Millbrook Caravan Park is a beautiful family holiday location on the outskirts of the Lake District National Park. The park welcomes guests with touring caravans while also offering new and pre-owned static holiday homes for sale. Millbrook Caravan Park is open throughout the year.
All of the static holiday homes situated at the site are nicely decorated and equipped with all necessary features and conveniences to ensure an enjoyable and comfortable stay at the site. Tourists looking to acquire a permanent holiday home at Millbrook Caravan Park are advised to enquire about availability directly with the park owners. Those seeking a new holiday home may be able to secure a choice of pitch as new areas are set up and made available for permanent static caravans at the site.
All of the touring caravan pitches at Millbrook Caravan Park are hard standings and benefit from electric hook-up. Seasonal touring pitches offered at the park are available from 1st March until 31st October. Seasonal licences run from 1st March until 28th February, with the fee inclusive of winter storage from November until the end of February, ideal for guests looking to utilise a seasonal pitch at Millbrook Caravan Park the following year. Seasonal pitches also benefit from electric hook-ups.
As you'd expect, around the park you will find the usual water standpipes and a chemical disposal point, while you can also buy and exchange your Calor Gas canisters on the site.
Facilities that are available at Millbrook Caravan Park include toilet and shower blocks, and a laundrette. A small on-site shop sells a selection of foods and drinks.
The nearest village to the park is Endmoor, where there is a selection of shops for topping up as well as a number of places to pick up souvenirs and gifts. Endmoor also has some good places for enjoying a bite to eat and something to drink. Guests looking to get active will find tennis courts in the village, while there is also a children’s play area.
Just 10 miles away is the historic market town of Kendal, thought to have been the birthplace of Catherine Parr, Henry VIII’s sixth wife. Today, it is a popular tourist activity to visit Kendal for its cultural heritage and limestone architecture. Kendal also plays host to a number of brilliant museums and art galleries. This is also known as the gateway to the Lake District, with Windermere within reach of Kendal town, along with the woodland and foothills of the eastern section of the region.
To the east, the Yorkshire Dales National Park is a short drive away, while to the south you can visit the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Both locations have plenty to offer people who love outdoor activities, from amazing walks to numerous locations for fishing and some excellent golf courses.
The Cumbrian and Lancashire coasts are both within reach in the car, with Arnside and Silverdale being just a short drive to the south. Beyond there, the road then leads down towards Morecambe, with its vast bay.
Millbrook Caravan Park is an ideal base for families looking to explore the beautiful landscapes of north west England during caravan holidays in Cumbria
There is a full time warden employed and at night the park is well lit for additional safety
Museum of Lakeland Life
Abbot Hall Art Gallery
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