The UK is blessed with a stunning coastline; golden lengths of sandy beaches, hidden rugged coves and dramatic clifftops. The ever changing scenery around Britain’s shores never fails to make for exceptional walking and endless family fun. These parks around Britain’s shores are perfectly located for easy access the coast.
Polruan Holidays, Fowey
Situated at the very top of Polruan village just metres from the South West Coast Path and only a mile or so from Great Lantic Beach (voted as one of Britain’s ten best hidden beaches), Polruan Holidays enjoy panoramic sea views along the picturesque stretch of the Cornish Riviera coastline from Dodman to the Lizard. By far the most popular of the estuary walks, the famous ‘ Hall Walk’ offers stunning views of the estuary and out to sea; it is a circular walk that follows the banks of the river and utilises both ferries. And with easy access to Readymoney Cove, lansallos Beach and Polkerris Beach, there’s a perfect spot of coast to suit everyone!
Forest Glade Holiday Park, Cullompton
Located on the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can choose to get away from it all or go exploring with the county towns of Exeter, Taunton, Dartmoor and Exmoor all within easy reach. Forest Glade’s unique position provides guests with access to the whole of the Jurassic Coast Word Heritage Site, including Exmouth with its two miles of sandy beaches and Lyme Regis with its famous harbour.
Rowlands Wait, Bere Regis
Just a short drive from the Dorset Coast, Rowlands Wait is well located for visiting the many attractions that Dorset provides. With many clean beaches and resorts to discover, there are coastal walks, wildlife sanctuaries, heritage sites and fascinating towns, harbours and coves along from Brownsea island, Arne, Studland and Godlingston Heath National Nature Reserve along to Lulworth and the Purbeck Heritage Coast.
Manor Farm Park, Skegness
With direct access from the park to easy footpaths leading across fields to Anderby Creek, you’ll enjoy a peaceful ‘bucket and spade’ holiday at Manor Farm Park. A quiet, sandy beach with a café, small shop and toilet facilities, it’s the perfect spot for shell finding, paddling and exploring the sand dunes. Hop in the car, and further along the coast you’ll find Sutton on Sea; both beaches will offer you quiet hours on the sand, hemmed between dunes and the sea. Head out to Donna Nook to catch sight of hundreds of breeding grey seals along the 6 miles salt marsh Natural Reserve.
Halse Farm, Exmoor
A small, peaceful park on a working farm on Exmoor, Halse Farm is a paradise for walkers and nature lovers. The Exmoor coast is well worth a visit with its attractive towns and villages and many varied beaches as well as the coastal footpath. Walk out of the front gate onto Winsford Hill for miles of marked walks on moorland, in woodland or beside the rivers; there are six circular walks starting and finishing on the campsite with lengths varying from 2 miles to 12 miles. The park enjoys stunning dual aspect views including toward Dunkery Beacon, Exmoor’s highest point. And at night, Exmoor is a designated a Dark Sky Reserve with excellent viewing either from the campsite or you may prefer to venture on to the moor with a telescope.
Plas Gwyn Caravan & Camping Park, Caernarfon
Situated near Llanrug (mid-way between Llanberis and Caernarfon) Plas Gwyn boasts outstanding views over Caernarfon, Anglesey and Snowdonia. Within easy reach to the golden sands of the Lleyn Peninsula and Anglesey , the beaches offer lovely sandy family fun, stunning scenery and glorious estuaries. There’s a variety of sea fishing and lake fishing in the area, or you can enjoy a pleasure boat trip to Puffin Island. And you’ll be spoilt for choice with coastal walks boasting the most breathtaking scenery along the Menai Strait and the Wales Coast Path.
Westermill Farm, Exmoor
Westermill Farm is ideally situated to explore the Exmoor coast with the South West Coast Path offering unrivalled coastal walks. There’s hidden coves and secluded beaches to discover, the highest cliffs in the country at Great Hangman Point or you can enjoy traditional seaside fun at Minehead. The medieval village of Dunster will seduce you with its romantic turreted castle, and the historic port of Watchet and the highest tides in all of Europe reveal a rich maritime history.
Silver Sands Holiday Park, Lizard
Set in the dramatic and beautiful countryside of the Lizard Peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty, Silver Sands Holiday Park is ideal for families, couples and singles alike. With just a short 1km woodland walk through the Lizard Nature Reserve to the clean sandy beaches of Kennack Sands, Silver Sands is an ideal base to explore the Lizard Peninsula. The stunning Kynance Cove, the Lizard’s most southerly point in Cornwall, and the unspoilt Helford River are all within easy reach. The rugged coastline of the Lizard Peninsula nestling many secret coves, sandy beaches and pretty fishing villages are all waiting for you to explore.
Bingham Grange, Bridport
Bridport is at the heart of West Dorset, surrounded by uncrowded beaches, amazing fossil cliffs, pretty harbours and captivatingly beautiful countryside. Whether you prefer to walk, cycle or drive, you’ll find Bingham Grange, the perfect base from which to discover delightful country houses, quaint towns and picturesque villages. Lyme Regis is a charming seaside town, famous for its harbour’s iconic ‘Cobb’ sea wall, fine sand beach, clifftop walks, promenade cafes, traditional high street shops and easy parking, all making for a relaxed day out. In the opposite direction, Weymouth’s miles of golden sands and Georgian esplanade make the town a favourite for many visitors. There’s a wealth of circular walks taking in coastal towns, beaches or the famous Colmers Hill, as well as direct access from the park onto the River Britt and