What is life like on our Lancashire caravan parks?
Our customers say it better than we can…
Flint's is clean and tidy, and also very pet friendly. We love it here.Mr & Mrs Wigglesworth, Flint's Caravan Park
I've been here 10 years and love it. Friendly people and staff.Mr Cropley, Flint's Caravan Park
I have been on Flint's for 10 years and loved every minute of it.Mrs Wilson, Flint's Caravan Park
Love it, like it. Owners very relaxed. Still very happy after 9 years on here.Mrs Reed, Flint's Caravan Park
We are very happy at Midwood. The staff are very helpful and the location is lovely.Mrs Shaw, Midwood Caravan Park
All the staff and residents are nice and friendly. It is very quiet and my dog loves it.Mrs Grimshaw, Midwood Caravan Park
We love it over here. Plenty of room between caravans and a nice friendly atmosphere.Mr & Mrs Haslem, Midwood Caravan Park
We instantly fell in love with the caravan. The location is ideal for the beach and Lytham.Mrs Jones, Seaview Caravan Park
It's great here. We travel every week from Bradford for the peace and quiet.Mr & Mrs Fielding, Seaview Caravan Park
A well maintained park and staff are so friendly. We made a good decision coming here.Mr & Mrs Isaacs, Seaview Caravan Park
With the beach nearby and the lovely warm atmosphere. Life on Seaview is great.Mrs Anderson, Seaview Caravan Park
Within easy reach of the bustling Lancashire seaside towns of Cleveleys and Fleetwood, where there's shopping and attractions aplenty. This caravan park is set in a quiet rural area of Thornton and is also a great location for visits to Blackpool.
Lytham St Annes is world famous for the illustrious golf tournaments it hosts. However there is much more to see and do in this beautiful corner of Lancashire. Quaint cafés, great restaurants, delis and boutiques are just a few of its many charms.
Set in the amongst the stunning natural beauty of the traditional Lancashire village of Pilling, this caravan park is in close proximity to the Pilling Sands and Morecambe Bay. Just a little further afield are the contrasting delights of the Forest of Bowland, Garstang and Knott End on Sea.