Holiday Parks in England
Caravans, Lodges, Glamping, Camping, Tourring & Residential Parks
Staycation holidays are becoming more and more popular and England is home to thousands of holiday parks. Whether its a family holiday park next to the beach or a country retreat in the forests, there is a holiday park to suit all budgets and tastes across all 48 counties. The coastal areas tend to have the most holiday homes but you can also find camping and glamping sites almost anywhere from the Yorkshire moors to the New Forest in Hampshire.
Featured Holiday Parks
The lake district is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK due to its natural beauty and is where you can find exceptional holiday parks dotted around the valleys and shores of the lakes. There are 16 lakes to explore with the largest being Windermere at just over 10 miles long. If you like watersports, the summer season is the ideal time to visit with sailing, canoeing and paddle board on offer. For hiking, spring and autumn are popular months although any time of year is good with many holiday parks operating on a 12 month basis.
The Devon coastline is blessed with incredibly beautiful beaches which is one of the reasons why it is popular for family holidays. From the quaint hamlets on the fringes of the Exmoor National Park to picturesque fishing villages such as Beer and Combe Martin , you can explore them all using your holiday park as a base.
Isle of Wight
The Isle of Wight is the ideal destination to relax and enjoy some natural beauty with the added feeling of you re getting away from the hustle and bustle of the mainland. During the peak summer months, the island is packed with tourists, many of whom choosing stay in the wonderful beachside holiday parks or in the tranquil countryside. No matter where you stay, you are never far from the golden sandy beaches and crystal clear waters that lap the shores of the Isle of Wight.