The UK’s 5 Best Caravan Parks For Families

With summer just around the corner, it'll soon be time to start planning that next big caravan holiday. The great news is that there are plenty of caravan parks around the UK that have plenty to offer for the whole family.

Here are the 5 best caravan parks in the UK for families and what they have to offer.

 

Table of contents

1. Yeatheridge Farm Caravan and Camping Park

2. Little Bodieve Holiday Park

3. Vale of Pickering Caravan Park

4. Lady Heyes Holiday Park

5. The Ranch Holiday Park

 

1. Yeatheridge Farm Caravan and Camping Park (Crediton, Devon)

Contact number: 01884 860330

Email address: stay@yeatheridge.co.uk

With spacious pitches and plenty of impressive surroundings, this caravan park is a great place to visit with the family.

It’s belonged to the Hosegood family for many years, and the family takes great pride in the site’s land, animals, and surrounding countryside.

Along with a working farm and a restaurant that serves home-cooked food, it contains two heated indoor swimming pools, where you and the children can have a great time. There’s also plenty for adults to do as well, with an on-site bar and some great walking routes and tranquil fishing spots.

 

2. Little Bodieve Holiday Park (Wadebridge, Cornwall)

Contact number: 01208 815547

Email address: info@littlebodieve.co.uk (general info); book@littlebodieve.co.uk (bookings)

This 23-acre holiday park is located within the peaceful Cornish meadows and has plenty to offer.

The on-site amenities include a beer garden, mini golf course, children’s play area, and heated outdoor swimming pool.

It’s located on the doorstep of many of Cornwall’s most famous attractions, such as the Eden Project (as shown in the image at the top of the page) and Crealy Adventure Park. It’s also a short walking distance from the idyllic town of Wadebridge, so there's an abundance of activities for you to enjoy in and out of the holiday park.

 

3. Vale of Pickering Caravan Park (Pickering, North Yorkshire)

Contact number: 01723 859280

Email address: info@valeofpickering.co.uk

With a large outdoor play area and football pitch, this five-star caravan park is an ideal place to bring the kids – as you’ll see if you watch the video above.

Vale of Pickering Caravan Park has been in operation since 1985. It’s run by the Stockdale family, a farming family that diversified into tourism – and with great results.

It’s located a short journey away from the centre of York, where there are plenty of restaurants, pubs, and local attractions. The picturesque coastal town of Scarborough is also a short drive away, as is the stunning North York Moors National Park.

 

4. Lady Heyes Holiday Park (Frodsham, Cheshire) 

 

Contact number: 01928 788557

Email address: enquiries@ladyheyespark.com 

This caravan park is a great place to take the kids, with indoor and outdoor play areas and a sweet shop. It also has plenty to offer adults, too, including a range of onsite shops and a brewery. Some of the tourer pitches come with hot tubs included, and the park even provides glamping pods if this is your thing.

If you want to head out and explore the local area, there are some great walking routes and activities that you and the kids can make the most of Catton Hall, an outdoor adventure centre, is just two miles away, and Delamere Forest is less than ten minutes away by car.

 

5. The Ranch Holiday Park (Maybole, South Ayrshire)

Contact number: 01655 882446 / 07990 662422

Email address: info@theranchscotland.co.uk

If you like the sound of rolling farmlands, friendly villages, and vibrant towns, then you and the family should visit The Ranch Holiday Park.

This caravan park is the ideal place in which to unwind, with play areas for both toddlers and older children along with a swimming pool and a sauna. There is also golf and fishing for adults, along with some great walking routes where you can really enjoy your picturesque surroundings.

It’s less than ten miles from Ayrshire’s most iconic landmarks, such as Culzean Castle and Heads of Ayr Farm Park, as well as the village of Alloway – the birthplace of legendary poet Robert Burns.

 

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Before you start planning your stay at one of these caravan parks, you need to make sure you have the right insurance. Without it, there’s always the risk that some of your touring caravan’s contents could be damaged and you’d have to pay out of your own pocket to replace them.

However, with our touring caravan insurance, you can head out on your next holiday knowing that your tourer and its contents are covered.

Not only that, but our policies come with the Ripe Guarantee, which is the blueprint for how we treat all of our customers. It’s all about providing great cover and exceptional service at the right price.

Get an instant online quote with us today.

 

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