Camping & Caravan Site

This new site is situated on a working farm; it has hard or grass standing, toilets and play area. Based on the edge of the Jumbles Country Park, makes it ideal for fishing, walking and cycling.

There are many nice walks in the area including Holcombe Moor, Entwistle and Wayho reservoirs and the historic Turton Tower.

 

 

Tariff & Details

  1. £9.00 P.U.P.N. ( 2 Adults, 2 Children)
    £1.50 Extra adult (16 years+)
    £1.00 Extra child
    £1.00 Awning
    £Free Dogs (must be kept on lead at all times, lead must be no longer than 2metres.)

    £1.50 Extra cars.
    Tents from £8.00 Per Night

    Hook up available at extra cost

    Guests can arrive from 2pm and vacate morning of departure by 1pm

Opening Times

From the 1st of January till the 31st of December.
We also can accommodate Rallies please ring for more details.

Activities

Nearby

We are only 15 minutes drive from Bury, with its famous market and Bury Black Puddings, 10 minutes from the small market town of ramsbottom with its wide variety of shops and cafés, steam railway, weekly market and once a month farmers market, 10 minutes from Bolton and all it has to offer including The Albert Halls and Octagon Theatre and 20 minutes from the
Reebok Stadium and Retail Park.

 

Evening & Nightime

You’ll find a variety of places to dine, including Indian, Thai, and Italian as
well as local pubs all within about a mile. There are local shops, post office
and super market also within a mile.

Getting Around

Bus stops for Bury and Bolton are about 1 mile away. There is a train station at Bromley Cross with trains going through to Manchester. The station is only 10 minutes drive or 25 minutes walk through the Jumbles.

 

Local Attractions

Park Fold Farm is ideally located to explore many attractions within less than an hours drive. These include Manchester’s Trafford Centre, Chill
Factor, Last Drop Village, Rossendale Ski Slope, Blackpool, Helmshore Textile Museum, Lowry Centre, Oswaldtwistle Mill, Camelot Theme Park,
Yorkshire Dales to name but a few.