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Holme Farm Camping, Sedbergh

Holme Farm Camping, Sedbergh The farmhouse and meadows are 80 metres above sea level with the pastures rising to 100 metres. Hill sheep grazing rights on Middleton Fell reach the dizzy heights of 300 metres. From this point the sheep and their shepherds can look down into nine different valleys or parishes: Dentdale, Garsdale, Cautley, Sedbergh, Howgill, Firbank, Marthwaite, Killington and Middleton.

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Address: Holme Farm Camping, Sedbergh, Cumbria, LA10 5ET
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Open for camping 1st March - 30th September

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Holme Farm Camping, Sedbergh

Holme Farm is a traditional dales working farm situated between the Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park in the Lune Valley. On the edge of the river Rawthey. The Farm is run by Chris and Laura.

Tents, campervans and caravans pitch on a flat, square camping field with a picnic area by the river. We have a limited amount of electric hook-ups but no hard stand. Fire pits are available to hire. Dogs to be kept on leads at all times.

There’s a basic ablutions block with a couple of showers, separate men’s and women’s toilets and a washing-up sink and drainer in a farm outbuilding, a short walk from the camping field.

The farm has a café, a children’s playground with swings and slides. Follow the 1.25 mile nature trail to discover more of the farm and its wildlife. You can paddle and fish in the River Rawthey or picnic on its banks.

A Roman road runs through the farmyard, and fords the River Rawthey. Close by are remains of an ancient stone age village. Nearby is an area of special wildlife interest including many types of orchid. There is a huge diversity of natural history on the farm itself, including foxes, badgers, herons, dippers, woodpeckers and oystercatchers.