There’s something about caravanning holidays that feels like a foreign destination, even when you’re still in the UK.

From the coastline of Cornwall to the rolling hills of Northumberland, these 14 destinations will make you feel like you’ve ventured far beyond British shores. With each one providing its unique charm and offering plenty of activities and attractions to keep you entertained, discover your perfect caravanning spot.

1. Berwick Holiday Park in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland

Berwick Holiday Park is a great place to explore with a caravan or camping holiday.

It has the Haven hallmarks of comfy accommodation, great entertainment, a friendly atmosphere, and stunning scenery and walks. Berwick’s location on the Northumberland coast means it’s close to fantastic beaches, coastal walks and the spectacular castles of Northumberland.

The park has various accommodation options, from cosy caravans to spacious holiday homes. The indoor pool, all-weather sports courts and outdoor play area are great places to have fun, while the entertainment programme includes live shows and themed weekends.

Berwick is in Northumberland, a region known for its rugged coastline, stunning castles, golf resorts, and beaches.

2. Golden Sands Holiday Park, Dawlish, Devon

Golden Sands Holiday Park is a family-friendly holiday park situated in South Devon. This park is well known for its entertainment. You can enjoy fun and lively shows on most nights, including the holiday price.

Family entertainment is on offer every day. There are kid-friendly attractions, shopping centres, Go-Kart tracks, miniature golf courses, and various cafes and restaurants. The Crazy Club for the little ones offers fun games and entertainment throughout the day. The park’s entertainment schedule has an abundance of exciting things to do. The nearby attractions are varied and interesting.

Close by is the Dawlish Warren nature reserve, ideal for a picnic or a stroll through the beautiful gardens and also popular for bird-watching. The nearby Shaldon Zoo has an assortment of exotic animals. The zoo’s most popular attractions are its primates, reptile houses, and monkeys.

Also nearby is the Crealy Adventure Park, a fun-filled amusement park ideal for kids of all ages. The park offers a variety of rides and amusements. The park’s most popular rides are its roller coasters.

3. Perran Sands Holiday Park, Cornwall

You can explore the Cornish coast at your own pace with Perran Sands Holiday Park. This location puts you close to Cornwall’s north coast, a region known for its stunning beaches, fresh countryside, and picture-postcard scenery. Tourer owners will love this country region because it offers a break from city life. A wide selection of pitches is available, all conveniently located so you can visit the park whenever you wish.

A relaxing sea breeze may be felt not far from the park. Regardless of your experience level, take to the waves for one of the UK’s best surfing experiences. The area has many sights and activities that will appeal to everyone. Everyone can enjoy something in the local towns. If you want to go outside Cornwall, we recommend taking the family to the exceptionally well-known Blue Reef Aquarium.

And don’t forget about the famous “Cornish Cream Tea”, a staple of Cornish culture, which can be enjoyed in the Surf Bay Restaurant.

4. Craig Tara Holiday Park in Ayr, Scotland

Families with children will appreciate the range of facilities at Craig Tara Holiday Park.

Toddlers and babies can splash around in the Splashaway Bay multi-level water complex or their indoor pool, while older children can burn off energy in the all-weather Airspace sports hall. Their spectacular Lighthouse Harbour Adventure Village has plenty for older children, including climbing walls, adventure golf and paintballing.

Take a stroll down the rocky Ayrshire coast and take in the Scottish landscape on days when you just want to spend some quiet time together. Craig Tara offers access to the stunning Scottish coast, with miles of lovely beaches and a mountainous shoreline to explore.

After a fun day of exploring, unwind with various entertainment options.

5. Sand le Mere Holiday Park, Tunstall, Yorkshire

Sand Le Mere Holiday Park is one of the country’s top destinations, offering high-quality facilities, a great location, and affordable prices. Aside from being situated close to the East Yorkshire Coast, guests will also find Sand Le Mere is just a short drive from several nearby beaches.

Guests who stay at Sand Le Mere can enjoy live entertainment, family fun in the swimming pool area, or spend the day on the beach. This pet-friendly holiday park provides easy access to the East Yorkshire Coast and a newly remodelled leisure facility. The park features family-friendly outdoor activities, such as adventure playgrounds, climbing walls, fishing, and many more. The park has a variety of fun Kids Club activities, activities for teens, and evening entertainment to keep you entertained.

Touring caravanning and motorhome owners have a wide variety of pitches. Depending on what they are looking for, they can choose from grass pitches to hardstanding pitches with electricity and luxury en-suites with showers and toilets. The close-by sand and shingle beaches give visitors a glimpse of the region’s stunning coastline, although it is not directly accessible from the park.

6. Nodes Point Holiday Park, Isle of Wight

Visit Nodes Point Holiday Park in the Bembridge area for its stunning views. In addition to other features, the park contains a sports court, an adventure playground, and an indoor heated pool with a waterslide. Nodes Point has a pitch for you, whether you’re searching for a grassy area to pitch your tent or a touring pitch with free electricity, water, and drainage.

While you can spend the evening with your family at the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant, you can also take your kids on a beach walk with direct beach access nearby, where they can go rock pooling. The largest town on the island, Ryde, is only 4 miles away and has a tonne of things to do, such as Goodleaf Tree Climbing, Dinosaur Isle, The Wildheart Animal Sanctuary, and The Isle of Wight Steam Railway, among many other things.

7. Burnham-on-Sea, Somerset

Burnham-on-Sea Park is as close to nature as you can get while still enjoying town amenities. Situated right next to the beach, the park is a unique mix of beach and forest. The trees provide shade, while the sand is great for building sandcastles and sunbathing.

Burnham-on-Sea Park is a peaceful haven and the perfect place to unwind after a long day of exploring. Return to your caravan and relax in the peace of the surrounding woods, or stay in a tent or the holiday cottage if you prefer. Either way, the park has plenty to offer visitors.

The nearby lakes provide the perfect setting for a walk or picnic in the middle of a beautiful forest. There are also plenty of dining options, ranging from simple takeaways to sit-down meals at Mash and Barrel. And plenty of entertainment is available throughout the day to keep the kids busy.

8. Marlie Holiday Park, New Romney, Kent

The Marlie Holiday Park is located between the old villages of New Romney and Dymchurch. The stunning beach with commanding views of the English Channel is only up the road from stone-built residences, quaint antique and artisan boutiques, and stone-built homes.

Nature lovers will enjoy Marlie as well. The park is adjacent to the Dungeness Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Marlie is also home to a large rabbit colony, and they have their own mascot, Loopy. Marlie’s 100-acre park is ideal for both holiday homeowners and visitors on vacation. The Romney Marshes, which have gradually been reclaimed from the sea since Roman times, are home to the park.

With a separate bar and restaurant, Marlie’s entertainment space provides the perfect ambience for dining and dancing. A variety of amenities are available, including a new indoor heated leisure pool, a kid’s club and adventure playground, an amusement area, as well as a games area and sports field, a Stable Bar with a family entertainment room, karaoke, cabarets, disco, a food hall and a bistro. Plus, there is a convenience store and a laundromat for everyday essentials.

It doesn’t matter if you are camping, caravanning or touring. Marlie Holiday Park is the perfect holiday destination for you.

9. Ty Mawr Holiday Park, Towyn, Conwy, Wales

A bustling park with activities for all ages and a lovely coastline location at the foot of a mountain. The Ty Mawr Holiday Park near Abergele is the place to go for an action-packed caravan holiday. It has an indoor swimming pool with a water flume, a sports dome where you can participate in different activities and team games, and an art and craft room if you feel creative.

When you need to refuel, go to the Boathouse Bar and Restaurant and choose from their delicious meal selections, including a kids’ menu, a brand-new small tots area, and an ice cream bar for the little ones! They also offer an outside canopy area ideal for dining al fresco and enjoying some excellent entertainment, as well as the Fish ‘n’ Chippery for a traditional supper.

There are several places to see and activities to do in the nearby areas, including gorgeous beaches, seaside villages, and historic castles. In addition to Gwrych Castle, which served as the filming location for the 2020 season of “I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!” Snowdonia National Park is home to various outdoor activities, from easy walking trails to intense mountain biking.

Ty Mawr is an ideal location for a caravan break.

10. Cala Gran Holiday Park, Blackpool

The Cala Gran Holiday Park is the perfect place to spend a family holiday in a caravan.

Cala Gran has fantastic features such as a family pool and a water slide. Their spacious indoor pool features a massive water slide, an adult steam room, and an active play area. The exhilarating Leap of Faith and the vertical assault course are two of their most popular attractions. A climbing wall and adventure golf are among the activities available at the park.

Farmer Parrs Animal World is only a short drive away if you want to appreciate the park’s outside attractions. Why not visit Blackpool Pleasure Beach, which is only a 5-minute walk away, and the town, which is only a 10-minute walk away? They also have Madame Tussauds, over 80 wax statues of celebrities, and a Sea Life aquarium with a vast range of sea creatures and animals.

So we recommend visiting Blackpool’s Cala Gran Holiday Park for that perfect getaway in your caravan.

11. Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park, Ashbourne, Derbyshire

Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park provides every amenity imaginable for a fun-filled holiday.

The park is centrally located in the Peak District National Park so that you can access various activities. You can spend the day hiking or biking on the Tissington Trail, which passes through the park and offers breathtaking scenery. If you prefer a more leisurely activity, you can take a scenic stroll around the grounds. If you’re travelling with your family, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained. Their indoor heated pool offers a water slide for children of all ages, and their outdoor play area will keep the kids occupied for hours.

The park also features an abundance of luxurious accommodations. Their deluxe lodges offer exceptional comfort, and their opulent caravans offer plenty of space for living and relaxing. Their glamping pods provide a unique accommodation experience tailored to the adventurous. The park also features a children’s play area, a store, and laundry facilities.

The towns of Ashbourne, Tideswell, and Bakewell, as well as the nearby villages of Ashbourne, Tideswell, and Bakewell, are all worth a visit. Some nearby attractions include the famous Gulliver’s Kingdom, Chatsworth House, and the Heights of Abraham. This Derbyshire spot is ideal for any holidaymaker looking for rest, relaxation, or outdoor exploration.

Ashbourne Heights Holiday Park is the perfect caravanning holiday experience for you and all the family.

12. Wild Duck Holiday Park, Near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Wild Duck Holiday Park is Haven’s only woodland park.

It is located in the Norfolk Broads National Park, making it the ideal setting for an outdoor experience. Visit the outdoor pool or play a round of Crazy Golf for additional Haven-inspired entertainment.

The park’s heated indoor and outdoor pools offer fun and relaxation for the whole family. The park’s location makes it an ideal base to explore the Broads, with its network of navigable rivers and canals.

Alternatively, the seaside town of Great Yarmouth is close by, and this popular resort has plenty to offer visitors of all ages. So, if you’re looking for your next caravanning vacation spot, why not consider Wild Duck Holiday Park?

13. Broadland Sands Holiday Park, Lowestoft, Suffolk

The Broadland Sands Holiday Park in Norfolk is situated immediately on the border between Norfolk and Suffolk and halfway between Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft.

The park offers guests access to many facilities, including a gorgeous indoor pool with a paddling pool and a 45-metre flume; an exhilarating dinosaur-themed adventure golf course; a family entertainment area; a sports bar and club; and a restaurant and takeout. The park is the perfect location for your caravanning holiday because, being on the wonderful east coast, you are in the perfect place to do some exploring in both counties!

Should you decide to leave the park, there are several options in the area. For instance, why not visit the nearby Lowestoft beach, which boasts two piers with amazing bars, restaurants, and entertainment options?

Is it possible for you to become completely disoriented by the stunning beauty of the Norfolk Broads? Whichever you decide, we highly recommend Broadland Sands Holiday Park and everything it has to offer.

14. West Bay Holiday Park, Bridport, Dorset

West Bay Holiday Park is a fantastic place to stay with your caravan on holiday! The park caters to every camper’s needs and budget. A wide range of pitch sizes and types are offered at the park, including standard, serviced electric, and star pitches with their own water supply.

You can relax in the park with activities for all ages and go sightseeing, or you may choose to relax by the pool and enjoy the flume, kayaking, and snorkelling while the children enjoy the flume, kayaking, and snorkelling. You can wind down your day with a delicious dinner at The Boathouse Bar and Restaurant, followed by live entertainment at The Riverside Club.

The park is located on the banks of a charming harbour in the village of West Bay, Dorset. Bring your bicycle to explore and take in the area from a new perspective. The park is an excellent starting point for exploring the magnificent Jurassic Coast. You can go fossil hunting on the beach, about 200 metres from the park, or enjoy a picnic on the beach.

We recommend that you choose West Bay Holiday Park as your next holiday destination!


Whether you’re looking for a peaceful getaway in Northumberland or an adventure-filled holiday in North Wales, there are plenty of great caravan parks to choose from in the UK.

So what are you waiting for? Start planning your next UK caravan holiday today!