Dover Country Park is a holiday park designed for the retired and semi-retired, situated in the beautiful countryside setting of Staining next to the lively seaside town of Blackpool and coastal gem of Lytham St. Annes
The park itself has onsite WiFi, disabled access, an LPG stockist, water and drainage hook-ups and visitor parking. The park is a two-minute walking distance from Staining Golf Course which is one-hundred and sixty acres and contains a bar and restaurant which has a breakfast, afternoon tea, drinks and a lunch menu.
Dover Country Park is situated at a five-minute walking distance from a bus stop. Staining is served by the number 19 bus route , half a mile from a Co-op convenient store and just over half a mile from The Plough Inn friendly local pub and at the same distance from Dover Country Park is a Chinese take away - The Golden Dragon.
Three miles from Dover Country Park is the seaside resort town of Blackpool. Blackpool makes a perfect day out with its many attractions including the iconic Blackpool Illuminations and Blackpool Tower which features both a stunning Tower Ballroom and Tower Circus. When visiting the town with children there are many child-friendly leisurely places to explore including the award-winning Blackpool Pleasure Beach theme park and Sandcastle water park. Blackpool is also home to the beautiful venue- The Winter Gardens where a collection of events is regularly held including live music, theatre, festivals and comedy. With its extensive range of high-street shops being centred within the Houndshill centre- Blackpool makes an ideal shopping location.
The town of Lytham St. Annes lies at a sixteen-minute drive from the park. The picturesque town of Lytham contains the historic Lytham Windmill and Lytham Hall as well as a large collection of independent local retailers, cafes and fine-dining restaurants such as Spago or Portifinos. The town also contains the theatre -venue Lowther Pavilion and is the location of Lytham Festival- an annual event where headline acts perform on the stunning greenery. St. Annes-on-sea contains a beautiful pier and beach and contains friendly local eateries including many local friendly local pubs. In-between the two towns is Fairhaven Lake- a scenic lake with a child’s park, sports facilities, café, RSPB centre and has boating activities such as motorboat hire.
The park is pet friendly and is accessible from the airport and M55 motorway.
Dover Caravan Park
Dover Caravan Park Rules and Regulations.
Season - The caravan park is open from 7th February until the 31st of January of each season.
Cleaning Caravans - All caravans must be cleaned at least once per year at the start of the season.
Static Caravans - All caravans must have a corgi gas test plus caravan insurance, copies of both must be given to the office on a yearly renewal. Caravans must not be sub-let to make a gain.
Rubbish disposal - All owners/visitors are responsible for the removal of heir own rubbish to the commercial bins located at the entrance to the ark. Do not leave rubbish at the side of the bins as this encourages vermin. Th area around and beneath your caravan must be kept free from all rubbish, refuse and all inflammable materials.
Gas - All gas must be provided by the park, bringing on your own gas is strictly prohibited.
Dogs - All dogs must be kept on a lead at all times and not left to roam about the park. All dog mess must be picked up immediately anyone found disregarding this rule may find their dog being banned from the park.
Washing lines - All washing lines must be taken down and removed immediately after use.
Post - You can have post delivered to the caravan park. You can use the caravan park as your postal address. It must not be used for the COUNCIL or DSS purposes.
Roads - The roads of a caravan park are by law treated as a public highway so the limit of 5MPH must be strictly adhered to. No training of children or unlicensed drivers is permitted.