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Welcome To Riverside

Mr and Mrs J Bell

Tel :  01697 478571

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Caravan and Motorhome Club
Members Only
5 Outfits Only

Cherish the thought of being able to relax alongside a picturesque River-Bank, with associated natural wild life, within the bounds of a child and youth free environment, surrounded by peaceful, uncommercialised, Scenic Cumbrian Countryside, alongside the unique walking and cycling opportunities of the virtually undiscovered and unspoilt Northern fells and area, at the Northern tip of the Lake District National park.
If your fantasies do relate to the above description, then our small site, yet to be discovered by many, is probably the only secret little gem you'll ever need, to spend some serious chilled-out youth & child-free leisure time, during both the summer and winter months. More on our Web Site.

Facilities : Adults only, Electric hook up available, Easy access, Suitable for Caravans and Motorhomes, Hardstanding pitches, Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes, Scenic views, Toilet, Shower, Wifi, Dogs allowed, TV reception good, Commercial site adj (6 van).

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Open : All year

Pitch Fee : from £20

Reviews  ↓


What a lovely and well kept site and very nice owners, very quiet and easy access to the surrounding countryside , fuel and shops 10 minute drive away.Also sorts of wildlife including red squirrels. This is a site we will return to often.

Thank you for a lovely stay

Stayed here for 5 nights July 2017 very peaceful, well run site. We really enjoyed our stay here and our pitch was well suited for our twin axle with a lovely view of the river.

The primes

Loved this site bliss. We booked on this site over the Easter bank holiday until 20th April so 6 nights in all. A fantastic location and very well laid out site. The toilet and shower a little unusual but clean, warm and worked well. The area is outstanding we loved the common and to see the Fell ponies only ventured to the lakes once as so much to do all around us most of the time on the site there was only two vans and the smell of the wild garlic along the river bank was lovely. All in all outstanding, it would of been nice to meet the site warden just for a quick hello my only small gripe.

Peaceful retreat

We visited the start of August it was lovely and peaceful, we were advised the best way to pitch the caravan to get the best views. We had some lovely nearby walks. Shame not walking distance to a pub

Swallows and Amazons in 2016!

This is a really good place to stay! We had a wonderful holiday (despite awful weather). This CL is quaint, in a lovely location and so well cared for. We pitched close to a tree (already hung with bird feeders) and bought some feed. Imagine our joy when, next day we had over 15 different species of birds.... THEN a red squirrel adopted us! Unable to see us watching (literally 3 feet away behind our window) he/she? (not into sexting squirrels) ate all the peanuts and wanted more. (Video and pics available folks). The separate WC and shower huts are a revelation! I liken them to a 1940's Army Major's den. The wooden walls, books, pictures and all were so redolent of an age I thought long gone. The rivers - the site is at a confluence - were a wonderful to hear and lull us to sleep. Hence the Swallows and Amazons title. Highly recommended and no doubt why it was CL of the year! Go, go, go....

Directions : Leave M6 at junction 41 onto the B5305 signposted Wigton, in 7 miles turn left at signpost to Hesket Newmarket, in 2 miles in Millhouse turn left at the village hall. Site is on the right in 230 metres.