Cheap Caravan Holidays

Cheap Caravan Holidays 2024/2025

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Caravan Holiday Guide

Caravan Park Locations

There are hundreds of caravan holiday parks in the UK and Europe to choose from for you next break, so where should you go? And who should you book? Pontins? Parkdean? Breakfree? Haven?

You'll find that many of the popular locations will get booked up quickly so you'll need to get in there early. Devon and Cornwall are the perfect locations for a family summer holiday, with many holiday parks dotted along the coastline so you're never very far from the beach. Other popular seaside locations include Bognor Regis, Clacton and Skegness, but you'll also find caravan parks in more remote areas too. It all depends on what you want to be near and what facilities you want at the caravan park.

Holidays in France, Spain and Italy are also popular options if you want to increase your chances of a sunny holiday. But it can be just as much fun to visit a new part of the UK that you've not been to before like Wales or Scotland.

Family Friendly Holidays

If you're taking the kids, you'll want to make sure you book a family friendly holiday park. Make sure you check out all the facilities on offer at the parks before you book, as some parks might be better catered for couples or for a quieter holiday, others may only have certain kids entertainment during the summer holidays, and others will be great for the whole family no matter what time of year you visit.

Facitilies, Activities & Nearby Attractions

Some parks will have sports courts and adventure playgrounds, others will have outdoor and indoor pools, even some with waterslides. In fact, these sorts of indoor waterpark holidays can be perfect on cloudy or rainy days. Daytime and evening entertainment is another great way to keep the kids busy but the location is also everything. Choose a caravan park by the beach and you'll certainly keep the kids happy in the sand. Or why not head out and explore the local area? Visit a few nearby attractions. Historic castles are a great way to engage the family and make it educational too.


While most parks have the typical 2 and 3 bedroom holiday homes, certain sites may have things like chalets or camping options. In fact, a family camping holiday can be so much fun, and it can save you heaps of money, especially during peak school holidays and bank holidays when places put up their prices.

Pet Friendly Holidays

Staying in the UK and even going abroad you might want to take that all important extra family member, the dog. Many parks will allow you to bring a pet for an additional cost. These pet-friendly holiday parks are ideal when avoiding paying for a kennel while you are away, however, you should bear in mind that many places like the entertainment complex will be out of bounds for dogs, and you're usually not allowed to leave your dog in your holiday home without someone being there.

Holiday Park Offers

Always keep an eye out for caravan deals as you may find them in all sorts of places. The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers both offer discounted caravan holidays by collecting codes with the papers and booking. For example, at certain times of the year, you could collect the Daily Mail holiday codes and book a caravan holiday in the UK for as little as £15 per person. By collecting the Sun holiday codes, you could pick up multiple short breaks for as little as £9.50 per person.

Book For Next Year

Holiday parks love to make sure their site is booked up well in advance (no one likes an empty holiday resort!), so often deals and discounts are available the further you book, so you can secure your holiday for next year already. Companies like Parkdean Resorts and Haven Holidays have low deposit schemes available, allowing you to secure your holiday from as little as &25 and pay off the rest of the balance with monthly payments.

Last Minute Deals

Most of the best and most popular parks get booked up very quickly, especially if they are part of the Sun holiday codes promotion. So it's not usually best to leave it to the last minute, but if you're flexible with where you go, and also when you go (midweek breaks usually have the best availability (4 nights between Monday and Friday)), then a last minute holiday could be an option to save money. Parks don't like to see their accommodation empty, so may offer a discount price within a few days or weeks of your arrival date.

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