Our parks in Dorset
Explore and discover our three incredible holiday parks in Dorset including Bowleaze Cove, Chesil Beach and Osmington Mills, each offering it’s own unique charm and beauty.
Bowleaze Holiday Park & Spa
An idyllic beach side Holiday Park nestled in Bowleaze Cove. Enjoy shoreline strolls and a fantastic range of facilities for all the family.View Park
Chesil Beach Holiday Park
Our panoramic Holiday Park with uninterrupted views across the iconic Chesil Beach. Great facilities with easy access for coastal explorers.View Park
Things to do in Dorset
Discover the beautiful locations in Dorset and enjoy a range of different attractions.
Stroll along Chesil Beach or partake in a spot of fishing while looking out to sea. You could even just sit and enjoy the stunning views next to the lighthouse at Portland Bill.
Portland is a limestone tied island 8 kilometres south of Weymouth, and the southernmost point of Dorset. Explore its beautiful landscapes and stunning views of the south coast.
Walk through the only colony of nesting Mute Swans in the world, and from mid-May to June, you can watch baby swans hatch. Visit Reception to get hold of discounted tickets.
Jurassic Kayak Tours
See the coast from a different angle and explore the world heritage Jurassic coastline by kayak. Marvel at the amazing rock formations, relax in secluded coves and discover marine life.
Visit a stunning natural limestone arch near Lulworth in Dorset. As soon as you see it, you’ll understand why it’s one of the most photographed landmarks on the Jurassic Coast.
Lulworth Cove and Castle
Take a walk around Lulworth Cove’s beach, have a sit down and let the kids play in the sea while enjoying the beautiful scenery. Or visit Kimmeridge Bay nearby for some fossil-hunting.
Visit Monkey World – Ape Rescue Centre to see over 260 rescued and endangered monkeys and apes! See the stars of TV’s Monkey Life and learn about their lives and rescues.
Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park
Specifically designed for children 0-8 and their families, at Farmer Palmer’s you’ll find animal activities, bouncy castles, soft play zone, woodland walk, a maize maze and more!
Our parks in Cornwall
Browse our parks in Cornwall and discover the award-winning Tregoad holiday park featuring some of the most stunning views of the Cornish coast.
Tregoad Holiday Park
The newest addition to the family offers a peaceful retreat among the rolling Cornish countryside overlooking Looe Bay. It's perfect for exploring the Cornish coastline, local fishing villages and nearby attractions.
Things to do in Cornwall
Explore the beautiful local area and enjoy a wide range of different experiences.
A small and sandy beach revealing a cluster of rock pools at low tide, filled with habitats of unique animals and plants. Plaidy beach is the perfect place for dog lovers, being a dog friendly beach all year round.
The Eden Project
Explore this former clay mine, now transformed into a beautiful global garden. Enjoy the world’s largest indoor rainforest in a fun, educational and eco-friendly family day out.
Polperro is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with something for everyone, whether you fancy strolling along the picturesque paths or surfing the Cornish waves.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Lose yourself in Europe’s largest garden restoration. Only discovered 30 years ago, the beautiful 200 acres of history, mystery and romance are perfect for exploring any time of year.
Lantic Bay is a south-facing sun trap with glorious views over the impressive Pencarrow Head. It’s perfect for relaxing Cornish strolls, taking in the beautiful scenery.
Lanhydrock House and Garden
There is so much to explore at Lanhydrock with a network of pathways to discover. Wander through the trees and rivers in the grounds surrounding the Lanhydrock estate.
Just a 5 minute drive from Tregoad is the beautiful little fishing town of Looe. The town has a small harbour and is situated along the valley of the River Looe which flows through it.
Rame Head is a headland just southwest of the coastal village of Rame. Here you’ll find Dartmoor ponies grazing and a beautiful chapel with views over the Cornish coastline.
Nestled amongst the unspoilt Cornish coast, Mevagissey is a village with two beaches and a harbour. Sit and enjoy award-winning fish and chips all washed down with a local ale.
Lansallos Beach is a quiet, attractive cove of sand and rocks. There is a small waterfall on the western side of the beach. Ideal for those with a sense of adventure.
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