Easter Weekend 2023 Caravan Holidays
Who isn’t looking forward to Easter weekend 2023 - the extra-long weekend, the weather is starting to get warmer, the gardens are becoming more colourful and we are surrounded by chocolate and hot cross buns! With the Easter holidays just around the corner, why not plan a different one this year and head to one of the UK’s holiday parks to really make the most of some good quality family time?
Last minute Easter Breaks
A last minute break anywhere away from home is an ideal time to reset, recharge your batteries and spend time away from your laptop and the stresses of everyday life. Our many static caravan sites mean that there is always something available to book, no matter how late you leave it. You can also take advantage of any last minute Easter deals and discounts.
Family time at Easter
Spending time with family at any time of year is invaluable and, as the children get older, you find that they prefer to spend more time with their friends than their family. However, getting them away from their bedrooms and games consoles will see them bond with the rest of the family and you’ll love to see their personalities shine through once again. Pack a picnic (with some of that Easter chocolate, obviously!) and make your way along a coastal walk or up a mountain for the day and really use the time to get to know each other again. If packing the walking shoes isn’t your thing, head to the beach and see who’s brave enough to get in the sea first, or explore all the activities your caravan park has to offer. Not only does time away together make you feel close as a family or a couple, but it can make such a difference to your mental health.
Step away from the device
When we aren’t distracted by laptops, tablets, computers and mobiles, we really begin to reconnect with those around us. When you take a caravan holiday, it’s so easy to get back to basics and really embrace everything that is good about these breaks - enjoy playing board games together, collect shells at the beach, sample the local fish and chips and enjoy time together in the pool. Most of our caravans and caravan sites have wifi, so you don’t need to be totally cut off from the outside world - but perhaps don’t tell the kids that straight away!
Let’s take a look at some of the options available for a unforgettable Easter Weekend break
1. Easter in Devon
With its picturesque landscapes, rugged coastline and buckets of heritage, a caravan holiday in Devon is a dream for many. There is so much to do for both families and couples that the Easter weekend may not be long enough! Devon Cliffs Holiday Park is close to some of the county’s charming seaside towns and has an indoor pool and a heated outdoor one. Bideford Bay Holiday Park is packed with things to do, like crazy golf, a heated outdoor pool, soft play and close to a range of coastal walks. Take a look at the other holiday parks in Devon and find somewhere perfect for some family time this easter.
2. A Bank Holiday in North Wales
Popular with walkers wishing to explore its unique coastline and soak up the stunning views, there really is something for everyone on a holiday in North Wales. From Snowdon to the Clwydian Range, those with walking boots will relish the challenge these two offer. For those wanting something a little easier on the legs, North Wales offers some truly beautiful beaches to relax on. Golden Sands Kinmel Bay is located in Conwy and plays host to some great on site facilities such as an adventure playground, sports bar, amusement arcade and fantastic entertainment. Greenacres Holiday Park is incredibly close to both Morfa Bychan and Criccieth beaches. The site gives holiday makers the opportunity to try an array of mini sports as well as a bungee trampoline and Junior Segways.
3. Scotland at Easter
There are some truly stunning caravan parks to consider if you fancy spending your Easter Weekend 2023 in Scotland. Whether you want to be close to the sights and sounds of Edinburgh, or prefer the peace and tranquillity of a stay in Southern Scotland, you’re bound to find somewhere perfect in our long list of holiday parks in Scotland. Southerness Holiday Park is situated in the Galloway Hills and provides visitors with unrivalled views of the area. Not only is the beach nearby, but there are some charming market towns and castles to explore on your break too. A popular choice with holiday-makers, Elie Holiday Park stands on the east coast of Scotland. You can try wild swimming while you’re there, head to the golf course, take some stunning walks and relax in one of the cosy pubs nearby.
Make sure you get some quality family time together this Easter. It’s not too late to book your caravan holiday for the Easter holidays wherever you wish to go and whatever you fancy doing while you’re there. Take a look at some of the late deals we have available too and book yourself a bargain break. Wherever you end up going, just don’t forget the Easter Eggs!
Where’s your ideal Easter break? Let us know in the comments below!
Published on March 20th, 2023