Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Child-Friendly Holiday Parks

Looking for a holiday destination to please the whole family can sometimes be difficult, especially when you have children of varying ages. Holiday parks are often an ideal option since they offer a range of facilities and activities for all ages in a number of destinations.

Many of these child-friendly holiday parks often have a wide range of facilities, including swimming pools, tennis courts, entertainment programmes and spa centres. You and your partner can relax in the sauna while the kids participate in the wide and varied activities organised by the entertainment team. Read on to find out more about the best child-friendly holiday parks in Europe.

Holiday parks in Holland



In Holland, holiday parks are one of the most popular holidays for families. There are multiple resorts and holiday villages in every region, from the South of Holland up to the breathtaking Wadden Islands. 



One of these popular holiday parks in Holland is Duinrell holiday and amusement park, a theme park, holiday park and water park all combined into one. At Duinrell holiday park, you can stay in a fully-equipped and comfortable mobile home and enjoy your days at the numerous rides, attractions and shows. What’s more, Duinrell is located in the beautiful coastal town of Wassenaar in South Holland. Spend days at the beach or strolling through the historic streets of this affluent Dutch town. If the family are real adrenaline junkies, be sure to check out the other theme parks in Holland. 



You can also enjoy a stay in a holiday park near Amsterdam so that you can experience the countryside and the city during your trip. Whether you’re looking for peace and quiet in the middle of the countryside or some high energy activities for kids, Holland has plenty of offer.

RCN holiday parks



RCN is a park group with holiday parks in France and Holland and are often a budget-friendly option RCN Camping La Ferme du Latois is located on the French coast in between Brittany and Bordeaux. This park is ideal for water sports enthusiasts. With two recreational lakes, a fantastic swimming pool with two waterslides, and the beaches of the French Atlantic nearby, what more could you ask for?

RCN Vakantiepark De Roggeberg is located in the Drents-Friese Wold National Park in Holland and offers a wide range of facilities for children. The best way to explore the surroundings is by bike. Rent a bicycle from this holiday park and discover everything the region has to offer.

Farm Camps


Farm Camps are a unique way of enjoying a holiday with your family. You’ll sleep under the stars in your luxury tent, enjoy home cooked food with the farmers, and learn how to do everything from milking the cows to turning in the horses. There are 15 Farm Camps locations in the Netherlands, and each one is at an authentic working Dutch farm. You can experience the traditional Dutch rural lifestyle while enjoying a luxury glamping getaway. At the end of it all, the kids have the opportunity to leave with their very own certificate. That’s if they complete all the tasks and missions set by the farmers!

There are plenty of options for child-friendly holiday parks across Europe. Whether you’re looking for an educational experience like FarmCamps, an adrenaline packed adventure at a holiday park with a theme park or a totally relaxing escape surrounding by nature, you can find it at HolidayParkSpecials.co.uk. 


Have you tried a holiday park? What do you think of the facilities?

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12 comments

  1. A very useful post for me because I'm always hunting for child friendly places and things to do, not just locally, but in other places too. Haven't really tried such kind of a park but check out from the options you've posted and will go soon.

    Fatima

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  2. I used to gop to holiday parks all the time as a kid and it'll definitely be a tradition I continue with mine when they arrive. Our favourites were caravan parks, educational ones like Farm camps sound like such a good idea and would be great for a half term break.

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  3. I really like the sound of the farm camps. Sleeping under the stars and learning about farm animals would be great when Mia is older x

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  4. I've always wanted to go for a stay in Holland, will definitely check this holiday park out. Perfect timing!

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  5. I would never have thought of Holland for a family holiday, but it sounds like a great option.

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  6. I have never been to a holiday park before, if I went as a child I know I would have loved it!

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  7. Wow never thought of Holland. Great option to have when you have kids

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  8. I've never been to Holland but I remember going to Park Resort as a kid and getting involved with the kids club and then when I was older I went to Park Dean which was cool but I was more interested in going to the funfair and arcades than anything else. I think holiday parks are great, though.

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  9. These look like really nice places to visit. I've never been to Holland myself but it's definitely high on my list of places to go.

    Ami xxx
    www.ami-rose.com

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  10. I would love to spend a time at a farm camp; it sounds like a great experience.

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  11. Now this sounds like a great way t spend a few days for some R&R!

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  12. This looks amazing. it sounds like a great fun and perfectly safe for my kids.

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