Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in Lancashire

Lancashire emerged as a key player during the industrial revolution, and is now easily accessible by the M6 making it an easy and central place for caravanners looking for a couple of days away.

With plenty to offer, Lancashire is a bustling and vibrant community. Make sure you take advantage of all the county has to offer. Seize the opportunity to visit Britain's number one tourist attraction, Blackpool Pleasure Beach - one of the top twenty most-visited amusement parks in the world. Follow in the footsteps of William Shakespeare, Charles Dickens and King James I who, at a banquet held in his honour, famously knighted a loin of beef ‘Sir Loin’ at Houghton Tower and view the Banqueting Hall, Staterooms, Underground Passages, Dungeons and Dolls’ House Collection. Sit through a sermon at Blackburn Cathedral, take the children to see Betty the Bow mouth Guitar Shark amid a variety of exotic fishes at Blackpool Sealife Centre or take a walk on the wild side with the animals at Blackpool Zoo. All become accessible from one of many caravan sites in the area.

Take a break from cooking on the camp stove and try the locally invented Lancashire hot pot, followed by a currant filled Eccles cake – or the more adventurous amongst you can go for a fruity Chorley cake. The keen walking campers and caravanners can also view all the county has to offer on a clear day by walking to the top of Rivington Pike – you could even take a picnic. Walk to the top of Pendle Hill or go cycling along Lancashire's canals. Lancashire also has its own version of a ghost trail - follow the route the Pendle Witches took through the Ribble Valley to Lancaster Castle where they stood trial, and whilst you’re walking though the quaint, picturesque villages, see and listen to the story of intrigue and witchcraft that is nearly 400 years old.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in Lancashire