From exploring the famous Jurassic Coast to enjoying a leisurely pony ride in the New Forest, there's always plenty to do in Dorset.
Here the old and the new sit happily side by side, with exciting adventure parks and historic houses; bustling marinas and ancient market towns.
We've got three superbly located holiday parks in Dorset ideal for exploring the 95 miles of beautiful Jurassic Coastline, and one holiday park in Hampshire set in a spectacular county that's home to a whole host of treasures.Whether you want to explore on foot, bicycle, horseback or by car, Dorset has a wealth of places to go and sights to see.
Hold a crab! Touch a Starfish! Once you've seen the crocs and penguins etc, enjoy the rides.
A 20 acre garden filled with rare and exotic plants from all over the world.
Home to over 240 rescued and endangered chimps and apes from all over the world.
Home to the world famous Cobb Harbour, Lyme Regis is an unspoilt seaside resort and fishing village. Visit the harbour and explore the many coastal paths where you may find ancient fossils.
Weymouth's popularity as a seaside resort can go all the way back to King George the Third who often came to bathe in the sea. Today visitors come to Weymouth for its beautiful beach and promenade as well as its many exciting family attractions.
Dorchester is a beautiful market town which has close links to Thomas Hardy. The town offers many attractions for visitors including the castle keep in the centre of the town and the Dorset County Museum.
Famous for its beautiful natural harbour and the stunning Sandbanks Beach, Poole is a haven for water sports fans. As well as this Poole offers a wide range of shops, restaurants, theatres and much more.
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Parkdean Holiday Parks Limited. Registered in England and Wales: Registered number: 3864124
Registered Office: 2nd Floor, One Gosforth Park Way, Gosforth Business Park, Newcastle, NE12 8ET