North West Caravan Holidays
With so many options and with something on offer for everybody, it is no surprise that so many choose to holiday in the North West of England but from our point of view, the great news is that the region is also home to many fantastic caravan holiday parks.
North West Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in the North West of England.
|Company||Park Name/ Location||Review||Info|
|1||Marton Mere, Blackpool, Lancashire||Review||Book
|3||Cala Gran, Fleetwood, Lancashire||Review||Book
Caravan Holidays North West
There is a fantastic range of caravan holiday parks just waiting to be found in the North West of England and the good news is that here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you all you need to know to find the very best caravan holiday park for you and your family.
We bring you are reviews, the facilities on park, accommodation options and information on how to book a holiday on the park.
For many parks, we also bring you fantastic special offers and more to make the most of any North West caravan holiday.
The North West of England is made up of the counties of Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside.
When it comes to caravan holidays, the two counties that many holidaymaker swill instantly think about when asked about the North West are Lancashire and Cumbria.
Lancashire, known as the Red Rose County, is an historic county that is perhaps most commonly associated as the epicentre of the industrial revolution but whilst the major cities and urban areas still prove popular with visitors and locals alike, it is the beautiful coastline and idyllic countryside of Lancashire that attracts holidaymakers.
The biggest holiday resort is the always popular Blackpool which is home to many caravan holiday parks and many iconic attractions including Blackpool Tower and the Pleasure Beach theme park.
Cheshire is a mostly rural county that sits in the South West of the North West region, which makes it an ideal base not only for exploring the region but for also visiting North Wales.
The county town of Chester is an historic city famed for its beautiful Tudor shopping streets as well as its zoo.
Aside from the million pound mansions of business CEO’s and footballers, modern Cheshire is perhaps famed mostly for the big Rugby League sides that play in the county with the Warrington Wolves been one of the biggest club sides in the world and the Widnes Vikings, who have also played topflight Super League rugby.
Cumbria is a county that links the North West of England with the South West of Scotland that is known for its natural beauty.
When most people think of Cumbria, there are 2 things that come to mind and that is the rugged coastline of the county and the idyllic beauty of the Lake District.
It is along the beautiful coastline and amongst the lakes and mountains of the Lake District where the majority of caravan holiday parks are located in Cumbria.
Greater Manchester was historically part of the counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire but as one of the fastest growing areas in the country in terms of population, the county came into existence in the 1970’s. Comprising of 10 boroughs; Bolton, Bury, Oldham, Rochdale, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Wigan, Manchester and Salford, the county is dominated by city with which it takes its name from.
Merseyside is a county made up of 5 boroughs; Knowsley, St Helens, Sefton, Wirral and the city of Liverpool, which are all, as you would expect, based along the banks of the River Mersey.
The county is mostly known for the historic and cultural hot spot city of Liverpool but the area is also home to beautiful rural areas and even popular seaside resorts.
Whilst a rural and coastal region, especially when it comes to holidays, the North West can also be broken down into it’s key urban areas with the largest towns and cities been Manchester, Liverpool, Warrington, Preston, Blackpool and Chester.
The North West of England is home to many great seaside resorts with the areas biggest resort been Blackpool, which is one of the UK’s leading all action resorts.
Morcambe is a much more relaxed seaside town and resort, whilst Southport is a is perfectly placed in between as it is more relaxed than Blackpool but it has much more on offer to holidaymakers than Morcambe.
Located to the north of Blackpool and offering easy access via the famous seafront tramway, Fleetwood offers a small number of attractions and it is a good option for those wanting a relaxing base whilst still been close to the action for days out.
If you just like to take in the sea air and enjoy walks along the seafront or on a beach, Silverdale, Formby, Crosby and Cleveleys are great choices.
But of course, it is the caravan holiday parks themselves that draw people to the region on a caravan holiday in the North West of England and thankfully that is an area where the region excels.
Whilst it’s true the North West doesn’t have the sheer number of caravan holiday parks of some parks of the UK it lacks nothing in quality. From smaller parks in rural areas to all action parks by the seaside.
Holidays in North West England
No matter what type of caravan holiday park you are after here at CaraHols.co.uk we can help you find the right one for you. We understand that it can be difficult to find a caravan holiday park that suits all in your family. Whilst parents may want a quiet base to relax from the stresses of life, kids want an all action park with facilities and activities to fill each day of the holiday.
For many it is of course the cost of the holiday that determines the park but the great news with a caravan holiday park is that you pay per accommodation and not per person for caravan holidays North West.
No matter if you prefer large all action holiday parks to smaller, relaxed caravan parks, their is something on offer for everybody in the North West.
We review many caravan parks from the region, bringing you details on the onsite facilities, the accommodation options as well as details on how to book holiday and what special offers are available.