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Lake District

Arnside and Silverdale

A place to explore miles of coastal countryside from clifftops to woodland and wildflower meadows.

near Arnside, Cumbria

View over Morecambe Bay estuary in the autumn. There is a tree on the left, and the sky is light blue and lilac.

Planning your visit

A walker on the clifftop at Arnside and Silverdale

Things to do at Arnside and Silverdale 

Explore Arnside and Silverdale in Cumbria, an area of national importance for wildlife such as wildflowers, butterflies, glow-worms and wood ants.

View of people's knees, who are sitting on a bench. They have brought their dog for a walk, and the dog, a brown and white border collie, is waiting next to the bench.

Visiting Arnside and Silverdale with your dog 

Find out about walking your dog at Arnside and Silverdale, from the facilities available to how you can help us to protect the local wildlife. Arnside and Silverdale is a two pawprint rated place. 

A volunteer ranger coppicing trees on the estate of Scotney Castle, Kent

Our work at Arnside and Silverdale 

Find out about the work that National Trust rangers and volunteers carry out throughout the year to maintain special place for wildlife and visitors alike.

A young child and her mother bending down to look at flowers in the Sunken Garden in May at Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland


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