Lakeland Outdoor Club’s naturist site, is located near Millom on the West Cumbrian Coast. It has the Cumbrian fells as a backdrop, yet right next to a quiet beach.
The beach is a quiet, wide and open and sandy after a short stretch of pebbles. It is only a few yards from the site accessed by a gate from the camping area. The beach itself is not an officially designated as naturist, but we all use it with discretion. We ask members and visitors to take a towel or shorts to cover up if necessary.
Situated near the Lake District National Park, the secluded location gives it a relaxed, informal atmosphere, great for a quiet time camping or caravanning, or even a day’s visit.
The site is used by the Club for camping caravanning, and for day visitors. Being on a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), we are not allowed to install any facilities, and in a sense, it’s just a field used by naturists. The lack of facilities is not a problem though if you are prepared for it, we think it is a blessing in disguise. It keeps the costs down and better still for members, there is no need for ‘volunteers’ to carry out all that work necessary to keep the site maintained as in other landed clubs.
There is plenty of space and no trees to shade, so you can get full sun all day long. As the evening sun fades over Black Combe, after a hard day’s rest, we have had some spectacular sunsets over the Irish Sea.
Brian Delamere (Membership)
2 Daleview Gardens
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org Marion Kent (Secretary, General club enquiries)
Tel : 01484 863036