This quiet, well equipped, family park beside the Abbey ruins has views over open farmland. It is an ideal base for a longer stay with plenty of interest in the local area, including Ormskirk parish church, unusual for having both a tower and a spire. The park is divided into small paddocks, one of which is for privately owned seasonal units, one for tents, the other for touring units. The 60 touring pitches, all with 16A electricity, 12 of which have water and waste water, are on hardstanding, separated by small shrubs and colourful flower borders. Mature trees provide shade in parts. Its proximity to the M6 makes this an ideal stopover site when travelling north.
Amenities include a farm walk and a small, free lending library with a good stock of tourist information. There are plenty of routes for walkers from the park. A member of the Countryside Discovery group.