The end of October is a perfect time for you and your family to get away for a while, but if heading off on an expensive and busy break abroad doesn't float your boat, there's another brilliant half term holiday option out there: touring! Don't let your caravan sit in your driveway during autumn – here are ten brilliant Park Resorts touring destinations you can take advantage of this October.
Highfield Grange Holiday Park
Situated on the beautiful Essex coastline, Highfield Grange Holiday Park has a fun-filled indoor pool, adventure playground, large amusements arcade and brilliant entertainment centre. It's a great base for those that want to explore the many great attractions and sights that Essex has to offer, and features hard-standing electric pitches, meaning bad weather won't put a dampener on things.
Thorness Bay Holiday Park
If you're looking for fun family entertainment, seaside strolls and more, Thorness Bay Holiday Park is just for you. Nestled on the Hamstead Heritage Coast near the Newtown Nature Reserve, it's perfect for nature lovers wanting to recharge their batteries, and thanks to our Super Pitches (hard-standing with waste, water and TV connections) the unpredictable October weather is sure not to get you down.
Naze Marine Holiday Park
One of Essex's best holiday destinations, Naze Marine Holiday Park is close to a bounty of countryside attractions including Walton Pier, Naze Tower and the Hamford Water Nature Reserve – great for an outdoorsy trip away.
Ty Mawr Holiday Park
With an adventure playground, amusements arcade, indoor pool, water flume and entertainment centre, Rhyl's Ty Mawr Holiday Park promises that even if the end of October is wet and windy, you won't end up damp. And if it's nice and dry, the visitor-friendly wilds of north Wales are just easily within reach.
Brynowen Holiday Park
Offering spectacular views out over the Cambrian Mountains and being close to both the seaside and Snowdonia National Park, Brynowen Holiday Park is a top choice for walkers, and offers hard-standing electric pitches for safety against any unfavourable weather. Aberystwyth is also nearby – good for shopping, sightseeing and more.
Lower Hyde Holiday Park
Another brilliant Isle of Wight destination (heading as southerly as possible is a must for many in breezy October!), Lower Hyde Holiday Park is a stone's throw from all of the isle's attractions and has lots of indoor entertainment options for when the weather refuses to play ball.
Crimdon Dene Holiday Park
Want to explore Durham's lovely Heritage Coast? Head on over to the newly-refurbished Crimdon Dene Holiday Park, where guests can enjoy a swim and a soak in the spa pool after a day spent strolling. Guests here can take advantage of hard-standing electric pitches – useful for blustery October weather.
Eyemouth Holiday Park
Set atop a stunning Scottish headland in an area dotted with pretty fishing villages, Eyemouth Holiday Park lets guests take a long, deep breath of fresh air. Walk, swim, explore and head back in the evening for a night of top quality entertainment!
Sandylands Holiday Park
From lovely nature reserves to ancient ruins, adventure parks and everything in between, the picturesque Ayrshire coast has loads to offer visitors on their jollies. Sandylands Holiday Park is brilliantly positioned as a base from which holidaymakers can explore the surrounding countryside, and has all of the great facilities you'd expect from one of our holiday parks.
Southview Holiday Park
Enjoy acres of well-kept parkland, two fishing lakes, swimming, entertainment and a nine-hole golf course at Southview Holiday Park in Skegness. Near to all of the fun and exciting attractions in the area, it's the perfect place to get a dose of the great British seaside. Take advantage of one of our Super Pitches – hard-standing, with waste, water and TV connections!Kick back, relax and enjoy some time with your family this October with one of Park Resorts' top touring hotspots. If you'd like more information on any of our parks, click here to get in touch.