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Explore Countryside and Coastline around Far Arnside

Surrounding Far Arnside is our magnificent Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with sweeping views of Morecambe Bay, miles of countryside and charming woodland all on the park’s doorstep.

Discover nearby villages of Silverdale and Arnside, local market towns including Carnforth and Kendal, and why not venture into the Lake District just a short drive away?

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Surrounding Far Arnside

Within a short 30-minute walk from the Far Arnside Park, you will find Arnside. When you stumble across this quaint and friendly seaside village, you’ll find a lovely place to explore and experience local shops offering fresh produce and unique souvenirs.

In addition to this, you will find our pub and places to eat on the estuary front including The Albion. This inviting restaurant is home to locally sourced beers, ales and food with amazing views of the waterfront – perfect for refuelling before the hike back up to Far Arnside.

In the other direction from the park, you will find the Silverdale area, which provides a wide variety of exciting activities for the whole family! From ancient ruins to sandy beaches, you’ll find a world of adventure near Silverdale Park. A particular highlight is Jenny Brown’s Point which offers amazing panoramic views of Morecambe Bay. 

Bird spotters and nature lovers will also love the nearby RSPB Leighton Moss. Just a 15-minute drive away, visitors regularly see high-flying birds and rare creatures. Keep an eye out for bearded tits, breeding bitterns, deer, and butterflies.

If you are a fan of anything crafty and creative, make sure you take the stunning walk through the trees at Woodwell to discover Wolf House Gallery. This amazing gallery holds everything from traditional arts to crafts and gifts, jewellery, and tea rooms. Drop by and peruse the lovely arts and crafts or grab some scrumptious cake! It’s well worth a visit.

The Gateway to the Lakes or Kendal is only 15 miles from Silverdale. This historic town is home to shops, restaurants, pubs, and of course the famed Kendal Mint Cake. Kendal is one of the busier places in the Lake District and has something to offer the whole family.

 

Places to Visit

Arnside

Arnside is a 30-minute stroll away from Silverdale, playing its part in Britain’s smallest area of outstanding natural beauty. Arnside Knott (522ft) dominates a rocky peninsula where the village of Arnside sits. From its past of small coasters, steamers and yachts calling there, today Arnside welcomes many visitors to enjoy its bustling seaside village made up of a multitude of independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Make sure to catch the tide while it’s sweeping up on the bay. You could even enjoy a fish and chip supper on the beach while doing so. With everything from cosy tea rooms to vibrant restaurants and pubs – Arnside has something for everyone and will definitely not disappoint.

 

Kendal 

The town of Kendal, also known as Gateway to the Lakes, is just 15 miles from Silverdale. This fantastic market town has everything you could possibly need. You’ll find everything from a theatre and cinema to traditional market days twice a week, museums, art galleries and a beautiful 12th Century parish church.

 

The Lake District

Silverdale, Kendal, Arnside are all part of the bucolic Lake District. This area is a favourite for walkers and has a special place in British literary history. Home to authors such as Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and Wordsworth, it’s little wonder this area has such awe-inspiring landscapes.

The landscapes found there makes the area an enduring favourite for walkers, while the varied landscapes, ecosystems and waterways provide the perfect setting for sporting enthusiasts such as fishermen, cyclists, mountain climbers and more.

The Lake District

One of the reasons why the location of Silverdale, Kendal, Arnside and all the surrounding areas are so special is its connection to the stunning Lake District. Home to a magical landscape that has been celebrated in the works of Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and Wordsworth, the charm and majesty of this area make it well worth experiencing.

The Lake District is a favourite for walkers and outdoorsmen, while the forests, fells and waterways provide the perfect setting for sporting enthusiasts. For a respite after a day out on the hills, the historic towns and villages are inundated with inviting pubs, restaurants, cafes, and tea houses.

The cherry on the cake of a visit to this area is being able to say you have experienced this stunning area, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

Local Beach Access & Walks

Far Arnside
Far Arnside is great for beachgoers. This splendid coastal park is perfect for strolls and perhaps even a beach picnic when the tide is out. Far Arnside also gives you direct access to Morecambe Bay.

Silverdale
Between Far Arnside and Silverdale Holiday Park, you’ll find an inviting stone beach called Silverdale Cove. This cove is ideal for a quiet stroll and gives you access to further coastline trails.

Arnside Knott
Arnside Knott, located just down the lane from Far Arnside, gives you a great viewpoint for taking in the views of Silverdale and Arnside.

Shore Road
Shore Road connects Morecambe Bay and The Royal Silverdale. These spots are perfect for a spot of food after a walk or a place to enjoy the sun.

Jenny Brown’s Point
Jenny Brown’s Point is a high point offering fantastic views of the bay. It is very popular with photographers and serves as a great place to start a coastline walk.

  • Surrounding Silverdale
  • Places to
    Visit
  • The Lake
    District
  • Beach Access
    & Walks

Surrounding Far Arnside

Within a short 30-minute walk from the Far Arnside Park, you will find Arnside. When you stumble across this quaint and friendly seaside village, you’ll find a lovely place to explore and experience local shops offering fresh produce and unique souvenirs.

In addition to this, you will find our pub and places to eat on the estuary front including The Albion. This inviting restaurant is home to locally sourced beers, ales and food with amazing views of the waterfront – perfect for refuelling before the hike back up to Far Arnside.

In the other direction from the park, you will find the Silverdale area, which provides a wide variety of exciting activities for the whole family! From ancient ruins to sandy beaches, you’ll find a world of adventure near Silverdale Park. A particular highlight is Jenny Brown’s Point which offers amazing panoramic views of Morecambe Bay. 

Bird spotters and nature lovers will also love the nearby RSPB Leighton Moss. Just a 15-minute drive away, visitors regularly see high-flying birds and rare creatures. Keep an eye out for bearded tits, breeding bitterns, deer, and butterflies.

If you are a fan of anything crafty and creative, make sure you take the stunning walk through the trees at Woodwell to discover Wolf House Gallery. This amazing gallery holds everything from traditional arts to crafts and gifts, jewellery, and tea rooms. Drop by and peruse the lovely arts and crafts or grab some scrumptious cake! It’s well worth a visit.

The Gateway to the Lakes or Kendal is only 15 miles from Silverdale. This historic town is home to shops, restaurants, pubs, and of course the famed Kendal Mint Cake. Kendal is one of the busier places in the Lake District and has something to offer the whole family.

 

Places to Visit

Arnside

Arnside is a 30-minute stroll away from Silverdale, playing its part in Britain’s smallest area of outstanding natural beauty. Arnside Knott (522ft) dominates a rocky peninsula where the village of Arnside sits. From its past of small coasters, steamers and yachts calling there, today Arnside welcomes many visitors to enjoy its bustling seaside village made up of a multitude of independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Make sure to catch the tide while it’s sweeping up on the bay. You could even enjoy a fish and chip supper on the beach while doing so. With everything from cosy tea rooms to vibrant restaurants and pubs – Arnside has something for everyone and will definitely not disappoint.

 

Kendal 

The town of Kendal, also known as Gateway to the Lakes, is just 15 miles from Silverdale. This fantastic market town has everything you could possibly need. You’ll find everything from a theatre and cinema to traditional market days twice a week, museums, art galleries and a beautiful 12th Century parish church.

 

The Lake District

Silverdale, Kendal, Arnside are all part of the bucolic Lake District. This area is a favourite for walkers and has a special place in British literary history. Home to authors such as Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and Wordsworth, it’s little wonder this area has such awe-inspiring landscapes.

The landscapes found there makes the area an enduring favourite for walkers, while the varied landscapes, ecosystems and waterways provide the perfect setting for sporting enthusiasts such as fishermen, cyclists, mountain climbers and more.

The Lake District

One of the reasons why the location of Silverdale, Kendal, Arnside and all the surrounding areas are so special is its connection to the stunning Lake District. Home to a magical landscape that has been celebrated in the works of Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and Wordsworth, the charm and majesty of this area make it well worth experiencing.

The Lake District is a favourite for walkers and outdoorsmen, while the forests, fells and waterways provide the perfect setting for sporting enthusiasts. For a respite after a day out on the hills, the historic towns and villages are inundated with inviting pubs, restaurants, cafes, and tea houses.

The cherry on the cake of a visit to this area is being able to say you have experienced this stunning area, recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site!

Local Beach Access & Walks

Far Arnside
Far Arnside is great for beachgoers. This splendid coastal park is perfect for strolls and perhaps even a beach picnic when the tide is out. Far Arnside also gives you direct access to Morecambe Bay.

Silverdale
Between Far Arnside and Silverdale Holiday Park, you’ll find an inviting stone beach called Silverdale Cove. This cove is ideal for a quiet stroll and gives you access to further coastline trails.

Arnside Knott
Arnside Knott, located just down the lane from Far Arnside, gives you a great viewpoint for taking in the views of Silverdale and Arnside.

Shore Road
Shore Road connects Morecambe Bay and The Royal Silverdale. These spots are perfect for a spot of food after a walk or a place to enjoy the sun.

Jenny Brown’s Point
Jenny Brown’s Point is a high point offering fantastic views of the bay. It is very popular with photographers and serves as a great place to start a coastline walk.

Where to Find Us

Far Arnside Holiday Park
Far Arnside
Carnforth
LA5 0SL

01524 701508