Fell Foot is our primary watersport base and we love it because it has a lot of shelter, it's easy to get to, it's beautiful and has great facilities.
We look forward to meeting you there. Below you should find all of the essential information you need to successfully find us and have a great day. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.
Fell Foot is one mile North of Newby Bridge on the A592. Coming from Newby Bridge the park exit is reached first followed by the entrance approximately 500m further on.
The Postcode is LA12 8NN
If you are lost, late or having any problems call us on the duty phone (only operated when we are expecting clients) on 07452933763
We meet at the Active Base. There is very limited parking down there but the two blue badge spaces tend to be available.
When you enter the park, head into the main carpark unless using the disabled spaces and then wander over to find us under the tree in the Active Base (there is only one and it's obvious).
Bring your stuff for the day with you, there are lockers at the Active Base for anything you want to lock away - safe and dry.
Our hosts charge for parking - if you are a National Trust Member it’s free. We encourage people to actually park in the park rather than outside as they have invested huge efforts to make this a great community hub and we support them through parking and membership. Parking is £9 for all day.
We pay a fee for your use of the Active Base so you should not pay for Active Base bands if offered.
Cafe - Fell Foot has a lovely cafe if you fancy turing up early for a brew.
Off road wheelchair. Fell Foot has an off road wheel chair (see the picture) if you are counting on using it, contact us so we can pre book it.
Disabled access toilet - at the Active Base - brand new to modern standards.
Changing Place - behind the cafe - bring your own sling.
European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
Europe investing in rural areas
Anyone Can: Connecting Transport Hubs to Lake Shores - Accessible Canoeing
Purchase of an accessible powered support and rescue vessel, and a mobile fleet of canoes with trailer
It is part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
Supported by the Cumbria Fells and Dales Local Action Group