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CLICK TO ZOOM - Greaves Farm Caravan Site, Cabus Garstang, Lancashire, PR3 1AA.
Greaves Farm,
Cabus Nook Lane,
PR3 1AA.

Tel: 01524 791726

------------------------------- Your Stay With Us -------------------------------

The Coronavirus pandemic continues to impact our lives and as a result there may be Government restrictions in place at the time of your scheduled break.

These restrictions may differ before or even during your stay, so please look at the latest information to be aware of any changes that could impact your forthcoming holiday.

If we are unable to offer your break, or need to make a significant change to your holiday due to these restrictions, we will contact you directly.


--------------------- Stay Safe During Your Visit ---------------------
  • • caravan site opens on Monday 12th April 2021 •
  • • all visitors must use their own facilities in their own units •
  • • public toilets and showers closed at present but expected to reopen on Monday 17th May 2021. Tent camping allowed from this date (Pending Government Rules) •
  • • current government social distancing rules to be observed at all times •
  • • hand sanitisers provided on all water and chemical disposal points •
  • • face masks to be worn in Reception. Only one person allowed in at a time •


Please phone us for further information.

Tel: 01524 791726

Reviews from our visitors to Greaves Farm Caravan and Camping Site, Cabus, Garstang.

Ray and I have spent many good weekends and holidays at Greaves Farm. We have always found Mark and Tracy to be very friendly and helpful.

Greaves Farm is a very peaceful site but the seaside town of Blackpool, Scorton village and the historical city of Lancaster are within easy reach.

There are also many local attractions which make Greaves Farm an excellent place to spend a relaxing break.

Ray and Janice Baron (Darwen)

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The present farmhouse was built in 1686.

Over 100 years later during the 1790's the Lancaster Canal was dug out just to the east of Greaves Farm. Goods including lime and manure could now be easily transported and local trading especially for farmers was greatly improved.

The farm has witnessed the many twists and turns in local history over the years, then in 1957 Bob and Olive Houghton bought the farm as a newly married couple.

In the early 1980's pig farming here ceased and Greaves Farm welcomed its first caravan visitors.


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