Autumn Breaks in Lancashire
Explore the best of Lancashire this autumn
In our opinion, autumn is one of the best times to enjoy a caravan holiday in Lancashire. It’s far less busy than the summer months and the scenery looks incredible as the trees turn orange and brown. Despite the cooler weather, there’s still so much to see and do in the local area. Plus, there are fantastic savings to be had as we switch to our low season tariff.
Autumn in Lancashire
Lancashire is a beautiful county with magnificent countryside and spectacular coastline. Autumn offers the chance to take in the changing scenery and admire the beautiful views for which our region is renowned. We highly recommend taking sometime to explore the Forest of Bowland during a holiday in October or November. You’ll be mesmerised by the pretty trees and the array of colours on display. Landscape photographers will have the opportunity to capture some spectacular sights. The clear skies common at this time of year lend themselves to stargazing in one of the acclaimed Dark Sky Discovery Sites.
On blustery days we love nothing more than heading to the coast for a bracing walk along the sands. With the wind in your hair and salty sea air, you’ll feel refreshed and relaxed during your break.
Dog friendly holidays
Autumn is an excellent time to visit our dog friendly holiday park with your four legged friend. The majority of restrictions are lifted from the end of September, so your canine companion can visit dog friendly beaches for a run off lead.
It’s also perfect for hiking or cycling along popular hiking trails such as the Lancashire Coastal Way. You’ll meet fewer people and they’ll be less disturbance, which means you’re more likely to catch a glimpse of some of the local wildlife.
During the autumn months you may be lucky enough to spot red deer or witness the spectacle that is starling murmuration at one of the county’s nature reserves. Back on site, keep your eyes peeled for red squirrels as you complete our nature trail or woodland walk. At this time of the year they’re busy foraging for nuts in preparation for the cold winter ahead.
Half-term holidays near Lancaster
October half-term falls in Autumn, meaning it’s a fantastic time to visit with kids. Younger members of the family will enjoy our fantastic facilities, which include two adventure play parks, a recreational field and even a coarse fishing lake.
Autumn caravan holiday
Of course, October and November bring slightly colder temperatures, but you’ll be warm and cosy in your caravan or motorhome. All of our pitches are fully serviced and come with water, drainage and electric hookup, so you can plug in your heating and enjoy a relaxing night in front of the TV.
If the weather takes a turn for the worse, there are plenty of rainy day activities within easy reach of the park. We also have a trust library on site with books and DVDs to borrow as well as a small shop supply an impressive selection of local produce to keep you stocked up on all of the essentials.
If your clothes get a little muddy, there’s no need to worry we have a laundrette with washing machines, tumble dryers and an iron and ironing board on site. Our amenities block is cleaned to a high standard, with lovely hot showers to warm you up before retiring to your van for the night.