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Beautiful Britain: The NCC’s top ten places to visit with your caravan
Alton Towers Blackpool Pleasure Beach Cambridge The Cotswolds Eden Project
Alton Towers
something for the whole family, with tons of terrific roller coasters, rides, amazing live shows, plus weird and wonderful costume characters

Blackpool Pleasure Beach
a fun-for-all place! For full on entertainment, rides, arcades and live shows, it is hard to beat – and there’s plenty of lively holiday parks nearby

Cambridge
a great city, packed with history and culture and within easy reach of many East Anglian caravan parks

The Cotswolds
designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Cotswolds hold some of England’s finest countryside, lively market towns and quaint villages

Eden Project
Cornwall’s living theatre of plants and people, with rainforests, the biggest greenhouses in the world, plus art and architecture inspired by nature
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Edinburgh
Fountins Abbey
Longleat
Studland Beach & Nature Reserve
Xscape Castleford
Edinburgh
its Festival (8-31 August) and Tattoo (1-23 August) – a great city with superb entertainment. For a selection of parks in Scotland, more

Fountains Abbey Yorkshire’s first World Heritage Site includes the largest abbey ruins in the country and one of England’s most spectacular Georgian water gardens

Longleat
the original ‘animal park’ and a great family day out, easily accessible from Somerset and Dorset holiday parks

Studland Beach & Nature Reserve
three miles of glorious Dorset beach, plus nature reserve with rare birds and wildlife habitats

Xscape Castleford Yorkshire’s ‘ultimate entertainment destination’, with snowzone, rock climbing and skatepark

Family Fun
Caravan holidays are great for families, and not just because they are excellent value. Many holiday parks are now designed with families in mind, making them ideal if you are travelling with children - and good for meeting other families, too.
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