Fell Foot Park and Garden

(See also Newby Bridge)

Fell Foot Park by Barbara Ballard Fell Foot is an 18-acre restored Victorian park and garden under the auspices of the National Trust. Located at the southern end of Windermere Lake, it provides walks with views over the lake and a large grassy area for picnics.

A home was built here in 1800 but has long since disappeared. The boathouse (1860) still exists. In the spring daffodils and rhododendrons are on display. Oak and pine trees enhance the property.

Fell Foot Park By Barbara BallardLocated at Newby Bridge off A592
Tel. 015395 31273.
Email: rfftxp@smpt.ntrust.org.uk
Website: Fell Foot Park
Owned by National Trust
Open: park, year round, daily, 9am-5pm or dusk if earlier; café, April-end Oct, daily, 10am-5pm; rowboats for hire April-end Oct, daily, 11am-4pm
Adventure playground and trail

Note: Please check opening times and dates before visiting in case of changes.

Photos by Barbara Ballard

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