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Avon Wood

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This small quiet park offers you the perfect setting for a peaceful and secluded holiday.
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Bassenthwaite Lakeside Lodges is part of our Wanderwood Lodge Holidays Collection, nestling on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake at the foot of dramatic Skiddaw Mountain.
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Blaithwaite Estate is a new edition to our specialist Wanderwood collection, based on a private estate of 250 acres within the heart of Cumbria and just a short distance to the Lake District National Park.
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Allithwaite has a great local pub serving good food and local ales which is located just 150 yards from the entrance to the park. It also has a small village shop and post office.
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Calthwaite Hall is uniquely set on the footprint of the barns used for a historic dairy farm and accompanying country house and gardens, this truly magical setting mixes historic country living with contemporary sophistication.
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4.6

Crake Valley

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Crake Valley is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, enjoying a beautiful, elevated setting above Coniston Water and commanding views of the Old Man of Coniston and the lush surrounding fells.
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Situated in Cheshire’s largest area of woodland, Delamere Lake Sailing and Holiday Park is a natural haven of tranquillity and wildlife set around a 120-acre lake in the midst of the Cheshire Plain and moments from the renowned Delamere Forest.
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Nestled at the foot of the beautiful Dovestone Reservoir, Dovestone Holiday Park borders the Peak District National Park and is just 3 miles from the Pennine Way, offering that quintessential relaxing break.
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Situated in the lovely setting of Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria, Fallbarrow Holiday Park offers a unique blend of tranquility and activity, making it an ideal destination for those looking to explore the Lake District.
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Fell End is a stunning, award-winning park that is located in an Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty in the southern Lake District.
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Set in beautifully landscaped grounds and surrounded by peaceful countryside, this park offers a haven of rural tranquility just two miles from historic Chester.
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Flusco Wood

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Flusco Wood is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, nestling in beautiful woodland just 4½ miles from magnificent Ullswater.
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Hall More

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For those wishing to escape from it all and enjoy a quiet and peaceful break, then Hall More is the perfect location.
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The park is located in Bassenthwaite, Keswick, which is a small Lakeland village that has been voted the most peaceful place in the UK for staycations.
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Hillcroft Park is set in the beautiful Ullswater Valley in the Lake District National Park, sitting above the pretty lakeside village of Pooley Bridge and Lake Ullswater, a 5-minute walk from the park.
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north-west-england Park & Visitor Guide

Welcome to the North West England! Where you can discover the serenity of the Lake District to the buzz of the cities of Liverpool and Manchester. This region is famous for its natural beauty, and historical landmarks and has some fantastic holiday parks too. Wandering through the historic Chester Rows, marvelling at timber-framed houses, or diving into the bustling city life where the soundtrack of England's greatest pop groups fills the air. From the peaks of England’s only mountain range to the golden beaches of Blackpool, this is a perfect destination for your next family holiday.

Pools, shops and everything on site

Choosing a holiday park break means having a mini-village at your fingertips. Families love the convenience of on-site amenities like pools, shops, and entertainment venues, making it a stress-free option compared to traditional hotel stays.

The self-catering aspect is a real money saver, allowing you to pack your car with all the essentials and even some luxuries from home. Most parks feature both indoor and outdoor pools, ensuring fun swimming activities regardless of the weather, alongside evening entertainment suitable for all family members.

Stuff Your Kids Will Love

North West England is a paradise for kids, with a plethora of activities designed to thrill and engage young minds. Holiday parks in this region are geared towards family fun, offering everything from adventure playgrounds to kids' clubs.

For a unique experience, visit The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction (LA23 3BX), where stories come to life, or Blackpool Pleasure Beach (FY4 1EZ) for adrenaline-pumping rides. These breaks are ideal for kids as they provide the freedom to play and explore in a safe environment, with the added convenience for parents of packing everything into the car, and avoiding the hassle of airports.

Taking your Pet?

North West England is incredibly pet-friendly. You'll find several pubs and restaurants that are happy to host pets. Look for accommodation with enclosed gardens to keep pets safe and so you don't have to watch them every second. One of the best locations for a pet-friendly holiday in the North West is easily the Lake District with its stunning views and excellent walking trails with space for pets to roam.

Family Days Out

Activity Price Guide (£) Postcode
Lake District Wildlife Park 8-12 CA12 4RD
Blackpool Pleasure Beach 20-40 FY4 1EZ
The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction 7-11 LA23 3BX
Windermere Lake Cruises 10-25 LA23 3HQ
Brockhole on Windermere Free - Activity costs vary LA23 1LJ
Morecambe Bay Free LA4 4BU
Lancaster Castle 8-9 LA1 1YJ
Rufford Old Hall Free - National Trust L40 1SG
Southport Pier Free PR8 1QX
Grizedale Forest Free - Activity costs vary LA22 0QJ

This guide to North West England's holiday parks is designed to help families make the most of their time in this beautiful, activity-rich region. From the convenience and variety of amenities available onsite at holiday parks to the plethora of child and pet-friendly activities in the surrounding areas, there’s something for everyone in this part of the UK. Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or a bit of both, North West England is a destination that won't disappoint.

Where to stay

Cheshire

Cheshire

Cheshire is a county brimming with charm, offering families a ton of activities ranging from the historical Chester Zoo (CH2 1EU) to the thrilling Gulliver's World theme park (WA5 9YZ). Cheshire cheese is a must-try, along with visiting local farmers' markets for fresh produce. Delamere Forest holiday park offers a fantastic base for family holidays, combining outdoor adventures with comfort. Annual events like the RHS Flower Show at Tatton Park highlight the county's love for gardening and outdoor beauty.

Cumbria

Cumbria

Home to the majestic Lake District National Park, this area is one of the best holiday spots for families seeking adventure and relaxation in a natural setting. Don't mind the the South Lakes Safari Zoo (LA12 0LU) and The World of Beatrix Potter (LA23 3BX), offering unique experiences that bring stories and animals to life. If you've got a sweet tooth, try the local Kendal Mint Cake, which you can grab in pretty much any shop there. As for holiday parks, Lakeland Holiday Park in Flookburgh provides an excellent family-friendly stay, with plenty of activities on-site. The Keswick Mountain Festival is an annual event where you try your hand at tons of great outdoor sports.

Peak District

Peak District

The Peaks ares renowned for breathtaking landscapes and outdoor activities, making it a perfect spot for families who love to get outside and explore. Activities like cycling on the Monsal Trail or exploring the caverns of Castleton give families a mix of adventure and history.  Rivendale Holiday Park offers a serene base from which to explore the vastness of the Peaks. The annual Buxton Festival is well worth a visit if it's on during your stay.

Lake District

Lake District

There's loads to do here and its such a striking area, no matter what time of year you visit. From boat trips on Lake Windermere to treetop treks at Brockhole on Windermere (LA23 1LJ), there's no shortage of activities for families. The area's culinary scene is highlighted by traditional Cumberland sausage and Grasmere Gingerbread. For accommodation, White Cross Bay Holiday Park offers lakeside lodging with activities for the whole family. The Lake District also hosts the Windermere Marathon, a scenic race that attracts runners from all over.

Keswick

Keswick

Offering families a mix of cultural and outdoor activities. The Puzzling Place (CA12 5DZ) and Derwent Pencil Museum (CA12 5NG) will keep kids happy for hours, while the surrounding fells are perfect for hiking. The town is known for its market and local crafts, and the nearby Whinlatter Forest Park offers mountain biking and adventure trails with beautiful views. Enjoy trying some of the local ales and hearty meals in cosy pubs. Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat is a top choice for families looking for a bit of luxury in a natural setting. Film buffs will enjoy annual Keswick Film Festival too.

Guests Ask

This is our first holiday park break, what should we expect?

Heading to a holiday park for the first time? You’re in for a treat! Expect a mix of homey comfort and lots of things to do on-site and near your accommodation. Choose from comfy static caravans, stylish lodges, or even pitching a tent if you’re up for it. Think playgrounds for the little ones, pools to splash around in, and loads of entertainment options. It’s kind of like being in a little village where everyone’s there to have a good time. You can kick back and soak up the peace or fill your days with activities. It’s all up to you!

What should I pack?

For families with kids or a baby, pack the essentials: nappies, wipes, and baby food if you're not buying on-site. Don't forget swim gear for the pool, comfortable walking shoes, raincoats, and layers - the weather can be unpredictable. Also, bring board games or a deck of cards for cosy evenings in.

Where do you park?

Most holiday parks offer ample parking close to your accommodation. Some might offer a dedicated spot for your unit, while others have communal parking areas. It's usually free, but check with your park just in case.

Do we need to pack food?

Holiday parks are generally self-catered so you'll need to either pack your own food or visit a supermarket when you arrive.

Is North West England a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Yes! It's quieter, and you'll often find great deals on accommodations. Plus, the scenery in places like the Lake District is stunning in autumn and winter. Many parks offer indoor activities, and there's something magical about the coast in the off-season.

What is included in the price?

This varies by park, but generally, you get your accommodation, access to park facilities like pools and playgrounds, and sometimes entertainment. Utilities like gas and electricity are usually included, but check if there are extra charges for things like WiFi or gym access.

Are pets allowed?

In most parks, yes. There might be small extra charges, and you'll need to keep them on leads in communal areas. Always check the park's policy first.