Family Holiday Parks in Lancashire
From the seaside town of Morecambe to Ribble Valley; caravan holidays in Lancashire have so much to offer. Whether you want fun on the beach, long walks, historic attractions or wildlife parks - you’ll find it all here. And if you can’t choose between the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales or the stunning Lake District, with Lancashire holidays, you’re perfectly positioned to visit both of these fantastic National Parks.
2 of our holiday parks are located close to Morecambe Bay and our third holiday park is located in the beautiful Ribble Valley. So whether you’re after a caravan or lodge holiday, or want to own your own holiday home in Lancashire, we’ve got everything you need.
Caravan Holidays in Lancashire
To experience caravan holidays in Lancashire, look no further than Regent Bay, Ocean Edge and Todber Valley. You’ll find a wide range of caravan breaks on offer, with your choice of countryside or coastal locations.
We've invested £838,000 improving our Lancashire parks for 2019
including a refurbished bar and restaurant at Todber Valley and new playground equipment.
Our Holiday Parks in Lancashire
Rain or shine, the kids will be happy with an outdoor playground and indoor soft play
Relax on the sun terrace; it’s the perfect spot for dining outdoors
Feel your cares drift away as you unwind in the heated indoor pool and sauna
This park offers:
Head for the hills
Discover scenic walks and stunning views in the heart of the Ribble Valley
Enjoy a meal with friends and family in the on-park restaurant
Unwind with a drink
Find the perfect end to the day at the Steamer Inn and beer garden
This park offers:
Lancashire Holiday Reviews
Louise - Ocean Edge
Melanie - Ocean Edge
Michael - Regent Bay
Barbara - Regent Bay
Diana - Todber Valley
What's On Park in Lancashire
5 Things To Make Your Trip Memorable
Relax in style as you enjoy a cruise on the Lancaster Canal. It’s the perfect way to take in the views of Lancashire from a different angle.
Bring history back to life with a visit to Lancaster Castle. With its keep, gatehouse and witches’ tour, this stunning attraction is packed with fascinating stories.
After a morning of sandcastles and kite flying on the beach, enjoy a seaside stroll along the promenade. Then head to Morecambe Superbowl for family fun and games.
Step back in time and enter the world of the early 1600s as you uncover the true stories of the Pendle Witches with fascinating walking trails around Pendle Hill.
Discover 54 acres of attractive parkland at Williamson Park. There is something for everyone here with woodland walks, play areas for the kids, plus a butterfly house and tea room.