Lakeland Leisure Park

Lakeland Leisure Park

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The Lakeland Leisure Park in the Lake District overlooks Morecambe Bay and is surrounded by peaks, and of course, lakes.
There are 177 flat grass pitches, and since this is a Haven holiday park, you also have indoor and outdoor pools, water sports, golf, entertainment, and many other activities available.

Our Review

We enjoyed a great few days staying at the Haven Lakeland Leisure Park.

Once again, we booked a Haven Euro Pitch for our caravan, so we had running water straight to the caravan with no need to keep filling up the Aquaroll 🙂

This Haven touring site also caters for tents, and there are two camping fields.

The main camping field

The touring area has its own reception. We had our Leisure Passes all ready in a welcome envelope at the touring reception, so there was no need to rush to the main reception to get them. Also, the main reception gets very busy, but the touring reception is very quick to check in (last check-in time is 6 pm).

Haven Lakeland Touring Reception

The touring area has its own reception. Our Leisure Passes were in the welcome pack when we checked in.

The touring reception also contains a freezer for your ice packs.

If you are camping, there’s a freezer for your ice blocks in the touring reception

You also have a choice of two toilet and shower blocks in the camping fields.

Shower block at Lakeland Leisure Park

One of the two shower blocks in the touring and camping area of the Lakeland Leisure Park.

There’s a chip shop van that visits the camping area, plus the main centre is very close by.

If you are not camping or in a caravan or motorhome, then there are plenty of static caravans to choose from. We saw this one by the lake. It looks stunning, but I suspect outside our budget!

These great looking cabins have their own jetty on the lake.

As for activities, there are lots to choose from.

We tried the Segways, Junior Segways, Paddleboarding, Kayak, and hired a buggy to pedal around the park. Not bad for a few days!

The beach access is a little restricted, and you must watch the tides, as you’d be cut off from the park at high tide. However, there is the main lake, Otter Lake, at the park, complete with pedalos.

Planning your visit
Activities Available
Canoeing
Crazy Golf
Football
Golf
High Ropes
Kayaking
Paddleboarding
Campsite Details
Tents
Caravans
Motorhomes
Grass
Grass with Electric
Fully Serviced
Showers
Wash-up
Electric Hook-up
Chemical Disposal
Shop
Laundrette
Static Caravans
Accommodation Facilities
Hair Dryer
Tea Making
Swimming Pool
Microwave Oven
Dishwasher
General Facilities
Parking
Toilets
Pushchair Friendly
Accessible
Dogs Welcome
Cafe
Play Park
Picnic Area
Large Pitch Restrictions

If you are in a touring caravan or motorhome, check out the full serviced Euro pitches.
Pitching of a gazebo, pup tents, and awning with sleeping annexe is not allowed.

Shower Details

A heated shower block is available, including a family room.

Facilities Photo
Electric Hookups

For caravans and motorhomes, there are Electric Pitches (and the fully serviced Euro pitch) which has a hard standing and grass area for Awning and sitting out.
For tents, there are Electric Tent pitches with car parking nearby.

Prices

“The Lakeland Leisure Park is open from early March until November.
Click on the link for availability and prices.”

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Lakeland Leisure Park, Moor Lane, Flookburgh, Cumbria 0 mi

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