Group Activities in the Lake District
In the beautiful countryside you will find the Lake District, full of incredible lakes and equally adrenaline packed and relaxed weekends.
Surround yourself with breath-taking views and amazing nature as you head up North to the Lake District. Escape from reality for a weekend and enjoy a relaxed or adrenaline fuelled experience with your group. No matter what occasion you are planning or celebrating you will be able to make it an experience to remember up in the Lakes.
We would imagine girls swapping their heels for walking boots in order to take in everything that this beautiful destination has to offer. And of course the lads will be jumping into a crazy adventurous experience.
Make your trip one to remember with a variety of different group activities in the Lake District for you to get involved with. Whether you want a classic experience or you want to make the most of what this region has to offer you will be able to make the best memories.
Top 10 Group Activities in the Lake District
There are so many pubs in and around the Lakes you won’t find it hard doing a pub crawl as you complete this treasure hunt.
An adrenaline packed activity that will have you climbing and jumping into pools around the Keswick area.
Live life in the fast lane in an experience that all your group will love, it’s the perfect way to test your driving skills.
4. Crafty Activities
Sometimes relaxing and getting creative is the best kind of day you can have, with a variety of creative activities available.
A classic activity that everybody loves being a part of, no matter what the occasion this experience is fun and memorable.
If you aren’t good at making decisions then this is the way to go, add different activities into one epic day!
Make it an experience to remember as you learn to kayak in the beautiful locations in and around the Lake District.
Similar to the classic go karting, but on an outdoor dirt track with multiple races for more white-knuckle fun!
Bring your adrenaline fuelled friends and get ready for an experience that is perfect for the Lake District.
Relax, sit back and enjoy some tea and cakes in a beautiful environment with all your friends.
Birthday Activity Ideas for Adults
When we say out group activities in the Lake District can accommodate anyone and anything we really mean it. Which is why when it comes to your birthday activity ideas for adults you will be able to figure out exactly what you want down to the very last detail.
Whether it’s 18th birthday party ideas you need or 40th birthday party ideas, we can cater for all especially in the Lake District. Surprising to most, the Lake District can do relaxing, wild and adventurous birthdays, whatever you want you will be able to do.
From classic drinking activities like cocktail making to creative experiences like bunting making and flower crown making. When it comes to the nightlife you will be able to find something suited to your group whatever age and size.
Ladies Night Out
Don’t end your day after your group activities, carry it on into the evening and enjoy a drink or two. A ladies’ night out in the Lake District will actually provide you with an experience in itself. The most popular areas being Keswich, Penrith, Cockermouth and Kendal.
You don’t need an excuse to enjoy a night out with the girls, especially if you have gone away for the weekend it would make sense to go to one of the Lake Districts many pubs and bars and enjoy a drink or two.
In fact, the Lake District can provide you with quite a pub crawl, there are hundreds of pubs waiting for you to explore. Why not incorporate the smartphone pub treasure hunt into the evening and really make it an experience to remember?
Fun Work Social Event Ideas
Whether you’re wanting to take your team up to the Lakes for a fun work social or you want some fun work social event ideas for after work in the Lake District we can cater for all. With some amazing pubs around the area you will be able to easily find somewhere for an after work drink.
Or equally as popular, all of the adrenaline and action filled activities we offer could provide your team with an incredibly fun experience. So whether you are after letting your hair down after work or taking your team out of the city and into a more rural, picturesque setting you will find the perfect additions for both.
The Lake District is especially good for bringing or introducing a new team to one another and breaking the ice with group activities that require a little bit of trust!
Reasons to Visit
Perfect for All Ages – With over 15 million visitors every year, it’s safe to say this area is extremely popular and offers experiences for all ages.
Beautiful Scenery – It’s obvious why the Lake District is so popular, everywhere you look you will be able to find beautiful scenery whether it be some mountains or lakes.
Pet-Friendly – Good news if you want to take your four-legged friends on a trip with you as there are a huge list of places to go and stay that will happily accommodate pets.
Great All Year Round – No matter what season you go to the Lake District you will have an incredible time as it is equally as beautiful in the summer as it is in the winter.
UNESCO World Heritage Site – The Lake District had become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017 and has joined the list of outstanding locations like the Grand Canyon!
Free Things to Do in the Lake District
During your time in the Lake District you will probably want to do a thing or two that doesn’t break the bank right?
Walking is extremely popular reason as to why people head over to the Lakes, due to its fantastic mountains and trails that you can use.
Grizedale Forest is a scenic and well-loved forest that is perfect for hiking and mountain biking along with having an outdoor art museum full of numerous sculptures.
The Hoad Monument is great to visit if you want to see the memorial that was built to honour Sir John Barrow.
Lake District National Park can provide an experience in itself, whether you are just driving by, taking in the views or enjoying a picnic.
Getting Around the Lake District
Car or rail are probably your best option when heading up to the Lakes, but once your there unlike most, public transport could become quite an issue. We suggest walking around your local area or hiring a bike and if you are planning to go further afield then using a car would be your best bet!