When the time is right, 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 in the northwest corner of England, in the county of Cumbria. We've mountains, valleys, villages, towns, coastline and of course lakes! Check out our Maps page for more details.
More than 15 million people visit the the National Park each year. If you've never been, here's a guide to the main areas:
1. Explore Coniston Water - surrounded by mountains and woodland
2. Explore Derwentwater and Keswick - the nearest lake to the town of Keswick
3. Explore Grasmere and Rydal - and Rydal Water
4. Explore Langdale Valley - running west of Ambleside
5. Explore Northern Lakes - peaceful and beautiful
6. Explore Ullswater and Glenridding - dramatic views and great walking
7. Explore Wastwater and the West coast - See England's deepest lake and explore the western coastline
8. Explore Windermere and Ambleside - England's largest lake with bustling tourist towns Bowness and Ambleside
Remember, cafes and businesses are still closed and many public toilets are not open yet.
Find out about getting here and transport, driving and facilities once you've arrived in the Lake District.
Have a great day out at Brockhole! Explore 30 acres of stunning gardens, hire bikes for the family, enjoy lake Windermere by canoe, kayak or rowing boat and let the children blow off some steam on the adventure playground or Treetop Nets!Visit the Brockhole website
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