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Camping in North West England

41 campsites in England, North West

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Well situated for the Sefton coast and Southport, Willowbank Holiday Home & Touring Park is set on the edge of sand dunes amongst mature, -windswept...

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Just a short walk from Southport Caravan and Motorhome Club site, you will find yourself in the heart of the elegant Victorian seaside town of...

Wirral is a peninsula of great natural beauty, and the Wirral Country Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set right in the midst of...

Blackpool South Caravan and Motorhome Club site is ideally located for visiting the attractions of Blackpool, Lytham St. Annes and beyond. Located just off the...

Chester Fairoaks Caravan and Motorhome Club site is a pleasant, open and level site in Cheshire bordered by oak trees. It is conveniently placed just...

Burrs Country Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site is surrounded by a country park, and on an historic cotton mill site, this site is perfectly...

Arranged on well maintained grass, on farmland with views towards the Welsh hills, this family owned and orientated site has a small swimming pool for...

Beacon Fell View commands a beautiful view across the Ribble Valley. There are a total of 438 pitches, 75 for tourers, all with 10A electricity...

Eastham Hall is a well established, family run park set in rural Lancashire between the Victorian town of Lytham and the pretty village of Wrea...

Cheshire’s largest area of woodland surrounds Delamere Forest Camping & Caravanning Club site. Located in the west of the county near Chester, Delamere Forest covers...

Lady Heyes is a new site situated on Frodsham Hill with views over the Cheshire Plain, just two miles from the old town of Frodsham...

Clitheroe Camping & Caravanning Club site is to be found in Lancashire’s Ribble Valley, south of the Forest of Bowland. The Forest of Bowland is...

Bluebell Wilds is a small adults-only site on the Cheshire/Shropshire border, half an hour's drive to Chester and just under an hour to Liverpool. Bluebell...

Bridge House Marina Caravan Park is a family-owned and family-run site, located on the banks of the Picturesque Lancaster canal, which is ideal for long...

Conveniently located only 10 minutes drive from Chester, Oakwood Farm Touring Park is a spacious family friendly site which opened in 2017. Oakwood Farm Touring...

Little Orchard Caravan Park was given its name as it is located opposite the Johnsons’ prize-winning apple orchard. The park has been designed to provide...

Foxes Bank is a little gem set on the family working dairy farm. There are beautiful views with many footpaths to explore the area. It...

Moss Wood is a well established park in a secluded rural location near the village of Cockerham. You can be sure of a friendly welcome...

For some time motorhome stopovers have been allowed at Liverpool Marina. In March 2018 the formal planning application was refused and the Marina are currently...

Royal Umpire is a spacious park near the coast and the M6 for overnight or longer stays. The entrance to the park is past a...

North West

The northwest region boasts a wealth of industrial heritage with undiscovered countryside, the vibrant cities of Manchester and Liverpool, the seaside resorts of Blackpool and Morecambe Bay, plus miles of glorious coastline, home to a wide variety of bird species.

The miles of beautiful, North West countryside offers endless opportunities for recreation. For the more active, the peaceful plains of Cheshire are a walker’s haven with endless trails to choose from. Lancashire is also good walking country, with way-marked paths passing through the outstanding forest of Bowland, which affords marvellous views over the Lake District in Cumbria and the Yorkshire Dales. Birdwatchers are catered for too, with the coast offering some of the best bird spotting activitiy in the country, most notably along the Sefton coast and around the Wirral Peninsula. The region’s cities have their own charm. Manchester, with its fabulous shopping centres and vibrant nightlife, boasts a rich Victorian heritage; the maritime city of Liverpool has more museums and galleries than any other UK city outside London; Lancaster features fine Georgian buildings and an imposing Norman castle; while Chester is renowned for its medieval architecture and shopping galleries. And offering good, old-fashioned seaside fun is Blackpool. England’s most popular seaside resort is packed full of lively entertainment and attractions, such as the white knuckle rides at the pleasure beach, amusement games on the pier and the observation decks in the famous Tower.