While an adventurous tour can be fun, sometimes you want everything on your doorstep. These fun-filled sites are a home away from home – with some exciting extras! Take a look at our top 10 picks for family caravan parks that have something for everyone.
Family caravan parks: our top picks
Blakemere Touring and Holiday Park, Cheshire.
Sandford Park, Dorset.
Vauxhall Holiday Park, Norfolk.
Trevornick Holiday Park, Cornwall.
Highlands End Holiday Park, Dorset.
Ladram Bay Holiday Park, Devon.
Presthaven Holiday Park, North Wales.
Silverdale Caravan Park, Lancashire.
Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucester.
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Blakemere Touring and Holiday Park, Cheshire
This Cheshire holiday park is home to over 30 independent shops and a variety of places to eat and drink. A range of exciting activities are offered on site, including a segway tours, bushcraft and archery. There’s also an outdoor adventure play park, miniature railway and enclosed dog area. The adjacent touring park accommodates all kinds of caravans and motorhomes and provides a large amenities block, licensed shop and a games/chill-out zone.
Sandford Park, Dorset
A short drive from the Dorset coast, this bustling caravan park is perfect for active families. They have an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, high ropes course, dog agility field, arts and crafts centre and sports dome. There is also an outdoor canopy area for evening entertainment and various places for food and drink, including a Costa Coffee and takeaway. Sandford offers a great selection of pitches and excellent facilities.
Vauxhall Holiday Park, Norfolk
Just a mile from Great Yarmouth’s sandy beaches and nostalgic arcades, Vauxhall Holiday Park is well-equipped to keep families entertained. Kids will love the treehouse adventure playground and outdoor splash zone with inflatables, as the indoor and outdoor pools. For younger children there is an under 12s den and a soft play area. Families can enjoy snooker, jungle golf and the multi-sports area before finishing off the day in the Reedcutters Restaurant.
Trevornick Holiday Park, Cornwall
This pristine family caravan park is located within walking distance of Holywell Beach, made famous by BBC’s Poldark. Along with a choice of pitches, visitors will find an outdoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, and tranquillity spa. For younger children, there is a toddler pool and indoor soft play area. Kids will love the daytime and evening entertainment outdoor play area, while older visitors can enjoy the 3 on-site fishing ponds and neighbouring golf course.
Highlands End Holiday Park, Dorset
Perched on a cliff top overlooking the dramatic Jurassic coast, Highlands End is a pristine caravan park offering plenty of amenities. On site is an indoor heated pool and sauna, 9 hole pitch ‘n’ putt golf course, tennis court and outdoor play park. Four-legged family members will love the dog exercising field and doggy shower, plus Eype Beach is just a 10 minute walk. Visitors can enjoy live entertainment, a restaurant, bar and bakery, as well as live sport.
Ladram Bay Holiday Park, Devon
Another Jurassic Coast gem, this five-star site offers stunning views of the Devon coastline and even has a private pebble beach. However tempting the beach is, the park itself will keep families busy, offering adventure golf, an indoor climbing wall, soft play area and watersports hire. There’s also a swimming pool complex complete with outdoor splash zone and choice of food outlets. The entertainment complex offers a full entertainment and activity programme so there’ll never be a dull moment!
Presthaven Holiday Park, North Wales
Tucked behind Gronant Beach is this family-friendly caravan park packed with exciting things to do. Kids can blow off steam on the outdoor play areas, indoor soft play, aerial adventure course or the SportsDrome. Visitors can cool down in the lazy river, heated outdoor pool or the indoor swimming complex. For families, there’s archery, adventure golf and go kart hire as well as the direct access to Gronant Dunes. The park also offers a choice of food outlets and on site entertainment.
Silverdale Caravan Park, Lancashire
Set within the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this pretty caravan park has something for everyone. Their indoor swimming complex houses two swimming pools, a jacuzzi, sauna and steam room, plus a gym and separate toddler pool. A variety of food is served at the cafe/bar and restaurant and activities include bowling and arcade games, pitch and putt golf and soft play. The site is well located for exploring the Lake District.
Cotswold Farm Park, Gloucester
Nestled in the Cotswolds, this park is perfect for animal lovers. There’s a Rare Breed trail and a woodland walk as well as various barns where visitors can meet and learn about the farm’s residents. The Adventure Barn is home to an indoor sandpit, mini climbing wall, soft play and a cafe, while outside is a play area, pedal tractors, log assault course, bouncing pillows and more. Farm entry is included with a pitch booking.
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