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

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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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  • Purbeck in south Dorset is rich in history, pretty villages, wildlife and geology and boasts part of the World Heritage Site, ‘The Jurassic Coast’. The Purbeck Information & Heritage Centre occupies the former Holy Trinity Church.
  • Countryside, cliffs, sea and wildlife. Visitor Centre with exhibits, information, live cliff camera and underwater sounds. Theme trails. Ranger-guided walks.
  • Christchurch, Dorset
    A carefully restored Anglo-Saxon watermill, now an Art Gallery, only a few minutes' walk from the town centre. The working machinery forms a fascinating backdrop to a small collection of milling artefacts and historical memorabilia.
  • Situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty at the heart of the ‘Jurassic Coast’, the steep streets of this pretty seaside town wind their way down to the delightful 13th century harbour, known as the Cobb.
  • Sturminster Newton, Dorset
    The charming, thatched museum building houses displays featuring life in and around this small but important market town. Free admission.