England is one of those countries that must be visited at least once in a lifetime. It doesn’t only have beautiful cities with plenty of things to see and to do, but also some amazing national parks. We will show you above some of them so that you find easier to make a choice in case you plan a vacation close to nature.
Lake District National Park
This National Park is home to Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. Lake District is visited every year by more than 23-million visitors. It is a very popular region of this country due to the fact that it has plenty to offer. There are not only high mountains but 16 wonderful lakes as well, with several smaller tarns. Fishing, swimming, sailing, and canoeing are allowed here, which is a fantastic advantage for those who love this type of activities. We highly recommend you to climb, camp, and hike the Lake District in order to have a wonderful experience. If you like mountain biking then this national park also offers some excellent off-road routes. With all these interesting things to do here and the stunning views, there is no doubt that this place is loved not only by English people but by visitors all over the world. If you decide to come here, then keep in mind to take the camera with you in order to catch all the fantastic landscapes. Everything you will experience here will certainly be memorable.
Cairngorms National Park
This is the biggest national park in England. To the west, you will be impressed by the stunning Ben Nevis mountain where you can sky in the wintertime. The Cairngorms National Park has a large array of landscapes, including crystal clear lochs and rivers, castles and highland estates, and rugged moorland as well. Furthermore, there is also some of the most diverse wildlife in Great Britain. All in all, it is the perfect place to go with your entire family just to relax and spend quality time with them.
Dartmoor National Park
In Devon, England you will find this amazing national park which we strongly recommend you to visit with the entire family, especially if you love hiking. This is actually the only park in England that allows wild camping. It is also very close to Exeter and Plymouth. It takes less than an hour to get to these cities, where you can find great accommodation. Nearly half of this park is moorland.
Snowdonia National Park
Here you will have the chance to see the England and Wales’ highest mountain Snowdon. Besides the fact that you will be impressed by the views you will also have the opportunity to camp in the lovely village of Betws-y-Coed. More than this, if you are passionate about climbing you can climb Tryfan, which is one of the most famous peaks in Great Britain, and which is 918 meters high. You will not only see mountains here but amazing waterfalls as well, picturesque villages, steep river gorges, moorlands, and peatlands.