Hackings Caravan Park

Accommodation provider
Elker Lane Billington Clitheroe Lancashire BB7 9HZ
About us
Hackings Caravan Park at Potterford Farm is aholiday caravan park set in natural park andwoodland, located in the heart of the Ribble Valleyon the banks of the River Calder. The park is situated on the edge of the historical village of Whalley and surrounded by stunning views of Pendle Hill, Whalley Nab, Kemple End and Longridge Fell and has been run by the Hacking family for the last 60 years. The park is licensed for 11 months and all caravans are privately owned.
Green statement
'Hackings Caravan Park is constantly looking for ways to improve its ‘green’ status and we are committed to achieving our ultimate aim of being as close to 100% environmentally friendly as it is possible to be. We are committed to raising awareness of environmental issues with our staff, caravan owners and visitors to the park and we are continuously striving to improve our practices and activities to ensure that they meet the highest possible standards and are compliant with all relevant environmental legislation.'
Visitor experiences – all the extra touches!
Wildlife watching - opportunities onsite for excellent wildlife watching
Walking - excellent opportunities from our door, including maps and walking routes
Carbon conscious – we are committed to reducing our carbon footprint through thorough energy, water and waste reduction measures
Green products – environmentally friendly cleaning products
What's green about ....
Here at Hackings Caravan Park we have recently installed an impressive 250 photovoltaic panels and 2 thermal panels to produce electricity and hot water for their site, we have also had a refurbishment of the shower block to be more energy and water efficient. The professionally produced interpretation panels featuring ‘Brian the Hedgehog’ provide light hearted, green messages and are an excellent way to engage with visitors.Hackings Caravan Park have also created habitats for wildlife through native woodland planting, a butterfly garden and a wild flower meadow and have provided nest boxes for a whole variety of wildlife.
Visit Britain 4 star
David Bellamy Gold
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