Outdoor adventures

You’ll find all the space and freedom you want at Landguard Holiday Park. This quiet and attractive park has a leafy woodland feel and a relaxed atmosphere, making it just the place to unwind.

There’s plenty to keep you entertained on-park with family entertainment, including lots of child-friendly activities. Visit the Jesters Family Club for laid-back entertainment or hop over to Landguard’s sister park at Lower Hyde where you can enjoy all the facilities including the lively entertainment programme.

When you want to explore, you’ll find the beach just a five-minute drive away and we’re close to the popular seaside resort of Shanklin, famed for its gorgeous sandy beach.

Join us for a caravan holiday at Landguard, bring your tourer or why not go camping? For an indulgent break you can relax or really get the party started in a luxury lodge complete with hot tub. With so many options to choose from you really do have the freedom to create the holiday experience your family needs. 

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Please note: The outdoor pool will be open from 26/05/2017

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Fun riding bikes at Landguard Fun riding bikes at Landguard
The indoor pool and waterslide at Landguard The indoor pool and waterslide at Landguard
A lodge at Landguard A lodge at Landguard
The beach and cliffs near Landguard The beach and cliffs near Landguard
Exploring the children's playground Exploring the children's playground
The convenience store at Landguard The convenience store at Landguard
Chilling in the Sports Bar Chilling in the Sports Bar
The outdoor pool at Landguard The outdoor pool at Landguard


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Beach Fun

Take a stroll along the promenade at Shanklin Beach then rest with an ice-cream on the sand. At Shanklin Esplanade you’ll find amusements with crazy golf, go-karting and an indoor play area.

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Isle of Wight Zoo

Enjoy a wild adventure at the Isle of Wight Zoo, home to lions, tigers, lemurs, monkeys and more. With regular events, it’s the perfect place to learn about your favourite creatures.

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Outdoor Adventures

From woodland walks and falconry displays to thrilling rides or the gentler tractor train, there’s something for everyone at Robin Hill Adventure Park.

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Surf’s Up

Watch the surfers at Sandown Beach or try a surfing lesson yourself. If you prefer to stay on dry land, hire a deckchair and relax or head to the action-packed pier.

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Swim and Slide

Swimmers will be happy with a choice of pools at Landguard and neighbouring Lower Hyde. Choose from the indoor pool with slide, or the heated outdoor pool with flume.

Ways you can stay with us



Choose from a caravan holiday or a lodge holiday at Landguard Holiday Park, with a range of different grades across both accommodation types. Whatever you choose, you can use all the facilities at both Landguard and Lower Hyde, making this a holiday to remember.

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What could be better than waking up each day in this scenic location? Enjoy a touring holiday at Landguard Holiday Park and choose from electric grass pitches or hard-standing electric pitches and enjoy all the facilities and entertainment.

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Enjoy the simple life with a Landguard camping holiday. You can bring your own tent or trailer tent and enjoy all the facilities and entertainment at Landguard and its sister park, Lower Hyde.

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Scores 8.1 out of 10 based on 2108 reviews
8 out of 10


Great time will stay again.
Confirmed guest:12 August 2017
Published on:20 August 2017
10 out of 10


D1 caravan met all our needs. The best wet room we have had and my husband could get around in his wheelchair with ease
Confirmed guest:12 August 2017
Published on:20 August 2017
5 out of 10


Overall, was OK but the facilities weren't as modern as expected.
Swimming pool was a little bit gross and the bar area smelt and looked like something out of the 80s.
Not really to my taste.
The lodge was lovely and new, however it was completely shaded by trees so the decking was a bit pointless as it didn't get any sun. Only toilet roll was provided too. Found that surprising as usually in places like this we have had a couple of dishwasher tabs, cloths and teatowels.Had to buy everything when we got there. Won't go back-location wasn't great in terms of walking into Shanklin and didn't use the facilities so a rental would have been better for us on reflection.
Confirmed guest:12 August 2017
Published on:18 August 2017
9 out of 10


Fab holiday, loved where we stayed and having the other park to use as well. If I was being really picky I would say that the car parks were abit of a squeeze, even overflow and there was mold around the shower door. Also could you put a pen in the caravans? I wanted to write a review and put our names on the passes but I don't carry a pen around with me 😂 overall great holiday and price was great for what we got. Thanks you
Confirmed guest:11 August 2017
Published on:19 August 2017
7 out of 10


The park is well located near to Shanklin town and beach, just a five to ten minute drive away to most of the resort's attractions. There are two large supermarkets nearby too.

The indoor and outdoor pools, restaurant, bars and arcade are all located in and around the same building adjacent to reception. The shop and play area are here too. The park and facilities are clean but well worn and looking a bit dated. All the staff that we encountered were friendly and helpful. I would recommend the park for families with smaller children mainly. The pools are small and not great for adult swimming or competent older children.

We ate in the restaurant just once. The fast food type menu is as you would expect in a holiday park and good enough if you really don't want to cook. We didn't feel that we wanted to repeat the experience. The bar was busy at times but staff did there best to serve quickly and we liked that we could sit and watch our children playing in park clearly from where we were sitting.

We walked to Lower Hyde once to look around. The play area is better with more equipment for older kids and a bigger arcade. The restaurant and bar is more modern here but the pools are still small.
Confirmed guest:11 August 2017
Published on:17 August 2017

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