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We take motorhomes, boats, tourers and static caravans in part exchange for all of our static caravans in Northumberland, Cumbria and Lancashire.
Scout Cragg is a charming and peaceful park, home to around 100 holiday homes spaciously sited in grounds which are maintained to a very high standard. Situated within unspoiled landscapes, immersed in rich heritage of the parish village of Warton.
The park’s unique backdrop is a beautiful limestone cragg at the heart of a recognised ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ with vistas across Morecambe Bay. The perfect base for exploring Lancashire and Cumbria. Ideal for those who relish the wonderful outdoors and looking to escape from the pressures of everyday life.
Put the stress of work and home life behind you at Scout Cragg a glorious park retreat. We can provide a wealth of luxury caravans and lodges and will ensure that your new leisure lifestyle is an affordable reality, a true holiday home retreat.