A stay at one of our holiday parks in Somerset rarely disappoints. With its variety of attractions, natural features and historic places of interest, the popular west-country county has something to suit everyone's taste.
And if it's tastes you are after then Somerset definately delievers. From cider farm shops to visiting the Cheddar Gorge cheese company, the area has a thriving traditional food and drink industry.
You’ll find a superb array of visitor attractions near all our caravan parks and holiday parks in Somerset. If you love the outdoors then head to Exmoor; the UK only national park with a coastline. Here you can emmerse yourself in the beautiful rugged landscape that contains many different wildlife species. Lorna Doone country provides a stunning backdrop for horse riding, walking and canoeing. The park contains many cozy pubs to enjoy after a stroll across through the moor.
The Quantock Hills and Somerset Levels are great locations for cycling and there’s abseiling and caving at Cheddar Gorge – the less adventurous might prefer a guided tour of Wookey Hole. On the coastline the beaches are splendid, with wide, sandy bays at low tide and bustling little ports springing into life when the tide comes in.
Lots of visitors to our campsites in Somerset also head towards to more built up areas in the county. Many make a beeline for the stunning city of Bath which has world heritage status. The beauty of its Georgian architecture, fascinating Roman remains and first rate shopping make a must visit.
Cricket lovers can watch Somerset County Cricket Club in action at their ground in Taunton. Whilst shopoholics can head to the discount shopping village of Street. The more active visitors can climb up to the Tor in Glastonbury, and a visit to Longleat provides a great family day out. All these things to do in Somerset and so much more when you stay at one of our caravan holiday parks in Somerset.
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