Todber is the ideal country retreat for your holiday home. If you just want to relax quietly and watch the world go by then this is the park for you! Todber overlooks Pendle Hill enjoying panoramic views across the Ribble Valley, Ingleborough, Penyghent and Wernside.
Todber is a lovely countryside park with a friendly atmosphere. The park is situated just a short drive away from the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, the Trough of Bowland, Gisburn Forest and the historic market town of Skipton. Harrogate and Lancaster are also easily accessible. If you need some retail therapy, ‘Boundary Mill’ factory outlet and ‘Winfields Camping and Outdoor Megastore’ are almost on the doorstep. Nearby villages have market days, antique shops and craft fairs for you to enjoy.
There really is something for the whole family at Todber. There is a pleasant licensed bar and a family function room with occasional entertainment. Families can enjoy use of the outdoor children’s play area and football field.
The long season at Todber allows you as an owner to enjoy maximum use of your holiday home, so whatever your intentions, whether it is for a weekend retreat, or maybe perhaps even sharing your leisure time between here and abroad, Todber could be the perfect place for you and your family. Just imagine being able to escape the stresses of everyday living – owning a holiday home at Todber will give you the freedom to do exactly that.
Todber has no hire fleet, no subletting and no coming and going of touring caravans.
Football field, arcade
The Ribble Valley - an area of outstanding natural beauty
Imagine you're in rural heaven - a landscape of contrasts where experiences surround you.
This is Ribble Valley, a place of mystery and heritage full of diverse natural habitats and inspiring scenery. Positioned in the north east of Lancashire it forms part of the Forest of Bowland, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the first protected area in England to be awarded the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas.
Walking, Cycling, Riding, Touring..
Get back to nature. Whether walking, cycling, on horseback or touring by car you will stumble across many ever-changing habitats for Britain's rare species of birds, wildlife, flora and fauna. Gentle lowland, criss-crossed with dry stonewalls dotted with picturesque farms and villages offer endless opportunities for the artist or photgrapher in you.
Pendle Hill and the Tolkien Trail
If it's adventure you're after, you can have it all. Get outdoors in our wild and rugged landscapes and explore the open access land of the Forest of Bowland and the famous Pendle Hill; follow the famous Tolkein Trail or take a tour through the well-trodden network of footpaths - it's a walker's paradise.
Spring and Summer Activities
As a year round destination each season has its own special charm. Spring and summer provides a surplus of colour and a whole host of outdoor, walking, garden and agricultureal events to keep the family entertained. Pack in attractions visit - great for the kids, a game of golf or some retail therapy. Autumn is enchanted as the deep red hues slowly appear on the trees preparing themselves for the cold crisp wintry days ahead.
Museums in the Ribble Valley
Our bygone age and colourful past can easily be seen at Clitheroe Castle Museum, Whalley Abbey, Sawley Abbey and the Ribchester Roman Museum. Stonyhurst College where Tolkien visited his son, and Browsholme Hall, still privately owned, are open on select days and well worth a visit.
The Platform Gallery
For those who are interested in arts and crafts take a look at the Platform Gallery in Clitheroe, a contemporary crafts venue, the only one of its kind in the area.
Whilst those seeking a countryside attraction may opt for the very popular Wild Boar Park at Chipping or Bashall Barn Farm Shop, near Bashall Eaves.
For more information on Ribble Valley events call Tourist Information on 01200 425566.
Based on 2 review(s)
Halifax 19 May 2010
Todber is a fantastic place to own a holiday home (or to hire one). It's a friendly park which makes it a great place to return to time and time again.
there are enough facilities on site to keep you occupied, although the park is a short drive away from Skipton where there are plenty of shops as well as places to eat and drink.
The views around the park are what drew us to buy on of the homes there. We'd visited a few times and fell in love with the place. The scenery is unlike anything you'll find round our way!
Todber Caravan Park, Clitheroe, Lancashire
Kent 20 Nov 2009
My family and I recently stayed at Todber recently and had a wonderful time. it was an extremely relaxing place and plenty of walks for us to do, which we all really enjoyed.
The staff were very pleasant and helpful, and we were able to take our dog with us.
We stayed in a superior caravan which slept myself, the other half and our two kids. The accommodation was comfortable and have everything we needed (clean sheets, cooker, utensils, etc).
There was a family bar and lounge which served good food and although it rained a bit the kids still got to play on the outdoor play area, which they loved.
A very enjoyable holiday!
Todber Caravan Park, Clitheroe, Lancashire