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Brooklyn Holiday Park Southport

Brooklyn Holiday Park is our small static and lodge park set within sights of rich farmland and ten minutes drive from the centre of the Victorian coastal town of Southport. It’s an adult-friendly park and welcomes new owners alike.

Park Map

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Contact Brooklyn Holiday Park

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Brooklyn Park
Gravel Lane
Banks
PR9 8BU

01704 505886

Brooklyn Park is a place to come escape the hustle and bustle of urban life. Our facilities consist of a reception area with lounge and kitchen area. This is an ideal place for a relaxing brew and chat with our team! Also all residents have full access to the leisure facilities at Riverside Holiday Park just around the corner!

Launderette

We have washing machines and tumble dryers,  so you can wash and dry your clothes for a small cost.

Transport Links

Regular bus service directly into Southport and Preston with links to Liverpool and Manchester.

Regular Coffee Mornings

We love our customers to interact with each other! You can do this by coming into the office and enjoy drinking coffee and spending time with other people and sharing your thoughts.

If you’re thinking a bit more long-term, why not have a look at our wide range of stylish Holiday Homes, starting from just £16,995 used and new from £24,995?

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Brooklyn Park is conveniently located near a wealth of attractions both natural and cultural. Please see below for just a snapshot of some of the famous local sights and events…

Blackpool Tower

A world famous british landmark since 1894, the iconic blackpool tower is home to the magnificent ballroom, dripping in gold architecture and heavenly paintings above. Book afternoon tea or treat yourself to watch strictly come dancing for a truly magical experience. Go further up the tower and experience the panoramic views of fylde coast, but don’t look down!

National Trusts Old Rufford Hall

The old English village of Rufford is well known for its nutrient rich farm soil and five-hundred-year old Tudor Hall. In charming Edwardian grounds with lovely gardens facing the canal, you can have afternoon tea in Rufford Hall. Throughout the year they hold special events for children such as the famous Cadbury egg hunt. Preserved by the national trust, have a wander around the beautiful carved oak hall and soak in the rich history.

Botanical Gardens

The Victorian gardens in churchtown have been there since 1874 and are worth a visit if you fancy a tranquil stroll along the river bank or a good home cooked meal in the café. The botanical gardens have a beautiful aviary, bowling green, mini golf and play area all with free entry to the public.

Rotten Row

Close to Victoria park and its famous flower shows, Rotten Row is everything but rotten! A long border of herbaceous plants carefully maintained by local volunteers that blossom into a blanket of superb colours for an uplifting display. Have a wander into Birkdale Village whilst your there and try the cocktail bars!

Southport Flower Show

In 2019 it will officially be ninety years that the largest independent flower show is held at Southport Victoria Park. Each year a full weekend with a new theme and competition, vibrant show gardens, food festivals and celebrity appearances. Guests can go on lady’s day, have afternoon tea and browse the shopping village. With entertainment and ample food and drink, Southport’s proudest event each year should be on your list to attend!

Crosby Beach

Looking longingly out towards the horizon submerged between the sand are the famous and well traveled iron men statues by artist Antony Gormley. If you visit crosby beach and pass the delightful park you will see the statues at various points facing the sea. Look behind you and you will see the pastel coloured houses of crosby. If it’s a hot day, stop off at the cafe on route and pick up a refreshing bottle of pink lemonade. Top up your dog’s thirst, as they are most welcome in the cafe, park and beach. There are lots of vintage clothes shops scattered around crosby and places to grab a bite to eat.

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