Park Cliffe's environmental promise...
At Park Cliffe as part our environmental promise we are striving to reduce our environmental impact and incorporate more of our efforts into the daily running of our park. By making small changes every day and decreasing our human impact on the landscape around us we are helping to preserve our site for the future and maintaining the beautiful surroundings in the Lakes, ensuring that you can come back next year and many years to come.
Look at our Responsible Visitor Charter and find out how you can get involved with looking after our environment.
What we do:
We purchase our meat from Browns Quality Meats, Lindal in Furness (just 25 mins away), we only purchase local milk from Woodbine Dairies at Barrow which we sell in the shop and use in the restaurant.
In the bar we supply the ‘Lakes’ spirits – Vodka and the infamous Lakes Gin in all of its glory! We stock local (and great tasting!) beers and cask ale as well from Ulverston Ales which have proven popular, in particular ‘Flying Elephant’ and ‘Lonesome Pine’.
In our shop we sell lots of local produce from Romneys sweets and mint cake in Kendal, Lakeland Artisan at Staveley, local meat and milk and if you used to buy plastic cutlery from us you will have noticed that we now reusable sporks.
We publicise a variety of local public transport to help you get around if you’re without a car or want to leave the car here. For 2019 we are planning itineraries for car-free days out!
We are a member of the Lake District Foundation who help protect the Lake District and fund conservation, environmental and cultural heritage projects in the Lakes.
Pets are very welcome at Park Cliffe whether that just be dogs or the occasional rabbit we’ve seen over recent years! We also have brand new pet-friendly camping pods which have been highly requested.
We have purchased 2 electric vehicles for use around the park dramatically reducing the use of the park’s landrover.
We have a local bus which passes the bottom of our road below Park Cliffe which is accessible and very much in walking distance. This bus can take you to Bowness and Windermere. Bus changes allow you then to travel further field in the Lakes to Ambleside, Grasmere and Keswick– for more information please contact reception.
A popular day out is to take the bus to Ferry Nab in Bowness take the ferry across the lake to the opposite side and cycle down the West side of the Lake to Wray Castle.
We have sensory lighting in both the male and female bathrooms and hand dryers instead of hand towels. We also have LED lighting in the restaurant and the games room. We are moving to LED lighting throughout the facility buildings.
We have push button taps and showers to prevent taps and showers being left on or dripping. We also use water from the beck to flush the toilets in the facility block.
Each year we support a local charity through various fundraising initiatives all year round. Previous nominated charities have been Air Ambulance North West, Bay Search and Rescue and Fix the Fells.
Our current charities are Cumbria Wildlife Trust and S.E.E.D, support & education for eating disorders based in Preston.
In 2018 two members of staff in the bar & restaurant, Hannah and Courtney, ran the Liverpool half marathon for Breast Cancer Research.
Recent eco awards
Check out our Responsible Visitor Charter.
Before you arrive have a think about your travel arrangements, looking at local and national transport providers, at Traveline to make an informed choice of how you could arrive at our site, or how you could use public transport for your days out in the Lakes.
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