Wirral Camping and Caravan Sites

Are you ready to discover all that the Wirral has to offer? Beautiful beaches, woodland walks, pretty towns and villages and lovely places to stay! Here’s our guide to Wirral camping and caravan sites.

Full of great local walks and bike trails there is so much to see and do in Wirral. you’ll really be surprised. Hoylake, Meols, West Kirby, Thurstaston and New Brighton offer a combination of stunning beaches as well as vibrant cafes and restaurants. Hoylake is home to the famous Royal Liverpool Golf Course which regularly hosts the Open Championship.

Thurstaston Shore Wirral Camping
Thurstaston Shore

Wirral is a great place for those who love to spot wildlife. Wirral shore at West Kirby, Parkgate and Neston is a popular spot for birdwatchers. The walkout to Hilbre Island is a great way to spend a day and enjoy the views of the Dee Estuary and North Wales and. If you’re lucky you might spot seals relaxing on the sandbanks.

New Brighton Wirral Camping
New Brighton

New Brighton has benefited from a £60 million redevelopment scheme. It is also home to the Floral Pavilion Theatre and Conference Centre. So there is plenty to do there. New Brighton is great for a fun family day out beside the seaside. Attractions and facilities aplenty, especially popular are the Riverside Bowling Alley and Laser Quest centre, and the New Palace Amusement Arcade, which has a small well-loved fairground. These are the little things you remember from childhood!

Conveniently located to visit Liverpool, Chester and explore North Wales. You certainly won’t be stuck for things to do, now to find a place to camp or park your caravan! Here’s our guide to Wirral camping and caravan sites.

Wirral Country Park Caravan Club Site

Thurstaston Shore Wirral Camping & Caravan Sites
Beautiful views of the Dee Estuary
  • Open to Caravan Club members only (no camping).
  • Families welcome.
  • Dog friendly.
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric.
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled.
  • Disabled shower room.
  • Shower facilities.
  • Dishwashing area.
  • Dog walk from the site.
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes.
  • Open Easter to November.

The caravan site at Thurstaston is a four-star site situated on the cliffs overlooking the Dee Estuary. Wirral Country Park Club Site is located in a country park of 2,000 acres of unspoilt nature. The caravan park is made up of several pitching areas which are separated by trees and shrubs. Some pitches overlook the Dee Estuary, which is one of many ideal places for picturesque walks.

There are lots of lovely wooded areas on-site and plenty of birdlife to observe. Wirral Country Park Club Site puts you within easy reach of a wealth of fun activities to suit all tastes, whether for sports enthusiasts, young families or those with ultra-relaxed pursuits in mind. You will find the caravan park just perfect for sailing. There are no less than seven private Sailing Clubs such as Wirral Sailing Centre that offer temporary and family membership to visitors. The area offers power-boating, water skiing and other water-based sports to enjoy along with several indoor swimming pools, sports and recreation centres and golf courses.

Arrowe Brook Farm

Arrowe Brook Farm Camping Wirral
Arrowe Brook Farm
  • Motorhomes, caravans or tents.
  • Families welcome.
  • Dog friendly.
  • Dishwashing area.
  • Shower facilities.

Arrowe Brook Farm is a Camping and Caravan Club Certified Site and their orchard field offers five grass pitches with electric hook-ups for motorhomes, caravans and tents. They also have a back field for tent camping and a rally field is available for hire by caravan societies/clubs. Arrowe Brook Farm is a pleasant rural campsite on a working farm. The orchard field campsite is located to the rear of Arrowe Brook farmhouse and you can set your caravan up in the small orchard behind the farm barns. The Orchard Field campsite is accessed from the main farmyard and you have to turn right and then left of the farmhouse to enter the sheltered and secluded field.

Arrowe Brook Farm is a lovely site with lots to offer in the way of peace and quiet. It provides a central location for exploring Wirral and the wider attractions in Liverpool and Chester areas. It is also a great place for a quiet break, so come and unwind in the lovely Wirral countryside!

Park Lane Holiday Park

Park Lane Holiday Park Caravan Site Wirral
Park Lane Holiday Park
  • Statics for hire.
  • Statics on sale.
  • Families welcome.
  • Dog friendly.
  • Bar.
  • Gym.
  • Onsite shop.
  • Laundrette.
  • Kids play area.

Park Lane Holiday Park benefits from a coastal location with access onto the seafront only 100 yards away. The caravan park is fully accessible for the elderly and disabled and with a full schedule of entertainment on site, it appeals to young families and guests of all ages. It’s pet friendly too! The park is open all year round, and owners can take advantage of their holiday home retreat for a full 48 week time period. One of the major advantages of this site is its convenient location to shops, services, sport and leisure facilities and transport links to places of interest.

The main road at the top of Park Lane comprises shops for everyday items, a takeaway restaurant, chemist and doctors, as well as Meols Merseylink station connecting the area to Hoylake and West Kirby or Birkenhead and Liverpool. Local buses serve destinations across the Wirral and Merseyside. Within a few minutes’ walk from Park Lane, there are three horse riding stables and nearby fishing lakes.

New and used luxury static caravans for sale

The chalets and lodge-style holiday homes within the Park Lane caravan site are bright, modern and built to a high specification. Privacy and security are assured, yet the Park’s ample social facilities maintain a homely feel. The dream of owning your own holiday home is more affordable than you might think. Enquire here, arrange a visit or get in touch with the park’s manager to see their fantastic range of static caravans for sale available in Wirral.

Will you be camping in the Wirral this year? Let us know in the comments.

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