Brocklehead Caravan Park is based on a working farm on the outskirts of Darwen and Hoddlesden, North west, Lancashire. For those who seek peace and tranquillity in a delightful country setting this is the ideal location. Our park is personally supervised by ourselves, as resident owners and our sole aim is to ensure that your holiday is enjoyable and carefree. You will find yourself surrounded by friendly, like-minded people who create a real ‘community’ feel.
Our well-established and immaculate park with 30 pitches exudes a friendly atmosphere and all pitches are thoughtfully placed on individual plots with easy parking for the family car.All with electric hook-ups and a large shower block with own cubical including toilet, basin & shower.
Brocklehead caravan park is situated within 63 acres of farm land, wildlife and beautiful views in all directions, looking as far as the hills and mountains of the Lake District, West Yorkshire and North Wales. On a Clear day Blackpool can be spotted in the distance. Plenty of local amenities pubs, restaurants, village shops and a short drive away for those fashion shopaholics with high street shops, Vue cinema, Blackburn Ice arena and for those more explorers there’s plenty of nature walks and trails, cycling, sightseeing, fishing, park farm and horse riding.
All of our caravan pitches come with access to excellent amenities and facilities on-park, so whichever you choose – you’re guaranteed to benefit on a touring holiday here at Brocklehead Campsite.
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Our tent pitches are an ideal destination for all you great outdoor lovers. Wake up to stunning Lancashire countryside views from just £20 per night.
Brocklehead Caravan Park has a great range of facilities to ensure our visitors have an enjoyable and comfortable stay.
Situated within 63 acres of farm land, wildlife and beautiful views in all directions, looking as far as the hills and mountains of the Lake District,
Plenty of local amenities pubs, restaurants, village stores and a short drive for those fashion shopaholics wishing to visit high street shops,