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By Parkdean Resorts on 05/11/2020

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Whether you’re organising a big family getaway or a relaxing escape as a couple, our 66 holiday parks have something to suit everyone, and these are just ten of our favourites. The question is, how do you choose the park that’s right for you? Read on to discover our guide to some of the best UK holiday parks and gain some insight on what makes these particular parks so popular with Parkdean Resorts’ customers.

1. Trecco Bay Holiday Park, Wales

  • Where is Trecco Bay Holiday Park? Porthcawl, Mid Glamorgan, CF36 5PW
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 300 reviews, Trecco Bay Holiday Park is rated 8.2/10


It’s no surprise that Trecco Bay takes the top spot in popularity with our guests. Being the biggest holiday park in the UK, it’s a hit with families with children due to the large number of facilities, activities and family-friendly entertainment on offer. The wide range of restaurants, cafés and takeaways will leave your taste buds spoilt for choice too - whether it’s a quick bite at the Deli on the Deck or a mouthwatering Papa John’s pizza.

If you’re staying at Trecco, you’re also only a 5 minute walk from three of Wales’ amazing beaches, and the town of Porthcawl and its many attractions is just a stone’s throw away. What’s not to love?

"Love this place! We've been going for years and always love it. Personally, it is my favourite caravan park that I have been to so far." - Amelia via Google Reviews 

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The crazy golf course at Trecco Bay

2. Ruda Holiday Park, Devon

  • Where is Ruda Holiday Park? Croyde Bay, Devon, EX33 1NP
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 700 reviews, Ruda Holiday Park is rated 8.6/10


Often regarded as one of our most beautiful locations due to its close proximity to the North Devon coastline, Ruda is renowned for being a park that guests return to time and again for their UK staycation - with some families having holidayed here for decades.

Nestled in well-maintained grounds, Ruda will appeal to a variety of customers, making it one of the best holiday parks in the UK. There are many scenic coastal walking routes to take advantage of, or for something more action-packed, you’ve got Devon’s most popular surfing beach – Croyde Bay – right on your doorstep. Our caravans and lodges in Devon are also dog-friendly at Ruda should you want to bring your canine companion along!

"Been coming to Ruda for about 20 years since I was a child coming with my family. Now visit a couple of times a year. Would highly recommend." - Jakob via Reevoo


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Surfing on Croyde Bay Beach

3. Camber Sands Holiday Park, East Sussex

  • Where is Camber Sands Holiday Park? Camber, East Sussex, TN31 7RT
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 8,000 reviews, Camber Sands Holiday Park is rated 7.7/10


Benefitting from a multi-million pound makeover in 2020, head to Camber Sands for your next break and you can expect everything from refurbished accommodation to a brand new activity programme, suiting kids and adults alike. Whether it’s creating a masterpiece in the Arts and Crafts Den or scaling the climbing wall, there’s so much to do on park. Not to mention the four indoor pools!

Situated right on the iconic beach of the same name, you can enjoy seven glorious miles of sand and sea - it’s also renowned for being a popular filming location. Plus there’s a wealth of fantastic days out to enjoy in the local area.

"Lovely caravan, polite staff, spotless everywhere. I would recommend this park to everyone, no matter what age you are." - Denise via Google Reviews


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Family Karts at Camber Sands

4. Sandford Holiday Park, Dorset

  • Where is Sandford Holiday Park? Poole, Dorset, BH16 6JZ
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 900 reviews, Sandford Holiday Park is rated 7.9/10


If you’re looking for a holiday park that offers the best of both worlds, Sandford is definitely one to consider. Nature lovers will appreciate the peaceful park setting and its woodland features, complete with scampering rabbits and squirrels. Yet, head to the complex area and you’ll find lively entertainment and a whole host of fun-filled activities should this be your holiday of choice.

The park’s central location makes it ideal for exploring Dorset and there are excellent public transport links too for those who don’t drive. Make sure to check out our luxury hot tub lodges for a break with ultimate relaxation.

"This park was beautiful, the surroundings were idyllic. The caravan was spotless and perfect for our weekend getaway. We will certainly be returning next year." - Rachel via Reevoo


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Touring and camping pitches at Sandford

5. Vauxhall Holiday Park, Norfolk

  • Where is Vauxhall Holiday Park? Acle New Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 1TB
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 700 reviews, Vauxhall Holiday Park is rated 8.1/10


Full to the brim with exciting activities and entertainment for both young and old, head to Vauxhall for your next getaway and you’ll see for yourself why this is one of the best holiday parks in the UK. The park’s location is perfect for seeing the sights in Great Yarmouth and making the most of its countless attractions, plus it’s just a short drive to the beach.

What makes this park a cut above the rest is the many ways you can choose to stay. Whether you opt for a caravan, lodge, apartment, or one of our cosy glamping pods unique to Vauxhall, you’ll have all of your home comforts at your fingertips.

"I have been coming to Vauxhall for sixty years and have never been disappointed." - Selwyn via Reevoo

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Glamping pods at Vauxhall

6. Newquay Holiday Park, Cornwall

  • Where is Newquay Holiday Park? Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 4HS
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 900 reviews, Newquay Holiday Park is rated 7.8/10


Considered to be one of our best holiday parks for kidsNewquay, like Sandford, offers quiet and peaceful pitches but a bustling complex area with top quality entertainment and facilities to get stuck into. Children can while away the days splashing about in the three outdoor pools, whilst you relax with a drink and soak up the fantastic views of Cornwall’s rolling green hills which surround the entire park.

Conveniently located for discovering Newquay and its many beaches, this well-maintained park has also seen significant accommodation investment in 2020, boasting some of our finest new caravans and lodges.

"Excellent stay. Wonderful caravan. Exceptional cleanliness. Park in good location. Not the first time we've been and won't be the last." - Tracey via Reevoo


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The three outdoor swimming pools at Newquay

7. Warmwell Holiday Park, Dorset

  • Where is Warmwell Holiday Park? Weymouth, Dorset, DT2 8JE
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 700 reviews, Warmwell Holiday Park is rated 8.6/10


Our only lodge-only park, Warmwell’s natural woodland setting provides truly beautiful surroundings for your holiday in Dorset. Complemented by picturesque fishing lakes and local wildlife, the park is well-known for its offering of festive December breaks should you wish to spend the run up to Christmas a little differently!

The park has seen substantial investment this year, with a brand new development of top of the range hot tub lodges, as well as an enhanced activities programme. Warmwell is undoubtedly one of the best holiday parks for activities, providing exclusive facilities such as a dry ski slope and roller rink alongside what we usually offer.

"A great holiday location that I've used many times over 10 years. I've never been disappointed and always would return back to this beautiful holiday park." - Mark via Reevoo


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The high ropes course at Warmwell

8. Fallbarrow Holiday Park, Lake District

  • Where is Fallbarrow Holiday Park? Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 3DL
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 4,000 reviews, Fallbarrow Holiday Park is rated 9/10


Our holiday parks in the Lake District continue to be some of the most highly rated destinations by our customers, and Fallbarrow remains a favourite in particular with couples due its tranquil environment. Positioned on the edge of the breathtaking Lake Windermere, the stunning views and sheltered lodges are what make this park so special.

One of the main advantages of Fallbarrow is having the town of Bowness-on-Windermere right on your doorstep, where you can see the sights or simply unwind in one of the numerous pubs and restaurants.

"We have stayed at 4 or 5 Parkdean holiday parks and this is without a doubt the best one so far. Our caravan was spotlessly clean and everything felt brand new. The location is fantastic." - Jennie via TripAdvisor

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The jetty on Lake Windermere at Fallbarrow

9. Cayton Bay Holiday Park, Yorkshire

  • Where is Cayton Bay Holiday Park? Cayton Bay, North Yorkshire, YO11 3NJ
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 8,000 reviews, Cayton Bay Holiday Park is rated 8.2/10


If you’re looking to spend your UK holiday in Yorkshire, why not head to Cayton Bay? A family orientated holiday park with plenty to do on site, it’s a coastal retreat our guests return to every year. Whilst there are activities catering to all ages, it’s a particularly good park to bring small children and many customers have recommended the swimming pool for little ones.

Cayton Bay is a brilliant base for discovering the nearby seaside towns of Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington, and having the beach just minutes away from your caravan or lodge is an added bonus.

"Until last year I had never stayed in a caravan and since then we've been here three times! Cayton Bay is a very special place and we are looking forward to making memories here for years to come." - Bex via TripAdvisor

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The indoor swimming pool at Cayton Bay

10. Southview Holiday Park, Lincolnshire

  • Where is Southview Holiday Park? Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2LA
  • Reevoo Rating: From over 10,000 reviews, Southview Holiday Park is rated 8.4/10


Our final recommendation as one of the best holiday parks in the UK is Southview. A large, but peaceful park, it’s one of our most visited in the region. Popular for fishing with its two well-stocked lakes, you can expect to see ducks waddling amongst the caravans and lodges. It’s also one of our two parks that houses a hotel, which has undergone a major renovation for 2020.

There is plenty to do at Southview, however if you want to venture out and about, the town of Skegness is close by - with traditional seaside town charm and attractions in abundance.

"This is our eighth year visiting Southview and to be honest, if we could, we'd live here. We really enjoyed our stay and have already booked for July and September next year." - Donna via TripAdvisor

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The fishing lake at Southview

These are just a few examples of some of our best UK holiday parks and we hope that you’ve found this guide useful in deciding which park to visit on your next break. To find out even more about them and what they offer, simply head to our park overview pages.