Caravan sites and parks in Dorset

Famous as the setting for Thomas Hardy's novels, the county will be forever associated with the author of Tess of the d'Ubervilles. But you'll find Dorset's history stretches way back - ancient fossils await discovery at the Jurassic Coast , crooked thatched cottages dot sleepy villages and Iron Age remains peep from beneath dense forest and wild flowers.

Whether you're looking for traditional seaside pleasures at Weymouth or Bournemouth or unique attractions like the Tank Museum, the fossil-strewn Jurassic Coast or the naughty, naked Cerne Abbas Giant, you'll find Dorset packed with things to see and do.

Caravan sites and parks in Dorset

Great Days Out

There’s always plenty to do from Club Sites – take a look at these local attractions and events coming up near this site. Attractions offering a discount for Club Members are highlighted with a ‘Member Offer’ logo.

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  • Wareham, Dorset
    The Walls are Saxon ramparts which surround the historic town of Wareham. Paths on the walls give good views of the river Piddle and town, and link into the ‘Bowling Green’ open space. Walks leaflet from Discover Purbeck Information Centre,
  • The 15 acre Nursery, Fruit Farm, Tea Room and Farm Shop is set overlooking the beautiful Purbeck Hills in South Dorset, 3 1/2 miles outside the historic town of Wareham.
  • Wimborne Minster, Dorset
    A converted mill building by the river with a gallery and shop showing the best in contemporary British design, workshops, a craftschool and a cafe.
  • Bournemouth, Dorset
    Hire a bike, and cruise along the seafront to Boscombe, Christchurch, Sandbanks or Poole. Cruisers, mountain bikes, tandems, trailers and tag-a-longs.
  • The Fine Foundation Marine Centre, with interactive displays & aquaria, provides a fascinating and vital source of information, encouraging all ages to explore the bay, its ledges and rockpools.