Holidaymakers can return to their childhood holiday destinations with The Caravan Club and visit some of Britain’s classic seaside resorts. Britain’s beaches are renowned for their stripy deckchairs, quirky gift shops and stunning views, ideal for a family holiday.
Once a booming seaside resort, holidaymakers are returning to Blackpool to experience the seaside attractions that made the town so popular in the 1950s and 60s. Visit Blackpool Pleasure Beach to find traditional funfair rides including dodgems, a ghost train and a vintage carousel. In the evening holidaymakers can enjoy walks along the seafront to enjoy the spectacular Blackpool Illuminations. For visitors looking for a relaxed day at a sandy beach they can visit St Anne’s, just a four mile drive away from Blackpool South Caravan Club Site. A stay at Blackpool South Caravan Club Site based on two adults and two children, costs £32.80 per night.
Pack a trusty bucket and spade to build sandcastles on Skegness beach. The popular coastal town offers plenty of traditional outdoor activities for holidaymakers to enjoy including bumper cars, slot machines and crazy golf as well as tucking into a delicious portion of fish and chips on the golden sand. Guests staying at Skegness Sands Caravan Club Site can find private access to the promenade and centre of Skegness, where they can explore the local town and pick up a stick of rock. A stay at Skegness Sands Caravan Club Site based on two adults and two children, costs £34.50 per night.
Traditional beach in Weymouth
Step back in time and visit Weymouth Beach and enjoy locally made ice cream at the parlour on the seafront, watch a Punch and Judy shows and take a donkey ride along the beach. As well as classic British attractions, there is new entertainment for holidaymakers to discover including an airlift to the Sea Life Tower, live music and summer firework displays in the evening. Just a ten minute drive from Weymouth beach, visitors can stay at East Fleet Farm Touring Park. A stay at East Fleet Farm Touring Park Site based on two adults and two children, costs £ 37.50 per night.
To book any of these offers please contact The Caravan Club on 01342 326 944 or visit www.caravanclub.co.uk.
Caravan Club membership is just £48 per year and provides members with access to over 200 Club sites and 2,500 privately owned places to stay in the UK. It also offers a choice of over 250 sites across Europe including France, Spain and Germany amongst other destinations. All members can take advantage of expert advice, overseas travel services, financial services and exclusive member offers and discounts. There is no membership requirement for campers who want to pitch up at over 40 Caravan Club sites.