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Quiet and quaint, Coopers Beach Holiday Park is a well-kept secret where you can truly get away from it all. If your idea of holiday bliss is having your own holiday home tucked away on a picturesque island, this beautiful park on Essex’s Mersea Island is for you. Overlooking the Blackwater Estuary, the sea views from the holiday park are simply stunning. You’ll also find great local attractions nearby, including the Mersea Island Museum and even a vineyard, where you can taste locally produced wine.
Caravans for sale at Coopers Beach
As a holiday home owner, you’ll get to experience the fantastic facilities at Coopers Beach - throughout the season. The whole family can also enjoy the incredible indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Plus the Boathouse Bar & Restaurant and Showbar are perfect for food, relaxation and entertainment. If you like to keep active, you’ll love the tennis courts and multi-sports court – great for working up an appetite!
Why not take a trip out to this tiny island, visit the park as an owner for the day, use the facilities and soak up the feeling of freedom Coopers Beach gives you? Popular with owners because of its unique location, this really is the place to create amazing family memories with your family and friends. Browse our range of new and used static caravans for sale online or enquire today to arrange a visit.
Highlights and Local Attractions
- Mersea Island Vineyard
- The Beth Chatto Gardens
- Sky Ropes
- Mersea Museum
- Colchester Castle
Browse the latest models and discover our most popular static caravans and lodges for sale. Fully equipped with all the mod cons, these holiday homes are stylish, spacious and packed full of features.
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