Why Visit the National Parks of the UK?
Thanks to the coronavirus, staycations are becoming more and more popular among families, couples and friends. But, if you’ve never travelled in the UK before, you may be wondering where you can go and what some of best locations are.
With many people heading to the UK’s many beach destinations, grab your walking boots instead and pack the car with all your essentials – the beautiful national parks that scatter the country are on the hot list for your staycation adventure holidays in the UK this year.
Ah, God’s country. It’s easy to see why so many people love visiting this vast expanse of greenery and rolling hills. Not just the home of the Yorkshire Three Peaks, the dales offer so much more.
If you’re a keen walker, it’s a must visit, and with ample routes to explore you’ll never be short of beautiful sights and sounds. You’ll also come across breath taking waterfalls such as Cotter Force and Aysgarth Falls to name a few, as well as multiple local independent cafes and eateries for you to fuel up along the way.
One of the most famous in the country, the Lake District is a firm favourite among many. Discover and explore England’s largest national park and the home of Scafell Pike, a World Heritage Site.
If you fancy making a weekend or extended stay of your visit, there are a number of both traditional and modern accommodation options. Whether you’re looking for a hotel or luxury cottage, there’s something to suit every personal taste.
If you’ve never been to the Peak District you’re in for a treat! Walk or cycle around the famous routes, get active and try one of the many activities on offer and spend some well deserved time taking in the outdoors.
This particular national park is ideal for all fitness levels and for those with limited mobility thanks to their “Miles without Stiles” campaign – so no matter your personal circumstances, the Peak District is perfect for all.
You’ll find Snowdonia on the west coast of Britain. It covers a whopping 823 square miles of diverse landscape and is the largest national park in Wales. Steeped in culture and local history, as well as number of picturesque villages and quaint eateries, it’s well worth a visit if you enjoy nature and the outdoors!
Popular for a number of activities such as cycling, climbing, water sports and more, you and your friends and family will never be short of things to do.
Head to one of the many national parks to escape on your staycation
Surrounded by nature and wildlife, with multiple trails to explore by foot or by bike, you’ll experience so many wonders when you visit one of the many national parks the UK has to offer. Whether you head to Scotland, Wales or England, there truly is something for everyone to enjoy.