By showing you the national parks that are easy to access by train, you can plan a trip well in advance, save plenty of money in fares by getting in there quickly and then breathe in all that beauty. Never get stuck in a traffic jam again and be in the know. Unlike the 93% the visitors who travel to the national parks by car.
England's largest national park, its lakes, tarns and peaks are a thing of poetry, art and music. There are several trains to the Lake District, with the historic wool town of Kendal a stunning starting point, although you can head to the heart of it all at Windermere station too. his historic station is Just a skimming stone’s throw from the famous lake’s shore. Interestingly, the station, built in 1846, was opposed by William Wordsworth.
A priceless rural refuge for anyone living in the busy south-east of England, this is one of the best national parks near London and, in fact, the nearest. The grassy-topped wave of hills are what give the park its name but there are also ancient woodlands, rivers and the white cliffs of the Sussex coast. Winchester and Lewes are the main gateways, with more regional starting points at Amberley in the Arun Valley, Southease in the Ouse Valley or Liss in Hampshire.