Dockray Meadow Caravan Club Site

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Good for get away for peace and quiet in the country.

Peace and quiet in less busy part of Lake District. Good for walking and cycling and easy access to places by car for those less able to walk far. Good views of surrounding hills and reports of Red Squirrels visiting the site but not unfortunately during our recent visit end April 2017.

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Good for get away for peace and quiet in the country.

Peace and quiet in less busy part of Lake District. Good for walking and cycling and easy access to places by car for those less able to walk far. Good views of surrounding hills and reports of Red Squirrels visiting the site but not unfortunately during our recent visit end April 2017.

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Good for get away for peace and quiet in the country.

Peace and quiet in less busy part of Lake District. Good for walking and cycling and easy access to places by car for those less able to walk far. Good views of surrounding hills and reports of Red Squirrels visiting the site but not unfortunately during our recent visit end April 2017.

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Good for get away for peace and quiet in the country.

Peace and quiet in less busy part of Lake District. Good for walking and cycling and easy access to places by car for those less able to walk far. Good views of surrounding hills and reports of Red Squirrels visiting the site but not unfortunately during our recent visit end April 2017.

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Do you want a place to get away from the busyness of life?

Do you want to enjoy the Lake district without the crowds? If you do then this little gem of a site nestled in just above Ennerdale water with easy access to the hills and coast provides you with just that. With St Bees 20 minutes away you can enjoy a cliff top walk or ice-cream, or want up England's tallest single drop waterfall, Storm Force, starting in Buttermere 30 minutes away. May be you want to visit the Blakeley stone circle and catch a glimpse of the wild horses. Or perhaps you were looking for the peace and tranquility provided by wild Ennerdale with it native forests, ancient long houses and crystal clear waters of Liza and Smithy Beck. Dockray Meadow Caravan Club Site is small, very friendly and perfectly positioned to start your break. My family and I were very happy to spend the time there.
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Easter 2017

Lovely site, very quiet and relaxing. Vast majority of pitches require leveling in both directions so plenty of chucks/blocks required. Well situated for cyling and walking for couples and older families. The Cumbrian coast is pretty run down, not much to do there, you need to head into the lakes which is a decent drive to keep kids entertained. We had zero channels on the caravans status ariel, there are tv points on the hook ups, cables are £16 from the office, so either bring your own 20metre coaxial or be prepared to pay. I think the lack of tv should be better made aware of in the site description. Very well kept as all club sites are, excellent if you want to escape the hustle and bustle, better suited to adults.

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Helpful staff, lovely site

Loved our stay over easter, the site was full but still plenty of space on this peaceful site. Small site means little site traffic so the open spaces always feel safe for the kids. Staff were great. Will definitely be returning.
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Red Squirrels

Very Nice site, liked very much this area, Handy for Ennerdale and Cogra moss, One night stay in search of Red Squirrels, none seen on this visit, The the Red Squirrel feeders need to be kept topped up with Nuts, All empty at this time, (not good)
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Last week of the season

Booked DM site as all other Cumbria sites had been visited and we wanted to get a final trip in before DM closed for the season. Great reception and very accommodating with regards to our period of stay. Location great for exploring the Cumbrian coast and very close to the Western Lakes, which in Nov was very quiet. Would defiantly go again.

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NOT BEST FOR MOTORHOMES

Not the ideal site if you are driving a motorhome. Had to try 4 pitches to get a decent level as the pitches all seem to be out of level North/South as well as East/west. Maybe why there were only 2 motorhomes on the site with the other parked across the pitch and one side up on ramps. A twin axle caravan arriving just after we finely got settled seemed to have the same issue as he tried 3 pitches.
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