Claylands Park, Lancashire

Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Claylands Park Have?

Great location
Four fishing ponds
Pet friendly
Adventure playground
Bar and restaurant

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Claylands Park is a famous holiday park helping to bring people closer to the countryside.  Perfect for solo visitors, families and couples equally, a holiday home at Claylands Park may be the ideal foothold for anyone keen to see all sides of the Lancashire.  Offering long seasons and modern facilities, few parks and communities in the region offer the same level of quality accommodation and care.

Claylands Park is easy to reach through motorways and A-roads, and will appeal to families looking to reach some of Lancashire’s best-loved tourist attractions.  It is close to the city of Preston, meaning that visitors are never too far from modern amenities and shopping precincts should they need to get out and explore.  However, many people choose to buy properties at Claylands Park for the incredible views.  It is also stunningly peaceful, even though it is easy to get to and from the community via road links and public transport.

About Claylands Park

Claylands Park is an extensive holiday park built for visitors of all ages.  Their properties and pitches are some of the largest of their kind in the region. On-site management teams will always offer visitors and new owners a warm and friendly welcome.  The atmosphere at Claylands Park is laid-back, offering holiday homeowners the chance to step back from the hustle and bustle of towns and cities.  However, if they wish to visit Busier areas, the park isn't too far removed from the action. 

Claylands Park is well-known for its spectacular grounds and its on-site amenities.  As well as benefiting from stunning views and panoramas of idyllic Lancashire, visitors can also angle at one of four fishing ponds, easy to access via the main lodges.  There is also a full adventure playground for the little ones, as well as plenty of access to local walks and trails outside of the park.

Claylands Park is also very secure and safe for all visitors.    Therefore, even when owners are away from their lodges, they can be sure that site owners are doing their best to keep things under lock and key.

Holidaymakers will also appreciate the Stepping Stones Riverside Bar and Restaurant.  Visitors will never have to travel too far for food, drink and regular entertainment.  The venue is popular with park visitors as it offers regular quiz and game nights.  Claylands Park has a wonderful, fun atmosphere which is relaxed and easy-going.

Those in need of a private lodge during their Lancashire holidaying can also be sure of discrete standards on-site.  While Claylands Park offers a close-knit holiday experience, new homeowners can rest easy knowing that they can still retire to their private plot without fear of disturbance.

Despite being open to people of all ages, and despite being well-linked to various roads, Claylands Park is tranquil and relaxing throughout the seasons.  It offers a genuine opportunity for groups, couples and solo travellers to take a break from fast-paced living.  Slow holidays in the Lancashire region should never be difficult to find.

Claylands Park staff are passionate about creating the quintessential Lancashire getaway.  They are well-established in the area, but are keen to continue developing.  When properties become available at the park, Sell My Group will list them on this page – and early viewings are crucial. 

The Location

Claylands Park benefits from a superb location, halfway between Lancashire’s coast and countryside.  To the East, visitors can experience the majestic Forest of Bowland, while the Fleetwood coast lies just over to the West.  Few parks and resorts across the country offer this balance, making buying a property here a very lucrative move.

Beyond this, as stated, the park is very easy to get to from main roads and nearby communities.  Based close to the villages of Cabus, Scorton and Garstang, new visitors can simply split off from the M6 and Guberford Lane, close to the winding River Wyre.  The park is very easy to reach if you use GPS. However, it is widely signposted in the local area.

As mentioned, there are several local villages close by.  These will appeal to many people looking to take in some of the quainter touches Lancashire has to offer.  It is a county full of history and heritage, and residents are always pleased to welcome new friends and travellers.  Holidaymakers will not have to travel far to experience local food and drink, nor will they need to go much further to embrace traditional shops and businesses.

However, the spectacular views of the Forest of Bowland, as well as the proximity to the gorgeous River Wyre, will likely appeal to most holidaymakers looking for a quiet, laid-back location for a Lancashire break.  If visitors do wish to head out to major cities such as Preston, links to the M6 are only a few minutes away.  Public transport operates very close to the park, and visitors can also easily book taxis from Claylands Park itself should they wish to. 

The Local Area

Holidaymakers can either explore the local village scenes and traditional Lancashire fare, or can head out towards the coast.  Whether taking public transport or driving their vehicles, Claylands Park is in a prime, superbly connected position.

As mentioned, the closest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Forest of Bowland.  It is an expansive plot of verdant land and woods which will appeal to anyone keen to get back in touch with nature.

On the opposite side of the park is the popular Fleetwood coast, which leads down towards Blackpool.  Blackpool, of course, is regarded as the ‘Las Vegas’ of Northern England, spectacular for its illuminations and its incredible array of entertainment.  Visitors and holidayers will, of course, also likely want to head to Blackpool for the famous coastlines.  Those looking for a quieter seaside break won’t have to travel too far, as communities in Lytham St Anne’s and Thornton Cleveleys are only a few minutes away.  Visitors can also head down towards Southport, another popular seaside haunt for thousands of people.

Holidaymakers might also wish to take in Morecambe Bay, just a few minutes’ North, leading towards historic Kendal.  Morecambe is another quietly popular seaside town that commands fantastic ocean views and sparkling sands.

Opposite here is the Yorkshire Dales National Park, which, while breaking out of Lancashire, is a must-see for anyone heading to Claylands Park.  It offers some of the most grandiose walks and breath-taking scenery for miles around.  It also backs onto Nidderdale, another Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Holidayers can also turn their stay at Claylands Park into a city break, as the historic cities of Preston and Blackburn are also easy to reach down the M6.  They lie just South of the Forest of Bowland.  All in all, Claylands Park visitors can easily head out towards a wide variety of beautiful sights and experiences at their doorsteps.  There is little wonder why so many people choose to head to the park each year. 

Why Choose Claylands Park?

Claylands Park’s owners are some of the friendliest, most careful park management teams in the region.  They welcome holidaymakers across the year, and are always on hand to help with any queries and concerns new visitors might have.  What’s more, the park and the community is always stocked with modern facilities and amenities.  It promises to offer a home away from home for anyone keen to get closer to Lancs.

Claylands Park benefits from a stunning, unique location offering the best of beach and forest alike.  It is also very easy to reach through public transport and motorways, making it a superb choice for those tourists looking to take in as much as possible.  Long seasons at Claylands Park make things easier on homeowners who wish to sample the Lancashire coast for themselves.

Claylands Park properties make for desirable investments.  The park is keen to continue welcoming new visitors and owners and is keen to continue developing.  It is one of the safest parks in the region for families and couples alike, meaning that anyone visiting can always be sure of a fun, laid-back experience.  It is always advisable to contact Claylands Park’s team with any specific concerns.


Claylands Park


1. Please read the rules and conditions which are reasonable requests and common sense, so please do not trivialise or abuse them.

2. Our season is 1st March to 4th January. Claylands Park is for holiday use only UNLESS OWNERS SUBSCRIBE to Wyre Borough Council Rates.

3. Park rent to be paid on or before the renewal date or as agreed terms with the Park owner.

4. Any buying or selling transactions of holiday homes must be handled through the Park owner; otherwise, it will make void the clients right to occupy the pitch.

5. Caravans up to 10 years old will be allowed to be sold at top book price with 10% added to the incoming tenant. Over ten years old, the office will review the situation depending on the condition. There is no 10-year rule.

6. All holiday homes must have insurance, a copy of which must be given to the office. It can be obtained through the office or your own broker. Failing to provide this information may result in the loss of your pitch.

7. Gas appliances are your responsibility.

8. Claylands Park is a private park. Any sub-letting or trading in any type of business on the Park is strictly forbidden

9. Holiday Homeowners are responsible for the actions and conduct of all visitors to their holiday home and as such must ensure that their visitors are also aware of the park rules and

10. Parents are entirely responsible for their children and their actions whilst on the Park. Strictly no playing in the toilet block and other facilities and must not cause a nuisance to other clients. Care must be taken whilst riding bikes and scooters etc. in all areas.

11. Owners and visitors must act in a courteous manner to Claylands Park Management and Staff and other park users.

12. A full and current driving licence must be in possession of all car drivers and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is strictly forbidden by law and applies to Claylands

13. Owners and visitors must act in a courteous manner to Claylands Park Management and Staff and other park users

14. A full and current driving licence must be in possession of all car drivers and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs is strictly forbidden by law and applies to Claylands

5. Claylands Park is dog friendly, and we expect all pet owners to be "park" friendly.

16. Please refrain from causing undue disturbance to others after 11 pm particularly on leaving Stepping Stones Bar.

17. No clotheslines or rotary driers all

18 All storage units must be with the approval of the office and any wooden huts or boxes are not to be erected near or under the holiday home due to being a fire hazard.

19. To ensure a clean, tidy and attractive park, stored items must not be visible under the caravan.

20. Firearms, airguns, catapults and other offensive weapons are strictly prohibited.

21. No cutting down, breaking or trimming of tree branches on the Park. Any planting of your own plants around your caravan must first be agreed with the office.

22.No open fires on the Park.

23. Children under the age of 12 are only allowed in the conservatory with an ad time. Children must be kept under control for their safety and that of others.

24. Commercial, large vehicles or visitors cars may be asked to relocate on the Park.

25. Payment of annual park fees or part thereof constitutes the acceptance of these rules and conditions.

26. Any grievances or concerns with the above rules or any matter affecting you, PLEASE let the office know so that the situation can be dealt with in a prompt, amicable and confidential manner. Amended January 2014