Camping & Caravan Holidays on the Jurassic Coast
Spectacular coastline, rolling countryside and family-friendly resorts make Dorset an ideal setting for some of the most picturesque holiday parks in the UK.
Holiday Parks In Dorset
There are plenty of accommodation options to try during a stay at one of our member holiday parks in Dorset. From camping, caravan and motorhome pitches to luxury lodges and caravan holiday homes for hire – Dorset has it all! If you’re looking for something a bit different, our parks also boast a range of quirky glamping accommodation. You could sleep under the stars in luxury and stay in a shepherds hut, safari tent, romany caravan, camping pod and more!
One of the best things about our holiday parks in Dorset is their idyllic locations. We have holiday parks situated high on clifftops with spectacular views over the sea. Our coastal holiday parks are considered among some of the best in the UK. We also have scenic countryside holiday parks surrounded by beautiful fields and farmland.
The Jurassic Coast
Many Best of British holiday parks in Dorset are close to the Jurassic Coast World Hertitage Site, which showcases around 95 miles of stunning coastline an iconic natural landmarks such as Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. Visitors are able to walk along the coast path which offers the chance to view rocks and cliffs revealing the history of Earth across 185 million years. You can even take home your own piece of marine history by searching for fossils on Charmouth beach. For the more adventurous there are plenty of sea based activities on offer such as fishing trips, kite surfing and kayaking. You could even enjoy a Dorset Coasteering trip! For a more traditional seaside experience head to one of many fine sandy beaches – you’ll find plenty of things to do in Weymouth.
Food & Drink In Dorset
Dorset is also fast becoming a foodies favourite with top class locally grown and sourced produce on many menus throughout the county. From amazing seafood platters containing the freshest caught fish and shell fish to sampling locally reared breds such as Dorset Longhorn beef.
When camping in Dorset you might be surprised to find that the county can also boast it’s own award winning wines. Furleigh Estate produce some of the best English Sparkling wine in the country. A vineyard tour here is a great way to see behind the scenes of this growing industry and it’s a great way to spend the afternoon for all wine lovers.
Further inland you can experience the peace of rolling green hills that make up ‘Hardy Country’ made famous by local author Thomas Hardy in novels such as Far from the Madding Crowd and Tess of the D’urbervilles. The county town of Dorchester has no less than 5 museums for you to visit and close by are other popular attractions such as The Tank Museum and Monkey World which are sure to provide entertainment for the whole family during your stay at one of our 5 star holiday parks in Dorset.
Things To Do In Dorset
Check out our recommended things to do in Dorset. Take a fresh moorland walk, explore historic castles, wander around stunning gardens, visit an exhilarating waterpark and so much more… There is something for everyone in Dorset!