Greengill Campsite is on the western end of Morland village, just beyond Greengill House, the last house on the road to Great Strickland. Being at the edge of the village, this small campsite is also beautifully quiet. The field is sheltered from the road by the orchard. Turn into the gate by the sign, through the cobbled courtyard. A notice board on the back of the first small building on the left tells you what to do if you are arriving for the first time.
Morland is 8 miles south-east of Penrith, 6 miles north-east of Shap and 7 miles north west of Appleby. It is an equidistant 25 miles from Kendal to the south, Keswick to the west, Carlisle to the north, and Alston to the east.
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