Set within the beautiful valley of the River Lune between the Yorkshire Dales and UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lake District National Park. Woodclose Park is a quiet and serene place set within nine acres providing a unique holiday base in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The picturesque market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is within half a mile and has a fine selection of award winning tea-rooms, restaurants and pubs. After a short walk from the park you will find yourself beside the River Lune and the three ribbed medieval arches of Devil’s Bridge, linked to legend in local tales.
We have received 5 stars from Visit England, 5 AA Pennants in 2018, Gold & Bronze winners of Enjoy England National Awards, and have been awarded a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award. The Park is well laid out in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with a number of hard-standing pitches for tourers and a secluded glamping field with a selection of accommodation options with or without en-suite facilities, and over 50 pitches for private holiday homes and lodges. The outlying fields provide habitats for a rich variety of animals, birds, flora and fauna.
The site is open for touring, self-catering and glamping from 1st March to 2nd January.