sites 4 canoes

Dec 30, 2005
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can anyone reccomend any sites with access to lakes or rivers nearby or on site, canoing & windsurfing being the main interrest. the lake district & north wales area. thanks.
 
May 12, 2005
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In Cumbria you have got several caravan club sites at or close to water sides :-

Low Manesty, in borrowdale edge of Derwent water

Braithwaite Fold, Bowness edge of Windermeer

Park Coppice, Coniston edge of Coniston water

Troutbeck head 2mls from Ulswater

Dockwray Meadow 3mls from Enerdale water

there are also numerous cl sites within easy reach of all the waters and meers.

If you havent allready I suggest you join the caravan club you wont regret it

TONY A.
 
Dec 2, 2005
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In Cumbria you have got several caravan club sites at or close to water sides :-

Low Manesty, in borrowdale edge of Derwent water

Braithwaite Fold, Bowness edge of Windermeer

Park Coppice, Coniston edge of Coniston water

Troutbeck head 2mls from Ulswater

Dockwray Meadow 3mls from Enerdale water

there are also numerous cl sites within easy reach of all the waters and meers.

If you havent allready I suggest you join the caravan club you wont regret it

TONY A.
you seem to know a lot about the lakes tony, have you had many encounters in the lakes and/or france. can you recommend any "canvas cafes" in cumbria. regards Barney
 
Dec 2, 2005
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i believe the story is many years old now and goes something like this, a drunken man from millom, called barney, was stood by the babbling brook late one night, when a local ghost by the name of "tacker" crept up behind him and (as we say here in cumbria)up the willies up him. the poor drunken millom man was so scared the next thing he realised was he was laying on his back in the babbling brook some distance from the bank, locals in the area now avoid the brook as it is haunted by "tacker the lord of munsterlund" and thats the story
 

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