Fell End Caravan Park
- 015395 62122
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- 01524 784784
Fell End Caravan Park is an award-winning caravan site in the Arnside and Silverdale 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' in the South Lakes - the ideal base for visiting the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and Morecambe Bay. Whether you own a caravan holiday home at Fell End, stay in one of our holiday caravans for a short break, bring your own caravan or motorhome, or even camp in one of our camping pods or your tent, we're sure you'll have a wonderful time here!
5 Pre Loved caravans, £12 995 each
Including 2011 Site Fees and 4 Leisure Memberships
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Children's play area
- 80 Electric hook-ups
- 3 Sanitary block(s)
- Take away food
- Designated / private parking
- Visitor parking
- Wireless internet
- Chemical disposal point
- Washing up facilities
- Club house
Camping Pods available from £25 per night
Indoor Swimming Pool
Indoor Children's Play Area
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Windermere, Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District are all within twenty minutes drive.
South Lakes Wild Animal Park
World Of Beatrix Potter
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Boat launch
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Water Sports
- Internet Access
- Leisure Centre
Fell End Caravan Park ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (3.0/5.0)
Hard to judge it at its best since it rained all the while we were there and felt damp, but that was probably our location. Here is what we were able to determine.
Pitches were of a good size, seemed to be quiet a few seasonal tourers as they looked like they had been there a while and not used. We got a decent pitch close to water and not too far from the facilities - tip,.... we showered in the pool changing rooms and these were warm and the water was hot and it just felt cleaner, despite my comment below (next)
Pool clean, changing rooms not very clean, with water all over the floor and hairs in the drains, no sign of anyone attempting to keep the changing rooms clean.
Lady on desk (Margret) very helpful as was John (maintenance). The 'clubhouse' was reasonable.
Don't bother with the wifi I paid £11 for 3 days and it was unusable, also electric (which has to be bought) did flick off now and again. TV reception is non existent so you can borrow a cable from recepotion for a £5 refundable deposit.
Could do with some patio heaters outside as although their was an outside area (no dogs allowed in clubhouse) it was freezing, a couple of patio heaters would have made a difference.
This was our first touring stay, we visited the nearby CC site at Meathop and got a completely difference feel. Also some people need to teach their kids how to behave, but I guess it depends on your own standards....
Following our visit to Fell End last weekend we were unhappy so we approached Pure Leisure/Fell End via their Head office and asked them to look into our problem. this they did and indeed I had 2 phone calls within 48 hours and after constructive phone conversations, a mutually agreeable solution was achieved. I have now deleted my original post about Fell End and see the matter as closed: August in 2012
Nice park but don't go at a busy time:
1. Electricity supply geared to 'average' use so when it is busy the supply is topped up by a very noisy generator
2. Same story with the bins. They are emptied once a week but when the park is busy they overflow long before they are emptied
3. The usual 2 for £10 food offer suddenyly becomes 2 for £14
I don't know how people can say a bad word about fell end. It is modern clean welcoming with extremely friendly staff who really get to know you and always say hello.The new lesuire centere is very modern with a clean hygenic pool and steam room and the shoers and changing rooms are always clean and never dirty. The arcade is full of fun games to keep you and the kids occupied.I also highly reccomnd the resteraunt where they serve high quality delicous food and drink for a reasonable price.All the people at the site seem friendly and caring and also welcome all new peolple to come and visit them whenever they want. Overall fell end is a top notch caravan site where I faruntee you will thoroghly enjoy your sta.I wish fell end every success and would like to thank them for giving me a holiday I will never forget !!!: May in 2012
Not visited for a few years so what a surprise to see the super new club house - pool, gym (avoided that), bar and good home cooked food. Site is just as we remembered and has great wardens John & Avril. Even helped when car battery was flat! Our touring days are over but we will crtainly be back again to stay in the same caravan. Well done Fell End!: April in 2012
Fantastic Park! The staff were very helpful & polite. The new Clubhouse has a super restaurant (good value for money), the swimming pool kept the children occupied for hours - as did the softplay area. All in all we had a great Easter Holiday - Thank you!: April in 2012
this site is being neglected by the owners. They have recently purchased another site in the Lune valley and staff have advised me that resourcers are prioritised to that site.
The toilet block at the top of the site should be condemmed, its always dirty, there are tiles missing off the walls which I know have been missing since january. The handle falls off one of the showers. The ladies cysterns leaks, as advised by a member of staff. Even woodland patch the has a ladder step between two levels has two steps missing( I reported this in November and it has still not been fixed.
The recent new center with canteen (chosen that word carefully) and swimming pool would suit a school better. The place is not welcomimg and sound very noisy even with a few people in as it is all hard echoing surfaces. The beer is poor and overpriced. the swiiming pool was meant to have a jacussi and other facilities but have never been developed and a shower in the pool area does not work with a notice asking people not to use it. The Wi-fi that was in the new complex does not work anymore and when asked when it would the answer was "we don't know". the power supply to the site is insufficient, so that when the site is full (Easter) the water supply cut off four times as the pump could not cope. The "cable" TV is a freeview service which occasionally does not work, again worse when site busy.
This site seems to be all about sqeezing every last penny from it rather than providing a good service to its customers so they will come back.
Parked car & caravan near to reception... all looked welcoming... nice wooded area. Collected details from reception... looked like a nice swimming pool, bar etc... new smart building. Was looking forward to our 3 night stay. Drove round to area for tourers... all concrete & shale, no grass in sight. We parked up in our space opposite the toilet block & shook our heads in disappointment. We were tired from our journey & decided to set up quickly & go out for a meal. Could not put our awning up, as we only had pegs fit for grass. Whilst setting up, a young boy banged a stick on what sounded like a bin lid for half an hour... a nice welcome. We came back a couple of hours later & couldn't believe that they had squeezed a large mobile home onto the end of the row & nobody could get out. Surely this is a health & safety issue. Groups of people were sitting drinking & having a good time. We watched a movie, then went to bed, with the noise of people going past our van (on the shale) to the toilet. At 12.15am one couple started to have a very loud argument... this was the last straw. The next morning we went on a search for an alternative site. After 3 hours or so of looking, we came across Black Beck caravan park, what a blessing. We went back to what felt like a car park at Fell End, hitched up the caravan & left asap.: June in 2011
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