Five reasons to caravan in the Lake District

Photo of Keswick, Cumbria, in the Lake District

There are lots of reasons that make caravan holidays great, and many more reasons why the English Lake District will provide the perfect setting for your next caravan holiday.  We’ve tried to trim down all our reasons to our top five, so if you have any of your own reasons please be sure to let us know about them in our comments at the bottom of the article!

1. It’s excellent value for money

The Lake District is beautiful – from lush green fields to clear lakes and amazing views, you’re sure to find something you love about the lakes, and what’s even better, it’s beautiful for you wallet too!

2. It’s an enjoyable experience for everyone

The Lake District offers activities for all, from seasoned caravan holiday veterans through to Cumbrian first-timers – there’s something in the Lake District for all ages, adults and children, even the family pet!

3. It’s actually relaxing

Caravanning means if you don’t feel you want to dress up and get out into the local area, you don’t have to.  The British caravan holiday allows you to switch off completely, lock the door and pop on the kettle – immersing yourself in the tranquility of the Lake District.

4. It’s green all-round

Whilst relaxing and unwinding in the green hills of the Lake District, your decision to take the caravan holiday means you’re saving yourself from the stress of the airport, the air miles & air pollution.

5. It’s a holiday you’ll want to do again

The Lake District caravan community it built up of like-minded folk who enjoy the wonders that Cumbria has to offer.  What we hear the most, is the feeling that a caravan gives to their holiday; a comfortable feeling, home from home feeling, whilst allowing them to relax and explore the walks, views and attractions that are on offer.

What’re your favourite reasons for holidaying in the Lake District?  Maybe you want to share your views or expand on ours? Please let us know your reasons by adding them into our comments box below.

Feature image Copyright © Nick Thorne.