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Wyre Country Park

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If you have not visited Wyre Country Park in Staynall, Poulton-Le-Fylde part of Paradise Leisure Parks you don't know what you are missing. The ideal location for living on a quiet picturesque country park with stunning panoramic views across the sea, peaceful countryside and enjoying a plethora of wildlife.  Luxurious lodges in peaceful, stunning surroundings to relax, bring the family for weekends or simply a good investment opportunity to enjoy short escapes.

Life at Wyre Country Park is very different to the chaotic lifestyle of many modern-day cities and towns and can provide you with your very own relaxing escape to the country. Close to all the local beauty spots well served with local bus routes and a local train station, quaint shops, restaurants and good pubs. 

Wyre Country Park has a 12-month holiday license, an electronically gated community, full maintenance of the grounds, CCTV, and comes complete with 18 much sought after boat moorings.

If you have been dreaming about a luxury home for your perfect retreat in the country with sea views where you can relax and escape the hustle and bustle of the world - why not turn this dream into a reality.

Wyre Country Park Properties

Wyre Country Park
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Situated on the Beautiful Fylde Coast in the borough of Wyre, Wyre Country Park is in close proximity to many local landmarks from the West Pennine Moors to Lytham, to Lancaster. This park is set in a quiet, rural and idyllic location in Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire. Surrounded by countryside and overlooking the Wyre Estuary from an elevated position; only a short distance to some of the finest places in the UK.

KEY FEATURES

  • Quiet and peaceful location with very little in the way of traffic
  • Wyre Country Park is a secure, gated community so your security is never an issue
  • Friendly community with like-minded people
  • Perfect for recently retired or semi-retired people
  • Relaxed atmosphere with views of the estuary