There are two main options for camping – Ford Park and Priory View

Camping is available at Ford Park this year. All Festival venues are within a short distance –  a maximum of 10 minutes’ walk away.

Less than 10 minutes’ walk from the town centre, Ford Park offers a lovely, peaceful setting with on-site restaurant and kids play area. There are real toilets during the day and festival toilets overnight.

  • Barbecue area nearby.
  • Dogs welcome.
  • Parking is separate to the camping area.
  • Campers must leave the site on Sunday 14th July shortly after the end of the Festival.

The site is operated by Ford Park and Furness Tradition cannot be held responsible for any mishaps, damages or losses that may arise – either directly or indirectly – as a result of using this campsite.

Camping is available on Friday or Saturday night, or both nights. Tents £12pp for one night and £20pp for two nights. Caravans and motorhomes £15pp for one night and £26pp for both nights. Children under 5 are free. This includes a free cup of breakfast tea at the on-site Coach House Café and Bistro until 10am on Saturday and Sunday.

You can book camping here

The contact details are:

Ford Park Community Group
Ford Park
Cumbria, LA12 7JP

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A cheaper alternative is Priory View which is £15 per unit per night, but is about 1 mile from the town centre.

Priory View is a small campsite with basic but clean facilities. It has a 2 acre, level hardstanding site for 5 caravans or motorhomes and 10  tents or trailer tents. 9 hookups are available.

The address is:
Priory View
Cumbria LA12 9EQ

Tel 01229 480068

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There is also Bardsea Leisure Park, Priory Road, Ulverston, Cumbria LA12 9QE
Tel 01229 584712

There are many more camping and caravan sites a few miles outside of Ulverston.


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