Tree Top Nets

Tree Top Nets

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Extreme trampolining is available in the grounds of Brockhole, the Lake District National Park’s visitor centre. Tree Top Nets is akin to a high ropes course without the need for a harness. Bounce, crawl, and slide your way across a series of rope nets that are suspended 9-metres above the ground.

The entire course is fully enclosed in sturdy netting, ensuring that you are in no danger of falling off or out. There are tunnels to drop through, rope walkways to ascend, slides to descend, and vast trampoline areas with gym balls – all providing a fun and active way to spend a couple of hours.

Two-hour long sessions are available and advance booking is recommended.

Quick Facts

Address: Brockhole, Windermere, Lake District, LA23 1LJ

Telephone: 01539 447 186


Cost: Children 3-4 Years: £12, Children and Adults 5+: £17, Adults supervising under 7s: £12

Suitable For: Those age 3 and up with a moderate level of fitness


Trampolining is a great way of keeping fit and active, and Tree Top Nets combines this energetic sport with picturesque woodland. Children can bounce freely and safely whilst you watch from below (or join in the fun). Although Tree Top Nets is a separate company to the Lake District National Park Authority, there is nothing stopping you from combining your visit to this attraction with a wander around Brockhole, where Tree Top Nets is located. You will find plenty more for your children to do whilst here.

All safety equipment is provided, but you will need to wear sturdy shoes and long sleeve tops and trousers to prevent any skin abrasions from the ropes. Although the attraction is available for children aged 3 and up, some parents have found that their younger children were too afraid due to the high, open nature of the nets.

Getting There

Tree Top Nets is located within the Brockhole Visitor Centre operated by the Lake District National Park Authority. Parking is available at the centre, but spaces can be difficult to find during the school holidays. Parking starts at £3 for two hours, with the option to pay online after your visit. The attraction is clearly signposted from the car park.