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Shays Farm

Cheshire, England Show on map

  • Situated in a beautiful part of the Cheshire countryside
  • On the outskirts of Little Budworth village
  • Enjoy the picturesque woodlands and wildlife
  • Award winning touring and holiday home park
  • Nestled on the banks of the River Wenning
  • Fantastic range of activities to suit all
from £70.00 per night
from £108.00 per night
from £35.00 per night
from £32.00 per night
from £28.00 per night
from £99.00 per night
  • Amenities block with 5 star facilities includes under floor heating
  • Laundrette, children's playground and well stocked shop.
  • Award-winning family-run site with a reputation for excellence
from £33.00 per night
from £33.00 per night

Littlemere Lodges

Cumbria, England Show on map

  • Romantic Breaks in Lakeside Lodges
  • Explore Kendal & The Lake District
  • Escape The Crowds, Relax & Unwind
from £36.00 per night
from £36.00 per night
from £66.00 per night
  • On the southern outskirts of Freckleton, Lancashire
  • Less than a mile from the village centre
  • Shop located in the reception area with essentials available

Fell View Park

Lancashire, England Show on map

  • Near Kirkby Lonsdale, between The Lake District and Yorkshire Dales
  • Hot Tubs, wood burning stoves, King size bed, sleeps 2
  • Luxury Escape Pods

Hillcroft Park

Cumbria, England Show on map

  • Award-Winning & Family-Run Holiday Park
  • Situated in the Lake District National Park
  • Modern Facilities with a Personal Touch
from £107.00 per night
from £107.00 per night
from £77.00 per night
from £95.00 per night
from £109.00 per night
  • At the Heart of the Lake District National Park
  • Award-Winning & Family-Friendly Holiday Park
  • Top Quality Self-Catering Accommodations
from £135.00 per night
from £321.00 per night
from £110.00 per night
  • Family run touring park within easy reach of the Lake District
  • Riverside walks and woodland picnic area on the farm
  • Stretch of single bank salmon and trout fishing close to site

Willowbank Holiday Park

Lancashire, England Show on map

  • Relaxed family-run tree-lined touring park close to the Sefton coast
  • A five-minute drive to Formby beach; half an hour to Liverpool
  • Play area and dog walk area on site; great food pub 10 minutes' walk
from £2.00 per night
from £25.00 per night
from £29.00 per night

North West England

Camping in North West England is a real winner for hikers, beach lovers and those who want some cultural museums and city attractions too. This area of England stretches northwards along the coast from the Wirral to the Scottish borders. It incorporates Cheshire, Cumbria, Lancashire, Merseyside and Greater Manchester with something for all budgets and tastes.

You’ll find a host of farm campsites, glamping sites and serviced pitches for motorhomes and caravans close to some of the best attractions in North West England.

Campsites in the Lake District

Those who enjoy camping in scenic rural areas close to lakes, mountains and moorland can take their pick from beautiful campsites in the Lake District National Park and Cumbria. This area is particularly popular for camping in late spring and early autumn when nature puts on a splendid show of colour.

Campervans make a great way to explore this area of North West England, stopping overnight at campsites with serviced pitches and electric hook-ups.

The Lake District is a mecca for camping, hiking, fell walking and climbing. It also offers fishing, boating and watersports on 16 beautiful lakes and meres.

Plan a hike that includes a lakeside pub or restaurant for refreshments or visit one of the towns and villages and sample hearty North West England fare. The main towns are Ambleside, Kendal, Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere. Visit the NT-owned home of Beatrix Potter, visit local studios of potters and artists, ride the Ravenglass Steam Railway and explore Keswick Museum and the quirky Derwent Pencil Museum from your Lake District holiday park.

Lake District campsites are often on farms making them ideal for family staycations. Modern amenities, hot showers, play areas and walks from the door can be found on many caravan parks while glamping in yurts, shepherd’s huts and lodges with hot tubs offer unique accommodation in North West England with an added touch of luxury. Many campsites have their own onsite cafes and shops where you can buy hot pies, tasty sausages, sticky toffee pudding and Kendal mint cake - a Lake District speciality.

Camping in Cheshire and Lancashire

Cheshire campsites offer black-and-white timbered architecture in “Magpie” houses from the walled Roman city of Chester to the pretty mediaeval town of Northwich. Many are now managed by the National Trust, along with grand country homes and estates for country walks.

This area of North West England has many canals. Opt for a campsite near one of these peaceful waterways and enjoy traffic-free walks, nesting waterbirds, a host of wild flowers and the chance to see canal boats navigating the locks. You can even enjoy a boat trip as part of a fun weekend break.

Try glamping in the heart of the Cheshire Plain and visit Jodrell Bank Observatory. If you choose a lodge or glamping hut with a private hot tub, you’ll see plenty of stars on your North West England camping adventure.

For more lively activities, head to Southport Pleasureland or Blackpool Pleasure Beach for a day of rollercoaster rides. In late October, the Blackpool Illuminations are well worth visiting from your nearby campsite or holiday park in NW England.

Many well-located campsites welcome touring caravans with fully serviced pitches in the heart of the Cheshire countryside. If you want to arrive to a pre-erected tent, opt for a glamping staycation in a bell tent or yurt. There’s ample space for families and groups of up to six guests to enjoy beds with mattresses, kitchenettes with electric power and rugs on the floor.

Things to do in North West England

Luxury glamping and serviced caravan sites near Liverpool and Greater Manchester provide the perfect weekend base for museums and cultural attractions in all seasons. Top attractions to visit from your North West England campsite include the Royal Albert Dock and Beatles Story Museum and the Cavern Club in Liverpool. Take the kids to the seaside from Lancashire campsites and self-catering lodges near Blackpool and Southport.

Manchester’s Science and Industry Museum, Liverpool Cathedral, Chester Zoo, Lakeland Motor Museum, Blackpool Tower and Dunham Massey Hall show the broad diversity of things to do in North West England when you plan a weekend break or staycation.

Whether you fancy the natural beauty of the Lake District and the Pennines, historic cities, flat sandy beaches or exciting nightlife, you’ll find it all near well-appointed campsites in North West England.

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