Cheshire has caravan sites of various sizes, all with amenities to meet your needs. The area is packed full of various locations to visit on your caravan holiday; you can do everything from walk through its diverse landscapes of moorland, woodland such as Delamere Forest and lowlands; to retail therapy, and even taking in a polo match or two.
You can go walking, cycling, riding and canoeing; you can even tour places such as Chester by canal boat along the Shropshire Union Canal whilst resting your legs and enjoying afternoon tea. River Cruises are also available to show you the sites of Cheshire; to enjoy this but from solid ground you can also take a bus tour.
Chester is also home to a Cathedral, the architecture and craftsmanship on show will take you back in time. The Paradise Mill Silk Museum in Macclesfield will also provide a time warp to those intrigued to see a snapshot of 1930s mills with its guided tours and demonstrations.
There are also numerous homes and gardens on offer such as Tatton Park Mansion offering another insight into historical architecture throughout the ages with many exhibits that will satisfy those caravanners who love a taste of history. For a different approach to a history lesson Chester has guided tours available as well as Roman Tours to learn more about its Roman Heritage. The Grosvenor Museum also brings insight into this period with its displays of natural history and art.
If Retail is more your thing you can leave your caravan park to find all of the major high street shops in the Grosvenor Shopping Centre, or for those caravanners who are bargain hunters a visit to the Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet should not be missed.