Its an area of Britain I’ve only just discovered and I love it. Totally unspoilt so far.
From Carnforth in the south to Milnthorpe in the north, Morecambe bay to the west and the A6 being the border east.
If you love wildlife, birds, walking, spectacular scenery, peace and quiet, this is the place to go.
Morecambe bay is stunning and these pictures don’t do justice to its vastness.
I’ve visited twice now and will return many times, having found a brilliant caravan club CL site. When we arrived the first time there were deer running in far fields. We’ve seen an osprey and curlews from our caravan pitch.
Arnside is one of the places time forgot. It has two pubs with great beer and food. Great views, a railway station and plenty of nice walks. What more could you want Its lovely. Oh and location is recently for where Nick from Coronation Street got stuck in quicksand. You can cross Morecambe Bay from Arnside to Grange Over Sands at the North side, but at your peril if you do so without a guide to show you the way to avoid the quicksand.
This walk up Wharton Crag gave some fabulous views of the whole of Morecambe bay . It was also here at the start of our walk that we saw peregrine falcons nesting in the disused quarry.
Leighton Moss RSPB reserve is nearby and is well worth a visit. Highlights for us when we went were Mash Harriers and a heron eating an eel, which was quite a task.
We visited Heysham on the coast just below Morecambe and found this really interesting chapel.
As for Morecambe, lets just say I’d give it a miss. I know they are trying to regenerate the place but it is pretty much dead. Had to have a photo with Eric though.