- Facilities available
- Pricing and value for money
- Access for larger units - no bother at all
- Location and surroundings
User Review( votes)
It’s late November and it’s sub zero outdoors. The sun is shining and Southport Pleasureland motorhome parking is busy. Not just busy, but very busy for the time of year. There’s around thirty units in residence although some of these are on a “rally”.Finding the parking area is easy – follow the brown tourist signs. The sea front is quite literally across the road and of course adjacent, you will find Pleasureland.
Souhport town centre has a wide range of shops from small boutiques to larger department stores. There are places to eat a plenty, amusement arcade and of course, no visit to the seaside is complete without a stroll along the pier, from where there are views towards Lytham, Blackpool and Cumbria.
Facilities at Southport Pleasureland motorhome parking area
- All hard stand parking/pitching
- Reliable electricity at 16 amps (£3 per night)
- Fresh water
- Grey water dump
- Chemical disposal point
This camperstop is open all year round and it is possible to prebook online via Pleasureland’s website. From our experience, the tariff varies according to season.
There are numerous events in Southport throughout the year such as the air show, the flower show and the Christmas lights switch on.
This week, a “motorcade” of trucks, vans, cars and even a couple of buses and coaches passed though. Our rather shaky home made video shows some of the vehicles. We did not know about this event, but braved the cold to wave at the passing floats and vehicles.