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Explore the breathtaking vistas and landscapes around Netherfield

Enjoy views of Warton Crag and a peaceful countryside location at Netherbeck, with miles of surrounding countryside and nearby coastline to explore. Just below the Silverdale and Arnside AONB and the Lake District, you’re bound to fill countless days out exploring the area.

Discover nearby towns and villages of Carnforth and Bolton-le-Sands, with Kendal and Lancaster also just a short drive away there is plenty to see and do.

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Explore The Area & Things To Do Around Our Netherbeck Park

Surrounding Netherbeck

Within a short 10-minute drive from the park you will find the charming town of Carnforth, offering a variety of shops, pubs and supermarkets. One of Carnforth’s main attractions is the Carnforth Station Heritage Centre, as the historic station was famously featured in the 1945 classic film ‘Brief Encounter’.

In addition to this, you will find natural locations to explore, including nearby Warton Crag which offers views across the area and a fantastic walking route. A popular location to discover surrounding nature is RSPB Leighton Moss, with something for everyone just a 15-minute drive from the park.

One of the best features about our location is the coast being within easy reach, while enjoying a countryside setting whilst at the park. The nearby coastal villages of Bolton-le-Sands, Silverdale and Arnside are filled with charming features, independent shops and breathtaking walking routes along the Morecambe Bay coastline.

Slightly north of our Netherbeck park, just a 20-minute drive away, you will find Farleton Knott a magnificent walk with panoramic views across the entire region – spanning Morecambe Bay, the Silverdale and Arnside AONB, Kendal and the peaks of the Lake District.

In the same direction from our Netherbeck park, you will find the charming town of Kendal known as ‘Gateway to the Lakes’ which has plenty to see and do whilst bursting with character.

Places to Visit

Lancaster

Lancaster is just a 15-minute drive from our Netherbeck park, a historic city with plenty to see and do. With a variety of shops, restaurants and attractions including sights such as Lancaster Castle, Ashton Memorial and Millennium Bridge, Lancaster is a fantastic place for days out.

Wyresdale Park, Scorton

Tucked away near Scorton village, just a 30-minute drive from our Netherbeck park, Wyresdale Park is a fantastic place to discover. Set within the grounds of a rural estate, you will independent businesses including a café, spa, homeware shop and more!

From this location, you can also access the circular walk around Nicky Nook with views across to Morecambe Bay and Lancaster.

Bay View Garden Centre, Bolton-le-Sands

Nearby in Bolton-le-Sands, Bay View Garden Centre is a great place to visit if you only want to make a short journey from our Netherbeck. Offering everything a traditional garden centre would, along with homeware, gifts and a café – Bay View Garden Centre is the perfect place to visit whilst at our park.

Lakes Aquarium, Lakeside

This aquarium, perched on the southern tip of Lake Windermere, is home to more than 30 different marine habitats, featuring all kinds of species, both from the local area and around the world. Some of the most popular exhibits at the aquarium include the adorable otters, who you can see being fed at certain times, as well as the underwater tunnel which lets you feel like you’re walking on the bottom of Lake Windermere!

If you want, you can also combine your visit with a trip on Windermere Lake Cruises, catching a steamer from Bowness down to the aquarium at Lakeside.

Wray Castle, Low Wray

This historic attraction at Low Wray, near Ambleside, is a magical neo-gothic castle which is a firm favourite with kids, who’ll love exploring the various rooms and turrets (which offer great views out towards Lake Windermere.

While the impressive gardens are great to explore in their own right, there’s plenty to see and do inside the castle on a rainy day too, such as historical fancy dress outfits so you can dress up as a king and queen, as well as the Peter Rabbit adventure rooms which are packed full of activities for little ones. The castle has only recently been made open to the public, having been taken over by the National Trust.

The Lake District

One of the reasons why the location of our Netherbeck park is so ideallic is the easy access to the Lake District, less than an hour’s drive away.

The landscapes found there makes the area an enduring favourite for walkers, while the forests, fells and waterways provide the perfect setting for sporting enthusiasts, whilst the historic presence brings extra character.

As the former homes of Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and Wordsworth, you certainly feel the personality and character come through in the beautiful heritage of The Lake District.

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

Local Beach Access & Walks

Morecambe Bay

The coastal footpath along the bay towards Bolton-le-Sands is accessible direct from our nearby Bay View park. Along the footpath you can walk out onto the salt marshes, leading to sands and the bay. Following the footpath around the bay, you will pass Bay View Garden Centre, farmland with horses and Archers Café. This walk is perfect as the sun goes down before the short drive back to Netherbeck.

Warton Crag

Warton Crag is unmissable from our Netherbeck park, looming in the distance across countryside fields; providing a wonderful walk with views across Morecambe Bay and the Silverdale and Arnside AONB.

Arnside Knott

Sat between the nearby coastal villages of Silverdale and Arnside, Arnside Knott is the perfect walk that will reward you with views across Morecambe Bay, Silverdale and Arnside from the top. Easily accessible from our Netherbeck park, why not stop off at our nearby Silverdale Holiday Park for a bite to eat?

Jenny Brown’s Point

The perfect vantage point to photograph the bay, you can access the coast from the south-west side of Silverdale. Just a short drive from our Netherbeck park, you will find this is a good spot for watching the sun set.

RSPB Leighton Moss

Spanning across the Silverdale and Arnside AONB, RSPB Leighton Moss is a fantastic place to explore on foot, with a variety of wildlife to discover. Whether looking for a peaceful walk, or things to do with young children, you’ll find the perfect day out at RSPB Leighton Moss.

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

Surrounding Netherbeck

Within a short 10-minute drive from the park you will find the charming town of Carnforth, offering a variety of shops, pubs and supermarkets. One of Carnforth’s main attractions is the Carnforth Station Heritage Centre, as the historic station was famously featured in the 1945 classic film ‘Brief Encounter’.

In addition to this, you will find natural locations to explore, including nearby Warton Crag which offers views across the area and a fantastic walking route. A popular location to discover surrounding nature is RSPB Leighton Moss, with something for everyone just a 15-minute drive from the park.

One of the best features about our location is the coast being within easy reach, while enjoying a countryside setting whilst at the park. The nearby coastal villages of Bolton-le-Sands, Silverdale and Arnside are filled with charming features, independent shops and breathtaking walking routes along the Morecambe Bay coastline.

Slightly north of our Netherbeck park, just a 20-minute drive away, you will find Farleton Knott a magnificent walk with panoramic views across the entire region – spanning Morecambe Bay, the Silverdale and Arnside AONB, Kendal and the peaks of the Lake District.

In the same direction from our Netherbeck park, you will find the charming town of Kendal known as ‘Gateway to the Lakes’ which has plenty to see and do whilst bursting with character.

Places to Visit

Lancaster

Lancaster is just a 15-minute drive from our Netherbeck park, a historic city with plenty to see and do. With a variety of shops, restaurants and attractions including sights such as Lancaster Castle, Ashton Memorial and Millennium Bridge, Lancaster is a fantastic place for days out.

Wyresdale Park, Scorton

Tucked away near Scorton village, just a 30-minute drive from our Netherbeck park, Wyresdale Park is a fantastic place to discover. Set within the grounds of a rural estate, you will independent businesses including a café, spa, homeware shop and more!

From this location, you can also access the circular walk around Nicky Nook with views across to Morecambe Bay and Lancaster.

Bay View Garden Centre, Bolton-le-Sands

Nearby in Bolton-le-Sands, Bay View Garden Centre is a great place to visit if you only want to make a short journey from our Netherbeck. Offering everything a traditional garden centre would, along with homeware, gifts and a café – Bay View Garden Centre is the perfect place to visit whilst at our park.

Lakes Aquarium, Lakeside

This aquarium, perched on the southern tip of Lake Windermere, is home to more than 30 different marine habitats, featuring all kinds of species, both from the local area and around the world. Some of the most popular exhibits at the aquarium include the adorable otters, who you can see being fed at certain times, as well as the underwater tunnel which lets you feel like you’re walking on the bottom of Lake Windermere!

If you want, you can also combine your visit with a trip on Windermere Lake Cruises, catching a steamer from Bowness down to the aquarium at Lakeside.

Wray Castle, Low Wray

This historic attraction at Low Wray, near Ambleside, is a magical neo-gothic castle which is a firm favourite with kids, who’ll love exploring the various rooms and turrets (which offer great views out towards Lake Windermere.

While the impressive gardens are great to explore in their own right, there’s plenty to see and do inside the castle on a rainy day too, such as historical fancy dress outfits so you can dress up as a king and queen, as well as the Peter Rabbit adventure rooms which are packed full of activities for little ones. The castle has only recently been made open to the public, having been taken over by the National Trust.

The Lake District

One of the reasons why the location of our Netherbeck park is so ideallic is the easy access to the Lake District, less than an hour’s drive away.

The landscapes found there makes the area an enduring favourite for walkers, while the forests, fells and waterways provide the perfect setting for sporting enthusiasts, whilst the historic presence brings extra character.

As the former homes of Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and Wordsworth, you certainly feel the personality and character come through in the beautiful heritage of The Lake District.

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

Local Beach Access & Walks

Morecambe Bay

The coastal footpath along the bay towards Bolton-le-Sands is accessible direct from our nearby Bay View park. Along the footpath you can walk out onto the salt marshes, leading to sands and the bay. Following the footpath around the bay, you will pass Bay View Garden Centre, farmland with horses and Archers Café. This walk is perfect as the sun goes down before the short drive back to Netherbeck.

Warton Crag

Warton Crag is unmissable from our Netherbeck park, looming in the distance across countryside fields; providing a wonderful walk with views across Morecambe Bay and the Silverdale and Arnside AONB.

Arnside Knott

Sat between the nearby coastal villages of Silverdale and Arnside, Arnside Knott is the perfect walk that will reward you with views across Morecambe Bay, Silverdale and Arnside from the top. Easily accessible from our Netherbeck park, why not stop off at our nearby Silverdale Holiday Park for a bite to eat?

Jenny Brown’s Point

The perfect vantage point to photograph the bay, you can access the coast from the south-west side of Silverdale. Just a short drive from our Netherbeck park, you will find this is a good spot for watching the sun set.

RSPB Leighton Moss

Spanning across the Silverdale and Arnside AONB, RSPB Leighton Moss is a fantastic place to explore on foot, with a variety of wildlife to discover. Whether looking for a peaceful walk, or things to do with young children, you’ll find the perfect day out at RSPB Leighton Moss.

Where to Find Us

Netherbeck Holiday Park
North Road
Carnforth
LA5 9NG

01524 701508