Fell Foot Park

Fell Foot – National Trust Park

Fell Foot – National Trust Park:

Fell Foot Park is a beautiful park on the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, England. It is owned and managed by the National Trust and is a popular destination for visitors of all ages.

The park has a long and fascinating history. It was originally a farm until 1784 when it was bought by Jeremiah Dixon, a wealthy merchant from Leeds. Dixon built a house on the estate and named it Fell Foot. He also planted many trees and shrubs in the park, including the iconic cedar tree that still stands today.

In 1925, Fell Foot was given to the National Trust and opened to the public. The park has since become one of the most popular attractions in the Lake District.

You will find a magnificent view up Windermere to the mountains of the central Lake District.

Fell Foot - National Trust Park

The walking is easy (and didisabled-friendly where you can hire a rowing boat at the far end of the park next to the boathouse café.

There’s also an adventure park for children.

Additionally, it is a great place to have a picnic.

Fell Foot - National Trust Park

Conclusion

Fell Foot Park is a beautiful and historic park that is perfect for a day out with family and friends. There is something for everyone to enjoy at the park, from walking and picnicking to boating and swimming

Fell Foot is 20 minutes away by car from Lothlorien Holiday Cottage in Grange-over-sands.

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