Places of Interest


Set in a beautiful corner of Rural Lancashire by the Lancaster Canal Bridge House Marina & Caravan Park is centrally located to many places of interest.

Nestled happily between the market town of Garstang and the village of Nateby, you can reach us easily from the M6 motorway. Making us perfectly placed to visit the rest of Lancashire, South Cumbria and North Yorkshire and the Fylde coast during your stay.

We now have a newly opened Cafe/Bar onsite or the Bellflower pub is right on our doorstep serving a local brew or two. Take a 10 minute walk to the historic market town of Garstang where you’ll find friendly pubs and restaurants and plenty of activities to keep you busy during your stay. Try your hand at fishing and clay pigeon shooting, as well as a couple of rounds of golf. We also offer day boat hire for a relaxing day on the Lancaster Canal.

At Bridge House Marina we’re within easy driving distance of some of the most popular areas in the country, counting the Lake District, the North Yorkshire Moors and the seaside resort of Blackpool as some of our neighbours - all reachable within an hour.

The Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a favourite for walkers, hikers and cyclists, and is home to some fantastic local country shows and fayres throughout the summer months. And don’t forget the beautiful and historic City of Lancaster, as great for shopping as it is for sightseeing!

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Morecombe Bay

Explore nature’s amphitheatre. Explore Morecambe Bay.

Meet the King of Piel Island or the Queen’s Guide to Sands. Discover Morecambe Bay’s bustling Victorian towns and Art Deco glamour wherever you look. Uncover ancient sites and seafaring traditions. Marvel at spellbinding views and stunning skies of Morecambe Bay that seem to set the sea alight. Hear the Bay’s wading birds calling, seals playing, and kite-sails flying… or just sit back and enjoy some freshly caught fish and chips.

Scorton Village

Scorton is a small rural village on the banks of the River Wyre situated in Lancashire, England, about 8 miles south of Lancaster and 13 miles north of Preston.

Scorton meaning ‘farmstead near a ditch or ravine’ is a village in the parish of Nether Wyresdale, along the road from Garstang. It was developed around the cotton mill and railway in the nineteenth century, although there are records of the village and catholic church in Scurton, or Scorton, tracing back to the 17C.

Today the village is a popular destination for walkers, cyclists and visitors seeking refreshment at The Priory, The Barn, Daisy Clough Nurseries and Apple Store Cafe at Wyresdale Park. Nearby landmark Nicky Nook is a popular climb, and the fisheries at Wyreside Lake and Cleveley Mere are well worth a visit too.