South Lakes static caravan park
Hawthorns is a multi-award-winning caravan park in Lancashire, specialising in holiday home ownership. We sell luxury static caravans on scenic pitches, offering prospective holidaymakers the chance to enjoy second home ownership in North West England. We build lasting relationships with owners who can enjoy frequent breaks in their home away from home throughout the season. We don’t have any hire caravans and do not permit subletting, which creates a tranquil environment and fosters a sense of community.
Luxury static caravans for sale
We work with leading caravan manufacturers to ensure home owners experience nothing but a five star experience whilst on the park. All of our holiday homes are finished to a high standard and feature high quality interiors with modern fixtures and fittings. The park homes that we sell are warm and cosy with ample storage space for your personal belongings. They are configured to allow for socialising with family and spending quality time together.
Many pitches come with the option to upgrade your pitch to include a raised patio and decking at the time of sale. This allows you to take advantage of the beautiful surroundings and spend your down time soaking up the sunshine whilst listening to the chirping of birds that frequent our park.
Award winning holiday park
The park has been awarded a 5 star rating every year since 1990, that’s over 30 years of top quality service! We have also won awards for the Most Improved Park in England, the Best Park in Lancashire and the Gold ‘David Bellamy Conservation Award’ for over 10 years running. We are also very proud to hold the VisitEngland prestigious Gold Award.
We’re committed to creating a peaceful environment where park home owners can retreat and escape the hustle and bustle of the city. We’re constantly investing in our grounds and amenities to maintain our position as one of the best caravan parks in Lancashire. We take great pride in what we do, and the awards we achieved over the years are testament to our hard working team who go and beyond to deliver exemplary customer service.
Our family, Deryck, Monika and son Ashley, have been running the park for over 30 years, always aiming to make this the best holiday home location available. We know what needs to be taken care of, and how. Unlike larger chains, we take a personal approach. You’ll see us around the park and we’re always on hand to answer any questions you may have. It’s important that all of our caravan owners feel part of the community and enjoy all aspects of second home ownership.
Hawthorns Caravan Park is accessible only to caravan owners and their guests, in order to maintain the serenity and idyllic nature of the park that you enjoy. We don’t accept touring caravans or pitched tents, nor do we allow sub-letting, so you can find a tranquil holiday escape here whenever you want, without the chaos of everyday life creeping in.
The grounds offer a peaceful escape, where you can always find a quiet spot to reflect and spend time in nature. Sit on your verandah or head to one of the benches around the park with a good book in hand. We’ve carefully landscaped the communal areas of the site, so that we can create areas for wildlife to thrive. Through careful planting we’ve create secluded areas to ensure the park maintains a rural look and feel.
We’ve put great thought into how we’ve arranged our pitches, to ensure you never feel crammed in. Every caravan has green space on both sides and is sited in the best direction to make the most of the views.
Enjoy your caravan all year round
Hawthorns Caravan Park is open from March to January each year (please check specific dates as they change on annual basis). In our time here, we’ve identified five key points in the year that you can find stunning landscapes and gorgeous surroundings. The scenery changes with the seasons, so there’s always something new to take in!
- Spring: The Park springs into life with snowdrops and over 10,000 daffodils (and still planting).
- Late Spring: Enjoy the stunning colours of wildflowers, purple orchids, bluebells, cowslips and primroses in full bloom. This is a great time to explore the local area or go further afield for a big hike.
- Summer: Take a stroll amongst the rare, magnificent trees and flowering shrubs attracting butterflies. This of course is the perfect time of year to head to the Lakes and do some boating.
- Autumn: Sit back and admire the golden display of autumn leaves, bright red berries and orchard fruit. For the adventurous and those seeking a more physical pastime, head up to the Catbells peak in Cumbria, not far from the park, and marvel at the stunning views of autumn colours.
- Winter: Relax at Christmas and New Year in a winter wonderland. Why not spend time identifying the animal tracks in the snow or go for refreshing, energetic walks around The Glade.
Located right on the Lancashire-Cumbria border, Hawthorns Caravan Park is perfectly placed to explore some of the most beautiful countryside in the UK. From our naturally landscaped grounds you can look out across the nearby Morecambe Bay, all the way to the Lakeland Fells – both are within easy driving distance. To the south is the historic city of Lancaster, and the rest of Lancashire beyond, and if you go east you could even pop over to the Yorkshire Dales for the day. With so much to see and do nearby, Hawthorns is the perfect holiday location to own a caravan holiday home.
During visits to your luxury static caravan you can take calm, relaxing walks through the bluebell wood adjoining the park, passing impressive limestone pavements. Marvel at the superb views of the Lake District, Morecambe Bay and the Yorkshire Dales Three Peaks. Discover purple orchids growing amongst the bluebells and even spot badger or roe deer roaming in the early evening.
Nearby are the scenic towns of Kirkby Lonsdale and Windermere, just 15 and 20 minutes drive away respectively. Windermere is notable for the Lake, the boating activities, the gorgeous view of the mountains and, of course, the local railway. The market town of Kirkby Lonsdale is renowned for a view of the River Lune from St Mary’s Church. Known as ‘Ruskin’s View’, it was immortalised by the famous artist Joseph Mallard William Turner and is breathtakingly beautiful.