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Rawcliffe Country Club & Caravan Park in Lancashire

David Bellamy Conservation Award

Since being awarded the Gold award in 2005, we are striving to maintain this prestigious award. We currently have several on going projects relating to this including the cleaning and aeration of the pond, to which we added some fish in 2005 and since have all bred succesfully. A bat breeding project has been implemented with the help of the local Bat Conservation Group. We also have placed many bird boxes at various points around the caravan park. We would like to remind all our customers and future customers that we are a countryside park and efforts must be made to ensure that we are environmentally friendly to the surrounding countryside and wildlife.

Britain In Bloom Award

2010 saw us enter Britain In Bloom for the first time and we were delighted to be awarded a Silver Medal at the first attempt in the Best Caravan Park Category, this was followed in 2011 with a silver gilt award. Many thanks to all the customers who tried really hard and made some spectacular displays in and around their caravans.

Cask Marque Award

2011 we were awarded the Cask Marque accreditation for selling quality Real Ale which we have regularly two or three Guest beers a week. To complement the other beers, wines and spirits as well as Coffee and Tea available in the bars.

Local Attractions

The caravan park is situated in the quiet village of Out Rawcliffe, and the local attractions include:

  • Pleasant walks and rambles
  • Golf
  • Horse Riding
  • Fishing
  • Local restaurants all within easy reach

Caravan for sale

Please feel free to come and view our wide range of new and used caravans on display, set in 25 acres of peaceful countryside. Our friendly and efficient staff are always pleased to be of assistance to you.

Our Facilities

  • Pleasant walks and rambles
  • Golf
  • Horse Riding
  • Fishing
  • Local restaurants all within easy reach
Office hours are from 10am to 4pm Calor gas is also available. Electric is by card meter. There is a well stocked shop and laundry on site. Dogs are allowed on the caravan park but must be kept under control, and are not permitted to foul the site and surrounding grounds. Dog waste receptacles are provided on site.

The History of the hall

Rawcliffe Country Club & Caravan Park is an historic mansion, dating originally from 1154 A.D., and is situated in a secluded and unrivalled position overlooking the picturesque River Wyre and is approached by a sweeping carriage drive through well matured grounds. The Hall has many connections with famous historical figures including Oliver Cromwell, who with his army were on the march from Preston to Lancaster, they came through Elswick and district and over the ford just outside the hall gates. Fortunately for this monastic house, he missed it because of the surrounding trees.

We can boast to having our very own ghost 'Miss Kitty' a local peasant girl who was so favoured by one of the squires that when she died he erected a bronze statue on the ground in front of the hall. However the statue disappeared during the Second World War. There are many old photographs and documents relating to the hall in the lounge bar and snooker room showing how this grand old house once looked, with not very much changed to date.

Find Us


Rawcliffe Hall Country Club & Caravan Park
Wyreside
Out Rawcliffe
Preston
PR3 6TQ

Call/Fax Us


01995 670491

E-mail Us


admin@rawcliffehall.co.uk



Cask Marque David Bellamy Conservation Award 2011 Gold

QG Quality Accredited Company

British Holiday & Home Parks Association


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