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  • 20th Dec 2012

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If you’re considering a family getaway for 3 or 4 nights over the Christmas and New Year break, then spending your time at a caravan park in the UK has never been more appealing.

There is a host of holiday parks each with their own unique features which can attract different types of family. There is a park perfect for you and your family; the only thing you have to do is pick what activities you want to do over your stay, if any.

Of course, you don’t have to do anything on your stay, there are also holiday parks with stunning views and wildlife you can see from your holiday home. The Springs, Worcestershire have plenty of this and you can see one of their many lakes from majority of the holiday homes across the park which means if you don’t want to leave your caravan, you don’t have too. This park also contains fishing lakes so if you do feel like leaving and doing some activities, you can. By doing this you will also be able to get closer to the plenty of wildlife around the park too.

Perhaps you want a beach location? Well, Sunbeach Park in Cardigan Bay, Wales has exactly that as it is set on a beach front so it is literally a walk away. So if its sea fishing you wanted then this park is perfect for you. It also contains other entertainment for those that don’t want to fish. For example, a games room for the younger ones and plenty of places to go for countryside and mountain walks.

Back to Worcestershire and the Abbots Salford Park in Nr. Evesham has plenty of entertainment with a £1.5 million Clubhouse with lounge bar and café which has alfresco dining. It doesn’t finish there either as the park also welcomes pets, so all the family can be there for your holiday. This will save money on putting little Buster into a kennel.
Plenty of choice, plenty of opportunity to enjoy your Christmas and New Year break this year.

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