Seasonal Touring Pitches in the Lancashire
Running from March to November each year, seasonal touring pitches are the perfect option if you are looking for a base to further explore the Ribble Valley and it’s surrounding areas, including the Lancashire countryside.
We have a few seasonal pitch still available, now part way through the season our prices will be readjusted, however a pitch for the full season this year was £2,075 + electricity.
This entitles you to stay for weekends, short breaks and extended holidays from March 1st – November 10th 2020, with a winter storage option available between March and November.
Seasonal touring pitches must be booked in advance over the phone. For all enquiries please contact Holgates Ribble Valley on 01200 445355 or email email@example.com.
Just looking for a short break? We also offer nightly touring pitches, you can find out more here.
For all enquiries on any of the parks contact Holgates Ribble Valley on 01200 445355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter storage is available for an additional £300, covering the storage of your caravan from November 2020 – March 2021. This means you don’t have to worry about moving it, if you are returning for the following season.
Seasonal Touring Facilities
We have seasonal touring pitches reserved to be used throughout the year which offer:
- Level touring field
- Hardstanding pitches
- All pitches serviced with electricity
- Available March – November
We want to ensure your stay with us at Holgates Ribble Valley Holiday Park in Lancashire is filled with fun and great memories, and as part of that we offer easy to access and use on-site facilities, including:
- On-site bar open Friday & Saturday during the main season
- On-site Laundry
- Toilet Block
- Free Wi-Fi
Benefits of Seasonal Touring Pitches
A seasonal touring pitch can be incredibly beneficial for those considering regular trips to the same area. A few reasons why seasonal touring pitches are such a great option include:
- Caravan or Motorhome storage – they give you somewhere safe to keep your caravan or motorhome, with the added benefit of being able to go and stay in them when you want.
- Guaranteed pitches – If you fancy a last-minute trip away with your caravan you’ve already got your space reserved and fully set up.
- Get to know the area – it gives you the opportunity to really explore the local area, just like you live there. The Ribble Valley is a great place to have a seasonal touring pitch, and can act as the gateway to Lancashire and beyond.
- Get to know your neighbours – there’s a great chance to get to know the other regulars who have opted for a seasonal pitch, and widen your network of friends
- Leave it when you go – you don’t have to tow your caravan across the country every time you go away, making it much easier to travel to and from the caravan park.
Things to do in the Local Area
The Ribble Valley is well located to explore Lancashire. There’s a whole host of things to do in the Ribble Valley, from walking and cycling through to learning about the area’s history and exploring picturesque villages.
The Ribble Valley sits on the edge of the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, where you’ll find extensive walking and cycling routes. There are numerous local towns and villages to explore, like Chatburn which is nestled between two bridges near the river Ribble and boasts an excellent ice cream shop and stunning church, or Longbridge, that’s home to 11 pubs and a number of restaurants. Longbridge has stunning views across the surrounding area too.
There are pubs and restaurants throughout the region offering classic dishes and more cutting edge gastronomy. Whether you want to eat in a traditional pub or dine in a country house there’s something for all tastes.
The area is filled with castles, stately homes and incredible natural attractions too. Clitheroe Castle and Museum offers the opportunity to learn all about the area’s rich history, and the Cross Hill Quarry Nature Reserve lets you relax in an idyllic setting that’s been reclaimed by nature.
These are all just scratching the surface. The Ribble Valley, and Lancashire region, have so much to offer that a seasonal touring pitch makes a lot of sense. You’ll discover something new every time you return.