Hambleton Country Park, Lancashire

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Hambleton Country Park Have?

Entertainment/dining complex
Indoor pool, sauna & spa
Coarse fishing lake

Videos of Hambleton Country Park


Hambleton Country Park is an award-winning park nestled peacefully between the villages of Stalmine and Hambleton in Lancashire. The park is situated closely to the seaside towns of Blackpool and Poulton-le-Fylde. The park is directly next to its sister holiday park meaning residents have the advantage of using the holiday park facilities. The Puddled Duck is an entertainment and dining complex at the park. The complex offers a perfect opportunity to relax with a coffee bar and a sports bar that features a pool table and darts board alongside great food from light lunches to classic pub meals. The complex is designed for families and is perfect for grandchildren with its X-box room and soft play area. Entertainment at the complex includes weekly karaoke and live music alongside various charity events throughout the year. The sister holiday park Sunset park shares its facilities with Hambleton Park. This means residents have the luxury of a heated indoor swimming pool with both a sauna and spa, the chance to fish in a well-stocked coarse fishing lake, relax at Sunset's lounge bar that features Saturday-night entertainment, enjoy the 'Hambleton, Denver & Rio Grande'- a one-fifth scale steam locomotive and occupy grandchildren with an indoor adventure trail. The park is one mile from the rural village of Hambleton and a mile and a half from the countryside village of Stalmine which is home to the local Seven Stars pub which serves fresh and tasty pub meals and has a weekly pub quiz.

Hambleton Country Park Location

The park is located less than ten-minutes driving distance from Knott-End-On-Sea which includes a Spar, Premier Village Store, pharmacy, butcher, bakers, cheese shop, fruit shop, pet shop, garage, flower shop, picture framing, hardware, beauty therapist, hair dresser and library. An under a fifteen-minute drive from Hambleton Country Park leads you to the market town Poulton-le-Fylde. The town of Poulton is home to a weekly farmers market and has a lively compact town square with both independent and high-street retailers. The town has a great range of eateries including many traditional pubs, including the Thatched House Pub which has its own microbrewery on site and cafW Truly Scrumptious serving tasty homemade treats. Just overt twenty-minutes in the car from Hambleton Country Park leads you to the lively seaside resort of Blackpool which is famous for its iconic Blackpool Tower and aesthetic Blackpool Illuminations. The coastal town offers a range of attractions perfect for a family day out including Blackpool Pleasure Beach which features its own ice-skating rink where stunning Hot Ice shows are performed. With its extensive collection of high-street retailers located in the Houndshill shopping centre, Blackpool is also an ideal shopping location.


Hambleton Country Park

Hambleton Country Park Residential Estate Rules

updated 12/05/2013

The following rules of occupation are for the good management of the Estate and the benefit of all that use it.

These rules form part of the agreement to occupy the pitch.

The term ‘occupier' hereinafter refers to the resident of the Park home occupying the pitch.

NB: Tthe Park is intended for people over the age of 45 with grown up families. It is not suitable for young families with young children.

1, Park Homes must be kept in sound and clean condition. External decoration and colour must be maintained to the satisfaction of the management Alteration or addition to the Park Home or pitch is not permitted without prior consultation with the Park Owner.

2, The occupier is responsible for the cleanliness of the pitch. He/She must also keep the area underneath the Park Home clear of any flammable materials.

2a, Public places and footpaths shall not be littered in any way.

3, The Park Home may be used by the occupier and members of his/hers permanent household and bonafide guests only (and in any event for the occupation of such number of persons as shall not exceed the specified number of beds).

4, Park homes shall not be sub-let.

5, Any owner wishing to sell their Park Home must, if the agreement you have is prior to the 26th May 2013 serve a notice of proposed sale on the Park Owner (Carr Royd Parks Ltd) See condition 7b of the Written Statement 2013 If your agreement is on or after the 26th May 2013 see condition 7A of the Written Statement 2013

5a, It is recommended that you read the Written Statement under the mobile homes act 2013 before marketing your home for sale

5b, An introduction to your purchaser may be helpful as we can help to explain the written statement and Mobile Home Act , and answer any other queries your purchaser may have.

6, Occupiers are responsible for ensuring that the electrical, water and gas installations and appliances comply at all time with requirements of the Institution of Electrical Engineers and/or other appropriate authorities.
It is recommended all gas appliance be serviced annually.

7, The occupier is responsible for all household refuse to be deposited in refuse sacks in approved containers, which must not be over filled for collection by Local Authority.

8, Musical instruments, record players, radios, barbecues, other appliance and motor vehicles must not be used to cause nuisance to others, especially between the hours of 10.30pm and 8am.

9, All cars must be driven carefully on the Park, not exceeding the speed limit of 15 mph. Cars must keep to authorised park spaces and to the roads, which must not be obstructed. Cars must be taxed and insured as required by law and drivers must hold a current driving licence and insurance. Normal road traffic rules apply to all roads ie. Driving whilst unfit through alcohol, drugs or other substances. The prior written approval of the Management must be obtained before parking commercial vehicles.

10, Any alteration or addition to the park home structure is only permitted with the approval of the Park Owner and where permitted must be of a design size and standard approved to comply with the site licence.

11, Gardens where permitted must be kept neat and tidy and no fences or other means of enclosure shall be permitted without consent of the office. Trees and shrubs may not be lopped, topped, felled, damaged or removed. Gardens will be left in a condition to be agreed with the office when the occupier vacated the pitch.

12, No washing lines are allowed, rotary airers only.

13, Pets and livestock, where permitted, must be kept under proper control and not allowed to despoil the park. All dogs must be kept on leads when on the Park and owners are responsible for any animal waste removal.

14, The occupier is responsible for the conduct of children in his/her custody and of visitors.

15, Guns, firearms or other offensive weapons of any description shall not be kept on the Park. It is forbidden to interfere with, or disturb any floral or fauna on the estate.

16, Everyone using the park is required to comply with the regulations of the Site Licence, Water Authority or any other Statutory Authority.

17, Access is not permitted to vacant pitches. Building material or other plant must be left undisturbed.

18, No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the Park. No signs of any description may be displayed on a home or pitch without the prior permission of the office.

19, The Occupier will inform the office before erecting any external apparatus i.e. Sky dish etc, which must have suitable public liability insurance cover subject to permission being granted.

20, Occupiers must not use fire points provided other than for the emergency use they are intended.

21/Joy riding of cycles, motorbikes and mopeds is strictly prohibited on park roads.

22, Storage sheds are only permitted and must be of a design, size and standard to conform with site the licence

23, The resident is responsible to ensure that a fire blanket or dry powder extinguisher or both are situated in their home in the kitchen. It is recommended a British Standards approved smoke alarm be fitted and in full working order at all times.

24, It is mandatory that full insurance cover, with a reputable company must be in effect at all times to cover the structural value of the home and third party damage caused in the event of any accident

25, The occupier must not permit waste water to be discharged onto the ground. No hosepipes are allowed except in the case of fire.

26, A copy of a current insurance certificate must be presented to the office annually.

27, A current gas and electricity safety report must be available before the home is made available for sale.