Claylands Caravan Park near Garstang is celebrating success after winning the North West in Bloom’s gold award for caravan sites, the highest standard for floral displays and landscaping.
It follows last year’s success when the park took silver gilt.
Andrew Brewer, of site owners Wyre Parks, said: “Management and staff were thrilled to hear of our success and, with quality standards at caravan and holiday home parks increasing steadily, we are delighted our hard work has been recognised.”
Claylands also received praise during its AA Caravan and Camping assessment where the inspector acknowledged improvements, praising “pristine grounds maintenance, a diligent approach to cleanliness” and a reception with “wow factor.”
Mr Brewer added: “In spite of the challenging economic climate we had another successful year at Claylands Park. These awards demonstrate that the park is always improving standards for visitors to this area.”
Claylands Park was taken over by Fred and Margaret Robinson in 1959. It has won many accolades down the years, and in 2011 was runner up in the Lancashire Caravan Park contest.