It’s undeniable that in Britain, the holiday park is something that is part of our culture, and most of us will have fond memories of spending time during our childhood at various parks across the country.

In fact, even if you think that holiday parks are not for you, you may be surprised by how much they have evolved in recent years. Check out this article from The Drum to read more about the holiday home landscape and how it’s changing.

But what is it about holiday parks that has families returning year after year, for generations? We thought we’d take a look at five of the top reasons holiday parks are so well loved with families.

Less of a headache

Let’s be honest, packing for a holiday can be quite stressful, and considering the fact that it’s supposed to be a nice relaxing break, there is always so much to think about.

If you’re heading abroad there’s boarding passes and passports to think about, luggage allowances and making sure you have everything you need.

On the flip side, with a holiday park you can just load up the car and go! It’s much less of a hassle in so many ways, and that is definitely a perk for busy families.

More kid friendly facilities

Holiday parks are designed with families in mind, and as a result of this are often filled with fun things for the kids, such as playgrounds, water parks, and plenty of green spaces.

At a hotel you run the risk of having fed up kids on your hands, desperate to blow off some steam, but there will be plenty for them to do if you opt for a holiday park.

What’s more, there will likely be plenty of entertainment put on for the whole family to enjoy together.

It’s easy to make friends

At a holiday park, chances are at some point during your stay you will end up getting chatting to some of the other families around you. This means there are plenty of opportunities to make new friends, whether just for the duration of your stay, or to keep in touch with once you all go home!

This is something that you certainly experience less often if you’re staying in a hotel, and it’s nice for the children to have some extra playmates while enjoying their holiday.

You can enjoy all of your usual home comforts

Holiday parks are like a home away from home, and unlike a hotel where you’re all crammed into a few rooms, you have plenty of space to relax and enjoy your break.

Cabins are fully furnished with all the amenities you have at home, such as multiple bedrooms, a living area, and kitchens so you can make your own food. You can expect flat-screen TVs so you can still watch Netflix, and if you go high end, you’ll be able to enjoy luxuries such as hot tubs.

Pet-friendly

Many holiday parks allow pets, which means that you really can bring the whole family, and you don’t need to leave your four-legged family members behind. While this does vary from park to park, finding somewhere that allows pets not only means you can enjoy their company, but saves you the money and stress of having to find somebody to take care of them while you’re away or find a kennel.

For the children, leaving pets behind can be one of the most difficult parts of going on holiday, so it’s definitely nicer to bring them with you. Plus most holiday parks are surrounded by countryside or close to the seaside, so there’s plenty of nice places to take them for walks.

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It’s undeniable that in Britain, the holiday park is something that is part of our culture, and most of us will have fond memories of spending time during our childhood at various parks across the country. In fact, even if you think that holiday parks are not for you, you...