Tents and touring caravans are very welcome at Bay View – their extensive park expands across rolling hills and fields. Many pitches have dramatic, uninterrupted views across Morecambe Bay.
Electric hook-ups are available for those who like to bring their home comforts with them and the facilities are clean, warm and modern with plenty of free hot water.
They also have one luxurious holiday home available to hire, please call them on 01524 701508 for prices and availability.
They know that their park is just so good that you’ll want to stay all season long, so they are happy for you to pitch your caravan and just travel to it for a break, giving you more free time to explore the endless activities and countryside within easy reach.
The season runs from 1st March to 31st October
Outdoor Winter Storage
They do have limited outdoor storage available – just ask. (Only available to customers booking a Seasonal Pitch)
Holiday Homes for Hire and For Sale
They have a selection of comfortably-appointed holiday homes for hire. Each modern, 12ft-wide caravan sleeps up to six people and can be reserved for weeks and short breaks throughout the park’s ten-and-a-half-month season. Bay View’s modern 12ft-wide holiday homes offer fully furnished comfortable accommodation for up to 6 persons (1 double room and 2 twin rooms).
* Full-size oven, grill & hob
* Fridge freezer
* Microwave oven
* Crockery, cutlery, pans and cooking utensils provided
* Fire in lounge
* Separate shower room and toilet
* Central heating
* Duvets, pillows and bedlinen
* Travel cot/bed rail available – please ask (NB. Cot is instead of a twin bed/bedding not provided)
* Highchairs available – please ask
* Patio with picnic bench
* Outside lighting
* Gas, electric and VAT included
Special Discounts are available in low season, for seniors and couples.
A short walk from Bay View, along the canal path, brings you to the pretty village of Bolton-le-Sands. Here you can shop at the friendly local butchers, whose meat and eggs are sourced from local farms. There is also a ‘Spar and Potts Pies’, an award winning pie shop. In addition to the new on-site bar and restaurant, there are also 3 popular pubs in the village, as well as a Chinese, an Indian and a Vietnamese restaurant.
Walking in the other direction along the coast, you will find plenty of places to stop for coffee and home-made cakes. The Potting Shed at Bay View Garden Centre is only 10 minutes away and a little further on is Archers at Red Bank Farm.
The seaside town of Morecambe is 3 miles away and is currently undergoing a period of regeneration, with lots of new shops, restaurants and coffee bars.
There is nowhere better than sitting on the golden coloured sands, looking across the bay at the glorious views of the Lakes mountains.
Historic Lancaster, with its two universities, is a city of learning and a city of stories. It is a city where the past and the present blend. Splendid stone facades hark back to its heyday as a Georgian port and quirky independent shops rub shoulders with a smattering of well-known stores. Museums and monuments are enjoyed by old and young, and bars and restaurants bustle with locals.
For miles and miles around is rolling countryside, dotted with sleepy villages, pretty ports and quiet bays.
Kendal – The ‘Gateway to the Lakes’ is only 15 miles away, and provides good shopping facilities, including a market on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Kendal has a theatre and cinema, a 13th Century parish church, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, a museum offering a glimpse of Lakeland life throughout the ages – and mint cake – lots of it.
The Lake District – has beautiful landscapes around the Lakes, which are favourites among walkers, while the forests, fells and waterways provide the setting for many sporting activities. Visit historic villages and famous locations such as the former homes of Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and the poet Wordsworth.
Please visit their website for further information and prices