THINGS TO DO NEAR
SLYNE CARAVAN PARK
The town of Morecambe is ideal for a sunny day out by the sea, with its arcades cafes and eateries overlooking the sea to the south Lakes hills.
Morecambe has an excellent golf course and plenty of places for sea fishing if you wish. You can also take boat rides along the beautiful Lancaster canal.
For retail therapy why not visit Lancaster again only a 5-minute drive and you are in the historic city of Lancaster with its many shops, bars and restaurants.
Lancaster is surrounded in history, with its many tales of old and the imposing Castle set on the hillside overlooking the city.
The village of Heysham is with easy reach of the park, nestling on the shores of Morecambe Bay, and from there you can get a ferry to the Isle of Man for a day trip or a longer stay.
Kirkby Lonsdale is a small market village with a weekly market held in the village square every Wednesday.
The village has many cafe’s and restaurant’s selling local produce.
Around the village, there are many country walks and picnic areas most set around the famous Devils Bride.
There is also plenty of countryside for you to enjoy and several local golf courses capable of testing any level of player.
A charming seaside village set on the edge of Morecambe Bay.
We have a great selection of caravans for sale in the North West in perfect distance to beautiful locations across Lancashire.
A small ancient village with grasslands, sandy beach and deep rock pools.
Heysham is the gateway to the Isle of Man, from here you can take a ferry over to the island taking approx 3.5 hrs to reach this beautiful island.
The Lake District has an abundance of historic homes and gardens, cultural attraction and family activities, you’re spoilt for choice. With it’s spectacular mountain scenery and vast lakes there is truly no were else in the country like the Lake District.
Lake cruises run daily on most of the larger Lakes, or try the Ullswater Steamer cruise.
For the more adventurous there are many hill walks, or even have a go at mountain climbing with many places having indoor climbing walls to give you the step up you need to start this great hobby.
In the seaside town of Morecambe, you can enjoy a coffee while admiring the view, on a clear day the view from the prom out over the bay to the Lakeland hills is magical.
You could combine shopping and sightseeing with a visit to The Festival Market, or take a leisurely stroll in Happy Mount Park, during the summer months the park is brought to life with brass band concerts by many of the area’s finest musicians.
Sea fishing is enjoyed by many along the newly refurbished stone jetty.
Whether you purchase one of our caravans for sale in Lancashire or you come for a visit there are endless places to keep you entertained during your stay.
Visit the historic city of Lancaster with it’s imposing castle overlooking the river Lune as it winds around the city. The castle is the home to the Duchy of Lancaster and has many tales of the famous Pendle Witch Trials.
In the city centre, you will find many shopping areas with both famous named stores and more local traditional shops, with a great many places to eat and drink.
Trough of Bowland
The Forest of Bowland is an outstanding area of natural beauty covering 312 sq miles, set in the Ribble Valley.
The stunning landscape has become an area of national importance because it’s unspoiled landscape, wildlife and heritage.
For caravans for sale in Lancashire close to stunning natural beauty, visit us today.
The area has become a magnet for many of our native species of bird and wildlife.
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