A Dartmoor night navigation
Night navigation across open moorland can be enormous fun and very rewarding, but it is not something to be undertaken lightly. You should be confident with your navigation skills in daylight before heading out.
Wake up to clean air and stunning views at Castlerigg Hall. After a day of adventure, Castlerigg Hall Caravan, Camping and Glamping Park is a perfect holiday retreat to relax as you take in the splendour of the changing colours as the sunsets across the Western Fells.
Set in the heart of the Lake District National Park, a World Heritage Site, you can enjoy a quiet countryside location overlooking Derwentwater, yet still be only a 30-minute woodland walk into the bustling market town of Keswick with its wide range of eateries, shops, watersports, activities and attractions. Castlerigg Hall is perfectly situated to explore on foot the Lakeland fells and lakes and only a 30-minute walk to Castlerigg Stone Circle.
Accommodating touring caravans/motorhomes/camping, a wide range of glamping options and holiday caravans to hire, plus home to the unique Hex pods and Inspire Pods.Book Castlerigg Hall now
- Place for wildlife spotting: Great Wood
- Photo opportunity: Walla Crag Summit
- Wild swimming spots: Derwent Water, Blackmoss Pot
- Historical landmark: Castlerigg Stone Circle
- Attractions: Derwentwater for water activities, Honister Mine Via Ferrata, Go Ape /Mountain Biking, Whinlatter
- Food and drink: George Hotel, Morrels, Lingholm Kitchen
Ditch the car and explore the local area on foot or by bike. Discover Keswick and the surrounding area using OS Maps - find, follow and plot your own adventures. Check out the series of short ‘how to’ videos to help you get started.
Castlerigg Hall will provide your 1-month’s free subscription to OS Maps
If you've not received your free 1-month access code for OS Maps, please ask at Castlerigg Hall reception.
Plus, download the free GetOutside app for family-friendly things to do outside.Download free GetOutside app
We love green open fields. We love fantastic forests. We love beautiful lakes and wandering rivers. Basically, it’s safe to say we love the Great British countryside. There's a huge range of resources to help keep our beautiful natural environment protected while you enjoy everything we have here.Countryside Code Adventure Smart Activity advice in your region