Lake District bosses are preparing for the huge influx of visitors expected in the area.
The national park authority said as coronavirus lockdown measures begin to ease, it has been working with partners to make sure visitors are offered a warm welcome and that local communities are supported.
The SaferLakes.co.uk website, launched last year, has gone live again to allow people plan their day trip in advance by seeing what areas of the park are quietest.
Visitor welcome volunteers will be on hand to offer advice on local walks and facilities in key areas throughout the park.
Although lockdown restrictions were eased in England from Monday, overnight stays will not permitted until April 12.
Lake District National Park Authority chief executive, Richard Leafe said: “We know how important the Lake District is going to be in the coming months to help with people’s health and wellbeing.
“Our message is whether coming for the first or 50th time, is: plan ahead, try to discover somewhere that’s new to you and enjoy your time here, but please leave no trace.
“By working together and planning ahead for the return of more people coming to the county, we’re equipped for managing potential challenges while ensuring a warm welcome to new and returning visitors.
“This includes creating area-specific action plans to help manage issues experienced during summer 2020 such as local parking issues, fly-camping and anti-social activities.
“Our proactive approach ensures we can respond to the latest challenges and support communities, visitors, businesses and our vital local healthcare services.”
There are now more than 100 Safer Lakes volunteers patrolling the park every day, supporting the communities and working with police to report issues, and share information on which facilities are open, such as toilets and attractions.
Extra temporary car parks have been set up for 2021 in areas where there was a shortage of parking last year.