Greengill is a small campsite in an idyllic location in the Eden Valley with a panoramic view of Cross Fell and the Pennine range. It is sheltered but receives all day sunshine. Facilities include hot water washing up, hot shower and washbasin, fed by new boiler. Modern loo. Electric hook-ups, chemical waste disposal, fresh water. Laundry facilities. Secure bicycle lock up. Extra loos, washbasins and showers available in bunk barn to campers at busy times. New wider entrance for ease of access to larger vehicles.
Greengill is a certificated location of the Camping and Caravanning Club and can take five camper vans and caravans and up to twelve tents. It is mainly a Hideaway site for those who enjoy peace and quiet, but children and dogs are welcome too. The level grass site is bounded by the small Greengill Beck and visitors are welcome to sit in the neighbouring orchard, walk round the wild flower meadow, and play games on the mown grass.
Greengill Campsite is situated in a quiet location on the edge of the pretty village of Morland in Cumbria. It is an easy walk to the Mill Yard Café and Crown Inn in the village centre.
The neighbouring cottages and Bunk Barn can be used to accommodate non-campers in the group.
For tariffs and bookings, see Availability page.