A small village just a few miles outside of Lytham, with local village shops, post office and public houses. Surrounded by a fantastic mixture of tourist attractions, coastal views, sporting facilities, and countryside. It really can cater for all tastes, so whether you like sailing, golfing, horse riding, sightseeing, swimming, shopping, sunbathing or you just want to enjoy a quiet stroll along the coast, you can find it all on Bank Lane Caravan Park's doorstep.
Just a short drive from Warton you'll enter Lytham where you'll find a choice of shopping outlets, cafés, restaurants, bars, tourist attractions, and leisure facilities. Meanwhile St Annes and its other neighbour Kirkham play host to a number of well-maintained parks and gardens, five miles of sandy beaches, and plenty of picture-perfect countryside to roam around.
A traditional north west coastal town which boasts many restaurants, wine bars, traditional fish and chip shops and a variety of different shops and services for all ages. Lytham has a landmark windmill and is home to Lytham Hall a grade one listed building whose park land is listed with English Heritage.
The most famous seaside resort of the North West has something for everyone. From the beach where traditional donkey rides are on offer to the thrills and fun available at the world-famous Pleasure Beach and five hundred foot high Blackpool Tower. Away from the hustle and bustle Stanley Park, a grade II historic park offers somewhere more sedate for a picnic or boat ride around the lake. Also locally Blackpool Zoo, the Grand Theatre, the Winter Gardens and Sandcastle Waterpark.
If all that isn't enough to keep you and your family busy then why not head a little further out of the village and pay a visit to one of the UK's premier tourist towns, Blackpool. With the exhilarating rides of the famous Pleasure Beach, breathtaking views from the top of Blackpool Tower, waterslides at the Sandcastle Waterworld, and donkey rides on the sandy beach, Blackpool is hugely popular with families, couples, and groups of friends alike.
St Anne’s on Sea gives you a taste of the beaches that the Fylde coast has to offer. The pier has the traditional arcade and some seaside shops. The town centre has been regenerated over the past couple of years and houses lots of shops, pubs and restaurants for all ages and tastes. It has the only Japanese restaurant on the Fylde coast and has lots of night life at the weekend.
Visit Fleetwood for fresh fish, Freeport shopping outlet village and the famous Fleetwood market. You can also take a short ferry ride to the Wyre village of Knott End on Sea.
Southport lies just 20 miles north of Liverpool, it is a traditional Victorian seaside town with the ever popular Lord Street shopping experience and the new pleasure land for all the family.
Preston boasts superb shopping areas and modern retail parks. Home to museums, such as the Museum of Lancashire and art galleries there is always plenty to do in and around Preston.