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Monthly News Reel: What You Missed This October in the Holiday Park World


Want to discover the latest industry news from the holiday park world? Get inspired, here, so you can come prepared for our show!


Every month, the world of holiday parks experiences a brand new opening or development. With these changes occurring so often, keeping up is so important.


At the Holiday Park & Resort Innovation Show, we provide the inspiration and tools for you to get ahead of the game, so your company name will be next to appear on our monthly newsreel! Get your FREE tickets to the show, and meet the people who can help you make it happen but, for now, learn what the competition is up to...


This man reading the news has stopped in the middle of his journey to have a look

Plans For a New Park

Starting with something pretty standard, a new holiday park has been approved for building in the Kenwick Park Estate, in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds. The 68-lodge park will be set amongst the fantastic facilities already on the estate, and are estimated to provide a number of full-time jobs for local residents.

Luxury Glamping Pods

Going off-the-grid is one of the many emerging ways that consumers are looking to get away. Our recent blog post, here, touches on this a little more. That said, some companies are taking this to new levels, ensuring you may not even be traceable in your holiday getaway!


Ahuriri Valley in North Otago, New Zealand, offers visitors the chance to “disappear” amongst the rolling landscape. The luxury glamping pods, filled inside with plush decorations and beds, is mirrored on the outside. Reflecting the outside world, it blends into the surroundings, making it difficult to spot, hiding you away from the outside world.

Segwaying to the Next News Story...

Haven’s Craig Tara park in Ayrshire is a one-of-a-king holiday park, which offers fun and excitement for individuals of all ages. Not only does the park have extremely fast and thrilling water slides, but they don’t stop there. Families can expect segway adventures, a roller disco, rope courses, indoor climbing, and so much more!


This just goes to show that thinking outside of the box is a sure-fire way to rake in visitors at your holiday park. By providing something for everyone of every age - something that other holiday parks don’t always provide - you can set yourself apart from the rest.

Dog-Friendly Attractions

Following on from our recent blog post about setting up a water parks for dogs, Seaview Holiday Village, a holiday park in Cornwall, has launched their very own doggy bar. This is one of the few places that are extending their offerings to our furry friends, but it’s a great investment, considering the popularity of dogs these days.


The holiday park provides pints of “beer” and pawsecco for your tail-wagging comrades, as well as human-friendly drinks for the owners. What better way to entice the Britons looking to holiday with their pets than with a pet-friendly bar!?


This dog next to mountains is enjoying the view as he sits next to the water

Want to Improve Your Offerings in the Holiday Park World?

Feeling inspired, and ready for change? Then get your FREE tickets to the Holiday Park & Resort Innovation Show, on 6th & 7th November at the NEC, Birmingham. Don’t miss out on the chance to meet the companies and individuals who can help you stay on top of customer trends, and boost profits at your holiday park.

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