Blackpool Caravan Sites
February 11, 2012 at 3:19 pm
By far the most economic accommodation, Blackpool Caravan Sites are plentiful and many are in pleasant surroundings. The main advantage of staying in a caravan park is that you can bring your own vehicle, or rent one, and you can bring the family pet. I forgot to mention the other main benefit of Blackpool Caravan Sites, the offer of outdoor barbeques, which in the middle of summer can really make self-catering ideal. You can also check for a variety of extras, as some caravan parks have a bar/restaurant on site; swimming pools; disabled facilities; saunas; gyms; and some are located next to fishing areas. The Best of Blackpool A Blackpool Caravan Site can offer you a wider range of choices than staying in hotel accommodation. If it is time with the family you need, you can set out the marquee and play board games outside the caravan, and meet other families and socialise. If you wish to hit the town, there are all of Blackpool’s attractions to delight you nearby to your location. Blackpool has a large array of tourism attractions, including Madame Tussaud’s, Coral Island game parlour, Blackpool Dungeon and Tower complex, Blackpool Tower Circus with Mooky the Clown and fun fair rides of all descriptions available on the North, South and Central piers. A day at the seaside might appeal, with Blackpool Beach stretching before you with its twinkling golden sands. You could catch an exhibition at the Empress Ballroom and Winter Gardens complex, home to such extravaganzas as the Strictly Come Dancing 2012 final; British Hairdressing Championships and World Magic Championships, to name a few. It is worthwhile checking what is on at Blackpool at the time of year you go, as the town hosts many international standard sporting events, and has the Open Golf Championships in 2012, the World Matchplay Darts Championships and Showzam Blackpool. All the family will enjoy a visit to the Blackpool Zoo, the forty acre Stanley Park, and the Tower Festival Headlands with the fantastic art projects visible from a walk along the beachside promenade area. Catch a show with comedian Billy Pearce, a regular face at the Grand Theatre on the North Pier, or check out Joe Longthorne, for a truly sensational night of singing and entertainment. You might want to dance the night away at The Sands Venue, where you can get a lovely meal in their mezzanine restaurant. Blackpool Caravan Sites give you accommodation and travel options for your next trip to Blackpool.