Category Archives: Nature

3 Reasons Why A Caravan Holiday is Good for Your Health

Around 6 years ago, UK residents took approximately 15.9 million camping and caravanning trips – of which a whopping 48% was spent in static caravans and 26% was spent in a touring caravan or motorhome, and that number is always … Continue reading

A Winter Escape to Lancashire

Winter is creeping upon us – the days are getting shorter and nights colder, so it’s the perfect time to start thinking about a winter escape away with the family. All of Britain is wonderful in winter, but we think … Continue reading

3 Reasons Why Your Children Will Benefit from Being in Nature

More and more children prefer to spend time indoors on the TV or with their video games than actually exploring their fenced-in yard, never mind the great outdoors! However, there are many studies (PDF) that point to the benefit of … Continue reading

Wildlife Spotlight: Red Fox

Whether you are city-born or a country dweller at heart, no doubt the wildlife that you can find in both habitats add a special something to your day. The twittering of the birds, shuffles in the undergrowth and splashes in … Continue reading

Why You Should Spend Time in the Great Outdoors

Take advantage of the outdoors and enjoy everything nature has to offer! From beautiful sights that you have to see to believe (and water activities your family can enjoy) to the health benefits that fresh air can give you, spending … Continue reading

The Benefits of Fresh Air

ur body relies on oxygen to function correctly every day – from thinking, to digesting, and to boosting your immune system, oxygen plays a great part in keeping you healthy. Fresh air provides you with plenty of oxygen, ensuring you … Continue reading

Top 5 Views You Must See – And Photograph

Old Hall Caravan Park is set in a prime location that is perfect to enjoy the breath-taking natural beauty of Cumbria and Lancashire. Our caravan park near the Lake District offers tourers a fantastic spot to park their caravan and … Continue reading