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Coniston, Cumbria, England, United Kingdom, LA21 8LA

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01539 441555 (09:00-18:00 daily)

Open from Jan to Dec

Imaginatively landscaped, Coniston Park Coppice Club Site in Coniston is set in 63 acres of beautiful National Trust woodland. With pitches grouped in open glades and easy access to the fun attractions of Coniston Water, the caravan park offers a scenic, peaceful base for an active holiday that will keep the whole family happy. The site accommodates its own mini adventure playground for children and additional activities within the area include cycling, rock climbing, guided pony treks around the fells and much more.

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Review by: maggielilly
Visit date: Jun 2019
Unit type: Campervan
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Great site with all facilities spotlessly clean and well maintained. Beautiful walk to Coniston village through fields with views of the lake. Would recommend Bluebird Café on the lake, dog friendly, beautiful views and good food for reasonable prices. There's also a good Indian restaurant (BYOB) in Coniston village (Sara's?). Site was busy the weekend we were there but we still managed to find a nice level spot.
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Review by: keithtrish
Visit date: May 2019
Unit type: Large Motorhome over 8m
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6.25
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Difficult one to review...... The location I believe is more suited to caravan owners where the car can be used to view a wider area of the Lakes. The site itself is spread over a large area with just about every pitch in trees, and the majority are not flat, so ramps definately required. There are many walks in the area but most will be challenging, other than walking into Coniston or Torver. We spent 6 nights here in May and it was too long for us. I would visit again but only for 2 or 3 nights. As all CMC sites found the facilities good and staff welcoming, friendly and helpful.
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Review by: kenreay
Visit date: Jan 2019
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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This is a large site, but, in January, only partially open, and, it was definitely not crowded. Usual CAMC standard of facilities, however the layout of the site means it is more informal than most CAMC sites, with pitches mostly grouped in small clearings in the trees. For those who need it O2 and 3 good signal. Some EHU bollards have TV points. Approximately 1 mile walk to village, mostly along traffic free path. Several pubs with meals nearby (1 mile). A "winter discount" meant £16/night.
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Review by: kiteman
Visit date: Dec 2018
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Typical CAMC facilities, which could not be faulted in the slightest.
The need for ramps and/or levels appears to be needed here so make sure you have them packed.
The walk to Torver is quite non descript so unless you need to do it I would not bother.

The walk into Coniston via the lake is much much better one...............but the walk back via the road is in the dark so take torches.

Be warned that the route to and from the site, even though on A roads, are quite tight.
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Review by: sibantam
Visit date: Jul 2018
Unit type: American RV
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I’ve just spent two nights at the Coniston Park Coppice club site and disappointed would be an understatement to be honest.I booked it after reading reviews online that rave about it and can only assume that these were written by people who enjoy car parks. You could be absolutely anywhere because every single pitch I saw is surrounded by trees (yes I know it’s called coppice but come on) and no grass anywhere.
All I can say is that I’m glad I’d only booked for two nights.
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Review by: lainey54
Visit date: May 2018
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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8.5
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Well spaced pitches dotted amongst the trees. We were down the bottom near the lake . We walked to coniston by the lake and also heading out from the top of the site through an old railway line. Lovely views. Site has good facilities and a shop if you need a paper etc. As others said last bit of road quite narrow need to take care .
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Review by: Wanderwell124
Visit date: May 2018
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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4.75
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The location for walking is very good, easy walk into Coniston along the lake or into Torver where there are 2 good pubs, both dog friendly.
Personally I dont like this site, the pitches are all hard grey dolomite/slate, not very level and surronded by trees. Its very shady and dark.
Some of the pitches are on their own which is nice as others are in cul de sacs and a bit close together. When you arrive you are asked to drive around and choose a pitch, they give you a map.
There are plenty of showers and MH service points.
Would we stay here again....probably not, no view from your pitch and too many trees blocking the daylight.
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Review by: smcgirr
Visit date: Apr 2018
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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9.75
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A fabulous site in a great location. Stayed here last week (April 18) when the weather was great so we were able to walk into Coniston by the lake side walk. The site is quiet, clean and the pitches are well spaced apart. We could have been there on our own it was that quiet and peaceful. Only complaint is that we could stay longer. Beware though that either of the 2 approach roads from the south are very narrow in places and not for the faint hearted.
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Review by: ozzo
Visit date: Feb 2018
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Love this place. A regular for us as its easy to get to but also great facilities. Brilliant for anything outdoors with good access to Coniston water and town itself.
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Review by: malhilton
Visit date: Nov 2017
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9.25
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Excellent woodland site. Facilities are immaculate. Hardstanding pitches. Good 4G mobile reception and satellite from some pitches. Great walk into village and beyond. Great for dog owners.
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Review by: lynnkell46
Visit date: Oct 2017
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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9.25
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Fab site, great location for walking, also short walk into Coniston. Toilets/Showers are immaculate. Would definitely recommend.
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Review by: dollydaydream84
Visit date: May 2017
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8.5
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Large site with several amenity blocks around. 40 minute walk to Coniston, easiest and safest way is down through the site and along the lake shore. Some pitches sloping so may need levelling blocks but lots of level pitches available, wardens willing to advise. In amongst woodland, felt as though we were wild camping with some other vans. Small play areas for children. Good amount of space between pitches.
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Review by: ptorbet
Visit date: Mar 2017
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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8.5
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Lovely tree surrounded site. Lots of pitches. Good facilities as ever with CMC. 40 min brisk walk into the town where there are plenty of pubs and little individual shops, petrol station and food store. Beautiful view of Coniston Water and the mountains. Highly recommended
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Review by: jeffery525
Visit date: Oct 2016
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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10
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This is my favourite Caravan Club site. I go several times a year. There is fishing down at the lake. Plenty of walking, ideal if you have a dog. There is a very good chip shop in the village, Petrol Station with a Spar Shop for your forgotten items. Good food at the pub on the left hand side in the village itself. The site is ideal for days out to Ulverston and exploring the surrounding areas. It is open all year round, the toilets and showers are the Cleanest I have ever seen on a Caravan Site. There is also a Launderette adjacent to each toilet block. I normally stay for ten days at a time here. Each pitch has a TV Aerial Point.
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Review by: captgeoff
Visit date: May 2016
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
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7.75
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Very big site on National Trust land. We chose lower pitches y the lake, a long uphill walk to reception. Facilities up to the normal club standard. We arrived on a very wet day and the pitch was very wet, it drained very quickly when the rain stopped. Nice walk to the village from the lower gate. Village small but nice, the "Bluebird Cafe" at the waterside is very popular, we didn't eat, only had a coffee but their food has a good reputation.
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Review by: coffindodger1
Visit date: Nov 2015
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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7.75
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Been here quite a few times,mainly for the walking which cannot be beaten. The facilities are vgood and the drying room is ok. Coniston village is close by with plenty of shops & cafes.
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Review by: robmillward
Visit date: Sep 2015
Unit type: Medium Motorhome under 8m
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Great setting, some good sized pitches, woodland setting so some pitches are shaded, great for exploring the Lake District.
Well maintained.
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