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The Wharf Caravan Park is a hidden jewel in the heart of the North Shropshire Countryside. It is a newly developed, immaculate park which is situated next to Bridge 55 of the Shropshire Union Canal, run by the same family for over 30 years.

In this most southerly part of rural Derbyshire, Beehive Farm Woodland Lakes offers visitors lots of fun ways to enjoy a very special corner of the National Forest . We've over 66 acres of emerging woodland. We're so easy to reach from Derby , Burton , Lichfield , Tamworth and Birmingham . Visit the Beehive soon and see for yourself why we're such a firm favourite with families near and far. Campsite holds 50+ pitches with a selection of hard stands, grass or mixed, hook ups are available. Pre booking only(Please use the booking form on our web page).

Redcliffe Farm is a family run campsite situated on the edge of the River Frome amidst the heart of the Dorset countryside and only a 10 minute walk from the historic market town of Wareham. The Site makes an ideal base for walking, cycling, bird-watching and quiet enjoyment of the lovely Purbeck countryside with its famous Jurassic Coastline and wonderful beaches.

One of the top Newquay holiday parks Trenance, is the ideal choice for your self catering holiday in Cornwall situated in the beautiful Trenance Valley alongside Restormel Council's 26 acre leisure Park, which includes 2 indoor pools, tennis courts, boating lake, children's play area and much more, all on your doorstep! Unlike most other Newquay holiday parks , at Trenance holiday park you are only 15 minutes walk away from Newquay town centre and main beaches; quite a saving on petrol and parking costs. We believe our unrivalled location, value for money pricing combined with a clean well run park makes Trenance one of the most perfect holiday parks in Cornwall.

Portesham Dairy Farm is a family run site in the Dorset countryside. We offer pitches for Caravans, Motorhomes and Tents.The Site is level and sheltered from the road, with a small play area for children.The site is located along the Jurassic coast route on the edge of the vllage of portesham on the B3157, surrounded by open fields and countryside giving that rural feeling with the convenience of easy travelling to Weymouth, Dorchester or further West.