The Lake District Wildlife Park
Tel:- 01768 776239
- 25 acre Wildlife Park
- Just 10 minutes drive from Keswick on the A66
- Situated close to Bassenthwaite Lake
- Over 100 species
- Ring Tailed lemurs
- Northern European Lynx
- Lar Gibbon
- Grants Zebra
- Brazilian Tapir
- Reptile Encounter
- Bird of Prey Flying Displays
- Pets Corner including Hug a Bunny
- Rare breeds
The Lake District Wildlife Park is set in 25 acres of parkland, situated at the western end of Bassenthwaite Lake, approximately ten minutes drive from Keswick and a very scenic 50 minute drive from Ambleside.
Formerly known as Trotters World of Animals, the attraction started 20 years ago as a farm park with rare breeds and birds of prey. Over the years it has evolved into a conservation park with over 100 species.
The Grandad of the park is Brian the Lar Gibbon – he is the oldest in Europe and has pride of place in the centre of the park where he and his family can be seen swinging from the massive Oak tree.
- Free Parking
- Indoor and outdoor Childrens play area
- Picnic area
- Gift Shop