Camping Holidays In Bury
For those who wish to relive the memories of their family camping holidays, our site is perfect. Our campsite provides the opportunity to spend quality time together.
For more information about camping holidays at our site in the Bury area, contact Smithson Farm. Call us on 01282 788 290.
Visit our Campsite
Smithson Farm provides an idyllic base for campers and tourers seeking to explore Bury. Surrounded by the beautiful countryside and an abundance of wildlife, our site is a peaceful environment.
Our campsite is maintained to the highest standard and provides everything our guests need to enjoy their stay. We have several facilities available including a toilet block and shower, and an onsite café. Furthermore, we have a toilet cubicle suitable for visitors with disabilities. We ensure all our facilities are always kept clean, so your stay is as comfortable as possible.
Families are welcome and children can enjoy the company of our many rescue animals on the farm. We encourage children to feed and pet the animals.
Smithson Farm is open to visitors all year round.
In addition to our camping pitches, our site as a range of other accommodation available. This includes:
- Glamping Pods
- The Shepherd’s Hut
- The Cedar Lodge
Plan your perfect getaway and stay at Smithson Farm.
Discover the Local Area
The area of Bury has much to explore. Our site is surrounded by lots of local history including the Pendle Witch Trails, Old Laund Booth Circular and The Brontë Way. Furthermore, we are less than an hour’s drive away from popular coastal resorts.
Additionally, we also have plenty of restaurants and shops on our doorstep. You will always find something to do in Bury. If you are stuck, we are more than happy to help you plan the perfect day out. We have lots of local tourist information.
Smithson Farm also has an onsite Coal Mining Museum. Set up in the early 1900s as a mining pit, Woodend Mining Museum now boasts a fantastic collection of memorabilia. Our museum honours the men whose efforts are often forgotten.