Essex Holiday Parks

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Holiday parks in Essex are always in very high demand as there is so much to see and do.  It's a place of surprising wild beauty, rich in wildlife and sprinkled with history and hidden cultural gems. The main town is Colchester which was the capital of Britain during the Roman era. In fact, you can still see Roman ruins around the town.

Essex also has 350 miles of coastline, the longest shoreline of any county in England with many miles of remote and undisturbed beaches and estuaries. This is where you will discover the majority of the holiday parks stretching from Purfleet on the Thames estuary, past Southend-on-Sea and up to Harwich in the north. Some of the best known resorts are Clacton-on-Sea and Southend-on-Sea with their award-winning beaches and traditional piers but there are countless other unspoilt and uncrowded seaside villages to be discovered.

 

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But Essex is more than beaches - it is rich in history and has wonderful countryside eith lodge holiday parks hidden away. In fact, over 70% of Essex is rural, a scenic patchwork of fields, forests and quaint country villages and off the beaten track such as Finchingfield, one of England’s most photographed, to Tiptree. To the north is the medieval market town of Saffron Walden, home to impressive Jacobean estate Audley End House and Gardens and another .

But Essex is more than beaches - it is rich in history and has wonderful countryside eith lodge holiday parks hidden away. In fact, over 70% of Essex is rural, a scenic patchwork of fields, forests and quaint country villages and off the beaten track such as Finchingfield, one of England’s most photographed, to Tiptree. To the north is the medieval market town of Saffron Walden, home to impressive Jacobean estate Audley End House and Gardens and another .

Colchester Zoo

A must see is a visit to the famous Colchester Zoo which is just over 30 minutes drive from Clackton-on-Sea. A great day out for all the family. For more information, please see the zoo's website

Essex Vineyards

As one of the driest counties in Britain, Essex is home to over 20 vineyards including one of England’s oldest, New Hall Vineyards with 100 acres of grapes. A popular day out away from your holiday park is to take a tour one of the vineyards, a little wine tasting and lunch. 

  • Dedham Vale Vineyard
  • West Street Vineyard
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