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Why you’ll love this park...

  • Peaceful countryside location
  • Stunning views of Pendle Hill
  • Within easy reach of many quaint towns and attractions

Discover the scenic beauty of Ribble Valley in Lancashire for an unforgettable caravan holiday in the countryside. Nestled amidst the captivating landscape of Pendle Hill and the Forest of Bowland, our park offers the ideal retreat for those seeking a mixture of tranquillity and adventure.

Explore the wonders of the countryside with ample opportunities for a variety of outdoor activities. From leisurely strolls along the river Ribble to adventurous bike rides in the Yorkshire Dales, all within easy reach of our park, there’s no shortage of outdoor exploration to enjoy. For those drawn to exploring local history and culture, our Ribble Valley holiday park is conveniently located near a range of attractions. Discover historic castles, delve into fascinating caves, or wander through quaint market towns brimming with charm and character. With Skipton just a stone’s throw away, you’ll find something to explore at every turn.

With a range of spacious caravans and lodges available for you and your family to choose from at Ribble Valley, you can find the right accommodation tailored to you and your family that will make for the perfect Lancashire caravan holiday. Book your escape today and look forward to an unforgettable journey amidst Lancashire’s stunning countryside.

Things to do at Ribble Valley Holiday Park, Lancashire


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Bancroft Mill Engine Museum
Bancroft Mill is dedicated to preserving and maintaining the towns link to the cotton trade. Here you can see the largest working mill steam engine in Lancashire.
Thornton Hall Farm
The perfect family day out! Filled with hands-on animal encounters, indoor and outdoor play, plus unique special events.
Clitheroe Canoe Club
A family-run, non-profit organisation based in Chatburn, Clitheroe Canoe Club offer recreational and competitive canoe lessons to people of all ages and abilities.
Pendle Hill
Pendle Hill, most famous for its involvement in the 1612 witch trials, can be seen for miles around. Those that reach the top will be rewarded with incredible views!
Settle to Carlise Railway
The Settle to Carlisle railway is one of the world's greatest rail journeys. The 73-mile-long line carves its way through the magnificent landscape of the Yorkshire Dales and then descends to Cumbria's lush green Eden Valley with its views of the Pennines and Lakeland Fells. Visitors have plenty of choice of when to travel, and the opportunity to board and leave the train at many of the beautifully preserved stations along the route.
Pendle Forest Cycling Club
If you're a keen cyclist wishing to explore some hidden routes in the local area, Pendle Forest Cycling Club holds several weekly group rides for social and training.
Clitheroe Castle
Overlooking the town of Clitheroe and offering views across the Ribble Valley, Clitheroe Castle is a great day out for the whole family with an informative museum telling the 800 year old history of the castle.
Malham Cove
Malham Cove is an impressive white limestone formation over 200ft high. This sheer rock face is a popular challenge for keen walkers and climbers who are rewarded with breath-taking views from the top.
Pendle Ski Club
Open seasonally, test your ski skills at one of the country’s best dry ski slopes. No matter your ability, it's a fun day out for everyone to try something new!
Audley Reservoir - Mitre Angling Club
Overlooking the town of Clitheroe on the slopes of Pendle Hill, Audley Reservoir offers good quality still-water fishing with rainbow, blue and brown trout along with roach, tench bream and chub out of season.

Facilities at Ribble Valley Holiday Park

Facilities at Ribble Valley Holiday Park

  • Children's Play Park
  • Pet-friendly Accommodation Available
  • Dog showers

† Please note we're a cashless holiday park and have no amenities on site.


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† Please note there is no entertainment available at Ribble Valley Holiday Park.

In the local area

  • Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Castle
  • Cathedral
  • Country Park
  • Cycle Routes
  • Dog-friendly Walks
  • Golf Course
  • Hiking Trails
  • Museums
  • Nature & Wildlife Reserve
  • Ski Centre
  • Theatre
  • Unspoilt Countryside
  • Walking Tours
  • Wildlife Park

† The attractions listed above are within a 60-minute drive from the park. Please check the attractions opening dates and times before your visit.

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