Caravan Parks
Facilities Available

Most caravan parks offer a range of facilities depending on how basic or big the caravan site is. Some are small and peaceful while others are busy and lively - some are remote while others are in tourist resorts. Take your pick or whatever takes your fancy !

Touring parks usually have heated showers and toilets, fresh water and waste points and electricity hook-up points. These facilities are shown as symbols in park directories and brochures.

The symbols are basically self-explanatory, but below are some of the more frequently used ones for your easy reference when looking for your perfect caravan park.



Beach Near to Caravan Site
Club House/Pub on Site
Disabled Facilities
Dogs Allowed
Electric Hook-Up Available
Fishing On Site or Nearby
Games Room on Site
Gas Bottles Available
Golf Available Nearby
Horse Riding Available Nearby
Indoor Pool on Site
Laundrette on Site
No Dogs Allowed
On Site or Nearby Cycle Hire
Outdoor Pool on Site
Payphone on Site
Childrens Play Area on Site
Restaurant on Site
Sailing Nearby
Serviced Pitches
Shop on Site
Tennis on Site or Nearby
Tent Pitches Available
Tourer Pitches Available
Water Points

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This is just a short guide to the main symbols shown in caravan holiday park directories and brochures. As you probably can imagine, there are plenty more activities to do on holiday which have different symbols!!

Have a look in a Caravan Park Guide and take your pick - some people want a very basic site with no entertainment while others prefer a 24 hour entertainment site!!  There's always a site to suit every person, whatever their requirements.

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