- Stone throw away from Morecambe centre
- 12 Month Holiday Season
- Bus route with transport to Heysham & Lancaster
- Great location for The Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and Lancashire
- Pet Friendly
The leisure park in Morecambe is close to the centre of the town and not far from the beach. There are a number of shops and amenities, offering you plenty of options. Morecambe itself has always been a popular tourist location and the static caravans are perfectly placed for you to explore the local area. The Caravan Park at Summerville Leisure Park holds a full 12 month holiday licence, meaning you can visit all year round.
There is also a bus route close by which will provide you with transport to the town centre as well as local town of Heysham and the city of Lancaster. On top of this, the train station is close by and offers you access to the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales, and other areas around the North West.
Pets are always welcome and there are several locations around the site for you to explore with your dog.
No matter what you need, you will always be able to find it close to Summerville Leisure Park. For sports fans there is a local sports centre, cricket club, bowling, tennis and a number of golf courses. There is also Regent Park and Happy Mount Park if you enjoy spending time outdoors. Regular events are held in Morecambe celebrating the local community, including Vintage By The Sea and Morecambe Carnival. Moreover, there are plenty of shops within walking and driving distance, offering endless choice of products. The Promenade is also a great place to go to enjoy the scenic coast and views over the Lake District.
Historical Days Out
For those with an interest in heritage, there are endless places to visit. A short walk away from the parks, the Winter Gardens provide an insight into the entertaining past of the resort. Many events are held here, and you can also take part in a tour. As one of the local areas most well known figures, visitors can pay their respects to Eric Morecambe by visiting his statue. This is located alongside the prom and is free to visit. The nearby city of Lancaster can be reached by bus, train or car. Here you can explore the city museum for information about the local regiment. You can also take a trip to the Castle, which has parts that date back to the Norman period.
Enjoy the Outdoors
There are endless activities to do if you are interested in the outdoors. Happy Mount Park is one of the most popular parks in the Lancaster and Morecambe area. Here you can enjoy fresh air, play adventure golf, or explore the splash park.
If hiking is something you’d like to do, then you are spoilt for choice with the picturesque Lake district right on your doorstep, with regular train and bus routes available. Here you can walk Scafell Pike or enjoy a stroll alongside Lake Windemere.
Exploring the Local Area
The town of Morecambe provides endless fun for all the family, no matter what age you are. There is Jump Rush, 10-lane bowling alley Soul Bowl, and the Bay Sea School. Both the town centre and Arndale Shopping Centre have an array of shops to explore, providing you with all the items you need.
A short drive or bus journey away, Lancaster has even more shops and restaurants for you to enjoy. From Italian food to high street favourites, there will always be the perfect place to spend your day.