Lake District National Park

Local nameLake District National Park
LocationBorrowdale, UK

The Lake District National Park is a national park in North West England that includes all of the central Lake District, though the town of Kendal, some coastal areas, and the Lakeland Peninsulas are outside the park boundary.

The area was designated a national park on 9 May 1951. It retained its original boundaries until 2016 when it was extended by 3% in the direction of the Yorkshire Dales National Park to incorporate areas such as land of high landscape value in the Lune Valley.It is the most visited national park in the United Kingdom with 16.4 million visitors per year and more than 24 million visitor-days per year, the largest of the thirteen national parks in England and Wales, and the second largest in the UK after the Cairngorms National Park. Its aim is to protect the landscape by restricting unwelcome change by industry or commerce. Most of the land in the park is in private ownership, with about 55% registered as agricultural land. Landowners include:

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Opening hours

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_District_National_Park

Official website http://www.lakedistrict.gov.uk

Twitter https://twitter.com/lakedistrictnpa

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lakedistrictnationalpark

Email hq@lakedistrict.gov.uk

Phone +44 15 39 72 45 55

Address B5289, CA12 5, United Kingdom

Coordinates 54°31'6.859" N -3°8'51.917" E

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