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Isle of Wight Holiday Parks

Just a 40-minute ferry crossing away, holidays on the Isle of Wight offer visitors a chance to experience a truly stunning destination. And with 4 holiday parks to choose from, you’re never far from the island’s beautiful coastline, beaches and top attractions.

Isle of Wight holidays are all about exploring, from pretty walking and cycling routes to amazing water sports and charming market towns. Our caravan parks are located in some of the island’s top resorts, including Cowes and Bembridge, as well as the seaside resorts of Shanklin and Sandown.

Caravan & Lodge Holidays on the Isle of Wight

When it comes to caravan holidays on the Isle of Wight, Parkdean Resorts have you covered. You’ll find a wide range of comfortable caravans on offer, as well as luxury lodges for an extra special stay.

Touring & Camping Holidays

Make the most of the island’s beautiful scenery with a touring caravan or camping pitch on the Isle of Wight – available at all 4 of our parks.

Glamping Holidays

Camping without compromising on comfort. Our luxury glamping safari tents on the Isle of Wight come kitted out with all the essentials.

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Ventnor Beach Ventnor Beach
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St Helen's old church, Isle of Wight St Helen's old church, Isle of Wight
Pony trekking at Nodes Point Pony trekking at Nodes Point
A family walk on the seafront past the beach huts

We've invested over £2m in our Isle of Wight parks for 2019

including the addition of 49 brand new luxury lodges and caravans.

Our Holiday Parks in Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight Holiday Reviews

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5 Things To Make Your Trip Memorable

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Dinosaur Isle

Dinosaur-loving kids and curious adults will both enjoy a visit to Dinosaur Isle. This attraction celebrates the island’s prehistoric residents and is packed with interesting exhibitions, including real dinosaur remains.

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Isle of Wight Steam Railway

Take a trip on the award-winning Isle of Wight Steam Railway. It’s the perfect way to see the island and experience the excitement of the steam age. 

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Isle of Wight Zoo

Experience a wild day out at the Isle of Wight Zoo. It’s the perfect place to see monkeys, meerkats and more. The zoo also hosts regular events and wildlife encounters. 

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Stunning coastal views

From high clifftops and sandy dunes to waving shorelines and charming harbours, you’ll be spoilt with scenery when you visit the region’s stunning beaches and seaside towns.

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The Needles

What better way to get to the beach than with an unforgettable chairlift ride from the cliff top, and take in amazing views of the Isle of Wight’s most famous landmark.

Top places to visit on the Isle of Wight

FAQs about Holidays in Isle of Wight

All 4 of our holiday parks on the Isle of Wight are fantastic locations if you're looking to book a couples' break. With plenty of on park facilities and entertainment, you won't be short of things to do. There are also many local attractions in the area which are perfect for couples whether it be a visit to the magnificent Osborne House or a leisurely stroll around Robin Hill Country Park.

We would recommend Landguard Holiday Park in particular if you're looking for a more peaceful and relaxed setting. For the ultimate romantic getaway, you can even treat yourself to a lodge holiday and several of our models on this park come with a hot tub. Lower Hyde and Nodes Point have also received positive reviews from our guests travelling as a couple.

Our 4 holiday parks on the Isle of Wight are dog-friendly, offering several accommodation options should you wish to bring your pet along on your next break.

There are also plenty of days out and attractions nearby which welcome dogs including The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary, Ventnor Botanic Garden and many of the region's fantastic beaches. Simply head to our dog-friendly or local attractions page and select the 'Pet Friendly' filter to find out more.

We have 4 caravan parks on the Isle of Wight for you to choose from and the cost of a caravan holiday will vary. If you're looking for a break on a budget, be sure to check out our low cost holiday offers where short breaks are often available for under £100. It is also worth opting to go self-catering which is a fantastic way to save money.

Alternatively, we have brand new, extra wide models and larger three bedroom caravans available if you wish to spend a little more.

We offer lodge holidays across all 4 of our holiday parks on the Isle of Wight and we have accommodation options available to suit all tastes and budgets. Prices will vary depending on which lodge you choose and the time of year you visit.

However, there are several ways we would recommend to save some money on your next break which include opting for a smaller two bedroom lodge, checking out our last minute lodge getaways or choosing to go self-catering. On the other hand, we have larger lodge accommodation and lodges with hot tubs available if you fancy treating yourself to a more luxurious holiday.

All 4 of our Isle of Wight holiday parks have touring and camping pitches available. Prices per night start from around £7 and vary depending on what type of pitch you choose and the time of year you visit.

Our Standard Pitches at Nodes Point Holiday Park whilst basic, offer great value for money. If you would prefer to have more home comforts such as electric hook-up points or water, our Electric and Serviced Pitches are suitable for both tents and touring caravans but you can expect to pay a little more. Our on park facilities and entertainment passes are included in the price of your pitch.

For some of the best views from our Isle of Wight holiday parks, we would recommend Thorness Bay which provides a beautiful outlook towards both rolling countryside and sea views across the Solent. Nodes Point also has lovely views across Bembridge Harbour.

Please be aware, not all of our accommodation will benefit from a view and we would recommend giving us a call to discuss pitch locations if this is essential for your holiday.

The Isle of Wight is a brilliant place to spend a family holiday. All 4 of our holiday parks offer family friendly facilities to keep both adults and kids entertained, including swimming pools, adventure playgrounds and kids' clubs.

For the best family holiday experience, we would recommend Nodes Point Holiday Park which has been rated particularly highly by families staying with children. Lower Hyde, which is a slightly larger and livelier park, also comes highly recommended, offering fantastic family entertainment in addition to other facilities.

Whether you're taking a short break or a week-long holiday, you won't be short of places to visit when you're holidaying on the Isle of Wight. From traditional seaside towns to pretty villages, some of our favourites include:

Head to our Isle of Wight holidays page to find out more about the best places to visit.

Each of our 4 holiday parks on the Isle of Wight has an indoor swimming pool and both Landguard and Lower Hyde benefit from an outdoor pool, although opening times may be restricted during the off-peak season.

We provide a variety of swimming pool activities for kids of all ages throughout the year and you can find more information via our swimming pools page.

All 4 of our holiday parks on the Isle of Wight are conveniently located within close proximity to the nearest beach, some only a few minutes' walk away and some within short driving distance.

If you would prefer to have the coast on your doorstep, Thorness Bay and Nodes Point are the best holiday parks for quick and easy access to some of the region's best beaches including Priory Bay and Bembridge Beach.

The Isle of Wight is home to a wide variety of brilliant attractions with something for everyone to enjoy. Some of our favourite days out on the Isle of Wight include:

  • The Needles
  • Blackgang Chine
  • The Isle of Wight Donkey Sanctuary
  • Osborne House
  • Dinosaur Isle
  • The Isle of Wight Steam Railway

For more information, head to our local attractions page and start planning your days out.

We offer free WiFi within selected venues at all 4 of our Isle of Wight holiday parks, making it easy to stay in touch with family and friends during your stay.

Please take into consideration that due to some of our parks' rural locations, you may experience poor signal strength on your mobile phone. If you have any concerns, we would recommend getting in touch with your service provider prior to your holiday.

We provide wheelchair friendly accommodation and facilities at all of our holiday parks on the Isle of Wight. Visit our accessible holidays page for more information, or head to your park's accommodation page and select the 'Wheelchair Friendly' filter.

If you or a member of your group has mobility issues, it is worth considering the terrain of your chosen holiday park. Our flattest park on the Isle of Wight is Landguard and we would recommend this park in particular for anyone with a physical disability. Thorness Bay is located on a hillside, however the main complex of the site is wheelchair friendly. Nodes Point is a relatively flat park, however there is a slope heading towards the beach which may prove difficult to navigate for wheelchair users. Lower Hyde is mostly suitable for disabled guests but there are a few hilly areas. If you have any specific questions, please give our holiday advisors a call on 0330 123 4850.

To avoid the hustle and bustle of peak season crowds, spring and autumn are both great times of the year to visit the Isle of Wight. Whilst some attractions may have limited visiting times during winter, many of these reopen around March and stay open until October or even November. Compared to other regions, the Isle of Wight still sees fairly warm temperatures in September and October with average highs of 19 and 16 degrees respectively.

As you would expect, summer is also a fantastic time to visit the Isle of Wight if you're hoping for some warmer weather to take advantage of the region's great beaches. Head to our local attractions page to find out more and start planning your holiday.