The local area and walks.
There are many types of attractions and places to visit from Wyreside.
On site we have a tourist information point complete with brochures and directions to some of the North West's finest attractions and places of outstanding beauty.
Wyreside is ideal for cyclists, pleasure walkers, birdwatchers and people who generally enjoy nature and the outdoors. You are welcome to use our land to ride your bike but please remember to call ahead to check the status of the ground - weather permitting only - 01524 792093.
We also have maps of circular routes available at reception and cater for walking groups with light refreshments. We have boot scrapers outside the main building so you can scrap all that mud off your boots before entering the building. Your more than welcome to come into the fishermen's restaurant before you set off on your travels for a lovely coffee. Then you can leave from Wyreside or drive to any starting point within a short distance and try the many walks in this beautiful area.
Bird watching is a pastime supported by many and here in Lancashire we are blessed with lots of different species of birds and wildlife. The Forest of Bowland AONB and Arnside & Silverdale AONB are nationally protected landscapes which are beautifully unspoilt and great to explore. They are easily accessible from Wyreside (by car). There is also Leighton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve and the Wildfowl & Wetland Trust at Martin Mere with superb countryside, attractive routes and rugged moorland, you will find that Lancashire is a great place for cycling. Head west for a more costal ride, where you will find a network of rural lanes linking attractive villages. To the east the countryside becomes more rugged, as you climb up to the Bowland and Pennine Hills. You could try Dunsop Bridge for a great family fun bike ride or Gisburn Forest for woodland trails and off-road excitement.
The lancashire cycleway (90) passes near to our entrance - this is a challenging 280 mile cycle tour of the country which offers some outstanding countryside, (including the Bowland hills) and has some steep hills but fantastic descents! Off route is the national cycle route 6 which goes between Lancaster & Preston.
We have a campsite with a modern shower block on site for a quick refreshing overnight stop. You can come for a relaxing walk around the grounds at Wyreside - just bring your car and for a small charge of £1 per day, venture out from here! If you require any local information - such as brochures, maps, walks, cycle routes etc, please ask us at reception for print outs.
Down Below you will find all the things closest to us here at Wyreside Lakes.
If your willing to travel here are some other things you may be interested in.
WALKS IN THE LOCAL AREA - SOME MAY BE REQUIRED TO DRIVE TO THEIR CAR PARK INITIALLY FROM WYRESIDE LAKES
CALDER VALE HILL RIVER AND VALLEY
THE 3 PARISHES
ANNAS GHYLL WALK CATON AND BROOKHOUSE
CATON VILLAGE WALK
CATON RIVERSIDE WALK
CHURCHTOWN - CRUMBLY CHEESE WALK
DUNSOP TO CHIPPING
DUNSOP BRIDGE CIRCULAR
Our location means that we are accessible to / from the M6 motorway and the A6. We are:
20 minutes from Morecambe
10 minutes from Lancaster
30 minutes from Blackpool beach, pier and tower
45 minutes from Windermere (lake district)
45 minutes from Hawes (Yorkshire dales)
25 minutes from Dunsop Bridge (trough of Bowland)
Locally there are many sporting facilities:
- Golf courses - in Lancaster and Garstang.
- Salt Ayre sports hall on White Lund (between Lancaster and Morecambe) swimming, gym, track.
- Bowling - in Morecambe.
- Cinema - Lancaster and Morecambe.
- Horse Riding / trekking - available locally at Dorothy Barclay's Bay Horse School Of Equitation. Telephone 01524 791154/ mobile - 07791476033
- Quad bike racing - Lancaster.
If you wish to see any brochures before you visit us (to forward plan your holiday), or require any further information on the above, please contact our reception on 01524 792093 or email us email@example.com