The Lake District is considerable in size. Therefore, anyone who is visiting the national park with a motor home can spend weeks in this part of the UK. To get the most out of a motor home holiday, the following spots are must-see travel sites.

Aira Force Waterfall

This National Trust spot is situated on the western side of Ullswater. Parking can easily be found in the Trust’s auto park, which is right off the A592. You only need to walk a short distance to reach the cascade. The waterfall, which is surrounded by an ancient forest, charmingly glistens and shines in the day’s light. Follow the river in the park for a healthy hike. The woodland that surrounds the walking path is one part of a historic arboretum, which was created back in the 1840s. It showcases 200+ specimens of confers from all over the world. A Sitka spruce in the Trust spot is one of the area’s natural, green “sky scrapers.”


Spanning from Ambleside to Newby Bridge, Windermere is the Lake District’s biggest lake and, therefore, a busy natural site. Take a boat trip around the lake and its charming isles. You can launch your journey at Bowness-On-Windermere, a small Lake District village, which is located close to Hilltop, Beatrix Potter’s former home. The historic and quaint cottage showcases the author’s life and love of wildlife. Trek to the western side of the lake over the trails of Claife Heights and the majestic grounds of Wray Castle. This is the part of the journey that offers more solitude and a reprieve from the tourist crowds.

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Rydal Water and Cave

To explore this spot, you first need to park your motor home at the White Moss auto park, located left on A591 (between Rydal and Grasmere.) At this spot, you will discover the details for variety of walks, some of which consist of flat landscapes whilst others scale heights. One of the lengthier journeys leads past a river and through the woods before heading uphill. When you finally exit the woodland, you will be greeted by an open fell. Walking a bit further will lead you to Rydal Cave. Many routes are available to walkers and hikers in this area, many which offer unforgettable views of the varying terrain.


Keswick is an active market-type town that became prosperous from the mining of graphite and slate. It sits between the quiet beauty of Derwentwater and the shadows of the Skiddaw hills. The town features a broad range of shopping and dining, including a regular Saturday market, which has been taking place since 1276. If you want to explore this spot at a slow and leisurely pace, wooden rowing boats are available for use for discovering the area.

Whilst in town, be sure to check out some of its unique museums. The Puzzling Place highlights exhibits that create optical illusions whilst the Pencil Museum in town holds an assortment of interesting pencils, including the largest pencil in the world and the world’s first pencil.

End Note

If you are looking at motor homes for a Lake District trip, you can find a wide assortment on the Internet. Look for a companies, such as Premier Motorhomes & Leisure online, that offer a variety of layouts and designs. Once you have your Lake District itinerary established, it will be easier to short-list your motor home choices and prepare for your holiday escape. The Lake District is a place that is both magical and enlightening. Take note of the above-mentioned sites. It will make planning a motor home adventure all the more exciting.