From clifftop views to deep within the forest, our parks put you at the heart of nature. Each location is lovingly cared for by our site teams in order to preserve its natural beauty for generations to come.
Our holiday parks are in areas of outstanding natural beauty, which we're committed to preserving for all to enjoy.
Encouraging wildlife with bat, bird and bug boxes. See boxes built by Jake at Hoburne Naish in the image above.
Pledged by teams at St Mabyn, Naish, Devon Bay.
Planting flowers that attract bees and butterflies - such as those pictured above at Hoburne Bashley.
Pledged by teams at Blue Anchor, Naish and Bashley.
Giving threatened species a safe and undisturbed home.
Pledged by the team at Devon Bay, who captured the above picture on the park's badger cam.
Planting native trees to encourage wildlife.
Pledged by teams at Doublebois, Bashley and Naish.
Development of manmade pond to encourage wildlife.
Pledged by the team at Doublebois who have developed a pond on their golf course.
We are committed to minimising our impact on the environment through the reduction of contributors to global warming and waste.
We have now introduced type 2 connector 22kW electric vehicle charge points at the majority of our holiday parks and our Group Support Services office, with plans for all parks to have charging points in the coming months.
Solar technology has been introduced across Group Support Services and Hoburne Park. So far the installation has saved 6,400kg of CO2 emissions, the equivalent of planting 289 trees.
We now use 100% recycled paper for our welcome packs as verified by the Woodland Trust. Every sheet we purchase contributes to their work and the energy used in production is generated from waste material, resulting in zero CO2 emissions from fossil fuels.
We have introduced electric and hybrid cars for our employees to minimise our environmental impact when travelling for work. Charging points have also been installed at Group Support Services and Hoburne Park.
We have introduced 11 new food waste bins across our parks to reduce our carbon footprint, capture the renewable energy and restore essential nutrients back into the soil through composting.
We have banned plastic straws, polystyrene takeaway containers and plastic bags across all of our holiday parks. In addition, we now promote the use of reusable drink vessels.
To ensure that we are only using electricity when necessary, we have installed light motion sensors in 12 of our buildings with more scheduled for installation.
We will where possible replace every lightbulb with an LED alternative. So far we have replaced 397 across our parks.
We are currently improving our facilities for disabled holidaymakers to ensure that every visitor to our parks has the best experience possible.
We aim to increase the amount that we recycle by 30% in the next two years. So far we have replaced 108 general waste bins with recycling bins.
We have introduced 19 more bottle bins so that we send less glass to landfill and reduce our impact on global warming by recycling the glass.
Our park teams will be policing energy consumption and taking action where necessary to ensure that nothing is wasted.
Water savers will be installed in all toilet cisterns and fire hoses will be replaced with fire extinguisher boxes.
We aim to reduce the amount of paper we use by 500,000 pieces by only giving a receipt when asked.
We only use 100% free-range meat and other produce in our cafes and restaurants.
Events for waste awareness will be organised for all Hoburne site staff to help them become more environmentally conscious.
Open to everyone from holidaymakers to local schools and organisations, the Woodland Centre at Hoburne Bashley offers a range of guided walks, workshops, classes and talks which educate visitors on the preservation and history of the forest.
As part of the ancient New Forest, the woodland is being managed by experts using methods such as coppicing which are centuries-old and highly sustainable.
Visitors can try their hand at coppicing, bushcraft and woodcarving whilst guided by professionals who have the woodland and its conservation as their core priority.
Find out more about our woodland management team here.