Top 5 Things to do on Park Holidays in UK


Surfing the breaks off the coast of Wales, hiking through the valleys and lakes of Lake District, or just relaxing under the sun in the hotel swimming pool, a park holiday is a great way to experience the culture, climate and natural heritage of England. Whether you are a couple, a group of friends, or a family, there’s something to do for everyone in park resorts.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at all the exciting things you can do on your park holiday:

  1. Visit the stunning Tunnels beaches in Devon
    Bideford Bay in Devon is just about the perfect location for experiencing the stunning natural beauty of the Devon countryside. What makes this holiday unique is the presence of several historical landmarks nearby, the most interesting of which are the Tunnels beaches. Carved by hand by a local entrepreneur in 1820s, the tunnels go through mountain and connect the beaches together. While the tunnels themselves are steeped in history, the gorgeous Devon coast is another reason to visit Bideford Bay.
  2. Visit the Vetnor Beach on Isle of Wight
    The Thorness Bay holiday park on Isle of Wight is the perfect place to visit one of the oldest seaside resort towns in England, located on Vetnor beach. Small and quaint, the town is a throwback to a different era. The water quality is exquisite, and every summer, the town transforms itself into a hub of life as tourists descend upon the island. For young tourists, Vetnor beach is one of the best holiday destinations in England.
  3. Walk along the Walton Pier in Essex
    The Walton pier is the second largest pier in UK and a major tourist attraction in Essex. Every evening, the pier teems with tourists who come here not just to experience the calm Essex sea, but also for the many arcades, fair games and entertainment options on the pier. The Naze Marine Holiay Park in Essex is one of the best places nearby to experience the Walton pier.
  4. Walk the craggy cliffs of the Isle of Arran
    The Isle of Arran is a virtual paradise for outdoors enthusiasts. Often called ‘Scotland in Miniature’, the tiny island boasts some of the most beautiful castles in the country. Tourists have descended upon the island for centuries now, which has made the isle a haven for gourmet restaurants, pubs, and even golf courses.

The best way to experience the isle is from the Sandylands holiday park in Scotland nearby. The Isle of Arran is barely a short boat trip away from the holiday park.

  1. Witness the exquisite natural beauty of Flamborough Head in Yorkshire
    Flamborough Head in Yorkshire is a geological wonder. Jutting 6 miles into the sea, the cliffs offer magnificent views of the sea. The more adventurous can explore the many sea caves lining the coast.

The Clayton Bay holiday park in nearby Yorkshire is a great base for your journey to Flamborough Head.