There are so many great reasons to get outside in the beautiful Lake District.
Improve your physical health, get active, feel more relaxed, enjoy magnificent views, and have lots of fun along the way. Low Wood Bay resort offers a wealth of outdoor activities right on the doorstep. There’s no reason to drive miles. We have lots to do right here at the resort.
So, park up, put on some comfortable outdoor kit and start your own outdoor adventure.
With easy access to Windermere, the longest lake in England, we have a wealth of water sports activities for all ages. Hire a boat to have your own Swallows and Amazons adventure, or take lessons in Canoeing or Kayaking, Sailing, Paddleboarding, or the adrenalin fuelled Fly boarding.
The advantage of having our own Cannon Jetty is that you can catch a Lake District Cruises boat trip to discover a wealth of attractions around the lake. If you’ve brought your own bike, there’s even a Bike Boat cruise that will broaden the scope of your cycle route.
Water skiing on Lake Windermere
View of hire boats on Lake Windermere
Paddle Boarding class on Lake Windermere
View from Loughrigg over a misty Windermere
Sunset over Lake Windermere
A sunset over a lakeside field in the lake district
Perhaps you need to find activities for children, or teenagers – there’s plenty to do that will persuade them to go screen-free for a few hours.
Here are a few suggestions to get your outdoor adventure started…
Canoeing at Low Wood Bay Watersports
Canoeing from Low Wood Bay is a great way to explore the lake. It allows you to be in the great outdoors, close to nature and seeing sights that road users rarely see. You can choose your pace – gentle paddling along the shore line is just great, but there’s plenty of scope to challenge yourself physically as well.
Ten Amazing Lake District Views
There are literally thousands of magnificent Lakeland views that we could show you, but we've had to narrow it down to ten. Here are our top picks to help you plan your Lake District break.