Set back in the pretty village of Mere Brow, The Caravan Park is sheltered in a quiet setting, surrounded by mature trees and shrubs and offers 125 pitches most of which are serviced pitches. Modern amenities include a nearby toilet/shower and laundry block and facilities for the disabled.Our resident warden is on hand to ensure that you enjoy a happy and secure stay.
You’ll never find a better place more ideally suited from which to explore the surrounding towns, villages and cities. Within a few miles radius you can enjoy all the fun of the fair at the traditional seaside resorts of Southport and the Fylde Coast, each with exciting amusements, rides, top shows, beautiful marinas and gardens.
Southport’s famous Victorian shopping arcades, the historic Market Towns of Ormskirk, Preston and Clitheroe and the busy shopping and cultural centres of Liverpool and Manchester, leave even the most enthusiastic shopper and theatre goer spoilt for choice.
Leisure Lakes has it all
Spread over 300 acres of spectacular countryside, caravanners and campers will discover a unique combination of coastal and countryside experiences to please all the family, right on the doorstep, all year round.
Leisure Lakes activities
Perhaps a quiet spot of fishing or bird-watching would suit and for those with a real sense of adventure there’s plenty of interesting cycling tracks to follow.
For the young and energetic, frontline paint-balling gives hours of amusement, whilst smaller children can enjoy the Adventure Playground close to the Western Frontier Pub.
Wildlife and Countryside
The whole area is perfect for delightful scenic walks, a haven for wildlife and wildflowers, with plenty of opportunity to picnic, play, or simply relax in the tranquillity of the countryside or by the water’s edge.
So if you’re looking for the perfect location to enjoy your camping trip that is also not out of reach of the main attractions of Southport and Formby, and is also packed full of excitement for all the family then book your camping trip with Leisure Lakes today.