The farm’s camping site is located about 200m from the main farmhouse.

Settle in to Seatoller Farm Campsite and you can start on the scenery-seeing without so much as moving from the site, the views are stunning whichever way you turn, taking in vistas of the Borrowdale valley and the River Derwent.

At this back-to-basics site, there’s no Wi-Fi or phone signal (except Vodafone in Seatoller itself), so switch off and embrace the wild feel. When you roll up, there’s no reception, so pick out a pitch. Daniel comes around in the morning and evening to check on guests.


Fantastic views of the Borrowdale Valley
Peaceful location
Cash payment only
Washing up area
Flush toilets onsite
Hot showers up at the farm
Ice pack freezing available in ‘The Old Dairy house’ Next to the showers
Ice pack freezing available to drop off and collect within the shop opening hours
Dogs allowed
BBQ’s allowed IF OFF GRASS
Campfires allowed IF OFF GRASS
Max campervan length is 5m
Sorry we don’t accept Motorhomes or Caravans
NO electrical hookup points
Recycling available
Bus stop nearby
No same sex large groups
Arrivals after 2.30pm and before 9pm. Departure by 11am
Phone charging available at the shop within the shop opening hours. £2 per half hour

Every Saturday night (between 6pm and 8pm), freshly made, stone baked pizzas are sold up at the farm, five minutes’ walk away. Take it back to your tent or tuck in inside the seating barns. Tasty toppings include the site’s own Herdwick lamb, plus other locally sourced pork and chicken. Our Pizzas now need to be booked by 9pm on the Friday night, so please check out the pizza page on how to do this. Follow our Facebook page for information on any extra pop-up nights throughout the holidays. Also, up for grabs at the farm shop are pork sausages, bacon, and our own Herdwick lamb and mint burgers, plus, logs and kindling, and other essentials.

A nifty central location in the Lake District National Park means this site is well placed for lots of walks, including scrambling up Scafell, ticking off the Wainwright fells or a leisurely riverside ramble. Protected woodland runs along one side of the farm, with wildlife like bats, buzzards, woodpeckers and owls among the site’s frequent visitors.

The low-key facilities preserve the relaxed rural vibe – separate gents’ and ladies’ toilets are close to the pitches, as are washing-up facilities and drinking water taps; showers are a short walk away at the main farm building.

Campfires and barbecues are allowed here, but only if they’re kept off the grass (you’ll immediately be asked to put out any fires that burn the grass). There are a couple of pubs about a mile away for food and drinks, and Glaramara Hotel is a five minute walk away for drinks on the terrace with the best views. Along with The Yew Tree, situated in Seatoller itself, the newly reopened pub, established in 1628, is full of character and a warm welcome awaits.

The woodlands surrounding Seatoller Farm campsite are designated sites of special interest, SSSI and therefore are protected, cared for and managed with sensitivity, we ask campers not to remove standing or dead wood from the woodlands, as campsite fires are not permitted.
The campsite has excellent access to the local bus service that runs regularly from the farm during the season.

Bookings Only

Please follow the link above to book your pitch.
Non-bookings will be turned away due to a reduced capacity this year.
Adult £14.00
Children aged 3-11 £6.00
Infant aged 0-2 £3.00
Dogs £1 each per night
Duke of Edinburgh £7.00
Gazebo £10
Awning £8
Pup tent £6
Extra car £10


The campsite is NOT directly at the farm in Seatoller. PLease follow the directions below.

From Keswick, take the B5289 for roughly 8 miles.
Once you come through a small village called Rosthwaite you are roughly 1 mile away, keep on the same road.
You will pass a large hotel on your right, set back off the road called Glaramara, after you’ve passed there entrance you will come to a sharp bend with a black and white striped signpost, you will need to take the LEFT turn, signposted Seathwaite.
The campsite entrance is roughly 200m along this road. Keep a look out and drive carefully.

Please also see map below.