A dream of the perfect coast

Dorset holidays and caravan parks

With warm summers and mild winters, Dorset holidays are like a dream come true. One of the county's claims to fame is the spectacular Jurassic coastline, but you might not realise that this includes all the different features the British coast has to offer. So not just fossils and fascinating geological features – but also gorgeous golden beaches and sand dunes, rugged cliffs and natural rock arches, and lots of rare wildlife. We can't talk about holidays in Dorset without mentioning water sports of all kinds. Weymouth and Portland were home to the 2012 Olympics sailing, and with good reason.

Parks in the region

Our parks in Dorset

We have four holiday parks in Dorset and they're all dotted along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. While you're never far away from the traditional seaside activities and water sports that Dorset is also famous for, you'll also get to enjoy some of the best scenery in the world from the parks.

Weymouth, Dorset

Littlesea

Littlesea is true bucket-and-spade bliss. It's an all-happening, beautifully landscaped holiday village in a green and secluded part of the south coast. The park is in the ideal spot for exploring the World Heritage coastline of sandy beaches, rocky cliffs and rare wildlife.

  • Take in the breathtaking views of Chesil Beach from the Mash and Barrel terrace.
  • Weymouth is just a couple of miles away
Find out more about Littlesea

Poole, Dorset

Rockley Park

Overlooking glorious Poole Harbour, this 5-Star park is a water sports oasis. Learn a new skill at the water sports centre or make a splash in the pool complex with sun terrace. For a bit of pure indulgence, head to the luxury Spa for some well-deserved pampering.

  • Proud winners of the AA Holiday Park of the Year 2017
  • Located on Poole Harbour and Ham common Nature Reserve

Weymouth, Dorset

Seaview

If intimate and friendly is what you're after, Seaview is perfect for a seaside escape. Although it's one of our smallest parks, Seaview still has everything you need for a great seaside holiday including heated indoor and outdoor pools and a café bar with terrace area.

  • Weymouth’s sandy beach is only three miles away
  • Two parks for the price of one: a pretty nature walk leads to Weymouth Bay Holiday Park for more fun

Weymouth, Dorset

Weymouth Bay

Situated on the peaceful south coast, Weymouth Bay is the perfect base for exploring Weymouth. There are plenty of wide open spaces to play and picnic on, plus scenic nature walks. Make a splash in the heated indoor pool or head to the award-winning sandy beach only a few miles from the beautiful park.

  • Glide down the outdoor lazy river
  • Let the fun carry on at Seaview, our sister park next door

Touring and camping in Dorset

Pitch, park and relax

If you'd like to bring your own tent or tourer to Dorset, we'd love to welcome you to Haven. You'll find pitches at Littlesea and Seaview. We have great facilities and different types of pitches to choose from. And you’ll be able to join in with all the usual Haven fun with your free Fun Pass included in your booking.

Your own Dorset holiday home

Static caravans for sale

You could be fossil-hunting right outside your very own holiday home if you decide to join us at Haven. We have static caravans for sale in Dorset at Littlesea, Rockley Park and Weymouth Bay holiday parks. All offer you easy access to all the water sports you can handle, as well as your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment. They also have exclusive Owners' Lounges just for you!

Learn more about ownership

Explore Dorset

Places to visit

Bournemouth Pier

Bournemouth Pier

Weymouth Harbour

Weymouth Harbour

Weymouth Sea Life Centre

Weymouth Sea Life Centre

Low angle shot of Durdle Door

Durdle Door

Weymouth beach seafront

Weymouth beach

A horse grazing in the field of the New Forest

The New Forest

A guest at Abbotsbury Swannery feeding the swans

Abbotsbury Swannery

Entrance to Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens

Abbotsbury Subtropical Gardens

The steps leading up to Lulworth Castle

Lulworth Castle

Dazzling and dramatic coast

Explore the area

Weymouth beach in Dorset
Water fanatics will enjoy a day sailing, kayaking, canoeing, water skiing or windsurfing. Or if you really don't like getting your toes wet, you can still visit Poole Harbour, the largest natural harbour in Britain. Spend a few hours with a cool drink watching the multi-million-pound yachts make their way around – or just take advantage of Poole's buzzing social scene, with trendy restaurants and bars. If you're looking for things the little ones will love, swing by Monkey World. More creature features include Abbotsbury Swannery and Farmer Palmers Farm Park. Places to visit in Dorset