Fold House Park, like all other Holiday and touring parks has now been closed by the Government.

- If you are currently at home / away from the park do not enter the park
- No visitors (including non-urgent tradespeople) to enter the park We will continue to share with you the latest information via our website news section and our facebook page.

Telephone lines - 01253 790267 - remain open daily between 10am and 12 noon and emails will be monitored - info@foldhouse.co.uk

Take care and keep safe
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About the Area

Pilling Village

A national finalist in the Britain in Bloom competition - is in the Wyre Borough situated in the North West corner of the Lancashire boundaries, close to the Fylde Coast. With local village shops, post office, newsagents, tea rooms, cafes, public houses and a traditional pottery all just a short stroll away.

Knott-End on Sea - 4 miles / 8 minutes

A coastal village situated on the southern side of Morecambe Bay, across the Wyre estuary from Fleetwood, Knott End is home to a variety of shops, cafes, public houses and restaurants. Buses run regularly to many places and there is a three minute ferry crossing to Fleetwood (dependant on tides).

Garstang - 7.2 miles / 16 minutes

Set on the banks of the River Wyre Garstang is steeped in history with beautiful architecture, abundant wildlife and array of activities for all. This is an ancient market town with a big history and more recently has become famous as the World's First Fairtrade Town. The modern supermarkets are beautifully complimented by the traditional market selling a good selection of local produce including cheeses, meats and vegetables.

Lancaster - 12.6 miles / 24 minutes

The historic and dramatic University town is home to Lancaster Castle and has two theatres, The Grand and The Dukes Theatre. Some of the other attractions around Lancaster are Williamson Park which covers 38 acres of parkland and has a tropical butterfly house and exotic bird aviary that is open to the public. During the year Lancaster is alive with carnivals, music and folk festivals, organised walks and dozens of other things to see and participate in.

Blackpool - 13.4 miles / 32 minutes

The most famous seaside resort of the North West has something for everyone. From the beach where traditional donkey rides are on offer to the thrills and fun available at the world-famous Pleasure Beach and five hundred foot high Blackpool Tower. Away from the hustle and bustle Stanley Park, a grade II historic park offers somewhere more sedate for a picnic or boat ride around the lake. Also locally Blackpool Zoo, the Grand Theatre, the Winter Gardens and Sandcastle Waterpark.

Preston - 17.5 miles / 37 minutes

Proud to be England's newest city, Preston boasts superb shopping areas and modern retail parks. Home to museums, such as the Museum of Lancashire and art galleries there is always plenty to do in and around Preston.


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