Claylands Caravan Park is situated in a unique position for those who like to explore the countryside, or to visit the many attractions that surround this beautiful area. It is also ideal for those who need to put their feet up and relax.
In the friendly atmosphere that prevails, visitors soon forget the stress and strain of every day life and new friends are often made. Thoughtful planning and landscaping by the environmentally conscious owners ensures that Claylands is as spacious and private as it is well maintained blending quite naturally into the surrounding countryside. To combat the unpredictable English summer time, we have developed a number of grass sites into hard standings. These are fully serviced with electric hook-up points, if required, and are still surrounded by luscious green grass.
- storage available
- drinking water
- Scorton - Bowland
- Garstang and Calder Vale
- Beacon Fell Country Park
- Lancaster Castle
- Rufford Old Hall
- restaurant and bar
Based on 4 review(s)
cheshire 16 Feb 2015
What a lovely site! Chose it for kids really as it has a really good play area! Nice shower block and wash up area. Shop didn't stock a lot but give them the benifit as its out of season. The onsite pub was friendly and food was good. Some really nice walks for dog owners along the river. The pitches were hard standing with gravel next to them so bring the correct pegs. The only drawback is that if most pitches were to use a awning then parked cars on the sites road would make it difficult for people arriving with larger vans. The train line in the distance isn't a problem as you get used to it. I do recommend the site and will definitely return!
Lancs 02 Aug 2010
An exceptionally clean and tidy site with very good play areas and several small fishing lakes. However our visit was spoiled by the proximity of the Euston/Glasgow main railway line with trains passing every half hour, the overhead National Grid power lines, directly above our pitch, and the associated Pylons. None of which, surprisingly, are indicated in the site picture gallery.
We were literally shocked whilst erecting the awning. An uncomfortable strong tingling from the poles and caravan awning rail. This could only be as a result of being under the power lines. We requested a different pitch and one was provided.
We were also informed that if we connected the power link-up we would be earthed and would therefore not get any more shocks.
We shall not be returning.
merseyside 26 Apr 2009
we stayed here for bonfire night 2008 the owners put alot of time and effort in to makeyou comfortable. we actually thought there was twins running it coz the fella seemed to be doing everything i really dont know how they do it. Nothing was too much trouble and he understood we wanted to be near our friends when we booked. we are already booked to go back this bonfire night and probably before that too. 5 star treatment from all who worked there.
Claylands Caravan Park, Preston, Lancashire
Lancashire 13 Feb 2008
loveley park with good fishing good pub and good food been lots of times will be going lots more swings for the kids and a nice walk to the little town of scorton just over half a mile with a pub and shops .