In a superb location overlooking Morecambe Bay, Hollins Farm lies between two of North Lancashire’s most picturesque coastal villages, Silverdale and Arnside. The park comprises several fields divided by trees. There are 73 pitches in all, with 12 for touring units (all with 16A electricity, water and TV connections), plus 23 grass pitches for tents. The addition of two camping pods is planned. Large units may have some difficulty negotiating the narrow country lanes. The site’s facilities block is built in local stone and provides visitors with high quality facilities, plus a games room and TV lounge. Visitors may also use the excellent facilities at Holgates’ nearby Silverdale Park.
These amenities include a bar, restaurant and leisure facilities with an indoor pool and gym. There is also entertainment in high season and sports activities for children. This is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it is very popular walking country. Leaflets may be obtained from reception. A 20 minute walk takes you to the nearest pub, or ten more minutes to reach Silverdale village where there are more pubs, village shops and a restaurant. The RSPB’s Leighton Moss at Silverdale is home to some of the UK’s rarest birds, including the elusive Bittern.