Caravan Park & Holiday Park in Morecambe

Lancashire is now on a very high alert Level Tier Three.


This now bans social mixing indoors and in private gardens.

You should avoid travelling outside of a high alert area, other than for work, education or for caring responsibilities.

Avoid staying overnight in other parts of the UK, except for work, education or caring responsibilities.
This includes second homes or staying with anyone you do not live with in other parts of the country.

We are within 15 minutes walking distance of Morecambe promenade. A frequent bus service is available to Morecambe and Lancaster which stops outside the gates of the Caravan Park. Our friendly reception is open to assist you from 9am to 5pm Monday to Saturday and 10.30am to 5pm on Sunday, closed for lunch 12.30 to 1.30.

Morecambe is a delightful holiday resort well known for its beautiful scenic views, sea birds and sandy beaches. Many attractions are available, Cinema, bingo, arcades and trampoline centre ‘Jump Rush’.
The lovely promenade and Stone Jetty, sailing and wind surfing on Morecambe Bay, sea and freshwater angling.
Morecambe has various entertainments throughout the summer season, the ‘Catch the Wind’ kite festival, Vintage by the Sea and not to be missed the Morecambe carnival.
Indoor swimming pools and keep fit centres are open to the public for the more energetic. For shoppers there is the Arndale shopping centre and 4 days a week the large covered Festival market. Happy Mount Park to the East end of the promenade is a delight with its gardens, children’s adventure area, splash pool and cafe, something for everyone.The Midland Hotel is a feature landmark on the promenade and well worth a visit, as is the famous Eric Morecambe statue.
Heysham Village is well worth a visit with its heritage centre, cafes with beautiful scenery around the historic St Peters Church and onto the barrows with the rock hewn graves and areas dating back to the 8th century.

The historic city of Lancaster with its Castle, Museums and a bustling shopping centre is easily accessible from Morecambe by car, train or bus as is Williamsons Park overlooking Lancaster with its Butterfly House, small animal park and magnificent panoramic views.

Further afield is the magnificent Lake District, ideal for a full day out with Lake Windermere and the bustling town of Bowness, Grasmere with its wealth of poetic history, Consiton, Rydal Water, Buttermere, and many more all with their own particular beauty. The Yorkshire Dales with their wild and contrasting views can be reached in a similar time to the Lakes approximately one hour.