British Holiday Park: Three Rivers Park - Lancashire

Three Rivers Park 

 

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Phone: 0345 498 6385

Three Rivers Park has been voted as
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based on 36 Reviews


A brief introduction to Three Rivers Park

Three Rivers Park offers the following: Holiday Caravans for hire, Holiday Lodges for hire,

With scenic views over the Ribble Valley and Pendle Hill this secluded park which proudly holds the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation is ideally placed for exploring the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland.

 

Full description of Three Rivers Park

Traditional villages nestle among the beautiful hills and vales of this pretty area is typical Yorkshire in its heritage and scenery. You will find that the local public houses and restaurants will offer you a very warm yorkshire welcome and excellent home cooked food. The historic town of Clitheroe with its 800 year old castle is only 3 miles and offers a wealth of town amenities.

Three Rivers Park offers the following facilities.

  • Jacuzzi
  • Paddling pool
  • Bars
  • Forest trail Mini market

  • Launderette available on park

  • There is a club and / or bar available on the park

  • There is a childrens play area on the park

  • Indoor Swimming Pool on the park

  • There is a park shop available to buy food and other essentials

  • Indoor pool
  • Close to picturesque villages
  • Great base for exploring
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    Address & Location

    Address  
    Three Rivers Park
    Eaves Hall Lane

    West Bradford
    Clitheroe
    Lancashire
    BB7 3JG
    England

    Telephone: 0345 498 6385
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    Local Area

    Discover a county of contrasts when you take a break in one of our holiday parks in Lancashire. Thereís peaceful countryside to explore in the north and east, famous seaside resorts on the coast as well as two of Englandís largest and most vibrant cities, offering some great shopping and exciting nightlife.There are attractions galore at Blackpool, including the famous Tower, Pleasure Beach amusement park and the amazing Golden Mile. For somewhere quieter, take a trip to genteel Lytham St. Annes, to the old fishing town of Fleetwood or to Morecambe Bay, one of our most important bird sanctuaries. All are just a short drive away when you take one of our Lancashire park holidays.On your doorstep are the cities of Liverpool and Manchester. Donít miss a trip to Salford Quays, home of the Lowry museum. And the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool has one of the finest art collections in the North. The city of Lancaster is also well worth a visit, with its immense neo-gothic cathedral. For rural tranquillity, make tracks to the Forest of Bowland, which is very popular with walkers and cyclists.

    Accommodation

    Name Weekly price £ Sleeps Accommodation Description
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  • TV
  • Kitchen including microwave
  • Shower
  • Bed linen and duvets
  • Beds made up for your arrival
  • Double glazed
  • Gas central heating
  • Gas and electricity included
  • Cots and highchairs £12pw each
  • All-male all-female or young mixed groups – please check when booking
  • Pets £15pw each (max 2) (in specific caravans)All non smoking caravans
  • Prices from £205-£471 per week


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    Awards

    David Bellamy Gold Award

    British holiday park Visitor Reviews

     We have 36 in our database for Three Rivers Park. Only the last 10 are shown for each site

    Reviewed by: Chris Date of stay: May 2015 Campsite Rating
    We decided to pitch our touring caravan at three rivers for the whole month of May as we had been there last year.Oh dear never again..... First of all the male toilet block only has four toilets and one of those was out of order for the whole month, the showers were OK, reasonably clean and plenty of hot water, although if you are not the tallest person in the world you may only get the top of your head wet as they are set too high. No on-site shop any more. The pitches are functional but tired and shabby. One of the fields previously used for pitching tents appears to now be a dumping ground.Swimming pool(fee chargeable) again functional but drab and tired, although changing rooms were OK and plenty of lockers, only found eight out of order. Poor selection of games machines, 4 fruit machines(1 out of order,2 empty grabbing machines and 2 pool tables(both broken on the first bank holiday weekend) but you need to pay a £2 deposit at the bar that doesn't open until 4pm. The cafe is also now closed, so unless you cook your own food, you will need to travel out to eat.. Saturday night entertainment consisted of a solo singer singing to a handful of guests and not finishing until 11.30, quite late for youner ones. No Sunday evening entertainment at all, not even disco lights or music. The staff are polite enough and quite helpful.

    Reviewed by: Mr H - Lytham St Annes Date of stay: 2007 Campsite Rating
    An excellent park with something for everyone day and night.

    Reviewed by: Dr E - Newcastle Upon Tyn Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    It was a fantastic park, and great to get to loads of different places. I can't recommend Three Rivers Park enough - BRILLIANT !!

    Reviewed by: Ms F - Stoke-on-trent Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    A beautiful location with easy access.

    Reviewed by: Mrs E - Date of stay: 2008 Campsite Rating
    A lovely family park, it's location made it the perfect base for exploring Lancashire, North Yorkshire and parts of the lakes - we'll certainly be returning in the future.

    Reviewed by: Mr S - HAMILTON Date of stay: 2009 Campsite Rating
    Wow, what at great place. The caravan was clean, tidy and very smart - we didn't expect such quality. The location was ideal, not too far from anywhere but far enough to be situated in the beautiful Lancashire countryside. We would really recommend it to everyone and we plan to go back again!

    Reviewed by: Mr B - NEWCASTLE UPON TYN Date of stay: 2009 Campsite Rating
    It's a nice, quiet, clean park and safe for children to play by the caravan.

    Reviewed by: Mrs S - March Date of stay: 2009 Campsite Rating
    It was a nice place, nice caravan, nice pool. Good base for visiting local areas and we took a trip to Blackpool which was good. I'd say you 100% need a car ...

    Reviewed by: Miss B - HULL Date of stay: 2010 Campsite Rating
    A beautiful park with a very well equipped caravan ,and the staff were extremely helpful.

    Reviewed by: Mr R - SUTTON COLDFIELD Date of stay: 2010 Campsite Rating
    We enjoyed our stay at Three Rivers, it was peaceful and friendly, the fact that most of the homes are residential, ensures the peace and gave our stay a feeling of security and homeliness. The friendly down to earth nature of all the staff was refreshing and again made you feel welcome and at home.

     

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