There are so many places to visit and things to do when you’re on a holiday, it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s why we’ve gathered together a list of interesting and helpful resources get you excited and help make the most of your time here. We could all use some inspiration sometimes!
we have accommodation and pitches available all year round, including Christmas and New Year! Winter is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a relaxing break, with Dorset at its most peaceful and tranquil. Enjoy the world-class coastline and beaches (practically to yourselves!), with walks along the coast path, beautiful sunrises and sunsets, delicious meals at award-winning restaurants & pubs and starry night skies.
Fossil hunting in Dorset is an essential experience when enjoying a holiday on the UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast. Our 5 holiday parks are located along the Jurassic Coast, with 95 miles of breathtaking coastline famous for its abundance of fossils. The coastline here is of international geological importance and if you ‘dig a little deeper’, you can reveal 185 million years of the earth’s history!
We all know that Dorset is a beautiful county, so it’s no surprise at all that the picturesque landscape here has had lots of TV, film and even music video appearances over the years. Here, we’ve gathered some of the county’s most memorable on-screen appearances.
Dorset is one of the best areas in the UK for stargazing, with clear night skies and little light pollution. A lot of the guests we welcome tell love these fantastic locations for stargazing and viewing the clear night skies on the Dorset coast. With the milkyway visible on clear nights from March to October, what could be more perfect than sitting outside your accommodation viewing the amazing night sky?
Dorset is well known for its history, primarily due to the Jurassic Coast’s designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with the coastline acting as a timeline of geological history and a window back to the time when dinosaurs roamed the earth. What is perhaps lesser known is the role the county has played over the centuries in other areas of history and heritage.
For just a few weeks of the year, between mid-April and the end of May, many areas of Dorset woodland undergo a dramatic transformation with the emergence of bluebells. The carpet of colour is a breath-taking sight to see and makes for some fantastic photo opportunities and springtime walks through some of the county’s most untouched and beautiful countryside locations.
Dorset is one of the most beautiful counties in the country. Its idyllic location close to the countryside and coast provides a number of spectacular views. All are waiting to be enjoyed as you explore some of the scenic drives in the area. Whether you’re looking for a leisurely Sunday drive or planning a number of road trips there’s a number of view points to discover.
Teenagers are notoriously difficult to please during a family holiday. Spending time away from home means more time with mum and dad and leaving friends and games consoles behind! But, fear not, there are a wide selection of attractions suitable for older children within easy reach of our Dorset holiday parks.
Dorset is renowned for its beauty with the perfect mix of countryside and coast. You don’t have to wander far from any of our holiday parks to find yourself surrounded by stunning views in every direction, from rolling hills and patchwork fields to dramatic coastline and cliffs.
Whilst Dorset is known for its warm and sunny weather, the great British weather can be unpredictable and rain can sometimes make an unwelcome appearance. Not to worry though, rain doesn’t have to stop play, as there are so many attractions and activities, within a short drive of our holiday parks that are perfect to visit on a wet and windy day.