Spring Breaks with Parkdean
Forget spring cleaning. This spring, take a well-deserved post-Christmas break at one of our idyllic UK parks. With the days getting longer, you’ve got plenty of time to take in all the natural beauty of your surroundings, so what better time to visit the coast or the countryside. The cold winter weather is behind us, the busy summer period is yet to come, so enjoy the peace and serenity of a spring get away whilst you can!
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Enjoy a relaxing Spring Break in Cornwall
Spring is the season in bloom, so where better to spend it than the home of The Eden Project, the country’s largest greenhouse? Over March, April and May the region has a lot to offer. From flower shows and folk festivals, to walking weeks and surfing championships, you won’t be short of excitement if you choose to spend spring in Cornwall. With a total of 8 parks to pick from, whichever part of the region you’re looking to explore, we’ve got the perfect place for you. Why not bring your dog too? Our guide to dog friendly holidays in Cornwall has plenty of tips and places to visit.
Discover springtime in Devon
Being one of the most southern regions in the UK, Devon gets a first glimpse of the spring sun as it breaks through the winter clouds. As the season progresses, Devon really comes into its own. April welcomes the Exeter festival of food and drink, whilst May brings in the Devon County show weekend. Our three parks in Challaborough Bay, Ruda and Torquay are all in locations with amazing views of sandy beaches and coastal scenes, so for a spring break to remember, Devon is the place to be.
Explore the Dorset Coast
There’s a lot to be seen and done in Dorset, which is why it’s one of our favourite places to take a spring break. As well as the wide variety of regular tourist attractions that are open all year round, there are countless woodland and coastal walks that come alive during the spring months. Whether it’s a countryside getaway you’re after, or a coastal retreat, we’re sure you’ll find your perfect break at one of our three Dorset parks.
Woodland and Coastal Holidays in Scotland
It’s all fun and games when spring hits Scotland. Throughout the season there are music, comedy, and whisky festivals to look forward to, as well as the famous Scottish Grand National. With all this excitement, it’s good to know that whilst all of our six holiday parks in the country offer entertainment of their own, they’re also great places to relax. With lodges or caravans to choose from, nestled in woodland or right by the sea, there’s something for everyone in Scotland this spring, including your dog! Take a look at our guide to dog friendly holidays in Scotland, packed full of useful tips and you can bring your pooch along too with pet friendly accommodation at some parks.
Spring Breaks in Beautiful Wales
Look forward to a wide array of things to do in Wales, the place where picturesque countryside and beautiful beaches sit side by side. Both of our parks in the area are right by a bay, so you can expect phenomenal beach views as the spring sun rises over the golden sands. But that’s not all Wales has to offer. Over the spring months the country plays host to festivals celebrating both jazz and art. With two charming parks to choose between, what better place than Wales to take a spring break?
Countryside and Seaside in one in Norfolk
Spring into action with a trip to Norfolk this March, April or May. During a stay at Cherry Tree Holiday Park you’ll enjoy being surrounded by the countryside, whilst being just a hop, step and a jump away from all the excitement of Great Yarmouth. There are plenty of local lakes to explore, and the wildlife park really comes to life during the spring months. All of this, plus an indoor swimming pool, means a spring break in Norfolk really is an exciting affair.
Peaceful Spring Breaks in Hampshire
If you’re into walking and exploring, then Hayling Island is sure to put a spring in your step. There are plenty of places for scenic strolls, such as the Hayling Billy coastal path and Hampshire’s great garden, and venture into the lively city of Portsmouth and you could even challenge yourself with a climb up Spinnaker Tower. Once you’ve tired yourself out, a relaxing evening unwinding in one of the park’s heated pools will be just what you need. So for a spring break of adventure, head on over to Hampshire.