There’s many things to consider when choosing your perfect lifestyle for you and your family. We’ve narrowed down the top things for you to consider to ensure that you have the best possible holiday park lifestyle.
Location, Location, Location.
Park location is key, is it within easy travelling distance so you can travel time and time again? Does the local area provide everything you’re looking for? Will you want to travel all year round?
What can I do on park?
Some of our parks are located in peaceful, rural locations with very little built up facilities – you may just have a reception areas and abundance of outdoor wide open spaces. Other parks feature restaurants, swimming pools and leisure facilities – everybody is looking for something different, so make sure you do your research.
Is it right for all the family?
You may not be looking for something too lively, you may just use it for weekend away with your partner. But make sure to consider any other regular users you have coming to stay with you, we often have people ask what there is for the grandkids to do and some parks are better equipped than others.
What is the park community spirit like?
We offer small intimate parks, so you won’t find busy amusement arcades at a Park Leisure Park. But communities are at the centre of our parks so our teams love getting owners together for all types of activities such as watersports at Oyster Bay, Charity Walks at Chantry or Super Car line ups at Plas Coch.
In 2021 we have launched our Owners’ Social Events Programme where you can become part of a Wine Club, kids can go to the Circus or try your hand at a new craft! Make sure to ask our team what events we run at each of our parks to find a community suited to you.
N.B. All holiday home images are for visual purposes only. All holiday homes will be provided according to the grade booked, however the holiday home model may vary upon arrival.