Easter Sunday is set to fall on Sunday 17 April this year, meaning that we don’t have long until the Easter Bunny visits us here at Allens.
As one of the best caravan holidays for families, we want to ensure that everyone on our parks has a fantastic Easter. Our holidays with entertainment in England and Wales are located in the ideal locations to spend Easter, which is why we’re keen to share some of the most exciting Easter activities that you can partake in during your time with us. Easter fun isn’t just for children, so whether you’re holidaying with the kids or taking an adult-only break, our caravan sites with entertainment are able to accommodate all manner of Easter activities.
Organise an Easter Egg Hunt
It simply wouldn’t be Easter in the absence of an Easter egg hunt, so why not organise one while you’re with us? Each of our parks is abundant in great hiding spaces, from the verdant countryside to the rocky beaches. Despite this, you don’t even have to venture past the front door of your caravan to create your very own egg hunt. You can simply burrow the eggs within the furniture and make use of the endless storage solutions.
This is the perfect form of holiday entertainment to get the kids excited about the Easter bunny visiting; however, this isn’t all an egg hunt can be used for. In fact, it could make a wholesome date idea or could be something that you even get your pets involved in. Instead of placing chocolatey goods within your eggs, you could hide away your pooch’s favourite treats and get them to sniff them out. Regardless of who you’re spending your holiday with, an egg hunt is great fun for all involved.
Do some Easter baking
Who remembers making chocolate cornflake or Rice Krispy cakes with mini eggs at school? Just because your school days are behind you doesn’t mean you have to miss out on making delicious, sweet treats. Each of our holiday homes is fully furnished, meaning that there will be an integrated oven that’s ideal for baking. Otherwise, you may just make use of the countertop space to do some biscuit decorating. Easter baking is an activity that’s suited to kids and adults alike, meaning that it’s a fun task for anyone and everyone to enjoy. Plus, it allows you to indulge in some decadent baked goods, which is what Easter is all about.
Do some Easter crafts
Another great activity to partake in on our holidays with entertainment in the UK is Easter crafts. What better time to bring out your creative side than Easter? Whether you paint eggs, make an Easter bonnet, or simply do some colouring, you’re sure to enjoy your Easter with plenty of crafts to get stuck into. Although crafting of this kind is typically aimed at children, there’s nothing to say that adults can’t also enjoy some crafting fun.
Easter crafts are a great way of preventing the kids from getting bored while on holiday, but they’re also an effective means of encouraging adults to spend some quality time with one another. This is more important than ever in today’s society, where we’re so consumed by the digital and spend hours a day stuck in our smartphones. Activities such as crafting allow us to step away from technology, express our creativity, and enjoy the company of those around us.
Attend Easter events at Allens Caravan Parks
At The Springs Holiday Park, there's an egg-citing Easter Egg Hunt taking place on Easter Sunday!
Holiday home owners, along with their friends and family can bring their baskets and search for the eggs dotted about...
There's even extra prize for whoever finds the Golden Egg, as well as an Easter Egg for everyone who takes part.
There are lots going on across the Easter Weekend at Sunbeach Holiday Park.
Entertainment on park is another added benefit of owning a holiday park at Sunbeach.
Whether it's taking part in an eater egg hunt with the little ones or enjoying live vocalist with friends and family, there's something for everyone to enjoy!
Attend the Easter Eggstravaganza at Hartlebury Castle
If your search for holiday caravan parks near me brings you to Worcestershire, you might decide to stay at Abbot’s Salford, Leedons Park, Bredon View, or The Springs. In this instance, you won’t find yourself too far from the Easter Eggstravaganza at Hartlebury Castle.
This is set to take place on Friday 15 April and Monday 18 April between the hours of 11 am and 4 pm. The day will commence with a giant Easter egg hunt, in which you can exchange these eggs for chocolatey prizes. On top of this, there will be a prize available for the individual who finds the most eggs, which is set to be announced at 4 pm.
Following the egg hunt, Easter-themed storytelling will take place, where you can sip on a hot chocolate and nibble on even more chocolate treats. During your visit, be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the Easter Bunny, as he’ll be hopping around the grounds.
Attend the Easter Egg Hunt at Winwick Hall
Alternatively, if your search for static caravan holidays near me brings you to Northamptonshire, you’ll find yourself staying at Overstone Lakes. Therefore, you have the perfect opportunity to head over to Winwick Hall for their egg hunt.
This event is to take place on Saturday 16 April between 9:30 am and 12:30 pm. Here, you’re required to choose a team name and attend within your allocated time slot. You’ll be provided with a detective pack on arrival, which will enable you to solve the clues that will bring you to a chocolatey surprise at the end. Simply make your way over to the red gazebo to sign in and collect your pack.
Once you’ve completed the hunt, you can visit our tearoom between 10 am and 2 pm for some delectable refreshments; however, if you’d like a full afternoon tea, this will need to be booked in advance.
Stay at Allens Caravans This Easter
If you’re on the hunt for caravan holiday parks near me in anticipation of the Easter break, look no further than Allens Caravans. Simply contact us to get started with your booking.