Each camping site, caravan park and holiday park is shown on the map below. Click on a pin to see the full information about the site. If there are circles with numbers in them that means there are several sites close together, so zoom in on the map to see the individual pins.
Gold pins represent Premium Listed Parks.
Below the map is the list of the sites and parks. Please click on the names on the individual listings to see a street view map.
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Golden Sands Holiday park is set at the heart of Dawlish Warren with the famous blue flag beach just a short walk away - its the perfect setting for your Devon family holiday.
Isle of Sheppey
Harts is the perfect Park; a fantastic entertainment venue & great leisure facilities. Since the new bridge opened, making the journey from the mainland to the holiday island of Shepp ...
Dawlish Sands Holiday park occupies an enviable position within walking distance of a fabulous Blue Flag beach! The gently sloping golden sands of Dawlish Warren stretch out for more tha ...
Fantastic facilities including a great indoor pool, large entertainment venue, and popular restaurant help to make Riviera Bay the first choice for family fun holidays.
Discover Steeple Bay & escape to a relaxing waterside retreat with great facilities.
A fabulous two Parks for the price of one! Breydon Water has two great Holiday Park sites just a short ten-minute stroll apart, situated on the edge of the Norfolk Broads, and a short dri ...
Cury Cross Lanes
Quiet, friendly park surrounded by farm & woodland in an area of outstanding natural beauty
Situated near the Quantock Hills, with wonderful, natural and wooded areas such as Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks, Blossom Hill makes a lovely base to explore the area.
Felixstowe Beach regularly appears in the top 3 for customer satisfaction, but great service is just part of its special appeal.
Clacton on Sea
Seawick is the perfect location for a fun-filled family holiday with a fantastic outdoor heated pool complex & also a state-of-the-art entertainment venue which regularly plays host t ...
Located with views over both Christchurch harbour and the English channel towards the Isle of Wight
If you're looking for an attractive holiday park in a great location by the sea, where peace and quiet is just the tonic to escape the stresses and strains of everyday life, then Suffolk ...
Pett Level Road
Winchelsea Sands is the perfect base to explore the regions' history and attractions, located between the historic towns of Rye & Hastings. There are also some lovely beaches nearby.
New Beach is an ideal touring and holiday hire park located in Dymchurch, Kent.
Whitsand Bay Fort
Premier holiday lodges each and every one with stunning sea & country views spanning the two counties of Devon & Cornwall. Super pitches for tourers and motorhomes set within grou ...
Caeran Caravan Park is situated in North Wales overlooking the beautiful setting of the River Elwy.
This 42 acre site is situated in South Wales, with plenty of rambling and dog walking areas
Southport New Road
Riverside Holiday Park has both touring pitches & holiday homes to 'try before you buy' - they have something for everyone on site & nearby, including a bus service to Southport & ...
Woodyhyde Campsite is set in the heart of the beautiful Purbeck countryside. Our campsite is a large 13 acre rural site spread across 3 seperate fields.
The idea of the scheme was first sown when David Bellamy gave a talk to members of the camping, caravanning and holiday home park industry, in which he gave the audience members a challenge - to be part of the environmental solution and not part of the problem.
David was then invited to visit many parks and was amazed at the wide range of work that the most forward-thinking owners were doing for the environment.
David was so impressed that a partnership was formed between the Conservation Foundation (the environmental organisation that David co-founded to help businesses get involved in conservation) and the British Holiday & Home Parks Association to set up an award scheme.
The scheme proper started with a pilot programme in 1996 and the first awards were made in 1997.
The parks that take part in the scheme are all regularly assessed by the schemes team of local wildlife experts. The assessors look at the steps parks are taking to:
David Bellamy uses the assessors’ reports (and any comments received from members of the public) to make his awards each year. Three levels of excellence can be achieved: Gold, Silver and Bronze.
Accredited to David Bellamy Conservation Awards