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Lake District

Fell Foot

Lakeshore park with stunning mountain views, Boathouse cafe, watersports hire and play area

Newby Bridge, Windermere, Cumbria, LA12 8NN

View of the Active Base and jetties from the lake, on an early morning in spring

Planning your visit

Fell Foot Park at the south end of Windermere, Cumbria, showing the National Trust boat hire business, tea shop and retail shop in restored boathouses built from local limestone.

What you need to know about visiting Fell Foot 

We can’t wait to welcome you to Fell Foot. Take a stroll around the grounds and meadow, have paddle on the lake, hire a boat or have a bite to eat in the café. Here’s all you need to know about visiting.

A man walking a dog at Fell Foot Park in Cumbria

Things to see and do in the park at Fell Foot 

Take a leisurely walk around the park and meadows and keep an eye out for wildlife including otters, warblers and geese. There's plenty of things to do at Fell Foot.

A family eating and drinking in the cafe at Fell Foot Park

Visiting Fell Foot with your dog 

Fell Foot is a three pawprint rated place. Find out all you need to know about exercising your four-legged friends around the parkland, Windermere’s lakeshore and the south meadow.

Kayaking on Lake Windermere at Fell Foot, Cumbria

Watersports & boat hire at Fell Foot 

Fell Foot is the perfect place to try out a new activity on Windermere, England's largest lake. With easy access to the water, the park is ideal for paddling, canoeing and boat hire. See what’s on offer.

A close-up of wild poppies and cornflowers in the meadow at Fell Foot, Cumbria

Upcoming events at Fell Foot 

Find out what's on at Fell Foot - including Parkrun, watersports activities, boat hire and summer holiday outdoor sports play...

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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