Category Archives: What to Do

Beautiful Morecambe Sunset

Eden Project North and Why You Should Visit

The Eden Project North is set to revolutionise the landscape of Morecambe into a cultural centre for Cumbria. In this blog, we’re going to look at how far the Eden project has come, how much more is left until the … Continue reading

Murphy Wightman spaniel at Old Hall reception

Where to Eat with Your Dog in the Yorkshire Dales

When travelling with the family, you shouldn’t have to leave anyone behind – and we think that this includes your four-legged friends. With this guide, you can make a beeline straight to the best pup-friendly places in the Yorkshire Dales … Continue reading

Top 4 Garden Centres near Old Hall Caravan Park

There’s nothing like a trip to the garden centre to liven up your weekend, so in this blog, we’ll show you our top four, including how much time it takes to drive there from our caravan park in Lancashire, whether … Continue reading

The River Kent, Kendal, Cumbria, England, with the clocktower of the Town Hall in the background

Autumn Events in Lancashire and the Lakes

Here at Old Hall, we want you to be able to make the most of your stay in your holiday home before our yearly offseason when we briefly close the park to carry out necessary groundskeeping and training for our … Continue reading

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Best Museums in the Lake District

When holidaying anywhere in Britain, you need back-up for a rainy day, and often, this means going to a museum or two. If you have friends or family with you, you will want to be sure that you are visiting … Continue reading

Tasty afternoon tea

Afternoon Tea in the Lake District

There are plenty of places to enjoy afternoon tea in and around the Lake District, and in this article, we’re exploring some of the best places to visit when you’re travelling from our caravan park near the South Lakes. Booths … Continue reading

picnic bread croissant basket with fruit on red white cloth and vase flower with jar of orange juice

Spring Refresher Recipes – An Afternoon Tea Picnic

Nature is reaching its finest point at Old Hall Caravan Park near the Lake District, and what better way to enjoy this beautiful season than a homemade picnic? Here, we look at how to host the best spring picnic by … Continue reading

The fence line on the summit

Walking Off the Festive Period

The Christmas period was great, and while none of us could regret the rare extravagance of a good Christmas dinner, many of us approach January with the aim of dropping some Christmas weight. There are plenty of ways you might … Continue reading

Where to Go in North Lancashire on Bad Weather Days

The sun doesn’t always shine, so what should you do during your stay at our Carnforth caravan park when it’s just too windy and rainy to be outdoors? From soft play centres to museums and other historic attractions as well … Continue reading