The holiday parks in Devon are major attractions for people all over Europe. They attract tourists from around the UK and beyond its borders, and that’s for a good reason. They are packed to the brim with things to do.
You can easily get lost in just one of the parks, but a pass nets you access to all four of them anytime you want. You can enjoy high-end waterparks, lazy days on the beach, child-friendly play areas, horseback riding, camping, and even a stiff drink at the pub if you’re up to it.
All of that is a blessing and a curse. If you don’t have any idea what you’re getting into, you might end up missing a lot of things you’d have loved to do.
So, here’s a quick checklist to make sure you make the most out of the trip.
Visit All Four Parks
When you buy a Woolacombe holiday park pass, you don’t have to stay in the first park you go to. You can travel between all four resorts at your own leisure.
So, don’t waste the opportunity.
All the holiday parks have their own unique themes, and the various attractions and activities they offer revolve around their respective themes. So, if you go to one and stay there the whole time, you can expect to miss out on three-quarters of what the holiday parks in Devon have to offer.
Research and Plan Ahead
This is another big one to maximize your experience at the parks. The parks have a ton to offer spread across four different resorts. If you just show up and randomly start doing things, you’re sure to miss out on something, and you won’t realize it until you’re headed home.
Because of this, we highly recommend you research each of the parks, and figure out which activities and attractions are available at each one.
Pick the activities that appeal to you the most, and plan the days of your scheduled holiday around them. Maybe you want to start off with horseback riding and family sports, and then wrap it up enjoying the parks and having a few drinks along with a nice dinner? Figure that out before you go.
However, don’t be so strict with your schedule that it’s a chore to be on holiday. Leave room to branch out and do whatever you’re feeling up to.
Leave the Resorts
This might seem counterintuitive. After all, you paid for a pass to four parks, and those parks have basically everything you could possibly want. You’re probably already trying to squeeze too many activities into one day.
Well, you’d still be amiss not to venture out of the resorts and try a few of the local attractions. Devon is filled with amazing pubs, historical attractions, and more. Spend at least one day trying a few things that aren’t in a resort. You’d be surprised just how much you can experience in a day if you follow the previous step and plan ahead.