Lakeside Caravan Park is a picturesque holiday park is open to families and couples looking to explore the county, its countryside and historic towns and cities. It is a pet-friendly park, allowing dog lovers and owners to explore the country trails and walks in the local region with ease.
The park offers on-site holiday amenities and facilities, as well as a focus on building a laid-back atmosphere. Visitors and holidaymakers can take advantage of on-site bar and entertainment facilities, as well as everyday amenities during short stays. Its waterside location, as its name suggests, will offer residents opportunities to fish peacefully close to their own holiday properties.
Why Choose Lakeside Caravan Park?
This resort offers modern holiday experiences to families looking to explore Cheshire. Based in the village of Stockshill near Winsford, this popular park provides on-site barbecue and picnicking facilities. There is also a full play area and park for children to enjoy, as well as a bar for parents to relax in before exploring the wider area. The park is also close enough to main road and public transport links to be easily found on approach.
Visitors and holidaymakers will also benefit from a full on-site laundrette and Wi-Fi across the park, which they can access for free. The park positions itself as ideal for family excursions and short breaks for couples looking to get closer to the countryside and history the county is known for. It is part of the Thornley Leisure holiday parks catalogue, owned by an experienced name in leisure park and family holiday facilities.
The owners refer to the park as a ‘hidden gem’, close to lake views and rolling countryside, based away from public access. However, holidaymakers will still be able to find it easy to head to and from.
The park offers a laid-back neighbourhood, allowing holidaymakers to enjoy independent trips away while being able to get to know fellow holidayers in the area if they wish.
About Lakeside’s Location
The location is rural and green, with the park setting up to bring families and couples closer to Cheshire's countryside. It is a short distance from the town of Winsford, where visitors will find daily necessities and amenities, shops and services. There are also further leisure facilities and cafés out in the town, a short drive away.
Winsford will also allow visitors to connect to wider towns and villages across Cheshire through its train station and public transport links. This means that anyone visiting the park without a car can get out and explore with independence.
The site is accessible via Winsford heading down off the A54, and accessible at the edge of Bottom Flash lake. It is also accessible from the A530, heading across Clive Green Lane, which drivers will find heading down from Middlewich.
The development is built to offer convenience and countryside views. Cheshire is famous for its historic towns but many holidaymakers may wish to explore the hidden greenery. The park is off the beaten track enough for a secluded holiday. Villages and amenities in the local area are accessible on foot, though visitors can also explore the area via bus as well as on train connections travelling far and wide.
Things to Do
The resort positions close to historic Cheshire, popular countryside walks and family attractions. Chester is one of the closest cities to the park and is popular with holidaymakers keen to explore ancient Roman history. It has a variety of museums, theatres and other cultural points of interest.
Chester’s famous city walls and racecourse are two of the main points of interest for tourists and visitors, while its cathedral may also appeal to those interested in the local history and heritage.
Cheshire is also home to various listed buildings, public homes and castles, making it a potential break away for history lovers in general. Visitors may wish to explore the local villages and towns purely for the restaurants and bars, all of which are very easy to get to from the park itself. Other towns and cities close to the park to drive to include Macclesfield, Crewe and Stoke, and Manchester is easy to access towards the North East through public transport links, the M6 and M62.
Visitors to the park may also wish to explore the Peak District, which is accessible via car heading out East. To the West, holidaymakers can also visit Ellesmere Port and the River Mersey, which cuts through Liverpool.
Lakeside Caravan Park will appeal to visitors who are looking for new walks for their dogs and for interesting family days out. The park aims to offer as many inclusive facilities on-site holidaymakers are likely to need each day.
Lakeside Caravan Park