At each of our 5 Holiday Parks, we have nature trails that are a great free activity for the whole family! These vary in length from 1.5 miles (approx 30 mins) to 3.75 miles (approx 1h 15 mins) long. You can find more information and links to maps for each nature trail below
Highlands End Holiday Park
The nature trail at Highlands End is a 2.9 mile circular walk from the Park Reception that takes in the bee / wildflower bank, bug hotel, mower’s mead wildlife lake, the dog exercising meadow and some fantastic views from the South West Coast Path over Eype Beach.
Golden Cap Holiday Park
The nature trail at Golden Cap is a Highlands End is a 3.7 mile circular route from the park, that takes in our Big Berries summer camping field, the Doghouse Hills, a coast path climb to the highest point on the south coast (Golden Cap) and some amazing views over Seatown and the Jurassic Coast. Look out for bug hotels along the way, the dog exercising meadow and the fishing lake.
Graston Copse Holiday Park
The nature trail at Graston Copse is a 3.4 mile circular walk from the park that takes in the woodland copse & picnic area, the riverside walk, the dog exercising meadow, a riverside walk into the village of Burton Bradstock and a nature walk at nearby Larkfield Holiday Park before looping back to the park. Look out for birds of prey, squirrels and even deer!
Larkfield Holiday Park
The nature trail at Larkfield is a 3.4 mile circular walk from the park that takes in a nature walk adjacent to the park, before venturing off the park to a viewpoint over Hive Beach, on along the clifftop towards Freshwater Beach and back through the village via the playing fields. Don’t miss the pond at Jurassic Retreat, be sure to look out for deer in the nature walk particularly close to sunrise and sunset and stop for a drink at the Hive Beach Cafe or the Three Horseshoes pub along the way.
Sandyholme Holiday Park
Our shortest and flattest trail can be found at Sandyholme, which is a 1.6 mile circular walk from the park. Take in the wildlife lake, bug hotel and wildflowers on the park, before heading through the camping meadow down to the Tadnoll Brook river where you can dip your toes as you cross the ford, or spot dragonflies as you pass the pond on your way to the bridge. The path takes you along a boardwalk through a woodland where you will see plenty of squirrels and flowers before following a trail back to Moreton Road.
Three Peaks Challenge
View information about our ‘Three Peaks’ challenge here