Discussion in 'England' started by Hayleylulu, Aug 7, 2009.
any one know where we can wild camp in morecambe
Not exactly Morecambe, but I believe you can stay overnight on the large carpark opposite Sainsbury's in Lancaster.
Yes on Bryan (Admin) & Suzy's front drive
Not if that is Cable Street municipal car park. It is accessible to motorhomes but only short stay (up to 3 hours) and Lancaster Council don't allow sleeping in any of their car parks.
The private Winter Gardens car park allowed motorhomes (£3.00 for up to 12 hours) when we were there a couple of years ago but not sure if overnight sleeping is allowed.
last time i carried on abot 2-3 miles and there was a place on the left right next to the sea stayed overnight think you will find somewhere when we were there the other week we parked on the front didnt see any signs about
Not been to Morecambe for a few years, but we use to wildcamp on the front over the railway crossing .
Drive along the seafront (keeping the sea on your left), as you come out the otherside of Morecambe the road bears right then left, then I think its 1st left go over the crossing and it opens out into a grass common :thumb:
I've seen MHs using the ASDA carpark although you may get hassle from the police who are cracking down on late night car tyre screeching.
stopped here on friday night with no problems. when we got up in the morning there are signs saying no over night parking put know one bothered us
I like it.
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I have seen many mh's and campers parked up for the night on the road next to the prommenade on the sea front side.
Why would anyone want to oh:oh:
Sorry, couldnt resist it but I worked there some time back.
I'm off there next week first outing in the van so I'll check it out Probably end up in travelodgeoh:
Family in Morecambe but not lived there for many years. Someone on the thread mentioned over the railway crossing, well that is Hestbank and I do remember the no overnight camping signs. I'm guessing Heysham will also be ok. There are loads of travellers who mostlylive in houses now so that will be ironic
I have stayed in the coach park at Morrisons recently. I have also stayed in Heysham docks in the coach park where you book in for the IOM ferry, and i have stayed at the far end of Morecambe on the left as the road swings right. Also, i believe, there is an old pub on the right as you come from Morecambe towards Heysham that will let you overnight if you are having a meal or a few beers. He has an American RV parked round the back. This is only hearsay though.
wild camping in morecambe
afternoon yosser,you can park between the old battery hotel and the staion pub,then anywhere up 2the end off the shops past clock tower allthe way 2 end of promanade.im wild camping at moment in a big layby,down heysham by pass,reason being i live in a holiday home,and ive got to be out for 6wks,so im using motorhome and my wife is booked in hotel with my lad.all the best THE BANDIT:thumb:
Aldi car park - charges apply.
talk about being brash parking just off the drive way to a caravan site
wild camping morecambe
Evenin doc paul,I never park in aldi,you can park in the coach park at morrisons as long as you like,the manager does not mind as long as its kept tidy.You can park any where on the prom,as long as its not in front of the statue,i park up and down also in whitelund ind est.av a good w,end all the best THE BANDIT....................................AKA....Phil:thumb::Cool:
They do that a lot in sheepcote valley Brighton!!!
Have seen some there for weeks on end, went there in november and then middle of feb and they were still there same ones.
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