The Lake District is now cautiously re-opening as many attractions, restaurants, pubs and overnight accommodation reopened on 4th July. The Lake District National Park Authority have been updating their guidance which is worth a read if you're thinking of coming this way. You can find their page here and it's been revised pretty much every day.
Some key points to bear in mind:
Although most have now re-opened some car parks and toilets are still closed. You can check the status of car parks on their dedicated Car Park Status page.
If you're going for a walk, then bear in mind that many paths are near to farmers and local people's homes and their families and they need to be kept safe so please observe the new temporary signage. Some alternative permitted paths have been made available to maintain social distancing and protect residents and local communities. If you see a sign for a permitted path, please follow the way markers along the temporary route. Maintain social distance and hand wash or sanitise after touching any shared surfaces such as gates and styles in line with government social distancing advice.
Many campsites are open from 4th July in a socially distanced way.
From 4th July you can travel to and stay in a holiday home.
In closing we should mention that if you are going walking then please be especially careful and walk within your limits as the mountain rescue teams do not want to be called out at the moment.
WalkLakes recognises that hill walking, or walking in the mountains, is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.