Campsites in Lancashire
From the famous seaside resort of Blackpool, to the 300-square-mile Forest of Bowland, Lancashire has something for everyone. This north west county has world class festivals, events and attractions, yet remains steeped in centuries-old heritage and legendary folklore. Beaches, forest, hills and heritage are accompanied by some of the best campsites in northern England and we’ve picked out our favourites. Browse our selection of Lancashire’s luxury glamping and traditional campsites below, or click here torefine your search.
- pitch type
- looking for
Watkinsons Farm Glamping, Lancasire Lancashire
Watkinsons Farm Glamping, LancasireLancashire
Watkinsons Farm Glamping, Hall Lane, Lathom, Lancashire L40 5UG
Glamping in Lancashire: Bell tent glamping on a working arable farm with a two acre wood in West Lancashire.
Stanley Villa Farm Camping Lancashire
Stanley Villa Farm CampingLancashire
Stanley Villa Farm Camping, Back Lane, Greenhalgh, Preston, Lancashire PR4 3HN
Glamping in Lancashire: Lakeside rural tranquility and the 'kiss-me-quick' fun of the seaside – you can have the best of both worlds at Stanley Villa Farm's cute luxury camping pods.
Samlesbury Hall Lancashire
Samlesbury Hall, Preston New Road, Samlesbury, Preston, Lancashire PR5 0UP
Glamping in Lancashire: Luxurious shepherd's hut glamping in the grounds of 14th-century Samlesbury Hall in Lancashire.
Dolphinholme House Farm Lancashire
Dolphinholme House FarmLancashire
Dolphinholme, Lancashire LA2 9DJ
Glamping in Lancashire: Stay in a 1920’s farmhouse-style tent on a complete working goat dairy farm and let your kids meet the real Billy Goats Gruff, without the big ugly Troll of course.
Crawshaw Farm Lancashire
Back Lane, Newton-in-Bowland, Lancashire BB7 3EE
You cannot escape the views at this site, just vast hills and empty nothingness-seriously relaxing stuff.