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You know us, we’re a sucker for a place with a bit of family heritage, and if you’re the same, look no further than Claylands Caravan Park. The Robinsons have owned Claylands for more than 50 years, when it was a simple 14-acre farm. Since then, it’s been transformed into a perfectly landscaped holiday park, while keeping an edge of wilderness that campers and caravanners love.
Sitting on the meandering banks of the River Wyre, surrounded by more than 5000 indigenous trees, one thing you’re sure to wind up doing is looking out for the area’s more permanent residents, from squirrels to foxes, deer to rabbits, and twitchers - keep a beady eye open for the 85 different species overhead too.
Aside from the carefully pruned hedges, shrubs and trees on site, you’ll find all manner of amenities sprouting up to make your stay all the more fruitful. Planted close to the pitches is a free and modern loo and shower block, a well-equipped laundry room with two washers and two dryers (coin-operated), and washing-up facilities to have your crockery shining, all of which are open 24 hours and kept spotless. The grass gets greener still - drinking water taps and waste water disposal points are placed around the park for your convenience too.
Avid anglers will be hooked at Claylands as they cast a line into the park’s four well-stocked and very well-maintained fishing ponds. Abundant with roach, carp and tench, the scale of catches to be had here is any-fin but ordinary...brill-iant in fact. Too many fish puns? Gillty. Really though, the site’s efforts to maintain these ponds is very impressive and each will provide hours of enjoyment and relaxation. A charge of £6 per person per day is in place to fish at Claylands and remember to bring your own licence from the post office, as well as all your own equipment.
Other facilities on site include a handy shop for the essentials, a kids' adventure playground to make grownups green with envy, and an indoor pool table. Light snacks and home-cooked meals can be wolfed down at Stepping Stones Riverside Bar and Restaurant, just adjacent to the park (open Tuesday-Sunday), which even has a takeaway service. With pretty views from inside the restaurant and a spacious green garden for dining outside, Stepping Stones welcomes guests all year round.
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