Woodside Park – Stalmine

We are a small (80 homes) family run residential park catering exclusively for retired people (over 60) seeking a relaxed, less expensive way of life.

Woodside Park is a quiet residential park with an outlook across open rural countryside. The park is situated on a rural country lane on the outskirts of Stalmine village in Wyre borough, Lancashire. The village is within walking distance or you can catch the bus. At the heart of the village are the McColl’s convenience store and The Seven Stars Inn, a truly traditional pub and restaurant and the ancient church.

The village itself has a many shops and tea rooms so you can spoil yourself. The park is surrounded by beautiful countryside and there are many things to do if you should wish to do so. Really you are spoilt for choice. There is something for everyone to enjoy and the perfect location of our park, means living there will give you the opportunity to explore, relax and enjoy your retirement. For your health, the area is served by a medical practice at the Over Wyre Medical Centre.

Recreation facilities are available locally or within easy driving distance, e.g. Indoor & outdoor Bowls, country walks, river and sea shore walks and all types of fishing. The Lake District and the Trough of Bowland are within 1 hour drive.

Bus stops located at the end of the rural lane leading from the park, provide convenient access to the local buses which will take you to Preesall, Knott-end, Hambleton, Poulton, Cleveleys and Blackpool.

All the park homes are set on landscaped plots with their own car run in and garden shed. Every home has an ornamental brick skirt round the home and brick steps. The park home is connected to all utilities – mains gas, electricity, water, and telephone and sewerage system. There is a post box located on the park with twice daily collection and distribution. Sorry we do not allow pets.

Woodside Park is ideal for homeowners seeking a quiet residential location but within easy access of amenities in this beautiful area of Lancashire.