You’ll find a warm Lancashire welcome at Gelderwood Country Caravan Park.

Nestling between the River Naden and Cheeseden Brook, this quiet adult only caravan park is set in 10 acres of lovely, well-maintained grounds surrounded by mature woodlands with riverside walks.

Owners, Joyce and Paul, are on hand to offer help and local information to make your stay in Lancashire more enjoyable.

5 star, heated facilities provide guest comforts all year round.

Park Facilities

Gelderwood Country Caravan Park is laid out around landscaped lawns with mature trees and hedges so you never feel crowded.

Pitches are flat, all-weather hard standings with a choice of grass pitches during the main season.

All pitches have 16 amp electric hook-up.

Clean, modern facilities are contained within a well-equipped, heated building which includes a disabled suite.

Showers are roomy and there’s no extra charge for showers or hot water.

Sheltered washing-up sinks are adjacent to the facilities building.

You can buy gas from reception and find out about all the things to see and do around Lancashire at our tourist information kiosk.

Gelderwood Country Caravan Park is set in 15 acres of woodland and riverside walks are ideal to exercise your dogs or to enjoy a picnic on the meadow in fine weather.

For supplies, there is a supermarket in Heywood and local shops within a few minutes’ drive.

You will find restaurants within walking distance of the caravan site with something for every taste from the country pub to fine dining.

Our park is open all year round for you to enjoy country pursuits or visit any of the attractions around Greater Manchester at any time.

You will find the Lancashire welcome is just as warm whatever the season.

What’s On Nearby?

Gelderwood Country Caravan Park offers a unique combination of country and city leisure activities in Lancashire.

Our own woodland paths lead to the Lancashire and Yorkshire moors where there’s unlimited horse-riding, cycling and walking.

The Pennine Bridleway passes a few miles away.

The Rochdale Canal path joins picturesque old mill towns along the Calder valley up to Hebden Bridge where a Visitor and Canal center is.

Golfers have the choice of two local courses and there’s coarse fishing at Pilsworth Fisheries in Bury, all within ten minutes’ drive.

Heywood is the terminus of the East Lancashire preserved railway which criss-crosses the lovely River Irwell on its 12 mile journey through Rossendale to Rawtenstall.

Visit any of the events and towns in Greater Manchester from Gelderwood.

You can be parked and enjoying central Manchester in 30 minutes.

It’s an exciting city with something for everyone: theatres, concerts, shows at Gimex, The Lowry, Salford Quays, and War Museum, football and retail parks. Manchester has excellent public transport with Metrolink to Bury.

Don’t miss our famous Bury open market, it’s been voted the best in Britain and you’re sure to bag a bargain any Wednesday, Friday or Saturday.

Then it’s just a short drive back to relax on your comfortable pitch at Gelderwood Country Caravan Park.

How To Find Us

Leave M62 (M60) at J18 and join the M66 (Bury).

Leave M66 at J2 and follow A58 to Heywood.

In Heywood, look for Morrisons supermarket on the left, keeping out of the filter lane into the supermarket.

At the junction, turn left into Bamford Road.

Proceed 1/2 mile to the ‘T’ junction.

Turn left onto Bury and Rochdale Old Road.

Within 100 yards, turn right into Ashworth Road.

Continue over the bridge and up the hill for 800 yards.

The site is on the right (opposite the Scout Camp).

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