This campsite is a huge grassy field without hookups, popular for tents, caravans and campers
Coniston Hall Campsite – pick your spot wherever you like!
There are some basic facilities available for washing up dishes and toilets/showers but the majority of the people have their own facilities. A few laundry machines are on site, operated by coins.
Coniston Hall Campsite: dishwashing
The huge green expanse offers a lot of space to roam around and nowhere will you have a congested feeling. The campsite is at walking distance from the local town for pubs and restaurants. Reception is friendly and multilingual, which is not the most common thing to find in England!
Coniston Hall Campsite: reception area/ entrance
Coniston Hall works on a first-come, first-serve base and takes no reservations. However, the site is quite big so they always try to accommodate you! There is no wifi on site, but a good 4G signal. There is a food truck serving pizza and in the morning there is one serving coffee and rolls and eggs. A local ice vendor passes by with “the best ice cream”… so everything is covered.
Coniston Hall Campsite
This is an active working farm with sheep and cattle. Occasionally the farmer has to collect a lost sheep or cow, roaming around the campsite.
Coniston Hall Campsite: an active working farm
At night the sheep flock returns to the barn, and campsite guests are treated to a free working dog show; a unique experience especially for families!
Coniston Hall Campsite – enjoy all the animals that are around
Coniston Hall Campsite is close to Tarn Hows, a National Trust Park along a beautiful lake
Coniston Water: adjacent to the site
Though Tarn Hows got hit by a severe storm a few years ago, nature is slowly recovering and it makes for a remarkable walk around the beautiful lake. This hike is suitable for all ages.
Coniston Water: ideal for kayaks and SUP