Taking a break with Priory Rentals will often mean that you start your journey in either our Cheshire or Lancashire branch. This means that a lot of the time Lancashire is the first stop on your motorhome holiday so we have gathered some local locations for you to visit on the first day of your motorhome holiday.

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Forest of Bowland

The Forest of Bowland is an area in Lancashire that offers a very large variety of terrains. The forest its self-spans over a very large region of mountains, rocky landscape, Mooreland and forestland. There is a lot of campsites available considering the low amounts of foot traffic the forest receives and its rural nature

Clitheroe is a nearby motorhome campsite that has a range to offer the travelling tourist, things such as fishing, water sports and hiking alongside other water related activities. Yet another amazing feature to this park is simply that it is within a very close proximity to the Forest of Bowland.

Brockholes Nature Reserve

This nature reserve is a collective of Mooreland, lakes and forestland to be able to be the perfect habitat for a wide range of creatures. The reserve has a wide range of various areas, each has its own biological surroundings and build up to be able to suit a different select set of species, things such as plants, landscape, and buildings are all specifically made to suit. If you will be visiting the nature reserve in a motorhome then you might be best staying the night at Whittington & Goosnargh Sports Club. The campsite its self is motorhome friendly and local to the nature reserve making it perfect to be able to stay the night after visiting the nature reserve in the day.

Ribchester Roman Museum

The Ribchester Museum is an amazing museum that gives you an insight into how the Romans used to live and the technology, military and landscape of the time. There are even ruins on the site that the people can come to visit and see, if you have a keen interest in roman history then this could be a perfect location for you. Beacon Fell is the closest campsite to this location and it also just so happens to be owned by Hagan’s which in turn means that you can be assured that it is a quality campsite.

West Lancashire Light Railway

Hesketh Bank is home to the West Lancashire Light Railway, the railway itself is a massive hit with small children as it displays vintage miniature trains from across the years. The park even allows you to be able to drive the train if you really wanted which goes down amazingly if you are visiting with the children. Lansdowne campsite is a local campsite that is motorhome friendly and is mere minutes away from the railway; this, in turn, makes it very convenient and perfect for the journey.


Blackpool simply had to make our list of attractions in Lancashire. It’s home to the world’s oldest roller coaster and attracts tourists from across the globe. If you aren’t a big fan of theme parks then why not check out the beach nearby. If you have pets then we recommend taking them for a walk along the promenade. Spend some time on the beach before you head off on your motorhome holiday is a great way to relax.

If you want to take your pets with you on your motorhome holiday you can by hiring one of our pet-friendly motorhomes.

There are many campsites around Blackpool, as it is Lancashire’s only theme park; however, large amounts of them do not allow motorhomes. Camping and Caravan Club give you access to their South Blackpool site when you come in a motorhome from Priory Rentals. This allows you to spend the day and night at Blackpool if you wish. Other than that you can spend the afternoon here before heading off on your motorhome holiday.

Hire a motorhome

If you are interested in any of these sites then why not take a look through our entire motorhome range today to be able to find the perfect motorhome for your next motorhome holiday. Please be sure to book in advance to avoid disappointment as we get very busy during the summer.