21st March 2018
Discover the great outdoors this Easter. With activities across the country, see where your caravan or motorhome adventure will take you.
Whether you’re looking at seeing the dizzy heights at the top of Portsmouth’s Spinnaker Tower or hitting the action packed region of Central England, choose some quality time together and experience 10 great reasons to get out and about this Easter.
Easter Fun at the Tower
Experience the Emirates Spinnaker Tower with your family this Easter. The iconic harbour side landmark is open every day over the Easter break and with a special Easter trail, the whole family can explore the building in search of egg-shaped puzzle pieces.
Looking for somewhere to stay when visiting the Spinnaker Tower? Just a 30-minute drive from Portsmouth’s historic dockyard is the award-winning Concierge Camping, a luxurious and hugely popular campsite.
Meet the lambs at Shugborough
From the Big Tree Climb to seeing lambs born at the farm, this Easter there’s plenty of springtime events at Shugborough. If tree climbing is not your thing, try on of the adventurous trails on offer at the Estate or see if you can spot the sea of yellow daffodils by the river.
Looking for somewhere to stay in Staffordshire? Set in a peaceful spot that is hard to believe, High Onn Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is just a short drive from the Shugborough Estate.
Easter fun on Exmoor
With plenty to do over Easter weekend at Exmoor National Park, you won’t be stuck for something to keep you entertained. From the Spring nature trail, Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt and art exhibition to an Easter Book Fair weekend, this fun-filled national park has it all.
Looking for somewhere to stay when visiting Exmoor National Park? Wake up to the sea breeze and warm West Country sun with a stay at Hoburne Blue Anchor. Nestled between the Quantock Hills and Exmoor, it’s the perfect base for families, couples or groups of friends looking to stay in this area of South-West England.
Peter Rabbit Egg Hunt
No ordinary egg hunt, The World of Beatrix Potter becomes a magical place over Easter with The Peter Rabbit Egg Hunt. With 100 ceramic eggs to be found, prizes include a weekend in London and other luxurious overnight stays in the Lake District.
Looking for somewhere to stay in the Lake District? Located less than 5 miles from The World of Beatrix Potter is Park Cliffe Camping & Caravan Estate, a relaxing and comfortable site perfect to take on this extra special egg hunt across the Lake District.
Things to do and see at Newtown National Nature Reserve
At the Isle of Wight’s Newtown National Nature Reserve there are many perfect spots for relaxing as well as paths for walks if you’re feeling more adventurous. Discover the beautiful harbour by boat, explore the woods and meadows that lead down to the estuary, or just simply uncover some fascinating history with a visit to the Old Town Hall. Whatever you decide to do, this part of the Island has it all.
Looking for somewhere to stay on the Isle of Wight? Orchards Holiday Park is just under 4-miles from Newtown National Nature Reserve and is the ideal place to discover the beautiful Isle of Wight.
Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Colby Woodland Garden
Celebrate spring with the egg-citing (sorry) Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Colby Woodland Garden. Follow the woodland egg hunt and admire the floral landscape as you uncover the sweet prize. Leaving clues around the woodland, you’ll need to explore the gardens to find out what chocolatey wonder awaits.
Looking for somewhere to stay in Pembrokeshire? Just under 6-miles from Colby Woodland Garden is Trevayne Farm campsite, a campsite perfectly situated to explore Pembrokeshire.
Spring Nature Trail at the Blickling Estate in Norfolk
Help the kids let off some steam by taking them to a 55-acre playground in the heart of the Norfolk countryside. Learn about nature, marvel at the first buds of spring and spot some birds building their nests, making the most of the great outdoors this Easter.
Looking for somewhere to stay in Norfolk? Located just a 25-minute drive from Blickling Estate is Old Brick Kilns Caravan and Camping Park, a campsite set in 13 acres of beautiful Norfolk countryside.
Enjoy the Easter Trail at West Dean Gardens
With plenty for families to do, West Dean Gardens near Chichester is a hive of activity all over Easter weekend. With a chance to follow the Easter trail for Montezuma’s chocolate prizes, enjoy arts and crafts including making Easter egg wreaths. If that’s not enough, there is also the face painting and games in the summer huts around the Gardens.
Looking for somewhere to stay in West Sussex? Less than twenty-minutes from West Dean Gardens is Graffham Camping and Caravanning Club Site, a peaceful site near Petworth in the heart of the South Downs National Park.
Rock pooling at Robin Hood’s Bay
A recent edition to the top 25 beaches in the world, Robin Hood’s Bay is great for rock pooling, fossil hunting and walking. Sitting between the National Trust visitor centres at Robin Hood’s Bay Village and Ravenscar, there is so much to discover about the area’s history and wildlife that you won’t want to miss out on what is on offer in this part of Yorkshire.
Looking for somewhere to stay in Yorkshire? Less than a mile from Robin Hood’s Bay is Middlewood Farm Holiday Park, a family-friendly campsite perfectly situated to explore this glorious beach on the beautiful North Yorkshire Coast.
Easter road trip along the North Coast 500
There’s nothing quite like the freedom of the open road and what better place to discover the never-ending back roads, wide open space and beautiful bends through some of Scotland’s finest coastal scenery than the North Coast 500.
Looking for somewhere to stay on the North Coast 500? Offering 10 serviced hard standing pitches for motorhomes and caravans, the small family run campsite on the North West coast of Scotland, Applecross campsite in Ross-Shire is a perfect stop-over location when taking on the North Coast 500.
Want to discover more of the North Coast 500? Explore how great this road trip is as Mark Sutcliffe guides you through landscape on Scotland’s Route 66.
Photo credits: Lake District: Ross Collins, Newtown: Just another Caulkhead , Colby Woodland Garden: Glen Bowman, Bickling Hall: Karen Roe, West Dean Gardens: grassrootsgroundswell, Robin Hood's Bay: Thomas Tolkien