Adults only caravan sites and campsites in Dorset

Dorset is home to miles upon miles of beautiful rolling countryside, dramatic coastlines and top attractions to explore. Home to the iconic Jurassic coast, explore geological wonders alongside top attractions and some yummy seafood! Our adult only caravan parks in Dorset offer the perfect base to explore this wonderful county.

Dog on the beach at Durdle Door, Dorset

Durdle Door, Dorset

Beaches

If you’re looking for a beach destination for your staycations, Dorest could be right up your street. With 100 miles of coastline, Dorest has some of the best beaches in the UK. With a huge range of seaside locations to explore, choose from a sandy bay to shingle coves. Be sure to make a stop at some of Dorset’s most famous beaches including the iconic Durdle Door Beach and Lulworth Cove along the Jurassic Coast.

Natural beauty

Whether you’re going for a walk, driving through the countryside or going for a meal, Dorset makes for a very impressive back drop. Home to the 5th largest area of outstanding natural beauty, ranging from Lyme Regis to Pool Harbour, the county’s landscape has played a role in inspiring famous authors and artists.

The Jurassic Coast

Take a walk back in time – 185 million years no less. The Jurassic Coast is a hugely diverse landscape, home to a huge number of incredible fossils, rocks and landforms. Nestled in the towns and villages you can find museums and visitor centres to help bring the Jurassic coast’s heritage to life, showcasing exceptional fossils and exhibitions. Better yet, keep your eye out for your very own fossil discovery as you stroll along the beaches!

Foodie Heaven

Much like the exciting landscape, Dorset’s food scene is hugely varied and characterful. The region is famous for the high quality and impressive taste of the local produce. Whether you’re looking to enjoy a freshly prepared mackerel bake or a classic Dorset apple cake, you can find it all in Dorset!

Attractions

From fantastic museums to some of the most picturesque homes and gardens to be found, Dorset has a huge variety of attractions for you to enjoy on your stay.

Swanage Railway

Whatever the weather, a trip on the Swanage railway is the perfect way to spend the day. Journey back in time and enjoy the nostalgia at the award-winning Swanage Railway. The 12-mile trip runs through stunning countryside. Drink in the views of the iconic remains of William the Conquerors Castle before admiring the fascinating geology and beautiful wildlife visible from the steam locomotive.

Homes and Gardens

This impressive county is home to some of the most spectacular homes and gardens in the country. Each of which hold their own hidden histories. If you appreciate tranquil, intimate settings you could well find your corner of paradise in Dorset’s range of charming formal homes and gardens. Mapperton House and Gardens is a beautiful setting which even featured in the Mail on Sunday’s Top 10 British Gardens – not one to be missed.

Tank Museum

Bringing history to life, the Tank Museum tells the story of armoured warfare across the past 100 years of history. Explore the impressive exhibitions and admire the 300 armoured vehicles, including the world’s first ever tank, the feared German Tiger and the modern Challenger 2.

Events

Dorset is home to a huge range of events which take place across the county. There is something to suit all tastes!
Please note: A number of events have been cancelled in 2021 due to the on-going Coronavirus pandemic, please check event websites for further information.

Dorset Steam Fair

If you’re looking for something heritage related, you’re sure to find it here. This event is home to a huge variety of exhibitions and attractions. Watch as steam giants are being put to work hauling, sawing and ploughing. There are over 50 show engines to view alongside a huge range of other vintage and classic vehicles. With over 500 stalls providing an endless variety of goods, this one events is not to be missed.

Dorset Seafood festival

Bring together sparkling wine and freshly caught seafood and you get a weekend of fun on the Dorset coast. Set in the Waymouths’s famous historic harbour, you can taste fresh seafood dishes from nearly 100 stalls, watch as national chefs show you their secrets with hand on sessions or simply sit back enjoying a glass of Nyetimber English Sparkling wine.

The Jazz Festival

Lyme Regis plays host to a huge number of bands from across most of the Jazz spectrum, From New Orleans to contemporary, with lots of leading names and new faces. What could be better than kicking back with a cocktail and listening to your favourite melodies on the beautiful Jurassic Coast?

Our Adults only caravan sites and campsites in Dorset

If you’re looking for a getaway to experience dramatic scenery and famous attractions? You’ll find it on your holiday on Dorset. Our adult only caravan sites and campsites in Dorset have something for every taste. Browse our collection of unique holiday experiences and start planning your getaway today!

Back of Beyond Touring Camping & Glamping Park

St Leonards, Dorset

Thirty acres of woodland, heathland and lakes for you to enjoy at this peaceful, award winning park. An ideal base for exploring the New Forest and South Coast.

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Back of Beyond Touring Camping & Glamping Park

Back of Beyond Touring Camping & Glamping Park

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