Dockray Meadow Caravan Club Site

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peace and quiet

If you want peace and quiet, a babbling brook, lovely scenery, and great walks this is the place to come.The relief warden was very pleasant on our visit.There is a shop across the road in the other caravan site which sells papers and groceries etc.Some of the pitches are tight to reverse into and some are slightly sloping but they just test your ability.Places to visit--Keswick,Cockermouth, Whitehaven marina area and St Bees on a sunny day.There is plenty of walking in the area and Cogra Moss is well worth a visit.
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Nice site

An enjoyable stay on a quiet and well situated site.  Welcomed by relief wardens who were delightful. Good walking and cycling from the site and decent pubs on the walks. Need good chocks as the site isn't overly level, but not a massive issue. I would certainly recommend it, just be careful on the surrounding roads, they're a bit tight.

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So quiet and peaceful.

A lovely well kept site run by friendly and efficient wardens. Great scenery surrounds the site and it's a great place for walking and cycling. There is great fly fishing just up the road at Cogra Moss reservoir if that's what your into (suited me perfectly). We've just returned from a week long break and despite rather inclement weather it hasn't put us off going back some time soon.

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excellent site

Excellent club site,the scenery is breathtaking,it is a well laid out site with a lovely stream running past and lots of wild life.The wardens were 1st class and very easy going.Perfect site to chill out. PS,take a tv coax with you just in case it rains and you can't venture out!!

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Tranquil

Lovely friendly wardens. Beautiful site with amazing views and lots of lovely walks. A lovely relaxing holiday our two boys 14 and 9 years loved it. Amazing Fell Walks if that's what you like. Sainsburys is 8 mile into Cockermouth which is very much worth a visit. We were fortunate enough to have fabulous weather so had bbq's instead of eating out. Will definitely be returning
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Great site

We had a great time staying at this site.The weather was fantastic.excellent walking area with fells within walking distance.The site was very tidy and peaceful I will definitely be returning
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Brilliant site.

This is a fantastic site a real gem, beautiful well laid out pitches. In the middle of no where the peaceful and tranquility of it is second to none. Truely brilliant site, only drawback is no toilet blocks but apart from that it's fantastic.
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Off the beaten track

Although this site is approximately 25 minutes beyond Keswick by car, it's seclusion and tranquillity repays many times over - quiet walks around Loweswater and Crummock Water may be accessed within 10 - 15 minutes in the car and strong walkers can find virtually unused tracks which give access to the NW Fells of the Lake District within a mile of the site. The site itself is a haven of bird life and its westerly, sheltered aspect mean that in many conditions sitting out with a cup of something listening to bird-song is a joy! Add to this the quiet efficiency and diligence of the present young wardens and you have a recipe for a wonderful holiday. However, if you want a busy site, full of 'young bucks' ready to demonstrate their latest 'outfit purchase' and to entertain you with stories of previous jaunts (escapades?) then look elsewhere. This location is for relaxing and enjoying the peace and solitude of Cumbria - the nearby coast is worthy of your time for investigation - you will be entranced by the cobbled streets of Silloth and the old harbour at Maryport. One of the Caravan Club's 'little gems'!

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Dockray Meadow

We enjoyed our stay on this beautiful little site. Don't normally visit sites without toilet blocks, but thought to try this site. We received very warm welcome to the site by the Wardens and their Jack Russell. The only downside was the fact that the power points could be positioned better, we had to encroach slightly onto our neighbours pitch, even though we did have a 25 meter cable it was a bit of a stretch, same with the tv cable too. The site could pose a problem with people that have larger caravans, or ones without motor movers, even cars were having to encroach onto other pitches or onto the grass areas in order to reverse on to their pitches, but this may be only a problem where we were. Great site, apart from the constraints of the area which the site is situated.
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