The Park enjoys a quiet, family orientated character set amongst ancient woodland providing shelter and a managed environment for wildlife. The conservation contribution that the Park has achieved, have brought a reward of Gold status under the David Bellamy Award scheme every year since 2000. The Park also continues to support a voluntary fund-raising scheme for other conservation projects in the Ullswater Valley through the Tourism and Conservation Partnership.
The Ullswater valley has a rich biodiversity of wildlife whose ancient woodlands and fells provide breeding habitats for some of our rarer species such as red deer, red squirrels and barnacle geese. There is a vast array of species that live within and around the Park itself including red squirrels.
We take pride in our Park and by preserving and enhancing the environment around us and communicating this message to our customers, engaging the sense of the community the Park offers. View our environmental policy here.
Help us protect the places you love to visit. We know you, and so many of our other guests, care about the beautiful places you love to visit here in Cumbria. We do too! And that’s why we’re proud to be a Visitor Giving business Donations from lovely people like you make a huge difference, helping nurture the magical landscapes and wildlife that make the Lake District so special.
This year the money you give will be supporting Penrith & District Red Squirrel Group. They’re working hard to protect this fluffy, much-loved but endangered creature. When you’re out and about see how many of these iconic little fellers you can spot!
To find out more visit: www.nurturelakeland.org/visitgiveproject
Nurture Lakeland is a part of Nurture Cumbria, a charity registered in England and Wales with the charity number 1130453 and company number 3317259.
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