We look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Lake District. We are working with our local partners to put measures in place that will help keep people safe.
Our page lakedistrict.gov.uk/coronavirus has a message from our Chief Executive, how the latest coronavirus rules apply across the National Park, updates on our attractions and services, and how you can contact us.
The Lake District National Park is here for everyone to enjoy. No matter your background, abilitiy or needs. We want to help make everyone's visit to the Lake District enjoyable and memorable.
Cumbria Tourism have details of all types of accommodation, that you can search based on either the National Accessible Scheme criteria or self assessment information.
A collection of 48 easy-access routes across the Lake District. Suitable for those with limited mobility, wheelchairs, tampers, pushchairs or visual impairments.
They're also suitable for young children and legs that need a bit of care. The routes have no stiles to climb over, and are graded as suitable for some, many or all. The descriptions tell you the length, terrain and path type as well as facilities available en route or nearby.
We run three National Park Information Centres, with knowledgable local staff who can help you with advice on places to visit and the facilities you may need.
The Calvert Trust enable children, adults, families and groups with a range of disabilities to enjoy activities and holidays in the Lake District.
A huge range of activities are available, from boating and zip wiring to ghyll scrambling, horse riding and wheelchair challenge courses. Some at their centre near Keswick and many out in the inspiring Lake District landscape.
The Bendrigg Trust run activity days and residential courses for disabled and disadvantaged people. They have courses for organisations, schools and groups all year round, and offer set dates for families and adults with disabilities who want to come away for a fully inclusive week or weekend.
Bendrigg offer activities including climbing, caving, canoeing, cycling and zip wire, some at their centre, just outside Kendal, and many out in the beautiful landscapes of both the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks.
There are some locations where you can hire an all-terrain mobilty scooter or wheelchair.
The National Trust have a fully accessible changing room at Fell Foot park on the shore of Windermere, a popular spot for picnics and getting out on the water. They also have an all-terrain wheelchair to borrow.
We've cosy holiday cottages, quirky boutique hotels, friendly bed and breakfasts and luxury hotels.
Our commission helps keep the National Park special: Browse and book Lake District accommodation online