Queensland Country Park offer a unique opportunity for you to design and buy your own holiday lodge home in our small and exclusive rural development located within the beautiful Lancashire countryside.
Ten exclusive waterside holiday lodges, designed to blend into the natural environment available to own and for you to enjoy all year round.
Your lodge will be home from home, somewhere you can relax and unwind. Perhaps indulge in a scenic walk around the park and take in the fresh coastal air whilst delighting in birdlife that reside here or just sit back and enjoy an afternoon of coarse fishing at our beautiful fishing lake.
Set in 7.5 acres of tranquil countryside we are ideally located on the outskirts of the pretty village of Hambleton near to the historic market towns of Poulton Le-Fylde, Garstang, Thornton-Cleveleys and Fleetwood.
At junction 3 of the M55 motorway, take the A585 exit road towards Kirkham/Fleetwood.
At the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Fleetwood Road (A585).
In 3.4 miles at the traffic lights, turn left onto Garstang New Road (A585) and continue to follow the A585.
At the next set of traffic lights, opposite the Shell petrol station, follow the A585 toward Fleetwood.
After 2 miles turn right at the traffic lights onto Shard Road (A588) towards Hambleton.
Drive over the Shard Bridge. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Shard Lane (A588) and continue to follow the A588 for approx. 1.2 miles.
As you follow the road you will pass a Spar/Texaco petrol station on your right, The Shovels Pub on your left, Ryecroft Hall restaurant on your right and then The Village News also on your right. You are now on Carr Lane and Queensland Country Park is situated approximately 300 meters on your left hand side. Please look out for a flag which will indicate that you have arrived at your destination.
You will enter the park through security gates, which have a keypad. When the gates open, drive down the 100 metre tree lined drive onto the park. The entrance is directly ahead.
We (Peter & Michele Thompson) live at the house Queensland, situated to the left of the entrance of the park and we own the business. In 1997 we planted over 4,000 trees. These have since matured into beautiful woodland creating a peaceful habitat for nature and a relaxing location for many to enjoy. The park has evolved from a 5 pitch touring caravan certified site to two sites, with the second a 10 pitch touring caravan park and recently we are please to announce that we have gained planning permission to introduce just 10 luxury holiday lodges available to buy.
Over the years the park has been sympathetically designed to support and encourage a variety of wildlife including deer, foxes, rabbits, hares and many different types of birds, butterflies and dragonflies.
Located in Hambleton village we are ideally situated to visit the pretty, market town of Poulton-le-Fylde. With its unique shops, market, historic St Chad’s church, cafes, restaurants and traditional Ale Houses you are bound to enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this lovely little town. Poulton also has its own railway station, so it’s easy to get to.
If you want entertainment then with Blackpool just over 7 miles away you can visit the Tower (ballroom, circus, dungeon & aquarium), 3 piers, The beach, Opera House, Winter Gardens, Ice Show, Madame Tussauds Waxworks, Grundy Art Gallery, Zoo, Waterworld, The Pleasure Beach, Illuminations, Stanley Park, Comedy Carpet, Sea Life Centre, Casinos and amusements.
Other quieter seaside towns nearby include Cleveleys with its beach and beautiful new promenade, Vue cinema, and shopping area. The new tramway connection can take you either south to Blackpool or north to Fleetwood, which enjoys regular market days. You can visit Freeport shopping outlet village and marina which are great for a day out or perhaps an evening at the 1930’s art deco building of The Marine Hall, which plays host to many excellent shows and festivals.
If you enjoy being at one with nature and want a more peaceful day out then you might like to visit the Wyre Estuary Country Park. The friendly rangers are always on hand for a guided walk so don’t forget the binoculars for some serious bird watching or even your bike for a ride along the banks of the estuary.
Other charming towns nearby, include Garstang, the home of local cheese-makers Dewlay and Lytham which holds a Festival of music annually. In past years acts have included Tom Jones, Alfie Boe and Katherine Jenkins.
At 16 miles away from the park, The City of Lancaster proudly presents its historical castle along with Williamson Park nearby with its hidden follies and stunning Edwardian designed butterfly house. Passing right through the centre of the town is the peaceful Lancaster Canal, where you can watch the passing canal boats cruise by and enjoy the abundance of wildlife it supports.
Our beautiful coarse fishing lake is set in lush natural woodland that was originally planted in 1997 and is considered by those who have fished here as a bit of a hidden gem. Located next to the lodge park, our fishing lake which was established and stocked almost 20 years ago, is located in a peaceful and restful setting.
The lake has many pegs and is stocked with a variety of fish species including Carp 30lb+ (Common, Mirror, Crucian, Ghost and Koi) , Tench, Perch and Rudd.
The large ornamental fishing pond, stocked for coarse fishing, is located on the lodge park itself and is for the exclusive enjoyment and use of the owners, friends and family of the lodges.
Queensland Country Park