Keeping with the food topic, Worcestershire is also well known for its local food and drink produce. Many local public houses and restaurants use this fresh produce and sell their own drinks too. Beyond food and drink, the county also has a great deal of other entertainment that attracts visitors far and wide to its parts.
This West Midlands County also has historic attractions that include steam railways, museums, places of worship as well as beautiful gardens and parks. Worcestershire has it all! Worcestershire is also the home to Evesham, a vale with a bundle of its own entertainment. Evesham also welcomes the flow of the River Avon through it which opens up some spectacular views. Evesham’s picturesque setting also boasts shopping opportunities that has helped it to become a well-known attraction for traders from all over the UK.
We are quite fortunate to have a number of our holiday parks situated across the county of Worcestershire which means our visitors not only have access to the array of entertainment on the sites but a whole host of other fun to indulge in off-site too.
Our holiday parks include Abbots Salford, Leedons Park, Severnside, and The Springs. There are six in total, each with their own individuality that compliments its location within the county. The holiday parks offer riverside fishing through to on site wildlife and tranquil settings.
The holiday homes are located specifically for your convenience, so not only can you relax at each park but you only have to spend a short walk until you reach the other attractions that Worcestershire has for you and your family. Book your stay today and see exactly why people return to this great county on an annual basis.
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