Fairhaven Lake

Here are the best picnic spots in Lancashire

Now is the time to start planning our outdoor walks and dining.

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The lake is situated between Lytham and St Annes, directly on the coast next to Grannys Bay and Stanner Bank.'There is a formal picnic area, with benches, as well as the green to sit on.

1. Fairhaven Lake, Lytham and St Annes

The lake is situated between Lytham and St Annes, directly on the coast next to Grannys Bay and Stanner Bank.'There is a formal picnic area, with benches, as well as the green to sit on.
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Brock Bottoms, in Claughton, near Garstang, has a designated picnic area, with benches and a lawned area.'The River Brock runs through the woodland, which is shallow and pebbly.

2. Brock Bottoms, Claughton

Brock Bottoms, in Claughton, near Garstang, has a designated picnic area, with benches and a lawned area.'The River Brock runs through the woodland, which is shallow and pebbly.
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Crook OLune, in Lancaster, is situated at a popular beauty spot on a horse shoe bend in the River Lune to the North of Lancaster.'It has a designated picnic area and cafe.

3. Crook O'Lune

Crook OLune, in Lancaster, is situated at a popular beauty spot on a horse shoe bend in the River Lune to the North of Lancaster.'It has a designated picnic area and cafe.
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The Trough of Bowland is popular with walkers and cyclists and there are many places you can settle down with a picnic basket and take in the wondrous views of the Lancashire countryside.

4. Trough of Bowland, Ribble Valley

The Trough of Bowland is popular with walkers and cyclists and there are many places you can settle down with a picnic basket and take in the wondrous views of the Lancashire countryside.
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