Oakmere Country Park, Cheshire

Lodges at Oakmere Country Park

Two Bed Pemberton Rivendale (40x20)

Oakmere Country Park

Two Bed Pemberton Rivendale (40x20)




Holiday Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Oakmere Country Park Have?

Picturesque location
Landscaped grounds
Public transport links


Are you considering buying a lodge at Oakmere Country Park? Set in a peaceful, countryside location with expansive green fields and plentiful outdoor activities. Oakmere Country Park also benefits from easy access to the vibrant cities of Chester, Manchester and Liverpool. The perfect combination of peace and the activity of the city centres. 

This park is nestled in the picturesque and relaxing landscape of the Cheshire Plain. Each of the lodges boast views of the woodlands and open fields. 

From its position at the heart of the agricultural landscape of the Cheshire Plain, it is a tranquil setting, there are 81-holiday homes and lodges, and all will enjoy unspoiled views of the Cheshire countryside. They are all impeccably maintained and modern, with excellent facilities and amenities.

About Oakmere Country Park

Oakmere Country Park is owned and maintained by the highly experienced UK Leisure Parks. A family company that has been established for more than 20 years. They have an award-winning portfolio of luxury leisure parks in rural locations across the North West. Their parks are expertly maintained, boasting meticulous landscaping and grounds. 

U.K Leisure Parks was established over 20 years ago when the McCarthy family bought and developed their first residential park in the village of Church Minshull, in the heart of Cheshire. Still very much a family company, they now look after a carefully chosen, award-winning portfolio of secure gated communities, in quiet, accessible and semi-rural locations, across the North West.

Their parks are well maintained, beautifully landscaped and cared for by their in-house team of gardeners and maintenance experts. Many of their leisure parks feature fishing lakes and open landscaped grounds dotted with fountains and sculptures.


The park is in the village of Oakmere and is near an array of specialist food and farm shops, selling local produce including the famous Cheshire Cheese and Cheshire Potatoes. Cheshire is also renowned for its hidden gems: intriguing museums, exquisite stately homes, beautiful gardens and countryside to explore, alongside special events programmes of arts and festivals. 

Oakmere County Park benefits from a location that has it all, being close to three unique cities, while maintaining the serenity and visual beauty of the countryside—sitting in one of Chesire’s most idyllic, unspoilt areas. The park is in the perfect location to enjoy outdoor pursuits and relax in nature. With Delamere Forest only a short drive away. Oakmere village is situated on the A556 20 minutes to M6 junction19 & M56 Junction 10. It can be reached from Manchester Airport by car and is only 40 minutes away from the Trafford Centre.

The Local Area

The developments picturesque setting is in one of Cheshire’s greenest areas, close to a multitude of activities, outdoor pursuits. Thus making it the perfect base between relaxation and the buzz of activity.

Oakmere Village

Oakmere Village Is a quaint and picture-perfect village in the heart of Cheshire, in the north-west. Surrounded by Cheshire’s famous red sandstone buildings in rural villages and cities alike. Oakmere is not short of local pubs which serve delicious food. It has easy links to Manchester and Liverpool. Even closer to Frodsham and Chester and is the neighbouring village of Delamere.The 

Delamere Forest and Visitor Centre 

The Delamere Forest and Visitor Centre is only a short drive away or accessible by its very own train station. The forest offers leisurely trails that are suitable for a mixture of abilities as well as a hike that leads you to a view of Liverpool’s awe-inspiring skyline. The centre also offers orienteering courses, and the lake is perfect for a light refreshment and wildlife spotting. 


The historic city of Chester is only a 20-minute drive away. Chester is rich with magnificent architecture and historical landmarks. It is surrounded by a 2-Mile ring of Medieval and Roman Wall. Home to the oldest racecourse in the country and filled with half-timbered buildings that house the wine bars, shops, restaurants and cafes of the 2-tiered Rows in the City Centre. The Roman Ampi-Theatre is the oldest of its kind in the UK, dating back to the latest century AD. The food and drink scene of central Chester is thriving, offering everything from fine dining and luxurious afternoon teas, to modern wine bars and street food. 

Cheshire Oaks

Within half an hour’s drive of the park is the country’s largest designer outlet village Cheshire Oaks. An open-air shopping village, full to the brim of high-end brands, in a comfortable environment. With plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes to take the weight off your feet.


Northwich is only 10 minutes away from Oakmere Country Park. The thriving market town has a large offering of things to do and discover. There are many shops to enjoy, including an array of independent businesses offering unique faire, from crafts, to books and boutiques. There is a vibrant and interesting heritage to explore in Northwich. Such as the Weaver Hall Museum and Workhouse, the feat of engineering that is the Anderson Boat Lift as well as the famous Bull Ring, and most excitingly, the Lion Salt Works. A standing example of Nothwich’s close ties to the salt industry. 


On the Cheshire plain between the Peak District and the Welsh mountains is the historical town of Knutsford. Only 20 minutes aways from the site this affluent town is close to Cheshire’s Golden Triangle. Famed for being a foodie destination, Knutsford has a delicious selection of top-notch restaurants and gastro pubs.

Tatton Park

Just north of Knutsford is the National Trust estate of Tatton Park. Hosting well over a hundred events annually, Tatton Park consists of Tatton Hall, Tatton Old Hall, Tatton Park Gardens and a deer park of over 2,000 acres. 

The Jodrell Bank Observatory 

Within 25 minutes of Oakmere Park is a Jodrell Bank Observatory, one of the most specific heritage sites anywhere. The award-winning Jodrell Bank played a substantial role in the scientific development of Radio Astronomy. Making it a significant destination to visit and absorb it has been awarded the UNESCO World Heritage Site status, which means that it now holds international recognition and global significance. This year the Observatory’s programme includes the First Light Project, marking 75 years since Sir Bernard Lovell began scanning the skies. 

Why Buy at Oakmere Country Park? 

Oakmere Country park is made up of relaxing and luxurious holiday lodges. With open plan living spaces and high specification fitted kitchens, large bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and fitted furniture. All set within manicured lawns and the open green areas of the Cheshire Countryside. Its location boasts the very best of both a serene country living and access to unique towns and cities. The park itself will feel like a breath of fresh air, but one that is within easy reach of the hustle and bustle.

With their 20 years of experience and family-run dynamic UK Leisure Parks pride themselves on their safe and secure gated communities, being maintained and cared for by experts. Their leisure parks also contain fishing lakes and open landscaped grounds dotted with fountains and sculptures.


Oakmere Country Park