Greendales Farm Caravan Park, Lancashire

Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Greendales Farm Caravan Park Have?

No age limit on statics
Long holiday season
Family friendly
10 minute walk from the beach
5 minutes from nature reserve
Pub at entrance to the park

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Greendales Farm Caravan Park is set in beautiful countryside close to beaches at stunning Morecambe Bay. Offering easy access to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, Greendales Farm is a popular base for family holidays. 

The park offers a relaxing environment close to local amenities and attractions. It is also easy to enjoy holiday home ownership in this stunning, quiet location. The park is family friendly with plenty of great dog walks close by. A gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District. Morecambe offers great potential for those seeking to visit coast or country, as well as local attractions. A stunning statue of the late comedian Eric Morecambe is a huge draw. Unveiled by the Queen in 1999, the bronze sculpture has become an iconic landmark. Strike a pose and have your photograph taken next to Eric! A great end to a stroll along the promenade. The 1930s Midland Hotel in Morecambe is considered an art deco masterpiece - especially now that it has been lovingly restored. It's great for afternoon tea overlooking the panorama of the Bay. If you enjoy the spoils of a traditional seaside holiday, Morecambe boasts plenty of places to get an ice cream, fish and chips and other traditional seaside fare. At Happy Mount Park family-friendly attractions complement the peace and tranquility of a traditional park. Swing boats, mini golf, trampolines, a miniature train, a splash park and a zip wire are guaranteed to keep the whole family entertained. Many visitors to Greendales Farm visit Lancaster Castle, fascinated by its dark history. From the trials of the infamous Lancaster â'Witches' to literally hundreds of executions, this historic building was once Europe's longest serving operational prison. It closed to inmates in 2011 but is now open to visitors through a programme of varied events.

Getting There

By Train Take a train to Lancaster and from there take a 10 minute stroll to the bus station where you will be able to find a bus to Middleton. Alternatively, take a taxi from the train station to the park. By Car M6 - leave at Junction 34 and join the A683. At the 5th roundabout, follow Middleton Road for 1 miles and then turn right into Carr Lane.


Greendales Farm Caravan Park