Many of our parks are in areas designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) or Special Areas of Conservation (SAC). 16 of our parks have direct responsibility for protected areas and all parks play a vital role in protecting and conserving British wildlife. We work with local wildlife trusts in order to manage our parks which in turn benefits local wildlife, the wider environment and enriches our visitors experience. We also have 17 nature trails to explore, so take a walk on the wild side you would be amazed what you might discover.
Caring for the environment
Fresh air, green spaces
Greener spaces make for better looking holiday snaps. We love green, natural space and fresh, clean air. That's why we're increasingly re-landscaping our parks with more open, grassy areas and trees. And don't forget that your family can also join our Nature Rockz sessions to learn more about local plants, wildlife and the environment.
We're also proud members of The Wildlife Trust. And it's not just us that have made this happen - we couldn't have done this without our guests and owners.
The excellent locations of our parks also mean you are perfectly placed to breathe in the fresh air, soak up the sun and splash in the sea. So kick off your shoes and feel the sand between your toes as you explore and enjoy the exhilarating freedom of the British coastline and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycling initiatives are in place across all parks and head office.
Proud members of The Wildlife Trust
Between 2011 and 2019 we reduced our carbon footprint by over 43% through energy efficiency measures.
Park Rangers at every park to help take care of the local environment and help guests connect with nature.
Between 2011 and 2016 we reduced the water use on parks by an impressive 10%.
Nature Rockz sessions bring nature and the environment to your kids in a fun and immersive way.
There's no better way to learn about wildlife, plants and the environment than by just getting stuck in. Nature Rockz is a fun and immersive way to get your kids passionate about the environment and the things that live there. From bug hunting, bird watching through to marshmallow toasting on a campfire, get the kids noticing and falling in love with the environment they live in.