Meadow View Caravan Park is a quiet, tranquil resort set in the beautiful Lancashire countryside. If you are looking for an ideal holiday escape away from crowds of people, then look no further. This family owned and operated park is open from early March to mid-January, and offers a small number of serviced pitches, but is more popular with those who own a holiday home or chalet on the site.
One of the best features of Meadow View is the way it blends in with the landscape. Nothing around the park has been changed, it literally appears to have been erected in the middle of the countryside in a random location, which definitely adds to the charm of the park.
Meadow View and the surrounding area is a favourite of bird lovers, with many native breeds to be seen in the on-site aviary.
For those looking for more than a peaceful escape, the park is well within reach of a wide range of activities that will keep the whole family entertained. The River Lune is an excellent fishing location, and also offers a number of stunning riverside walkways that are easy to navigate, and great for the dogs if you have taken them along on holiday with you. The Lune is also open for other activities, such as water-skiing and shallow water diving. Those who aren’t fans of the wet stuff can stick to outdoor bowls or golf instead, or travel into the Lake District to find even more beautiful walking routes and open spaces.
With so much to do, at the end of the day you are bound to be tired. Lucky for you, then, that there are a number of excellent pubs and restaurants nearby where you can get refreshed and reward yourself for your efforts, before doing it all again tomorrow.
In the Lancaster area there are a number of Sports Centres and swimming pools. Nearby is the seaside resort of Morecambe and the historic town of Lancaster with its Castle, Maritime Museum and spectacular Williamsons Memorial named after the town’s benefactor.
Meadow View Caravan Park is convenient for the Lake District and its attractions of fell walking, South Lakes Wild Animal Park and Lakes steamers. Also nearby are Ingleton Water Falls and White Scar Caves carved out of the limestone during the Ice Age.
Other attractions in the area include the Trough of Bowland, Beacon Fell, Leighton Hall, Abbot Hall and Levens Hall with its magnificent Gardens. Leighton Moss Bird Sanctuary and Docker Park Farm Visitor Centre are also popular attractions for all ages.
For a relaxing evening there are a number of olde worlde pubs and good eating establishments offering a variety of different cuisines.
Whatever your taste there is something to suit everyone.
Shop in nearby Nether Kellet and large supermarket within 3 miles.
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