Charoland Farm – Greenhalgh, Lancashire


Proprietor: Walter Holloway and Jane Lingings
Address: Charoland Farm Greenhalgh Lane Greenhalgh Preston Lancashire
Postcode: PR4 3HL
Telephone: 07876 196434

Number of pitches: 10
Open Season: 1st March - 31st October

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A welcoming and peaceful caravan and camping site, for like minded individuals, set on a small working farm, located in the hamlet of Greenhalgh, rural Lancashire.

Charoland is a cosy, well kept relaxing retreat for people who enjoy the countryside and wildlife. The site is surrounded by meadows and farmland making this an ideal spot for walks and cycling. There are numerous interesting villages and towns a short ride away, ensuring your stay can be as active or relaxing as you wish, making for a memorable experience.

The site caters for 10 pitches only. Caravans, motorhomes and tents are welcome. All pitches have the benefit of pay as you go 16 amp electric electricity supply.

Pitches are a hardstanding facility either by attractive block paving or low laid webbing under grass.

At the centre of the site is a screened BBQ/picnic area, where a small raised pond will be added over the winter season.

The sheltered service area on the site has fresh and waste water points, a toilet disposal area and recycling bins.

Charoland has a new, high quality toilet and shower block with separate mens and ladies toilets/showers and wash hand basins with hand drying facilities, electric shaving point and unisex disabled toilet facility.

A comprehensive brochure on the local area is available from the Reception Cabin in addition to extensive tourist information leaflets.

There is a small supermarket, Star Bucks, Greggs and Subway within a 15 minute walk.

Dogs are by prior arrangement – as this is a working farm, dogs must be kept on a lead at all times when on site.



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