Privately owned, family run non-residential touring site. Benefiting from open, scenic fields with panoramic views of Pendle Hill. On site the pitches are hardstanding with grass. There are spacious fields to play in so that ball games do not disturb neighbours. Please ensure that children and dogs are supervised at all times.
Dale Hey Touring Park was listed in the top 12 sites to visit. Practical Motorhome Magazine Feb 2019
Winner of the Ribble Valley Stars in Tourism award 2016
Quiet,lightfooted people may see the wild deer which roam freely around the heritage woods adjacent.
All pitches have 10 amp electric hook up.
The village of Ribchester is less than a mile away and offers excellent restaurants, traditional tearooms, a Roman museum, Churches and a shop/post office.There is a well equipped children’s playground and sports field in the village and ample pay and display parking facilities.
Many other attractions are within an hour’s drive away. These include, Forest of Bowland AONB, Clitheroe market town and castle, Skipton market, Wild Boar Park at Chipping, Blackpool and its famous attractions including illuminations, National Football Museum at Preston North End’s Football ground and lots more. Beacon Fell Country Park, Witton Country Park.
You do not need to drive, The bus to Longridge, Clitheroe or Blackburn stops at the end of the drive, handy if you have a bus pass! Timetable