Warton Crag Nature Reserve

Many holiday parks benefit from the traditional seaside town of Morecambe, as well as fantastic views and picturesque walks. But only Scout Cragg Holiday Park in Lancashire can claim to back onto the wonderful Warton Crag Nature Reserve. This scenic nature reserve rises dramatically over Morecambe Bay and provides a stunning, ever-changing scenery.

Warton Crag Nature Reserve is essentially a limestone hill but the highest and most striking point in the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Reserve is home to some of Britain’s rarest butterflies and a haven for local wildlife, which you can catch a glimpse of from your static caravan on our caravan site in Lancashire. The Crag is a great place to go insect spotting as the area is laced with lacewings, beetles, sawflies, common lizards and slow worms.

Plant lovers are bound to be in their element as the Crag is home to the rare rigid buckler fern, juniper, pale St. John’s wort and angular Solomon’s-seal flourishing. While adventurers can wander along the natural limestone paths, or follow the full 7. 3 mile circular walk which passes through woodland, along paths and tracks, across a stretch of quiet road and includes a short scramble to the trig and beacon which boasts fantastic viewing points.

While Warton Cragg Nature Reserve is most popular from Spring to Summer, you can truly appreciate its beauty all year round from the comfort of our idyllic holiday park here at Scout Cragg caravan site in Lancashire.

By choosing a holiday home so close to Warton Crag Nature Reserve on Daly Parks’ Morecambe Bay Holiday Park, you’re guaranteed to be close to nature and have activities on your doorstep for all.