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Holiday Parks

Latest Holiday Parks

  • Butlins Bognor Regis

    Bognor Regis Resort , Bognor Regis, West Sussex

    Bognor Regis has always been a hot spot for families looking for the traditional seaside holiday. It's lost none of its history - in fact, it's still one…

  • Franchis Holiday Park

    Cury Cross Lanes, Helston, Cornwall

    70 gently sloping grass pitches, half with access to electric hook up. Chalets and static caravans available to hire.

  • Forest Glade Holiday Park

    Near Kentisbeare, Cullompton, Devon

    4 star holiday park set in a forest clearing on the Blackdown Hills. Touring pitches and self-catering holiday caravans. Swimming pool.

  • Butlins Minehead

    Minehead Resort , Minehead, Somerset

    If you love your breaks action-packed, then Minehead is an adverturer's dream. Test your nerve with adrenaline-pumping sports in Exmoor National Park before…

  • Is-Helen Farm Caravan Park & Self Catering

    Caravan Park & Self Catering, Caernarfon, Gwynedd

    Self catering cottage - tastfully converted barn, touring pitches. 3min to the waters edge, and a flat 15min walk to historic castle town of Caernarfon.

  • Butlins Skegness

    Skegness Resort , Skegness, Lincolnshire

    Skegness nestles on a beautiful sandy beach, which has Blue Flag status for high standards. And there's so much to do in the local area.

Traditional Holiday Parks

At one time most holiday parks in the UK were under the authority of the big name camps such as Butlins or Pontins.

The Butlins and Pontins holiday parks are still popular because almost everything that you need is available on site. In the nineteen fifties and early sixties the parks could be quite regimented with regards to meal times and the time you had to be out of your chalet but all that has changed. Most modern holiday parks have a range of accommodation, some of which is self catering. The holiday parks still have all the facilities such as a restaurant, fish and chip shop, shops, children’s play area, entertainment facilities and swimming pools. The first holiday park to be opened in Britain was Billy Butlins at Skegness.

Forest Holiday Parks

In recent years a whole new breed of holiday parks has been thriving in the UK.

The first CentreParc was (and still is) in Sherwood Forest just outside of Nottingham and there are now three other such holiday parks, all set in forest areas, Longleat Forest in Wiltshire, Elveden Forest in Suffolk and Whinfell Forest in Cumbria. There is a range of accommodation on offer, all modern and stylish, on site restaurants and a range of indoor and outdoor activities from badminton to swimming. Centreparc holidays are designed as activity holiday, which makes them a bit different from the traditional beach holiday.

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