Excellent dining just minutes away.
Just a few minutes away from Wilson House Holiday Park is the delightful The Cartford Inn. Loved by locals, here you can get excellent food and drink every day of the week.
With its dramatic landscapes, the Lake District National Park is right on our doorstep. An oasis of walking, climbing and exploring awaits. If you would like to explore The Lake District, it is just a short journey away and perfect for day trips so that you can enjoy a lovely day out in this most breathtaking of places. Guides, maps and advice are all on hand at Wilson House Holiday Park!
The Blackpool and Fylde coast is easily reached from Wilson House Holiday Park and there is much to enjoy from the big rides and the iconic Tower to the more subtle beauties of big skies and sands. It's not just Blackpool though - the market towns of Poulton-le-Fylde, Garstang and Scorton are nearby for you to discover as well as St Annes-on-Sea, Lytham, Cleveleys and Fleetwood, all of which have wonderful offerings.
Cinema, curling, bowling, crazy golf, dining & garden centre.
Lancashire's newest leisure venue offers a range of exciting activities under one grass covered roof.
A Surprising and Exciting Maze
On its dedicated 12 acres site at Mount Farm, Singleton Maize Maze always has a surprise in store for its visitors. With a challenging and unique maze, created in a growing crop of corn on the cob maize, which grows between 8 and 10 feet tall.
Serving delicious classic English dishes with a focus on local produce, Chef Ian Piper and his wife Shelley have a local gem of a restaurant, with a unique and charming atmosphere.
The Barn's take on England's most beloved ritual, afternoon tea is available every day from 2pm to 4pm. Start with a selection of sandwiches, before moving on to homemade cakes and pastries.
Three generations of the Walling family operate this working farm with a diverse range of enterprises, including homemade ice cream, cakes, and chocolate.
Dewlay Cheesemakers was founded by George Kenyon in 1957. A keen dairyman, he decided to set up his own cheesemaking dairy in the heart of Garstang. Since then, Dewlay has earned a reputation for producing the very best Lancashire cheeses.
A course of two halves, the first nine holes go along the side of the Estuary with fabulous views of the river Wyre. When the tide is in and the boats are sailing, teeing off on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th is breathtaking.
John Ditchfield is a leading British glassblower with over 30 years' experience, specialising in producing bespoke antiques of the future as well as architectural glasswork. Studio tours and lessons are available.
Seeking to create a unique high end product whilst exploring styles from around the world, FYA, based at Moss Edge Farm, Cockerham, currently have a range of eight core beers, from a traditional golden ale, to a jacked up IPA, and everything in between.
A historic market town which still holds its weekly market, which has been running every Thursday since 1310! Set on the banks of the River Wyre, the town is steeped in history with beautiful architecture, abundant wildlife and array of activities.
Greenhalgh Castle was built in the late fifteenth century on lands confiscated from a former supporter of Richard III. During the Civil War it was a key Royalist outpost in Lancashire and was subjected to a protracted siege, after which it was slighted to prevent further military use.
Poulton-le-Fylde is a market town, not far from the Fylde Coast. It has a compact but busy town centre, with market day every Monday. There’s plenty of places to eat and drink, and a vibrant nightlife.
Blackpool's local gun club welcomes you to the adrenaline-fuelled sport of clay pigeon shooting.
Operating for over 50 years, Black Knights Parachute Centre is the longest running skydiving centre in the country, with British Skydiving qualified instructors offering a very high standard of skydiving instruction.
Whether indoors or outdoors, Preesall Indoor Archery and Air Rifle Centre offers an extremely varied programme throughout the year in Preesall, Poulton-Le-Fylde, with an archery centre operating all year round, and an indoor 25 metre air rifle range, as well as an outdoor shooting range.
England's dark history, with tales of persecution, incarceration, punishment and execution, has been lived out over the centuries within the confines of Lancaster Castle.
The Forest of Bowland, also known as the Bowland Fells, is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, made up of barren gritstone fells, deep valleys and peat moorlands, mostly in north-east Lancashire.
Williamson Park in the city of Lancaster is home to the iconic Ashton Memorial and 54 acres of park and woodland, with spectacular views across Morecambe Bay to the Lake District fells. Park attractions include the Butterfly House, small animal zoo, and a fully licensed cafe with free WiFi.
The construction of the Lancaster Canal was first proposed in the 18th century, to facilitate the transportation of coal from the south of Lancashire to the farmlands surrounding North Lancashire and the towns of Lancaster and Preston.
Morecambe Bay is a large estuary in northwest England, just to the south of the Lake District National Park. It is the largest expanse of intertidal mudflats and sand in the United Kingdom, stretching from the south west coast of Cumbria to Fleetwood in Lancashire, taking in coastal towns such as Grange Over Sands, Morecambe and Heysham.
Just six miles from the bright lights of Blackpool, Lytham and St Annes, Fylde, are worlds apart in both character and atmosphere. The dual seaside towns are nestled along a picturesque stretch of coastline lined with well tended lawns, a boating lake, and pretty parks.
Beacon Fell is a fell in the civil parish of Goosnargh in Lancashire, England. It has been a Country Park since 1970. It is situated on the edge of the Forest of Bowland, and consists of 271 acres of woodland, moorland and farmland. The Beacon Fell summit is 266 metres above sea level, and offers spectacular views of the Forest of Bowland and Morecambe Bay.
“Weather was awful so lounge with tv & honesty bar, complimentary tea & coffee was amazing. Staff were really friendly & helpful. The site was well kept & clean. Dog exercise field liked by our Beagle. Electric, water & drainage on pitch. Shower block, toilets & washing up areas high standard. Close to bright lights of Blackpool or a day around the lakes. Ten out of ten!”
“Staff were lovely... peace and quiet... very clean facilities, and loved the honesty bar, which wasn’t expensive, you can also take your own drinks and snacks if you prefer .. can’t wait to visit again!”
“Lovely welcome, very helpful and friendly, lovely accommodation, clean, and especially the addition of a gas bbq on the decking which we’ve never had before, even though it was November we were able to use it. Hot tub lovely and warm. Would definitely stay again.”
Sandra - November 2019
“If you want to come for a relaxing break, then this is for you. The site is set in lovely surroundings. The toilet/shower block was immaculate, the pitches were fully serviced. The staff couldn't have been more friendly & helpful. We will definitely be going back.”
“Great place for peace and quiet. We went twice within about 6 weeks. Thoroughly enjoyed it. Will be going again soon. Friendly, helpful staff. Great lodges. Spotlessly clean and new. Hot tub is amazing.”
Peter - November 2019
“Friendly, accommodating staff who are also owners of the park. Very clean, lovely chill out area with honesty drinks bar. Wonderful idea. Large pitches and all the amenities we needed.”
“Fab holiday park, for a weekend break. The lodge has everything you need and the park owners are super helpful.”
Sophie - October 2019
“ The whole stay was fantastic!! Great pitches, well managed!! Highest standards of hospitality and very welcoming!! Definitely recommend and going back!!”