Easter Ennerdale Camp 2023
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Come and spend Easter with OutdoorLads at Ennerdale in the Lake District.
This page is for the camping option, but if you'd prefer the hostel option, follow this link - Easter Ennerdale Hostel
This idyllic Scout Campsite is next to the shore Ennerdale Water in a forested area with great facilities for both people attending for the hostel and campers. Ennerdale is also a dark sky area which means very little light pollution, in the past we’ve had some magical skies.
There will be a range of walks for different abilities with St Bee’s (start of the coast to coast) just a short drive away and from the campsite itself you can see some big named Lake District peaks including Great Gable, Pillar & Haystacks. There are more accessible (medium ability) walks which can be done from the campsite, aswell as a walk around the Ennerdale itself. Walks as ever will depend on the leaders attending.
I’m sure we can also have some fun activities away and have an Easter Egg hunt but with a twist!
In the evenings usually people stay around the pretty amazing campfire circle or there is access to the Chalet lounge (this will be limited for campers around dinner time and no access after 22:00).
This campsite is fairly remote with a pub around 20 minutes’ walk away and the closest shops around 15 minutes’ drive away. Mobile phone signal will depend on your carrier with some being good and some having nothing. There is no wifi in the building.
Want to go fully catered? Look at the meal plan for campers and forget bringing your stove and food - just your packed lunches will be required!
Dogs: Campsite users only - Dogs are permitted on site as long as they are well behaved, under control and any mess is cleared up. They are not permitted in the hostel.
Photos: By D Blackwell and used with permission.
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What to bring
Normal camping kit, if you aren't sure what is best drop me a message
Day Walk Kit List
• Rucksack (with a plastic liner bag or cover)
• Waterproof jacket and trousers
• Walking boots and socks
• Thermal base layer (synthetic fibres rather than cotton)
• Fleece mid layer
• Walking trousers
• Hat and gloves
• Lunch and drink
• Small torch
• Spare food
• Spare warm layer
• Sunglasses and sun cream (if that time of year!)
• Extra thermal leggings and top (synthetic fibres rather than cotton)
• Thermos flask
• Trekking poles
• Personal first aid and medication
• Money for a pub stop at the end of the day!
Food & drink
Nearest shop is a drive away so try and be as self sufficient as possible. Meals are not provided so you'll need to self cater.
You’ll need to bring lunch with you and snacks to keep the energy up. Don't forget to eat breakfast!! :)
Make sure you have plenty of water & fluids. A flask of something hot is always good on a cold day.
Good Mountain Foods
• Chocolate of course!
• Sunflower seas
• Nuts & dried fruit
• Energy bars (especially the ones with oats)