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Campsites North West England

Campsites North West England

You may be surprised at how much caravan and camping holidays in North West England have to offer. The region encompasses the five counties of Cheshire, Lancashire, Cumbia, Greater Manchester and Merseyside. Sandwiched between the Pennines and the Irish Sea, it packs in beaches, cities, peaks and dales which can all be enjoyed from some of the best camping and holiday parks in North West England. There's so much to see in the Cumbrian Lake District, it has its own special section here!

North West England beckons outdoor adventurers and culture vultureswith a wealth of fascinating history, museums, architecture, pretty villages, world-famous cities, scenic walks, lakes, hills and natural attractions,. Which area will you choose to visit first?

Camping in North West England

North West England campsites put you close to a host of significant cities such as Manchester, home of football and the arts; Liverpool, famous for the Beatles and Albert Dock; and Lancaster, Lancashire's historic county seat with its medieval castle. From the Roman city of Chester to the bright lights of Blackpool, there's something for every interest and age group.

Campsites and caravan parks in North West England can be found in some of the area's most stunning landscapes for enjoying scenic drives, pleasant walks, orienteering, fishing, climbing, sailing and kayaking. Shaped by the Industrial Revolution, North West attractions include grand estates, mills and warehouses that now accommodate museums, shops and caf├ęs. There's plenty to see and do close to camping and caravan parks in North West England, even on a rainy day!

Camping in Blackpool

Campsites in Blackpool put you within striking distance of Blackpool's flat sandy beach, Victorian promenade and the oldest pier in England.  It's a fantastic area for families caravanning in Blackpool with attractions such as the landmark tower, thrilling Pleasure Beach rides and world-famous illuminations each autumn. "The Lights" run from mid-August to early November and stretch for over six miles, using over a million coloured bulbs. Caravan sites in Blackpool are particularly popular during this season as visitors enjoy "the greatest free light show on earth". Walk, drive or ride an open-top tram to see this spectacular show while staying at one of the nearby North West England caravan sites. 

Glamping in Blackpool is always popular and Ream Hills Caravan Park offers some unique experiences such as sleeping in a helicopter! It is one of the most convenient caravan sites in Blackpool, just four miles from the attractions with touring pitches, lodges and a camping field.

Camping in Lancashire

Camping and holiday parks in Lancashire provide an excellent base for hiking, visiting National Trust homes and gardens and exploring quaint villages. Camping in the Forest of Bowland is a memorable delight and this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is said to be a favourite place of the Queen. Some of the top Lancashire campsites in the Forest of Bowland include Claylands Caravan Park, just off the M6 on the beautiful River Wye. 

Family-friendly caravan parks in Lancashire include Beacon Fell View Holiday Park on the southern edge of the Forest of Bowland, near Preston. It includes static caravans, evening entertainment and a swimming pool. 

Moss Wood Caravan Park is another hidden gem at Cockerham, midway between the Forest of Bowland and the coast. This well-managed park welcomes touring caravans and motorhomes and has electric hookup. Those looking for a glamping experience will love the self-contained Hideaways!

Camping in Cheshire

Cheshire is known as an upmarket county with beautiful black-and-white "magpie" architecture in towns such as Knutsford and Nantwich. Campsites in Cheshire put visitors within reach of many stately homes and gardens for pleasant days out. Walkers can stroll for miles along the canals, enjoying traffic-free countryside near Cheshire campsites and caravan parks. 

Chester, with its Roman amphitheatre, covered "Rows" architecture and walkable city walls, makes a fabulous destination for those staying on holiday parks in Cheshire. From canalside parks to family-friendly farms, caravan parks in Cheshire are ideal for rural retreats and cultural getaways within reach of country pubs and fine restaurants.

There's something for everyone in North West England, with caravan parks and campsites providing an excellent base for exploring this beautiful region in all seasons. Go visit soon!


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