Holiday Parks in Lancashire

Lancashire holidays aren’t exclusively about fast and thrilling rides, bingo halls and live shows under the shadow cast by the iconic Blackpool Tower. The traditional Victorian seaside resort towns such as Blackpool, Morecombe and Fleetwood have their promenades, tram rides, mouth watering fish and chips and ice-creams for all the family. This wonderfully diverse county offers stunning scenery, including areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Forest of Bowland, perfect for long walks with your dog during the day and star gazing at night.

Visit the stunning Morecombe Bay with its large tidal range and marshlands which are a vital feeding area for many wading birds. Enjoy hilly walks with perfect far reaching views over the coast, woodlands and reservoirs at the summit of Nicky Nook Hill. Explore Gisburn Forest on a family friendly bike ride which benefits from amazing views of the forest wildlife and reservoirs. Or maybe a leisurely but equally peaceful canoe along the Lancaster Canal, known for its long stretch of canal without any locks and an abundance of wildlife. Take a tour and explore the many historic local market towns and villages such as Whalley with its 14th century Abbey and the impressive viaduct over the River Calder.

With so much to do in this most beautiful part of the UK it's no surprise that there are lots of excellent choices for people to visit and stay. Lancashire has a fantastic, long established tourism industry and you can view more information about holiday parks in Lancashire here. From the top caravan parks, to great places to stay for dog friendly holidays.

A Pier and Beach at Sunset in Lancashire