Holiday Parks in Blackpool
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Blackpool Caravan Holiday Parks
Blackpool holidays are right at the top of the conversation when it comes when it comes to UK staycations. The town’s iconic tower and pier are institutions in British holidaying history. A Blackpool caravan holiday in the summer is made complete by the stupendous pleasure beach, with incredible illuminations lighting up the promenade in autumn.
Both of our Blackpool holiday parks are a great base for exploring all that makes this Lancashire town such a special place to holiday. To the north, you’ll find Cala Gran, close to the fantastic Cleveleys Beach and backed by the River Wyre. Further south, you’ll find Marton Mere, close to a wonderful wetland nature reserve. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Blackpool.
Things to do in Blackpool
Head up the Blackpool Tower – not only can you see for miles, but you can chuck in a visit to its historic ballroom and the gruesome Blackpool Tower Dungeon. Or try the daddy of all theme parks: Blackpool Pleasure Beach. It's got over 125 rides and attractions. And the three piers are lined with shows, rides and arcades, while the Winter Gardens theatre mixes musicals, plays, singers and comedians. For a change of pace, take the little ones to Blackpool Zoo or Sea Life Blackpool.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach
SEA LIFE Blackpool
Frequently asked questions
Blackpool sits neatly on the west coast of Lancashire, looking out on the Irish Sea. Its coastal location has made it an iconic destination for British holidays for decades.
The iconic Blackpool Tower dominates the town’s skyline and was the tallest building in the Commonwealth of Nations when it was first built in 1894.
Blackpool is one of two places in the UK with a surviving first-generation town tramway. An awesome way to get around the town, the transport has become an attraction in itself.
You won’t be stuck for things to do in Blackpool, with the seafront offering mile after mile of family-friendly fun that everyone can get involved in.
There are so many changes of scenery. From the hustle and bustle of the centre of town to the quieter sands along the north of the Fylde Coast, there is variety in abundance.
Blackpool is easily accessible from all of the UK’s biggest cities, offering a stress-free staycation without too long in the car or the regular admin that comes with traveling internationally.
There are two fantastic Blackpool holiday parks in the Haven family, both offering memories that last a lifetime for all our guests. The magnificent Marton Mere is on the outskirts of the town and is named after the quaint nature reserve that it neighbours. This quiet location is within walking distance of all the sights and sounds that make Blackpool special. Cala Gran Holiday Park is five miles north along the Fylde Coast, offering a lovely backdrop just a short distance from the legendary Cleveleys Beach.