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Fell Foot Park, Newby Bridge

(4.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • If you're travelling from the south then this a great place to stop off and take a break. At the southern end of Lake Windermere it makes a very pleasant spot to have picnic before carrying on towards...  more »
  • We visit Fell Foot any opportunity we can. It is National Trust but you only pay for parking. It's a bit on the pricey side but well worth it. You can take your own bbq to have on the field or there a...  more »
  • This is a beautiful little place, perfect for the family. It's National Trust so make sure you have your sticker in the window for parking, and i expect in the holidays it will be packed so parking co...  more »
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  • A great spot to experience the Lake District in miniature. This park was once the garden to a large house which has since been demolished. Lawns, woodland, Victorian boat houses, lakeside access and a cafe.
  • Lovely walk & views of boat lake, meadow nearby, but they recommend dogs being on the lead due to live stock possibly being in the vicinity, Surprisingly seating is limited around park. There is a cafe but a picnic would be great. payable Car park available, National trust members have free entry if you have a pass.
  • This is a pleasant park located at the foot of lake Windermere. there are some nice walks starting from here and there's plenty to see watching the boats on the water. There is a barbecue area too. Parking is for National Trust members.
  • We went here in January to Launch canoes for a trip up the lake. It is a beautiful place. While we were there we saw that there is a park run there on Saturday morning too. Even in January there was a toilet open although most of the facilities were shut for the winter.
  • Park is brilliant, lovely walks and great views, later on in the year I bet it will be good when the wild flowers are out. Only downside was the cafe, not really a good standard