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Discover the areas around our lodge park The Cove

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Explore Countryside and Coastline around The Cove

Surrounding The Cove 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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Explore The Area & Things To Do Around Our Silverdale Park

Surrounding The Cove

Within a short 20-minute stroll from the park you will find Silverdale.

When you stumble across the quaint and friendly village, you can experience the unique atmosphere it has to offer, alongside its local shops offering fresh and locally grown produce.

In addition to this, you will find our pub in the village The Royal Silverdale, part of the Holgates Family Group which provides fresh and locally sourced beers, ales and food! Come and enjoy the fantastic atmosphere – lovingly restored in 2016 combining country classic with a twist of luxury.

The Silverdale area provides a wide variety of exciting activities for the whole family! You won’t find a moment of boredom when exploring the ancient ruins or the sandy beaches all accessible only a short walk from our Silverdale park. One of our personal favourites when it comes to coastal walks is to Jenny Brown’s Point, from there you will discover stunning panoramic views across Morecambe Bay.

The park is also only a 10-minute drive away from RSPB Leighton Moss where you are sure to catch some high-flying birds and captivating creatures. Keep your eyes out for breeding bitterns, bearded tits, 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, holding everything from traditional arts to crafts and gifts, jewellery, tea rooms (including scrumptious cakes) it’s well worth a visit, especially being just on our doorstep!

A little further away you will find the town of Kendal, also known as Gateway to the Lakes, a mere 15 miles from Silverdale. Home to plenty of history as well as the famous Kendal Mint Cake, this stunning market town provides a super day out shopping and plenty to do for the whole family.

Places to Visit

Not only is Silverdale a wonderful world alone, but the fact that it is so close to many other superb locations makes it even better! Not so far away lies Arnside and Kendal, allowing you to discover much more natural beauty in our surrounding areas.

Towns and cities such as Lancaster and Morecambe are just a short drive away, well connected by public transport and providing everything from shopping, historic sites such as Lancaster Castle, or maybe a trip to the shores of Morecambe to build your own sandcastle.

Just a short drive to the North you can find a multitude of fun right on your doorstep, deep in The Lake District, where you can discover stunning landscapes of mountains, fells and lakes recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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 from a multitude of independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Make sure to catch the tide while its 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.

The town of Kendal, also known as Gateway to the Lakes, is a mere 15 miles from Silverdale. Home to plenty of history as well as the famous Kendal Mint Cake, this stunning market town provides a super day out for shopping and plenty to do for the whole family.

Here you will find everything from a theatre and cinema, traditional market days twice a week, museums, art galleries and a beautiful 12th Century parish church, for a glimpse of Lakeland life this is a town you must visit!

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.

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

Silverdale

Accessible direct from the park down a footpath is a small stone beach Silverdale Cove perfect for a quick stroll and access point to walk along the coastline.

Arnside Knott

Footpaths direct from our Silverdale park just across the road from The Cove will lead you to the foot of Arnside Knott, where you can begin your ascent and take in breath taking views of Silverdale and Arnside from the top.

Far Arnside

At one of our other splendid coastal parks Far Arnside, you will find an access point onto the coastline perfect for walks and maybe even a picnic when the tide is out!

Shore Road

From Shore Road you can also access the coastline, perfect for walks on Morecambe Bay. Nearby local pubs including The Royal Silverdale, why not pop in for a spot of food after your walk?

Jenny Brown’s Point

The perfect vantage point to photograph the bay, you can also access the coast from here and explore another part of the coastline.

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

Surrounding The Cove

Within a short 20-minute stroll from the park you will find Silverdale.

When you stumble across the quaint and friendly village, you can experience the unique atmosphere it has to offer, alongside its local shops offering fresh and locally grown produce.

In addition to this, you will find our pub in the village The Royal Silverdale, part of the Holgates Family Group which provides fresh and locally sourced beers, ales and food! Come and enjoy the fantastic atmosphere – lovingly restored in 2016 combining country classic with a twist of luxury.

The Silverdale area provides a wide variety of exciting activities for the whole family! You won’t find a moment of boredom when exploring the ancient ruins or the sandy beaches all accessible only a short walk from our Silverdale park. One of our personal favourites when it comes to coastal walks is to Jenny Brown’s Point, from there you will discover stunning panoramic views across Morecambe Bay.

The park is also only a 10-minute drive away from RSPB Leighton Moss where you are sure to catch some high-flying birds and captivating creatures. Keep your eyes out for breeding bitterns, bearded tits, 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, holding everything from traditional arts to crafts and gifts, jewellery, tea rooms (including scrumptious cakes) it’s well worth a visit, especially being just on our doorstep!

A little further away you will find the town of Kendal, also known as Gateway to the Lakes, a mere 15 miles from Silverdale. Home to plenty of history as well as the famous Kendal Mint Cake, this stunning market town provides a super day out shopping and plenty to do for the whole family.

Places to Visit

Not only is Silverdale a wonderful world alone, but the fact that it is so close to many other superb locations makes it even better! Not so far away lies Arnside and Kendal, allowing you to discover much more natural beauty in our surrounding areas.

Towns and cities such as Lancaster and Morecambe are just a short drive away, well connected by public transport and providing everything from shopping, historic sites such as Lancaster Castle, or maybe a trip to the shores of Morecambe to build your own sandcastle.

Just a short drive to the North you can find a multitude of fun right on your doorstep, deep in The Lake District, where you can discover stunning landscapes of mountains, fells and lakes recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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 from a multitude of independent shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants.

Make sure to catch the tide while its 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.

The town of Kendal, also known as Gateway to the Lakes, is a mere 15 miles from Silverdale. Home to plenty of history as well as the famous Kendal Mint Cake, this stunning market town provides a super day out for shopping and plenty to do for the whole family.

Here you will find everything from a theatre and cinema, traditional market days twice a week, museums, art galleries and a beautiful 12th Century parish church, for a glimpse of Lakeland life this is a town you must visit!

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.

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

Silverdale

Accessible direct from the park down a footpath is a small stone beach Silverdale Cove perfect for a quick stroll and access point to walk along the coastline.

Arnside Knott

Footpaths direct from our Silverdale park just across the road from The Cove will lead you to the foot of Arnside Knott, where you can begin your ascent and take in breath taking views of Silverdale and Arnside from the top.

Far Arnside

At one of our other splendid coastal parks Far Arnside, you will find an access point onto the coastline perfect for walks and maybe even a picnic when the tide is out!

Shore Road

From Shore Road you can also access the coastline, perfect for walks on Morecambe Bay. Nearby local pubs including The Royal Silverdale, why not pop in for a spot of food after your walk?

Jenny Brown’s Point

The perfect vantage point to photograph the bay, you can also access the coast from here and explore another part of the coastline.

Where to Find Us

The Cove Lodge Park
Cove Road
Silverdale
Carnforth
LA5 0SJ

 

Visiting us for a sales appointment? Please arrive at Silverdale Holiday Park across the road to meet a member of the team.

01524 701508