The Acorns Caravan Park
The Acorns Caravan Park is situated in the heart of the Cheshire countryside adjacent to the Whitegate Way, which is the old salt railway line. The Whitegate Way gives miles of access through the Cheshire countryside for walkers, cyclists and horse riders away from traffic. The line finally closed in 1966 and today you can enjoy a picnic at Whitegate Station, the only station along the way.
Whatever the season, Cheshire's delightful countryside provides an ideal refuge from the pressures of everyday life. Take a few moments to view some of our special countryside.
The site is operated by its owners, Doris and David Roston who will give you a friendly welcome. The tariff is simple with no extras for awnings, pets or people numbers. Each pitch has electric hook-ups but we do not have showers and toilets, so your own sanitation is essential and there is a disposal point for toilets and general waste.
The story of Culture and Heritage in Chester and Cheshire has been a long and eventful one. It's a tale told in our many museums such as the Salt Museum in Northwich, where you can discover why the county is built on salt and about life on our waterways. The Anderton Boat Lift was restored to working condition and is worth a visit to appreciate the engineering.
For a truly fascinating and fun experience for all the family, Chester Zoo is the ideal destination
The Acorns Caravan Park is an ideal base to explore Cheshire from. With Oulton Park Racing Circuit only three miles away with its comprehensive programme of events throughout the year.
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This page was last updated: 30 March 2016