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Camping in North West England

43 campsites in England, North West

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Willowbank Touring Park

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2023, 2022, 2021, 2020

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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Burrs Country Park Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

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...

Chester Fairoaks Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

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...

Southport Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

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 Country Park Caravan and Motorhome Club Site

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

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...

Hollingworth Lake Caravan Park

Nestling behind the picturesque Hollingworth lake at the foot of the Pennines close to the town of Littleborough and only 3 miles from Exit 2...

Yatehouse Farm Touring Park

Yatehouse Farm caravan park is set on an established working farm, boasting 25 pitches spread across carefully maintained grounds. The site was opened over 3...

Royal Umpire Caravan Park

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...

Wilcocks Farm Caravan Site

Wilcocks Farm Site is a spacious, landscaped site near the pretty village of Rivington on the edge of the West Pennine Moors. Situated between Rivington...

Peel FC TT Campsite

Peel FC TT Campsite offers great value tent camping with well-equipped facilities, close to the quaint town of Peel. It is a great base for...

Marbury Camp and Lodge

Marbury Camp and Lodge is a site that overlooks the breath-taking Cheshire Plains and is a small, open all year rural site close to the...

Crowden Camping & Caravanning Club Site

Crowden Camping & Caravanning Club site enjoys a remote location at the Northern end of the Peak District National Park. The area is a Mecca...

Bay View Holiday Park

Bay View has been developed by the Holgate family into an excellent addition to their group. Situated on the north Lancashire coast, the park is...

Moss Wood Caravan Park

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...

Liverpool Marina Car Park

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...

Foxes Bank Farm

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...

Riverside Holiday Park

Situated by a busy road on the outskirts of the Lancashire coastal town of Southport, Riverside Holiday Park covers 80 acres and has a total...

Elm Cottage Touring Park

Elm Cottage has an unusual facility for such a small site – a pizza oven, open most Fridays during July & August and all Fridays...

Bluebell Wilds Campsite

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...

North West England

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.

What to see in North West England


The miles of beautiful North West countryside offer 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 activity 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.

Places of interest

Places of interest

Liverpool Football Club
Liverpool Football Club
  • Cheshire: Tatton Park in Knutsford; Chester Cathedral and Zoo; Cheshire Military Museum; Lyme Park stately home in Macclesfield; Beeston Castle; Blue Planet Aquarium at Ellesmere Port.
  • Lancashire: Williamson Park, castle and leisure park in Lancaster; Blackpool tower and illuminations; Morecambe Bay; Hoghton Tower and National Museum of Football in Preston.
  • Merseyside: Liverpool Football Club Museum and Tour Centre; The Beatles Story Museum; Speke Hall garden and estate; The Wirral Country Park; Williamson Tunnels Heritage Centre.
  • Greater Manchester: Imperial War Museum North; Manchester United Football Club  Museum; The Lowry; The Trafford Centre.
Did you know?

Did you know?

  • The first public gallery to open in England was in Liverpool in 1877.
  • Lancaster Castle is infamous as host to the Pendle witch trials of 1612.
  • The first passenger railway station was built in Manchester.
  • Carnforth station was the location for David Lean’s 1945 film Brief Encounter.
  • Ramsbottom holds an annual two-day chocolate festival in spring.
  • Morecambe Bay is notorious for its shifting sands and treacherous currents but can be crossed on foot with a guide.
  • Opened in 1894, the Blackpool Tower was copied from the Eiffel Tower; the height to the top of the flagpole is 518 feet 9 inches.