Britain's best holiday parksOur pick of top-rated destinations for a family-friendly getaway
If you’re looking for a getaway that every member of the family will enjoy, look no further.
Here’s our pick of the best British holiday parks for a fun family holiday – featuring exceptional facilities, awe-inspiring locations, and accommodation to suit every requirement.
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Perched on the hillside overlooking Bude Bay, this attractive holiday park has something for all ages, all year round. Choose between spacious touring and camping pitches, luxury holiday homes, cosy cottages and contemporary lodges, all with immaculate facilities.
Hendra Holiday Park is fit to burst with first-rate amenities – from the Oasis Fun Pools and live entertainment to the array of food outlets. The site also has excellent eco-credentials, generating most of its electricity from a solar farm adjacent to the park.
Nestled on the Somerset coast and boasting gorgeous views of the Mendip Hills, family-run Warren Farm Holiday Centre is ideal for a seaside escape. Explore the Play Barn arcade and soft play area, relax by the Fishing Lake, and enjoy the entertainment in the on-site clubhouse.
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Situated right beside Ullswater and its surrounding fells, Park Foot’s spellbinding location makes it a walkers’ haven. The park accommodates touring caravans, tents and motorhomes, and also has a luxurious selection of self-catering cottages and lodges.
This family-run park is located on the Solway Coast in Cumbria, and has plenty of top-drawer facilities to ensure an entertaining holiday – from a 10-pin bowling alley to a heated outdoor swimming pool. Varied accommodation options include fully-serviced pitches, camping pods and pet-friendly apartments.
Despite being Woolacombe’s largest caravan and camping site, Twitchen House’s manor house setting gives it a charming and intimate feel. Enrich your time outdoors with bushcraft activities, tackle the two waterslides and explore the woodland walks before refuelling in the surf-themed café bar.
This Dorset holiday park has no shortage of selling points, but its very own private beach certainly makes it stand out from the crowd. Book a Super Deluxe Caravan for a taste of true beachfront luxury. If the weather’s not on your side, the on-site Jurassic Fun Centre has you covered for things to do.
This well-organised park overlooks Wigtown Bay and has its own sandy beach. There are several ways to enjoy a holiday here, with caravans, lodges, camping and touring pitches all available. For a unique dining experience book the Smuggler’s Tryst, which has a boat built into it.
Located just a stone’s throw from Snowdonia, every inch of Hafan y Môr Holiday Park is filled with fun. The Dragon Lakes Adventure Village offers everything from high ropes to Segway experiences. For younger families, the site’s caravan holidays are particularly well-equipped with tot-friendly activities and play areas.
This holiday complex on the Norfolk coast has been welcoming holidaymakers for over 83 years. A varied range of entertainment is on offer here for adults and children alike – catch a magic show, relax in the beauty salon, or enjoy a gentle round of golf.
Set in glorious open countryside where the Yorkshire Wolds meet the sea, Flower of May Holiday Park is perfectly placed to explore some of the country’s most popular seaside resorts. Facilities on site are first-class, with the Scarborough Fair Museum proving a particular highlight.