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At 4 Winds Lakeland Tipis we offer a warm welcome to all our visitors staying at Low Wray campsite




Low Wray Campsite


Is a large campsite located in a beautifully rural and scenic area on Lake Windermere. During wet weather the access for wheelchair users is more challenging and ambulant visitors are advised to wear appropriate footwear. The campsite is owned by the National Trust and 4 Wind Lakeland Tipis are a tenant. The terrain across the whole campsite is varied and includes forested areas, open grass land and dirt tracks. The park does have level access roads to the reception and the lakeside areas. The reception, shop, and one of the children’s play areas have level access. The site has very little lighting in the hours of darkness.

Parking


Three parking areas are located next to the toilet and shower block. The car park consists of compacted earth and as a result there are no accessible parking bays. Two parking areas are on level ground and are approximately 200yds from the nearest tipi. The route to the tipis is on grass which is undulating with a steep incline on uneven ground.

Parking is also available approximately 100yrds from reception and 200yrds from the accessible toilet and shower facility.

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Pathways


The pathways leading to the tipi area consist of uneven compacted earth with small stones and rocks. The pathways become muddy in wet weather.

The Toilet Block


Is located close to the tipis. There is a 6 inch step to get into the toilet block. Once inside there are no accessible cubicles or showers for wheelchair users.

Accessible Toilet and Shower Facility


Low Wray campsite provides an accessible toilet and shower area. The facility is located approximately ½ a mile from the tipi site which is accessed over semi rough terrain and at night time no lighting is available on route.

The Tipis


Are accessed by an opening of approximately 3-4ft at the base tapering to 2ft at the top. There is also a deck of approximately 3 inches in height to access the tipi. Inside there is a level floor with a kitchen and cooker at approx 3.5 ft high. Beds are either a pull out futon or air mattresses at floor level.

Tipi Alternatives


The National Trust hires out ‘Camping Pods’ which are situated within easy access of the disabled facilities and there are also camping pitches very close to the facilities.

Future Plans


4 Winds Lakeland Tipis would love to be able to offer accessible tipi holidays for disabled people. At present due to circumstances beyond our control we have restricted access on site. Our aim is for us to provide an accessible tipi and facilities in the future at which point we will amend our access statement to reflect changes to our tipis.

Booking with Us


If you are a disabled person and/or you have any specific access requirements we strongly advise you contact us to discuss your access requirements so you can make an informed decision as to the suitability of the campsite and Tipis before you book.

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