Fell View Park sits in the heart of The Lake District and The Yorkshire Dales . Situated just outside Kirkby Lonsdale, it is in an ideal location for exploring the many attractions of the area.
Kirkby Lonsdale is a very popular market town, and the home of Ruskins View, a scene made famous by the artist J M W Turner.
For those who like the outdoors, the Lakes and Dales have miles and miles of beautiful walking, suitable for all abilities, also The Howgill Fells and The Forest of Bowland are within a stones throw.
Ingleton is 10 minutes away, with the stunning waterfalls walk, and sits in the heart of the 3 peaks walk.
There are many places in the area for mountain biking, Gisburn Forest, Grizedale and Whinnlatter all within easy reach to name a few.
The Dales are renowned for their market towns, Hawes and Skipton are both well worth a visit.
If you like golf, there are 3 golf courses all within 15 minutes
Perfectly situated, with a host of things to do in the local area, whether you're a golfer, walker or enjoy a spot of fishing, or fancy going underground exploring the labyrinth of caves such as White Scar Caves and Ingleborough.
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If you enjoy fresh air and stretching your legs there are plenty of stunning locations within easy reach to satisfy your needs.
The historic market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is on your doorstep with its wide selection of pubs, cafes and high quality independent shops.
As you visit the Norman church of St Mary's you may find yourself walking in the footsteps of the famous artist "Turner," who captured the view of the Lune Valley from the far side of the churchyard now known as "Ruskins View".
The dales village of Ingleton offers you the chance to see the raw power of nature first hand as you explore the famous Ingleton Waterfalls Trail and see how the rivers Twiss and Doe have carved their way through the limestone landscape.