Hampshire is a good area for holiday park breaks. It has the beautiful New Forest, which is one of the largest heathland areas in South East England. It is called "New Forest" as it was officially designated a Royal forest by King William I in 1079. You can enjoy the New Forest by walking along the trails and looking at this beautiful open space and the wonderful wildlife within it. This includes wild ponies that roam free.
To the South of the New Forest is the West Hampshire coast that has small seaside towns that include Millford on Sea and Lymington, which both have shingle beaches. These towns are also within easy reach of the major resort of Bournemouth should you want to go there on a day trip.
Hampshire also has some interesting places to visit including Winchester, with its historic cathedral and the large cities of Southampton and Portsmouth. Although it suffered major damage during World war II, Southampton still has the remnants of it's ancient city walls and the stunning Tudor House.
One other site that is well worth visiting is the National Museum Royal Navy in Portsmouth. Among the historic ships and other exhibits is HMS Victory, the famous sailing warship, once commanded by Lord Nelson. In the South of Portsmouth is Southsea, a seaside resort with a shingle beach and rides with distant views over the Solent to the Isle of Wight.
In the East of Hampshire is the beginning of the South Downs National Park and Hayling Island which is also a popular area for holidays.
We have a good selection of Caravan Parks and Holiday Lodges Parks in Hampshire and the New Forest. Click on the park name to view the details.