With staycations likely to be the popular first choice for holidaymakers this year, once restrictions have been lifted, we take a look at some of the best campsites and holiday parks in Lancashire.
1. Windy Harbour Holiday Park, Blackpool
Windy Harbour offers a beautiful base for those wanting to staycation on the Fylde coast. The park features holiday homes for sale and hire, two touring areas and holiday pods. Facilities including a swimming pool complex, sports bar, and bistro.
2. South Lakeland Leisure Village, Carnforth
Just a 15 minute drive from the Lake District National Park, South Lakeland Leisure Village boasts a range of facilities, including the Waters Edge Restaurant and a state-of-the-art leisure centre with a gym, spa and indoor heated swimming pool.
Photo: Geoff Harris
3. Lantern and Larks, Bleasdale
Just 20 minutes south of Lancaster, this glamping site is located at the end of a private country lane with the Bowland Fells as a perfect backdrop. The site is a perfect base for exploring with many local footpaths, cycleways and bridleways nearby.
Photo: Lantern and Larks
4. Ocean Edge Holiday Park, Heysham
Located right on the seafront offering fantastic views of the Irish Sea, Ocean Edge has plenty to keep visitors entertained, from the indoor pool and sauna to soft play and an outdoor playground for kids.
Photo: Parkdean Resorts