Bay View Holiday Park is situated in Lancashire surrounded by beautiful scenery. The park is open all year round and offer different types of accommodation depending on what you prefer. Guests are welcome to bring tents, touring caravans and motorhomes to the site or they can choose to stay in one of our camping pods or static caravans.
In total there are 199 plots on the site which are all hardstanding with some being fully serviced with water, waste and electric facilities. Seasonal pitches are available if you would like to stay throughout the year, midweek storage is also available.
Guests have access to the well maintained shower and toilet blocks, the laundrette, the on site shop for your day to day essentials and also the public phone. There's a play area for the children where they can run about and enjoy themselves, there's also an indoor games room which is great if the weather takes a turn for the worst. There is an on site bar and restaurant which is great if you want to have a night off cooking and cleaning without having to travel very far.
The park has 2 camping pods which dogs are not allowed in and you also need to bring your own bedding. If you decide to hire a luxury holiday home, bed linen will be provided however you will need to bring tea towels, towels and a tablecloth. Both kinds of accommodation are fitted with a toilet, a shower room, a TV, central heating and also a patio which has a picnic bench if you fancy eating outside.
Bay View Holiday Park holds many awards to its name, The site is featured in the 2014 edition of the UK Top 100 Sites Guide compiled by Practical Caravan, Practical Motorhome & Caravan Sitefinder. The park has also won a gold David Bellamy Conservation Award as well as a four-pennant rating from the AA, a platinum prize in the 2014 Loo of the Year Awards and a five star rating from EnjoyEngland.
Walking: From the park you can walk for miles along the coastline or the pretty Lancaster Canal. The stunning fells of the Lake District are within easy reach.
Bird Watching: The much acclaimed RSPB Leighton Moss Nature Reserve, home to over 255 species of birds is located on our doorstep, the elusive Bittern amongst its rarest inhabitants.
Lancaster: Visit some of the local attractions and delve into the history of Lancaster (visit the Castle or the Judges Lodgings). Or just go for some retail therapy.
Based on 2 review(s)
Cheshire 31 May 2011
A beautiful site,spotlessly clean and well laid out.Plenty of room between vans.The smartest elsan point I have ever seen-all tiled!Very helpful staff,nice bar and restaurant but not clubby.Very quiet site.The best thing about this site is the magnificent views over Morecambe Bay.Nice walk with proper path along the shoreline.Canal walks just across the road.Tesco at Carnforth only a mile away.Canal pub opposite Tesco.Good pub for food in Bolton Le Sands
Cheshire 06 May 2009
We recently visited this site for the third time, what a difference a few months can make. Not only have they changed the name from Detrongate but a £4 million improvement project to update the park and its facilities has been started too. A new club house is being built with a larger shop attached – there is at present a small one which has basic supplies and newspapers can be ordered. Whilst the site is quite hilly and rather exposed it does afford wonderful views over Morecambe Bay where you can watch the sunset dip behind the Cumbrian Fells. Field A is best for beach views and more hard standing pitches are being put in. Always receiving a wonderful welcome whenever we visit, they personally show you to your pitch and help site your caravan if necessary. The toilets and showers are always clean. The games room for the children keeps them entertained when it rains whilst a new adventure playground is great for better weather. Along the coastal path, accessible from the site, there is a lovely walk to Archers Cafe where the food and greeting are warm. If you are up for a longer walk then you can meander your way into Morecambe itself. From here the newly refurbished promenade offers insights into Morecambe’s history. Children’s play areas, fountains and even a bouldering wall to climb are all strategically placed along the way. Further along the promenade you will find the famous Midland Hotel and the Stone Jetty and not forgetting Eric Morecambe’s statue. We are looking forward to visiting Bay View again when hopefully the improvements will have been completed making our stay even better. I highly recommend a visit to this friendly site.