Rimington Caravan Park
Set in the heart of the lovely Ribble Valley deep in the heart of rural Lancashire, Rimington Caravan Park is a quiet, select, 5 Star family-run park. They devote all of their attention into ensuring that the park is maintained to an extremely high standard.
Rimington Caravan Park places its emphasis on peace, quiet, rest and relaxation.
• Bar/Games Room
• Public Payphone
• Well equipped luxury heated toilet block with hot and cold showers
• Free Wireless Internet (Wi-Fi)
• Dog Walking Field
SEASONAL AND “OVERNIGHT” TOURING CARAVANS
They offer pitches for both seasonal and overnight touring caravans.
In addition to their seasonal touring pitches they have 4 pitches available for overnight touring.
Each of the pitches has flagged bases and features electric hook-ups. You must book these pitches in advance. They site is unable to cater to tourers that turn up without booking due to the limited number of pitches that they have available.
Rimington Caravan Park has both new and used holiday homes for sale at competitive prices, subject to availability.
They offer both 8½ and 12 month pitches.
The park warns that only winterised holiday homes that feature central heating, double glazing and extra insulation are suitable for a 12 month pitch.
OUT AND ABOUT
Rimington Caravan Park is overlooked by historic Pendle Hill, which is surrounded by several pretty villages and hamlets, some of which have strong connections with the story of the Pendle witches and are well worth a visit. There is a network of paths on and around the hill and the view from the summit on a clear day is stunning and well worth the effort.
The park is situated midway between the picturesque market towns of Clitheroe and Skipton and within easy driving distance to the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, South Pennines, Haworth and Bronte Country and the Fylde Coast. Dunsop Bridge (The Centre of the Kingdom), the Forest Of Bowland (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) and the Ribble Valley are on the doorstep.
If exploring the area is more your style then there is much to see and do, there are historic halls, castles and countless places of interest to visit. A wide range of information about the surrounding area is available in reception.
• Clitheroe (9 miles) – The ancient market town is located in the Ribble Valley. Clitheroe Castle, said to be the smallest Norman castle in England, is now home to a Museum and 16 acres of landscaped gardens, which houses attractions including a bandstand, children’s playground, skate-park and Lancashire’s first Labyrinth.
• Skipton (12 miles) – The ‘gateway’ to the magnificent Yorkshire Dales. The High Street leads up to the church, behind which you see the impressive facade of the 900 year-old castle, and Skipton Woods. Wander down the many alleyways or ‘ginnels’ to savour the town’s history and character. Explore the side streets where you will find individual shops, cafes and restaurants. Visit the canal area with boat trips, marina, footpaths and picnic areas.
• Settle (13 miles) – A bustling market town surrounded by delightful villages, ideally situated between the scenic Yorkshire Dales and the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that is the Forest of Bowland. With a wealth of interesting shops, welcoming cafes and historic buildings, Settle is a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery by walking, riding, cycling, caving and a host of other outdoor activities. Home to the world-famous Settle-Carlisle Railway.
Visit Rimington Caravan Park website for further information
Rimington Caravan Park
- Battery Charging
- BBQ area
- Chemical Disposal Point
- Car Parking
- Dogs allowed
- Drinking Water
- Electric Hook-up
- Electric Shaver Point
- Fishing Available
- Food Shop
- Gas Cylinder Available
- Ice Pack Facility
- Licensed Club - Pub
- Motor Home Pitches
- Shower Facilities
- Static Pitches
- Tour Caravan Pitches
- Water Hook-up
- Wheelchair Access