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Beetham Caravan Park

Enjoy memorable holidays in Cumbria when you stay at Beetham Caravan Park, which is within the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The park is open most of the year, closing only from early January until the middle of February. Beetham Caravan Park is a collection of privately owned holiday homes, offering tourists the opportunity to enjoy a luxurious home away from home in the beautiful Cumbrian outdoors.

All of the caravan pitches at the site are nicely secluded and fit beautifully into the natural landscape, with sheltering by the surrounding woodland and hedgerows and views into the woods or across the meadows, depending on the location of the holiday home.

All of the holiday caravans at this holiday park are fitted with the best in modern conveniences and appliances, while there is plenty to do around the site to keep families busy. The park owners made the deliberate decision not to have a swimming pool, amusement arcade or bar area, as these can often provide disruption and noise, when the aim at this site is to create a relaxed and calm environment at all times.

Among the activities and features available for guests to use whenever they stay at the park are Wi-Fi, a play area and playing field, recycling points and a laundrette. Regular waste bin collections are performed on a weekly basis to pick up any non-recyclable rubbish, while dog owners are welcome to take their pets along to Beetham Caravan Park and enjoy many miles of walks, with several that are entirely made up of sections of the park itself. Owners are reminded to please control their pets and to clean up after them.

There is an excellent social scene at the park despite the lack of a bar, with art classes as well as woodland walks and cycling trips being offered throughout the year. All of these are a great opportunity to meet fellow holiday home owners and make new friends.

When you stay here on your caravan holidays in Cumbria, you're in a most beautiful park of the UK and there is much to explore. Being just a 20-minute drive from Kendal means you're not far from somewhere where you can top up your supplies or maybe enjoy a meal out, and as this park is not too far from the M6 and several A roads, it's easy to get to this park and from it to discover the surrounding area.

Families will love a day out at the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, which is a mere five-minute drive from Beetham Caravan Park, plus there are a great many National Nature Reserves nearby so you can immerse yourself in the natural world, such as Clawthorpe Fell, Trowbarrow Quarry and Gait Barrows which are all within a 10-minute drive of this park, while Hutton Roof National Nature Reserve is about a quarter of an hour away.

The Lake District National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park, two wonderful regions to explore, are also within easy driving distance of this caravan park, and both are particularly appealing if you love walking, cycling or mountain biking – or you could try pony trekking, fell running, sailing, rock climbing and a number of other activities. Or spend a day beside the seaside, as Morecambe is about a half hour drive from this caravan park.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Family park, Children's play area(s), Wireless internet, Washing up facilities

Accomodations:
Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Sailing

Only 10 minutes drive from junction 35 of the M6, Beetham is easily accessible from the motorway and is based in an excellent location if you enjoy exploration. Many attractions are nearby as are shopping facilities, tourist towns and villages.

Local attractions include:
Levens Hall
Sizergh Castle
Lakeland Wildlife Oasis
Arnside and Silverdale Art Trail


Beetham Caravan Park (www)

Beetham
Cumbria, North of England
United Kingdom
LA7 7AL
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