Holidays in Dorset

Holiday Parks in Dorset

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    Dorset Caravan Holiday Parks

    Fancy a Dorset holiday? Head for one our Dorset holiday parks dotted around the country. They’re the perfect base for visiting one of the county’s claims to fame – the striking Jurassic coastline. Fossils and fascinating geological features aren’t the only order of the day here. There are golden beaches backed by rugged cliffs that are home to many different species of rare wildlife.

    Four of our parks are on hand for a Dorset caravan holiday. Some of the best scenery in the country will be just steps from your accommodation, with easy access to the rest of the county brimming with things to do. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Dorset.

    Head out for the idyllic Dorset getaway at Littlesea where the stunning Jurassic coast awaits with stunning beaches and historical landmarks.

    • Close to Weymouth Beach
    • Stunning sea views
    • Pools
    • Coastal walks
    4 nights from £59

    A nature lover’s dream, head down to Dorset’s Rockley Park where beaches, lakes, woodland and wildlife all await you.

    • Pools
    • Mash and Barrel
    • Outdoor pool
    • Wonderful walks
    4 nights from £59

    Relax on an award-winning beach, discover the excitement of the seaside town of Weymouth and soak in the views all around Weymouth Bay.

    • Indoor pool
    • Entertainment
    • Bowleaze Cove
    • Nature walks
    4 nights from £49

    Traditional sun, sand and fun on the Dorset coast, with added Jurassic coastline.

    • Adventure Village
    • Pools
    • Weymouth Beach nearby
    • Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove
    4 nights from £59
    Man O'War Beach (Durdle Door East), Dorset
    Things to do in Weymouth
    The Fleet Lagoon

    Three great things about Dorset

    Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site

    This spectacular 155-mile stretch of Dorset coastline runs from Studland all the way to Exmouth in Devon. Encompassing beautiful places like Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, it’s an unmissable part of Dorset. 

    Traditional seaside towns

    Dorset’s seaside towns cover everything from traditional days out along the coast with the family to untouched areas of wilderness that are yours to enjoy. Our Dorset holiday parks are perfectly placed for both experiences. 

    Britain’s largest tidal lagoon

    The Fleet Lagoon at Chesil Beach is Britain’s largest and runs for around 18 miles. This unique place is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and is consistently regarded as one of the UK’s best coastal views.

    Things to do in Dorset

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    Frequently asked questions

    Dorset is a largely rural county formed of many small villages and a few large towns. There are no cities in the county. Bournemouth, the largest town, came to exist in the Georgian era when bathing in the sea started to gain popularity. 

    Dorset’s South Coast is home to the second-largest natural harbour in the world. The picturesque Poole Harbour is second only to Sydney in this accolade. 

    Dorset was an area of rebellion during the 17th-century English Civil War. Shaftesbury was the site of an epic battle between vigilantes and Oliver Cromwell’s forces, which the latter ended up winning.

    Over half of Dorset’s land area is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, meaning you’re never too far from a real breath of fresh scenic air inland and on the coast. 

    Most of Dorset’s coastline forms the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that’s 96 miles long and stretches from Exmouth in Devon to Studland. 

    With sights like the incredible Durdle Door within its borders, Dorset is full of picturesque places that are photogenic to say the least. The county is home to one of Britain’s largest numbers of conservation areas.

    We’ve placed four of our fantastic parks around two of Dorset’s magnificent coastal towns. Stay at Seaview or Weymouth Bay holiday parks and enjoy easy access to the heart of the Jurassic Coast and the wonderful seaside town of Weymouth. To the west of the town lies Littlesea, which is also neighbours with unique Fleet Lagoon, a protected marina area. Rockley Park Holiday Park lies on the Rock Lea River, just a five-minute stroll from Poole and its magnificent harbour. You’re also just a 15-minute car ride away from Bournemouth, consistently voted as one of the UK’s premier spots for a staycation.

    Discover the variety of our accommodation options at our Dorset holiday parks below:

    Littlesea

    Rockley Park

    Seaview

    Weymouth Bay

    See the best experiences on our round-up of things to do in Dorset. Here are some of our other favourite ideas: 

    Places to visit in Dorset 

    Best beaches in Dorset 

    Things to do in Weymouth

    Late August 2023: Great Dorset Steam Fair @ Blandford Forum 

    August 31 – September 2 2023: Bournemouth Air Festival @ Bournemouth Beach

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