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Holiday parks in Dorset

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Holiday parks and campsites in Dorset

Looking for a beautiful and welcoming destination to enjoy the perfect break?

From sandy beaches to rocky cliffs, sand dunes, natural rock arches, rare wildlife and, most famously, fossils galore Dorset’s Jurassic coastline holds every kind of coastal wonder. But leave the waves behind and you’ll find a very different Dorset. The Dorset Downs, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, are a sweeping chalk landscape of hills and valleys that feels quintessentially English. The rivers and streams in this area are teeming with brown trout – fishing heaven.

Film-makers, poets and writers have all found the outstanding beauty of Dorset’s towns, villages, landscape and coastline to be inspiring…and it's easy to see why!

Even in this laid-back region there are still adrenaline-fuelled thrills to be had, from zorbing down hills and llama trekking to windsurfing or kitesurfing. And there are plently of family attractions to enjoy across Dorset - visit Monkey World or the Dinosaur Museum. 

Campsites in Dorset

Many people flock to Dorset campsites each year because of its rich history and natural beauty. We are lucky enough to boast that we have two well maintained campsites in Dorset, Littlesea and Seaview. By exploring the local area or making use of our facilities, you will definitely feel at one with the great outdoors.

Our video guide to Dorset

Watch our 48 hour video guide to Dorset In our video guide exploring the UK, we join travel journalist Trish Harbord on her 48 hour journey to discover what Dorset has to offer.

First we take a look at the famous coastal landmarks at Durdle Door, and the beautiful beach at West Bay (as seen in BBC's Broadchurch). But the coastline isn't the only place to get some sand in between your toes, as we visit Lee at Sand World to check out his One Direction inspired sand castle, then head further inland to visit Upwey Wishing Well and the Cove House Inn set in the charming Dorset countryside. Watch the video

Around the region

Things to do

  • 1Brownsea Island
  • 2Monkey World
  • 3Lulworth Cove and Castle
  • 4Northe Fort
  • 5Weymouth White Water
  • 6Portland Bill

Explore the area

Dorset Coast – dazzling and dramatic

A World Heritage landscape of sandy beaches, craggy cliffs and rare wildlife in this quintessentially English county – from the Jurassic Coast to the Dorset Downs…

Durdle Door

Places to visit

Our Caravan Parks in Dorset

Littlesea, Weymouth, Dorset
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A superb holiday village central to Dorset’s Jurassic Coastline, Littlesea has recently been substantially developed to become a leading Haven park providing camping, touring, caravan sites in Dorset. The Mash and Barrel bar and restaurant provides gorgeous views over Chesil Bank from the attractive sun terrace. An all-happening, beautifully landscaped park in a green and secluded location ideal for Lyme Regis or Weymouth.

Rockley Park, Poole, Dorset

Overlooking glorious Poole Harbour, Rockley Park exploits its position with a reputation as a water-sports oasis. Perhaps that’s one reason for its 5-Star rating. Others include beautiful landscaping, a nature reserve, oh, and a fabulous pool complex with sun terrace. But pride of place goes to the luxury Spa, offering a wide range of health and beauty treatments.

Seaview, Weymouth, Dorset
Touring & camping icon Touring & camping facilities available

Set amongst green fields and woodland, Seaview is an intimate and friendly park set in an elevated and rural location for a Dorset holiday which is just minutes' drive from the famous harbour and sheltered sandy beach at Weymouth. It's also a short nature walk away from its sister park Weymouth Bay, so you'll be able to take full advantage of the facilities and activities on offer at both parks.

Weymouth Bay, Weymouth, Dorset

Attractively landscaped and bordered by green fields, with Weymouth's wide sandy bay and harbour only a short walk away, there's plenty of green play and picnic space, including two adventure playgrounds at Weymouth Bay. Enjoy the glass-domed indoor pool, sizeable outdoor pool and Lazy River, as well as the facilities of sister park Seaview Park just next door.