Bowland Bridge, South Lakes, Cumbria LA11 6NN
3pm Friday 2nd June – site opens and festival begins
Late evening Sunday 4th June – festival ends.
(Campsite opens 1pm on the Friday. Campers are welcome to a stay till Monday 5th June.)
The festival is for everyone! Adults, big kids and small kids. There’s lots for everyone.
Camping available from 1pm on Friday 2nd June until Monday 3rd June on site for a limited number of tents and vans.
Facilities: Showers, portable toilets, sinks and drinking water.
Parking: Reserved parking for campers only is in the same field as the camping area. You can choose to set up your tent in a spot close to (but not immediately next to) your car, or to borrow a wheelbarrow and make your way across the field.
There is space for some campervans, but sorry, no hook up. Entrance to parking and campsite is through a not-very-wide gap in the wall so sorry, no larger campervans, mobile homes or caravans. But there are plenty of nearby caravan sites: www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
Cash. There are NO cash points in the village.
Your wellies and wet weather clothing! This is the lake District after all…
A Torch. Evenings will be dark!
Instruments, songs & stories for sharing by the fire!
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome on the campsite and festival site.
For liftshares, try liftshare.com/uk
Nearest airport is Manchester. Regular trains available from the airport to Oxenholme Lake District.
Nearest train stations are Oxenholme Lake District, Kendal, Grange-over-Sands & Windermere. Taxis available from the stations to the site.
Lakeside Taxis: https://www.lakesidetaxis.co.uk / 015394 88888 / 01539 239239
There is no public transport available to or from Bowland Bridge itself.
Lots to choose from. Here are a few recommendations:
The Mason’s Arms, Bowland Bridge: www.masonsarmsstrawberrybank.co.uk/masons/
The Damson Dene Hotel: www.damsondene.co.uk
Camping & Caravan Club: www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk
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