A holiday park has been placed in the top five best in Devon after a report by Mumsnet found families loving their experience when visiting – and it’s mostly down to the beautiful location and secluded beach.
Croyde has gained renown for its breathtaking sand dunes and charming, classic pubs that warmly welcome families. Its strategic location also offers easy access to some of North Devon’s most beloved attractions, such as the Coombe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park, as well as The Big Sheep.
Croyde Bay parks itself in the middle of two headlands conveniently offering protection from powerful winds, with sand dunes at the rear and Devon Hills countryside, and having a more laid-back natural feel to it and fine golden sand.
The bay attracts thousands of visitors every year, some seeking a peaceful time out from their everyday lives, and others wanting to experience one of the country’s best beaches, known as a perfect place for surfing and bodyboarding.
And just a ten-minute walk away, visitors can wander around Croyde village, a modern beach town that never lost Its classic English village feel, home to some 700 residents.
Just a stone’s throw from Croyde Bay beach in North Devon, Ruda Holiday Park boasts packages for all budgets, everything from camping spots to six-bedroom cottages.
The on-site offerings provide a plethora of entertainment options catering to kids of every age.
These include the exciting Cascades Tropical Adventure Pool featuring a thrilling 230ft waterslide and rapids, an enticing outdoor adventure playground, expansive playing fields, and well-maintained tennis courts.
For nature enthusiasts, the outdoor nature trail offers opportunities to observe local wildlife up close. Aspiring surfers and bodyboarders can also rejoice, as a surf hire shop is available.
Making it even more, family-friendly the RNLI lifeguard service operates between May and September, as well as the easter weekend, all October weekends and October half term.
So while you’re soaking up the sun on a secluded beach, help is on hand for little ones treading water a little too deep.
More about this article: Read More
This notice was published: 2023-08-13 05:00:00