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Clitheroe Camping and Caravanning Club Site

Clitheroe, Lancashire

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Clitheroe Camping and Caravanning Club Site is ideally situated in the heart of the Ribble Valley. Stood on the banks of the River Ribble, our site is one of the most popular caravan parks in Lancashire, and is open from late March to early December. We have a large number of pitches available for motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents, with serviced pitches, including with electricity hook-ups, available for use. We also have washing up and chemical disposal facilities on our site, as well as Wi-Fi access for guests. Clitheroe Camping and Caravanning Club Site is also pet friendly and offers wide open spaces for pets to run around in.

The park itself sits a short distance outside the town of Clitheroe, which is accessible via car or on foot in a matter of minutes. The town is famous for the Norman Keep that still stands there from the 12th century, it overlooks the town and offers dramatic views of the surrounding area.

If you want to head to the big city for shopping or cosmopolitan bars and restaurants, you are only a short train ride away from Manchester. Alternatively, if you want to hit the famed seaside towns of England’s west coast, you can always jump in the car and check out Morecambe, Blackpool, and many other towns in that direction.

To the north of the site, The Forest of Bowland offers miles of beautiful unspoiled landscape to explore at your leisure. You’ll be able to hire bicycles if you don’t want to tackle it on foot, while horse riding is another popular pursuit than many people choose to do while staying with us.

Speaking of animals, you can get up close and personal with some of the biggest and scariest ones on Earth by spending the day at Knowsley Safari Park, which is home to lions, tigers, and many more amazing creatures from across the world.

Other nearby towns such as Burnley feature museums and attractions, and our park is truly a great base for exploring the heart of Lancashire, whether in the shape of the towns to the south or in the greenery to the north, including the Yorkshire Dales and the rolling countryside on the doorstep of Clitheroe Camping and Caravanning Club Site.

A stay at our well-sheltered park allows you to switch off and relax, but also puts you in arm’s reach of the English coast and some of the most desirable greenery to be found anywhere in the country.

Open from:
22 February - 29 October 2018

Disabled access, Pets allowed, Chemical disposal point, Electric hook-ups, Sanitary block(s), Washing up facilities, Wireless internet

Hardstanding with electric hook-up,Grass pitch with electric hook-up,Hardstanding only pitch,Seasonal Pitches,Grass only pitch (no electric),Flushing toilet,Showers,Washbasins,Electric shaver sockets,Dedicated accessible facilities,Parent and baby room,Chemical toilet disposal point,Drinking water taps,Motorhome stop-off,Washing Machines,Dishwashing facilities,Ice pack freezing,Gas cylinders,Payphone,Pets welcome,Wi-fi(Wicoms Ltd),Grass only pitch for larger tents,Battery charging facilities

70 Motorhome pitches, Serviced pitches (touring), Tent pitches, 70 Touring pitches

Nearby attractions:

Clitheroe town is a mile-and-a-half away. A 12th-century Norman keep overlooks the town and the museum holds the North West Sound Archive of 9,000 recordings made in the area.
Manchester is a train ride away, with excellent shopping facilities and several interesting museums, including the Imperial War Museum North.
The Forest of Bowland offers a wide range of unspoilt landscapes to explore. The Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail exhibits the work of local artists.
Knowsley Safari Park is home to lions, tigers and a baboon jungle.
The River Ribble borders the site, with good walks. Ask at reception for information on day permits for fishing.
Towneley Hall Art Gallery and Museums in Burnley includes a country house, aquarium and natural history centre.
The Brontë family lived in Haworth and the Brontë Parsonage Museum is in the house where Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights were written.
Pendle Hill has associations with the Quaker movement and local legends. It is a 20-minute drive from the site.
Lightwater Valley is a family-sized theme park ideal for smaller children.
The village of Waddington is near the site. It holds several “best village” awards.

Clitheroe Camping and Caravanning Club Site (www)

Edisford Road
Lancashire, North of England
United Kingdom
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Excellent site for families. Very quiet in evenings, pitches are not too close to each other. Facilities are lovely and clean and the people are all friendly. Lovely location by the side of a river with small pitch and put near by and a swimming pool accross the road. Great pub with fayre 10 minute walk away overall 10/10