Heading out into the wild camping can be daunting if it’s your first time – what do you need? How much do you need? What will you miss? You won’t know what you’ve forgotten until you get there, but luckily for you, we’ve spent many a night making mistakes under canvas and have learned the hard way how to survive. Here are our top 7 tricks to make life a little simpler.
It turns out that camping is extremely good for the soul, and the science and research is here to prove it.
During your holiday at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks your children will make lots of new friends, and the best way for their new found friends to remember them and their holiday by is with a handmade friendship bracelet.
Here at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Parks we have put together step by step photo instructions, with how to make your very own friendship bracelet.
This would also be a great activity to keep the children busy in the car on the drive to our Devon Holiday Parks.
There’s no better way to fall in love with Devon than by stomping along its beautiful coast lines. Over rugged cliffs and churning waves, through sun-kissed farm land and by sleepy country pubs, our county is best discovered by foot.
Don’t know where to start? Here are our top three rambles around Woolacombe that everyone in the family can enjoy.
However much we wish for sun, we don’t always get it here in Devon! But that doesn’t mean we’re not a top destination for you and your family, in fact, we’ve got so many wet-weather things to do that you know that your holiday won’t be ruined if the heavens do open!
It’s no lie that a trip to the coast often involves a trip to the pub. Whether for a family dinner or a tipple in the beer garden, the British pub is the cornerstone of our society and social spot of our holidays. Luckily for you we have done the research here in Woolacombe, and know the best spots to find the best local ale and grub!
When it comes to planning your next break do you pick a Staycation and explore closer to home with ease or head off to somewhere exotic? If you’re weighing up the pros and cons of home or away then we’re taking a look at your options.