With Winter firmly behind us, we are looking forward to the warmer weather and holiday season. Many caravanners will be trying to decide where to venture with their well-rested vehicles that are fresh out of storage.
If you’re starting to think about where to book then have a look at our top 5 caravan parks in the UK and decide where you fancy pitching up. After all, holidays aren’t taken as often as they are deserved and a caravan holiday is much more affordable than you may think.
Primrose Valley Holiday Park, North Yorkshire
This is the perfect family holiday park. Set in coastal Yorkshire, overlooking Filey Bay, this is the ideal spot for families who love the great outdoors and keeping busy. Within easy access of the beach AND nearby lake, you can try surfing or even just a spot of fishing. There is also a zipline, climbing wall and crazy golf. Wonderful cycle routes around the park, allow you to take in the sites and work off those ice creams! With this and so much more on offer you will have to compromise on what to do next.
Seawick Holiday Park, Essex
Situated near a number of beautiful beaches, this park is perfect for those who love to be beside the seaside and all it has to offer. If you’re not a fan of the icy British sea, however, then you will find a heated pool back at the holiday park, along with plenty of other activities for all the family. The park’s selection of restaurants allows you to dine out if you don’t fancy cooking. You can book packages that include breakfast or go half board to make your holiday a little more special.
Vale of Pickering Caravan Park, North Yorkshire
This family run site has excellent facilities and is ideally situated near to the North Yorkshire Moors and local seaside towns, Scarborough and Whitby on the East Coast. It won North East Regional Campsite of The Year in 2013 due to its location as well as its panoramic views of the area. This is the perfect park if you like adventure. Castle Howard and Dalby Forest are nearby if you fancy a bit of culture and Flamingo Land is also on the doorstep for the young and the young at heart!
Bay View Farm, Cornwall
At this wonderful site you are in view of Looe Bay where you can take bracing coastal walks and meet the friendly, prize-winning shire horses on-site. If you are an animal lover then the nearby monkey sanctuary is a must-see. The perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy the beautiful Cornish coast.
Invercauld Caravan Club Site, Aberdeenshire
Home of the annual Highland Gathering, this site is situated on the fringes of Braemar and is the perfect destination for nature lovers and ramblers. There are plenty of red deer, badgers and even golden eagles to see. If you’re into cycling then you can hire bikes locally. Take the high road to Tomintoul if you want to see some spectacular scenery of the coastline and sea beyond.
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