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Side Farm Camp

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Lake District, United Kingdom.

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Tranquil and surrounded by breathtaking views overlooking Ullswater, this campsite is a mile from the nearest road so the only sounds you'll hear are fellow campers and the rural ambient bleating of sheep. This is camping for people who really like camping – groups must be OK'd before they arrive – and hillwalking in ideal surrounds: in this case Helvellyn, England's third highest peak, and Striding Edge. For a change of pace you can hire a bike or a boat and get up to other out-door-y antics.

Busy in bank holidays and not much for kids used to portable DVD players, a few hours of lovely entertainment awaits those taking the steamer from Ullswater to Howtown and walking back.

Written by  Camper Dan Jackson.

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