The UK’s ten busiest national parks


Source: nationalparks.uk.gov

Source: nationalparks.uk.gov

Below is the list of the ten busiest (most visitors) national parks in the United Kingdom. This data would include national  parks in England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland (none currently designated there).

1.     Lake District (designated in 1951) – 14.8 million

2.     Yorkshire Dales (designated in 1954) – 9.5 million

3.     Peak District (designated in 1951) – 8.4 million

4.     Broads (designated in 1989) – 7.2 million

5.     North York Moors (designated in 1952) – 7.0 million

6.     Snowdonia (designated in 1951) – 4.27 million

7.     Pembrokeshire Coast (designated in 1952) – 4.2 million

8.     Brecon Beacons (designated in 1957) – 4.15 million

9.     Loch Lomond & the Tossachs (designated in 2002) – 4.0 million

10.  Dartmoor (designated in 1951) – 2.4 million

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4 Responses to The UK’s ten busiest national parks

  1. Rick Brady says:

    would have been helpful if names of parks were identified on the msp provided.

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