Lake District National Park
The Lake District National Park is a National Park in North West England. It includes all of the central Lake District. The town of Kendal, some coastal areas, and the Lakeland Peninsulas are outside the park boundary.
|Lake District National Park|
UNESCO World Heritage Site
|Location||United Kingdom (North West England)|
|Area||2,362 km2 (912 sq mi)|
|Established||9 May 1951|
|Governing body||Lake District National Park Authority|
|Criteria||Cultural: ii, v, vi|
|Inscription||2017 (41st Session)|
The area was made a national park on 9 May 1951.
It is the most visited national park in the United Kingdom with 16.4 million visitors per year and more than 24 million visitor-days per year.