Alan Rogers Review
If Blackpool is your holiday destination and your family are looking for lots to do then this Haven Holidays park may well be a suitable choice. Although mainly used for static caravan holiday homes, there are 84 touring pitches with hardstanding, all are fully serviced and have electricity hook ups (10/16A). A few trees give a small amount of shade, but as with a lot of coastal sites, it can be a little windy. During the day buses depart every 30 minutes from the main reception area to Blackpool. On site there is plenty of entertainment including three licensed bars.
There are discos and the Rainbow room where children are entertained. For small children (under 12s), there is the Bradley Bear Club with face painting, disco dancing, games and competitions. In the autumn months, the Blackpool illuminations are a must for young and old alike. Other places to visit include the historic towns of Lytham and Saint Annes, the world of Coronation Street and many fantastic golf courses.
Two heated toilet blocks (key pad entry system) have piped music playing and although of older design are clean and well kept with large preset showers and hairdryers. Each block has a suite for disabled visitors, baby room, family bathroom and launderette. Well stocked supermarket with all day bakery, bars, fast food outlets and new restaurant. Outdoor splash pool and heated indoor pool with flume, jacuzzi and sauna. Amusement arcades, multisports court, crazy golf and bowling. Two children’s clubs with full entertainment schedule.
- Bar on Site
- Facilities for disabled visitors
- Indoor Pool Heated
- Indoor Pool on Site
- Outdoor Pool on Site
- Shop on Site
- Takeaway Food
- Pets allowed
From M55 exit 4, turn right at roundabout taking A583 towards Blackpool. Pass the windmill, then right at the traffic lights by the Clifton Arms into Mythop Road. Park is on the left