Tag Archives: caravan parks in lancashire

Reasons to Love Caravan Holidays

When you think of going on holiday, you can make the common assumption of sun, sea, sand, and a destination abroad. However, you don’t need to get on a plane to enjoy a breakaway. Caravan holidays can be overlooked by … Continue reading

Haweswater - Lake District

5 Reasons to Visit UNESCO’s New World Heritage Site

In case you hadn’t already heard, the Lake District has recently been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it the first UK national park to be awarded the honour. This puts the national park alongside world heritage sites … 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

Keswick - Lake District

Get to Know the Lake District

The Lake District is one of the most famous parts of the country (and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site), but how well do you really know it? When you stay at Old Hall Caravan Park, you are in the … Continue reading

Top 5 Hiking Tips for Beginners That Will Make You a Pro

Our caravan park in Lancashire and near the Lake District is perfect for anyone who loves hiking, whether they’re beginners or not. After all, it’s not only the areas that surround our caravan park that offer great spots for hiking; its … Continue reading

Bird Bath

What to See and Do: Sizergh Castle

Our caravan park near the Lake District and holiday homes have the benefit of sitting in a fantastic location, surrounded by great natural beauty and exciting attractions. When you stay at our caravan park, you are spoilt for choice with things to … Continue reading

The Benefits of Owning Your Own Holiday Home

A home away from home is the perfect holiday opportunity! Escape the stresses of daily life – or simply choose to spend a few days in nature – by retreating to your very own holiday home in Lancashire. If you’re intending … Continue reading

Summertime Water Activities

The sun is shining, the birds are singing and you are contemplating how many barbeques are too many (obviously, you can never have too many barbeques, and Lancashire food is certainly something you should try).

What Are the Top Things to Do in Carnforth This Summer?

Carnforth is a small town located only 5 miles north of Lancaster and Morecambe, with a population of around 5,350. Due to the closeness of both the coast and the hills, Carnforth is a popular base for walkers and cyclists … Continue reading