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Warton Crag Nature Reserve

Warton Crag Nature Reserve

Posted 12 February 2019

Morecambe Bay holiday parks benefit from the traditional seaside town of Morecambe, as well as fantastic views and picturesque walks. But only Scout Cragg caravan site 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 here at Daly Parks’ Morecambe Bay holiday park.

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.

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Important information

for Daly Park owners

As you know the Prime Minister declared a National Emergency last night and the government has put in place severe restrictions on travel outside your home and have put in place measures to aid this. Among these measures is the closure of caravan parks many of the parks in the area have closed already such as Holgates, Beetham, Lake District Estates and Holker Group Parks among a few.

Therefore in accordance with the government directive we have to close our parks effective immediately and remain closed until such time the government tells us we can reopen. If you are on the park already we ask that you leave the park by 4pm Tuesday the 24th March 2020. Anyone at home must not come to the park until we have been advised by the government that you can return. No visits are permitted during this closure.

None of us in our lifetime have had to face anything the like of what is happening in not only our country but around the world and it is our social responsibility to consider our part in the spread of this virus and on the strain on the local communities we are a part of. We all need to play our part in stopping this deadly virus and protect our families, loved ones, friends and communities.

For more information on the government closures of caravan parks the link is below and can be found in the section Closing Non-essential Shops And Public Spaces where the directive lists the closure of hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, caravan parks and boarding houses.

We ask all our owners to keep safe along with their families and we will be here waiting to welcome you back once we are through this challenging time our country is undergoing.

Best wishes and stay safe - Hugh Daly

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