We know our guests are keen to get to us and enjoy the delights of North Devon as soon as they possibly can. Why not explore some of the many attractions on your way. Our Parks are just as keen to have you here and give you a fantastic holiday, however we have to be strict on arrival times to ensure we give you the safest stay as well.
All our guests are being asked not to arrive early, we need to add those finishing safety touches, so you may be looking for some attractions to fill your time on your way down to us.
Amazing coastal views, miles of golden sand, tree-lined country paths and outstanding rugged cliffs, we love walking in Woolacombe. North Devon was made to be discovered on foot. Whether you’re in the mood for country fields, seascapes or wooded adventures, we have everything in and around our beautiful village.
Summer is approaching and everyone’s hoping to be back at the beach soon. You might have seen photos of crowded beaches in the news, but the reality is that if you take sensible and simple precautions the seaside can be one of the safest places to be. Especially because we’re often told by sources like the World Health Organisation (WHO) that it’s far less easy to transmit viruses outdoors in the fresh air than in enclosed indoor spaces. And beaches are all about clean sea air and space!
Hours of sunshine on your skin, miles of sand between your toes, salty spray in your hair and the sea calling you in for a dip. Woolacombe is a magical place where childhood dreams are made, and adults start to dream again. Read more
You’ve booked a campsite. You’ve researched your trip away, reviewed the area and planned your activities, as well as days out and about. You’ve arrived with smiles galore, only to discover you’ve got nothing but wonky tent pegs, mouldy sleeping bags and nothing to open the beans with…
When it’s wet in Woolacombe you still have so much to do. We all love blue skies and sunny days, running to the beach and jumping in the waves. Sometimes the clouds do appear though, this is England after all, but don’t let that ruin your plans. Woolacombe won’t stay wet for long anyway!
Mother’s Day or Mothering Sunday is a day for families, where we show all the special women in our lives just how much they mean to us – mums, grandmothers, nannies, guardians, stepmothers and, of course, mothers-in-law. The fourth Sunday of Lent is Mother’s Day, March 29th in 2020, always three weeks before Easter Sunday.
As dog owners ourselves, we understand dog owners. And part of the reason we live and work in Woolacombe is that it’s great for dogs. Or is that part of the reason that we have dogs? Either way, here’s a taste of what we can offer you and your best friend.
We love Woolacombe, we love the Atlantic Ocean, we love our amazing beach, we love North Devon, oh we love all of Devon, we love Holiday Parks and we have loved getting ready for the new season. We love our guests!
When you are stuck for ideas for things to do with the kids, look no further. There are many attractions and activities in North Devon, as well as on one of our fabulous Parks. We’ve put a list of some of the activities we recommend for you to do when you’re stuck for an idea.