Bowland Escapes, Lancashire

Lodges at Bowland Escapes

NEW Two Bed Lakeland Leisure (42x22)

Bowland Escapes

NEW Two Bed Lakeland Leisure (42x22)

Chipping, Preston



Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Bowland Escapes Have?

62 Acres of Grounds
Idyllic Rural Location
Eco Friendly Lodges
Family Owned Park
Near Amenities
Peaceful Retreat


Bowland Escapes in Lancashire is a holiday park that offers an ideal holiday retreat in a rural setting. Located just 2.5 miles north of the village of Chipping, this 62-acre park is nestled in the Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland. Within 9 miles of the park lies the historic market town of Clitheroe. Clitheroe is well known for its ancient 12th-century castle, vintage shops, tearooms and many sights and attractions.

Regarding location, Bowland Escapes stands out as the perfect getaway from town and city life. If you are looking for a place to relax in the middle of nature, away from the bright city lights and sounds of the city, the dark skies accredited site is just what you need.

This gorgeous holiday park is nestled in New Ground Wood, an ancient woodland surrounded by various birds and animals. Among its best features is the opportunity to observe birds, and it is not unusual to see a wild deer grazing in the grassy field nearby. A short walk away on the bank of the River Hodder, at the bottom of the valley, is Bowland Wild Boar Park, where you can see a wider variety of animals.

Owning a holiday home in Bowland Escapes guarantees that you enjoy unrestricted access to everything Lancashire offers.

Many well-known peaks surround Bowland Escapes, including Fair Snape Fell, Parlick Fell, Beacon Fell, Easington Fell and Longridge Fell, all of which are suitable for ramblers, walkers, and other types of recreational activities. Also, you can take a walk on Pendle Hill, famous for its Witch trails. 

For more fun things to do, check out the 110 hectares of woodland, moorland, and farmland at Beacon Fell Country Park. There are spectacular views of Morecambe Bay and the Forest of Bowland AONB from the summit, which is 266 metres above sea level. The Isle of Man can even be seen in the distance on a clear day.

There are over 20 permanent works of art on the Ribble Valley Sculpture Trail, which was launched in 1993. The trail takes you through Cross Hill Quarry, a local nature reserve managed by the Lancashire Wildlife trust.

All of Bowland Escapes' services are eco-friendly and off-grid. The lodges are powered by solar energy. In addition, there is a borehole on site for water.

A wide range of luxury holiday lodges is available at Bowland Escapes. Take advantage of the beautiful Ribble Valley with your own holiday home; spend valuable time with family and friends, making memories that will last for a lifetime. Your home away from home holiday lodge is the perfect place to relax, whether on a crisp autumn morning or in the evenings of a balmy summer evening. Bowland Escapes is open throughout the year.


Bowland Escapes