There are few Lake District caravan sites with a location to rival Low Fell Gate Caravan Park. Nestled in amongst beautiful woodland and limestone outcrops, this friendly, family-run site is situated at the heart of the Lake District’s most desirable region, the picturesque South Lakes. On the outskirts of Grange-over-Sands and only 3 miles from Cartmel with breath-taking views across Morecambe Bay, Low Fell Gate Caravan Park provides a peaceful and tranquil retreat with easy access to Windermere, Kendal and the rest of the Lake District.
Low Fell Gate Caravan Park has 68 pitches spread throughout the site in areas designated for privately owned holiday homes. Owning your own caravan holiday home in the Lake District gives you a relaxing retreat which can be visited as often as you like for unlimited breaks.
All private pitches are located in two peaceful areas of the park, and there is no touring or camping on site. Cat Tree Bank houses 34 pitches, which have been positioned both for privacy and seclusion in a natural woodland setting with an additional 5 pitches at The Oaks which can accommodate the larger holiday home. Bay View houses 29 pitches, all of which have magnificent views of Morecambe Bay. All are fully serviced, with electricity, water and drainage, and come with private parking and either a patio garden or decking. We currently have pitch availability and new and pre-owned units for sale.
Development of the new lodge area of the site is now well under way. Please go to www.lowfellgate.co.uk to look at the site map, the ‘Touring & camping’ area marked in orange is where our fantastic new lodges will be housed. Each pitch has fantastic views over Morecambe Bay! You can also see a plan of the 15 new pitches along with stunning Pathfinder Lodges, nearly all of the lodges can be tailored to suit your needs from the kitchen to the cushions!
*Show lodge now ready to be viewed on site!*
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