If you love caravans then the Isle of Wight is perfect. You can rent holiday homes and buy static caravans or even travertine caravans. When you book static caravans in the summer months you can take your caravans on the ferry from Woolacombe, a famous port on the Isle of Wight. You can then drive to the Isle of Wight and hire a car to take you around this beautiful island. For those who prefer touring caravans there is the isle of Wight itself, where you can choose from camping grounds and caravan parks or the more modern caravans in Lynton & Lynmouth, once the most picturesque marina.
As well as using a ferry for your caravans and touring caravans in the summer months, you may also wish to use the isle of wight ferry. This is operated by the Isle of Wight Council, and boats sail twice a day between Portland and Craignure. To reach the other end of the isle of wight ferry a car should be hired. The booking fee is inclusive of all costs associated with travelling to the Isle of Wight. Should you require car hire, a map to the isle of wight and a boat ticket will be required.
Another popular activity is an adventure playground. Adventure Park isle is located close to the town of Craignure and is open for visitors to come and go as they please. There is an array of slides, climbing frames, zip lines, and climbing walls to explore. You can stay for the day and explore this delightful area of the countryside or the day before, and return to the comfort of your accommodation. The holiday park isle also offers four-wheel drive driving and hire bikes.
If you wish to bring the family to explore the adventure playground, it is possible to book one of the Holiday Park's mini caravans. Mini caravans are self contained caravans offering all the comforts of home within the campervan park. They offer excellent facilities including double bedding, cooker and fridge, washing machine, broadband and TV. The park also has a play area and a children's playground. The play area is suitable for small children and is surrounded by oak trees.
If you wish to explore more of the Isle of Wight then you may wish to hire a campervan holiday in the town and drive over to Sandown. Sandown is a vibrant and lively town with many attractions to visit. The most famous attraction is the British Museum where you can see some of the finest ancient artifacts in the world. If you like history, the Bressingham Cathedral is a must see spot and is also home to a beautiful chapel and tower. Sandown is also a great location for a lunchtime stroll as there are many cafes and restaurants to choose from.
If you are looking for an adventure playground during your stay on the Isle of Wight, look no further than the award winning Monkey Forest. This fantastic playground is a favourite with families as it is family friendly with all the amenities you would expect from a full service play area. The park is open daily from Tuesday to Sunday and offers adventures for both old and young. There is a small number of caravans staying on site at the Park but all visitors are welcome to come along for a relaxing day or evening. There is also an added attraction with "Monkey House", which is an authentic jungle setting based around the resident monkeys.
Isle of Wight is a picturesque holiday resort with lovely gardens and a variety of activities on offer. There is plenty to do in terms of entertainment, food and shopping with entertainment available in the town as well as on the beaches. On the Isle of Wight, caravans can be hired as holiday homes with additional facilities such as a swimming pool and game rooms. During the summer months, families love to hit the beach for a day of relaxation before hitting the town for afternoon tea. Isle of Wight caravans in the summer months can be rented out for family fun-fare. When booking your holiday accommodation, ensure that you inform the caravan owners of any other family members who will be joining you on your trip.