Holiday Parks in Hampshire

With historic cathedral cities like Winchester to the key coastal ports of Southampton and Portsmouth, you’re never short of interesting places to visit that are within easy reach of Best of British holiday parks in Hampshire.

Explore Our Holiday Parks in Hampshire

New Forest

Touring and camping near the New Forest

A big draw to the area is the New Forest which has had national park status since 2005. The forest is packed with wildlife and great family days out. You can go horse trekking, or bike rides or choose a more leisurely walk through the beautiful ancient woodland. There is always an all-important pub never too far away. Stay at one of our caravan parks in Hampshire and you can have all this on your doorstep. Our camping and caravan park near the New Forest is a great base from which to explore the local area. It’s a great choice for families thanks to an outdoor swimming pool, which will keep the kids entertained for hours on hot and sunny days!

Things To Do In Hampshire

Paultons Park

Close to the New Forest is the Beaulieu Motor Museum which will entertain the motoring enthusiasts in your family. Or for the animal lovers you can take a walk on the wild side with a visit to Marwell Zoo. The younger family members will be keen to take a visit to Pepper Pig World to visit their favourite characters from the cartoon TV series in person.

For sea craft history there is no better place in the country to visit than the historic royal naval yard in Portsmouth which not only contains the remains of Henry VIII Flagship The Mary Rose but also HMS Victory, Lord Nelson’s flagship known for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar.

Winchester Cathedral


For those in need of some retail therapy head to West Quay shopping centre in Southampton which has over 100 shops for you to explore. Alternatively, step back in time with a visit to Winchester city centre which is packed with history. According to legend, the Round Table which hangs in the Great Hall of Winchester Castle is the table around which King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table met.

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