Brooklyn Holiday Park is a static caravan and lodge park, located in the coastal village of Banks, just a few miles from Southport. The village of Banks is primarily an agricultural community, famous for its excellent soil, which produces a variety of salad produce. The park is surrounded by farmland and green lush fields, offering plenty of natural beauty. Brooklyn Holiday Park is also just a short distance from Southport, a lively and popular seaside town with a variety of exciting activities for the whole family.
Why choose Brooklyn Holiday Park
Brooklyn Holiday Park has been established for over 50 years and has built a strong and reliable reputation during that time. The team has been helping people achieve their holiday homeownership dreams and make long-lasting memories. The park is always looking to improve its offering to existing and new holiday homeowners. In the last five years, the park has undergone redevelopment establishing new areas for static caravans, lodges, garden areas, and roads. This investment has created a clean and tidy new look to the park.
For those searching for a relaxed and tranquil holiday home location, Brooklyn Holiday Park will not disappoint. It is an adult-friendly park, so there will be no excessive noise or disruption. Children are, of course, allowed to visit, however, only for short amounts of time. The park is also pet-friendly, and the park owners are happy for owners to bring their furry friends on holiday with them.
Excellent transport links allow easy access to Brooklyn Holiday Park, the local area, and further afield. There is a regular bus service directly into Southport and Preston, which assists those not able to drive. On-site, there is also a launderette, reception, lounge, and kitchen area available for use. These communal parts of the park encourage a feeling of community and help to build friendships between owners and guests.
Things to do near Brooklyn Holiday Park
Brooklyn Holiday Park offers so many opportunities to have fun and relax. It couldn’t be situated in a more ideal spot, which is why it is and has been a favourite for holiday homeowners.
Rufford is a village in West Lancashire and a must-visit for those looking to explore the local surroundings. The canal and river of Douglas which flow nearby, allow for plenty of walks and trails along with witnessing plenty of local wildlife. One of the attractions in Rufford is Rufford Old Hall, a National Trust property. This medieval manor house has so much to see from stained glass windows, a 15th century carved screen as well as rooms dating back to 1480, so there is a plethora of history to take in.
Moving a little further to Southport. This town is located around ten minutes away from Brooklyn Holiday Park. There is so much to see and do here, it cannot be ticked off in just one visit. Starting with the 22 miles of coastline. Visitors will be bowled over by the choice of beaches, from Crosby beach to Formby beach, sand dunes to miles of sandy beach, it is breathtaking. Head up a little further to Ainsdale beach to experience kite surfing and various other beach activities.
For shopaholics, Southport will not disappoint. Head to Lord Street and experience delightful shopping with high street and independent shops overseen by wrought iron canopies. Wayfarers Shopping Arcade is home to over 30 independent stores, a perfect place to find that rare purchase not available on the high street.
The town of Southport can cater to any ‘foodie’ looking for a dining experience. There is an eclectic selection of independent restaurants, serving local produce to diners. Pair those with an abundance of quaint coffee shops, visitors will not be hungry. Southport has superb nightlife, with lots of bars and pubs just waiting to be tried. If Whisky is the drink of choice, there is a bar specialising in that, just as there is Gin and Vodka, and the list goes on.
Southport has so much to offer visitors and is keen to promote a shop local ethos, supporting local businesses and independent shops in the town.
For a more relaxing day out, a visit to the Botanical Gardens is essential. Southport is often called the ‘floral capital of the Northwest’ due to its beautiful parks and gardens. Located in Churchtown, just out of the town centre, the entrance to the Botanical Gardens is free to look around. The gardens are home to a lake, stunning displays, and pathways taking visitors on a journey through the Victorian wonders. To finish off the perfect day, the on-site café is on hand to offer a selection of refreshments and snacks.
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