Touring Caravan Sites in Lancashire
Our touring caravan season begins in March of each year, ending in November. Our fully serviced touring pitches are £20.00 per night (Monday – Thursday) and £25.00 per night (Friday – Sunday).
These touring pitches must be booked in advance online or over the phone. Unfortunately, we cannot offer touring pitches on arrival; but may have last minute availability if you call us on the day!
Why not stay a little longer? We’re happy to welcome you to the park again and again, leaving your touring caravan on a more long term basis. Find out more about our Seasonal Touring Pitches.
For all enquiries related to Holgates Ribble Valley, please contact us on 01200 445355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We look forward to welcoming you to our touring caravan site.
Touring Caravan Facilities
We have touring caravan pitches reserved to be used throughout the season which offer:
- Level touring field
- Flagged or Grass pitches
- All pitches serviced with electricity
- TV aerial
- 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
Dog Friendly Caravan Park
Our Ribble Valley Holiday Park is a dog friendly caravan park. We’re happy to welcome you and your four-legged friends to the Ribble Valley touring caravan site. We know that being able to bring your dog with you is very important and that’s why we welcome responsible pet owners to the park.
The area is perfect for a dog-friendly holiday. There are numerous walks and outdoor activities, as well as a host of dog-friendly pubs and indoor things to do. A few examples of dog-friendly things to do in the Ribble Valley include:
- Take your dog for a scenic walk – Explore the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the best way possible. There are so many stunning walks in the area, like the Beacon Fell Country Park walk or the J.R.R. Tolkien Trail.
- Explore local Villages – numerous local villages will welcome you and your dog, so spend the day exploring the history of the area.
- Dine at a dog friendly pub – Many pubs in the area are welcoming to dogs, like the Aspinall Arms, which welcomes dogs on a lead into their bar area. If you let them know in advance they can give you a special dining table too. There’s also an extensive beer garden.
Things to do in the local area
Staying at a touring caravan site in the Ribble Valley is the perfect way to explore Lancashire and the local area. There are so many things to do in the Ribble Valley. You’ll be able to visit the Forest of Bowland Area of Natural Beauty, the nearby Yorkshire Dales National Park and everything else that Lancashire and the valley have to offer.
The Forest of Bowland is one of the country’s AONB, a selection of areas that have been declared as some of the most stunning in the country. They’re perfect for walking, cycling and generally just exploring the natural world. The Ribble Valley positions you in the perfect place to walk, hike or cycle around the area. Why not try the Ribble Valley sculpture trail, or get involved with the Stepping Out Program?
In amongst the natural beauty of the area, there is also a selection of historic towns, villages and attractions to visit. Explore the elegant Browsholme Hall or Lancashire village of Chipping, which has won ‘best-kept village’ on a number of occasions. There’s Sawley Abbey and the Castle at Standen Hey. The whole area is rich with history and just waiting to be explored.