Dorset Holiday Parks
From quaint villages to vibrant towns, Dorset has plenty to offer no matter what you are looking for and regardless of budget. Spend time exploring the local area from the relaxing base of your holiday park, or spend more time enjoying the different facilities that the holiday park itself has to offer. If you do venture out you will find Bovington Tank Museum and the sub-tropical Gardens are excellent places to visit. Poole Harbour and Weymouth Bay are well worth a look whilst families may wish to spend a day at Adventure Wonderland which has many attractions for children. Monkey World Ape Rescue Centre is a 65-acre woodland park in Wareham which is a fun experience for the whole family.
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Rockley Park enjoys a stunning harbour setting just 2 miles from Poole's centre and next to a nature reserve. It has heated swimming pools, tons of sports facilities and a sauna and hot tub too!
Swanage Coastal Park lies close to the attractions of Dorset and families will love the indoor pool and entertainment. Choose from traditional holiday homes or a luxury lodge.
A 5 star park with a stunning elevated setting and outstanding facilities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools.
A family friendly site with a stunning location with Cliff Beach and Christchurch Harbour right on the doorstep.
Newlands Park is a 5 star rated holiday park which has been awarded the David Bellamy Silver Award for Conservation.
Seadown Park is a 5 star family run park especially recommended for families with young children due to the direct beach access.
Chesil Vista Holiday Park is a top quality park in Dorset with bus services to some amazing local attractions including Monkey World.
Sandford holiday park will appeal to families looking for an active and entertaining holiday with an indoor pool complex and kids clubs.
West Bay Holiday Park in Dorset lies within the heart of a quaint harbour village just 2 minutes walk from one of the best beaches on Dorset's West Coast.
Why We Love Dorset...
From thriving market towns to historic castles Dorset is a colourful and varied holiday destination. With many local attractions for families and couples we think it's the ideal location for fun days out. You could choose to spend much of your time exploring Dorset and use your holiday park or lodge as a base for your adventures.
Fun Days Out in Dorset
This has to be our favourite attraction in the area located amidst the woodland area of Dorset. This is a monkey sanctuary and you will get the unique opportunity to see all of the great work that's carried out by the staff - and of course see the 160 plus primates for yourself. Situated over 65 acres this is a fantastic environment for the monkeys.
If you like museums then this is one with a difference. Families will love wondering around this building looking at the earliest antique teddy bears and more modern teddy bears from today. A real highlight is Edward Bear and his family of people sized bears which are hard to miss! This popular Dorset attraction is also excellent value for money.
Kingston Maurward Gardens and Animal Park is a must if you are enjoying a family holiday to Dorset. The Majestic gardens are simply stunning and include formal areas with gorgeous floral displays as well as a pretty terrace, a temple and a lake. The animal park area is great fun for children with plenty of friendly creatures including goats and adorable pot bellied pigs. The site also has a visitors centre with shop. At well under £20.00 for a family ticked it isExcellent value too.