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Discover the Best UK Holiday Parks Near Hull in 2024

Holiday Parks Near Hull

Welcome to Hull! This bustling port city is famous for its maritime heritage, the iconic Humber Bridge, and its vibrant arts scene. Hull even bagged the UK City of Culture award, making it a top-notch destination for family holidays.

There are a good selection of UK Holiday Parks dotted around Hull.

A holiday park come with a host of benefits:

  • Plenty to do on-site for kids – playgrounds, swimming pools, and kids’ clubs
  • Playtime for grown-ups – there are private hot tubs and spa treatments.
  • Onsite bars – plus restaurants, and cafes that serve everything from hearty full English breakfasts to classic fish-and-chip suppers.

Prices for a week-long family stay can range from £500 to £1,200, depending on the season and amenities.

So, what’s good to do in Hull?

  • The Deep – An award-winning aquarium that’s perfect for a day of underwater exploration. We went there and it was utterly amazing (can’t wait to go back!)
  • Ferens Art Gallery – 700 years of art and imagination from all across the world for all ages.
  • Hull Truck Theatre – Catch a family-friendly show or a comedy night for some laughs.
  • Festivals – Hull also hosts some fantastic festivals throughout the year. Don’t miss the Hull Freedom Festival in September, the Humber Street Sesh in August, or the Hull Jazz Festival in November.

What are some good holiday parks in and around Hull? We’ve sifted through reviews, ratings, and facilities to bring you a bunch of the most popular ones. Whether you’re after relaxation, family fun, or a bit of both, you’ll find it below. Happy holiday hunting!

We’ve compiled user feedback and handy info in one page to make booking the right one easier.

1. Raywell Hall Country Lodges – Good reviews and close to Hull

Raywell, East Riding of Yorkshire

Distance (Raywell Hall Country Lodges to hull): 9.3 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 23 minutes
Route Advice: From Raywell Hall Country Lodges, head southeast on Riplingham Road towards West Ella Road. Continue straight onto A164 and follow the signs for Hull City Centre. The park is conveniently close to major roads and is easy to get to.
Hot tub: Yes
Pet friendly: Yes
Raywell Hall Country Lodges in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Spacious lodges + private hot tubs? Yes please…
Raywell Hall Country Lodges in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Modern interiors with loads of room for everyone…

‘Lovely luxury break. Although on a site you wouldn’t know it’s peaceful tranquil place.. Not over looked. So can enjoy indoor and outdoor space in private. My little pooch had his first holiday here. Was met with bed, bowls, treats and blanket for him. Garden fully fenced off so he can run In and out. Perfect break.’Joanna S – Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – Imagine being in the beautifully landscaped grounds of an elegant 19th-century manor house at the foot of the Yorkshire Wolds Way.

Whether you’re a fan of long walks or just fancy a stroll, the views are stunning.

Nearby, you can visit The Deep Aquarium in Kingston Upon Hull, only 8 miles away, or take a scenic drive to the North Yorkshire Moors for some fresh air and exercise.

Accommodation – The lodges here are top-notch. Choose from cosy one-bedroom lodges perfect for a romantic getaway or spacious three-bedroom lodges the whole family can spread out in!

Each lodge comes with a private hot tub, so you can soak away your worries in style.

User Reviews – This holiday park scores an impressive 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor and 4.7/5 on Google Reviews. Guests rave about the peaceful setting and the luxurious lodges. The hot tubs are a big hit, and the cleanliness and modern amenities get a thumbs up. Some say it’s so peaceful that even their stress took a holiday.

Onsite facilities – The park boasts a convenience store, and for those who can’t bear to be away from the green, there are golf courses within 2 miles—Hessle Golf Club is just 1 mile away.

Don’t mind the traditional tearoom serving locally sourced produce. And if you’re celebrating something special, you can pre-order one of their celebration packs, which include champagne and luxury chocolates.

We won’t tell your dentist if you don’t…

For kids – While this park is more of a haven for adults, kids can still have a blast. The park offers table tennis and a pool area, and there’s plenty of space for them to run around like little maniacs. It’s also really close to Hull so the Deep Aquarium will be on your list.

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2. Willow Pastures Country Park – Perfect Countryside Retreat

Skirlaugh, Nr Hull, Yorkshire Moors and Coast

Distance (Willow Pastures Country Park to hull): 6.8 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 15 minutes
Route Advice: From Willow Pastures Country Park, head south on the B1238 towards Hull. Merge onto the A1033 and follow the signs for Hull City Centre. This route is direct and avoids major traffic hotspots.
Hot tub: Yes
Pet friendly: Yes
Willow Pastures Country Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Hot tubs and cold drinks… perfect
Willow Pastures Country Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Grab a drink at the on-site bar…

‘A fantastic selection of luxury lodges located on a wonderfully well maintained park. We stayed in a retreat two bedroom lodge and it was spotlessly clean and well equipped. The park was quiet and located in a great place which was next door to a good country pub (The Gardeners Arms) which did great food and drink. There is also a Garden Centre complete with craft shop and restaurant next door.’Mark N – Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – A lovely countryside idyll, complete with rolling fields and the occasional sheep to remind you that you’re definitely not in the city anymore.

You’re surrounded by lush greenery here, perfect for those who enjoy a good walk or cycle. Just 9 miles from Hull, you can easily pop into town for a bit of hustle and bustle before retreating back to your sanctuary.

Nearby, the Skirlaugh Garden Centre and Shopping Village (0.1 miles) offers a quaint afternoon out, and Beverley (10 miles) and Hornsea (8 miles) are just a short drive away.

Accommodation – In one word: posh! You can choose from various collections like the Retreat Collection, which sleeps up to 4 people, or the Champagne Collection, which also accommodates 4.

Each lodge comes with modern interiors, outdoor spaces, and yes, a hot tub. Whether you’re a family of four or a couple looking for a romantic getaway, you’ll be at home here…

User Reviews – Scores an impressive 4.5/5 on TripAdvisor and 4.6/5 on Google Reviews.

Guests love the modern, well-equipped lodges and the peaceful atmosphere. The hot tubs seem to be a crowd favourite, and the park’s location makes it easy to explore the surrounding area.

While there were a few minor niggles, the overall feedback is overwhelmingly positive.

Onsite facilities – There’s a bar and restaurant with an adjacent play area, perfect for keeping the kids entertained while you enjoy a meal.

The Gardener’s Arms Country Inn is just 2 miles away and welcomes both guests and their pets.

The park also offers beauty treatments and massages, so you can truly unwind. A convenience store on-site ensures you have everything you need and the free Wi-Fi means you can stay connected… (if you really want to).

For kids – Kids will be in their element here. There’s a children’s play area right next to the bar and restaurant, so you can keep an eye on them while enjoying your meal.

Nearby Skirlaugh Garden Centre has a craft shop that might just spark their creativity.

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3. Holderness Country Park – Peaceful Retreat with Fishing

Tunstall, Nr Hull, Yorkshire

Distance (Holderness Country Park to hull): 15.5 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 30 minutes
Route Advice: From Holderness Country Park, head west on Tunstall Road. Merge onto the B1362, then the A1033 towards Hull. Follow the signs to Hull City Centre.
Hot tub: No
Pet friendly: Yes
Holderness Country Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Dine outside if the weather’s behaving!
Holderness Country Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
A private well-stocked fishing lake…

‘The lodge was so clean and cosy. The site is hidden away like a gem. Parking outside the lodge, in a very quiet lodge park. Lots of fabulous places nearby to visit. Absolutely delighted with this place. Already checking dates to come back. Amazing.’helen w – Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – Enjoying unspoilt views over the rolling East Yorkshire countryside, this quiet and small family-run park is on the edge of Tunstall. It’s just a 5-minute drive from the seaside town of Withernsea.

Roos village, with its shops, pubs, and restaurant, is also close by. The park’s peaceful setting will have your stress melting away and is also good for spot of coarse fishing.

Nearby attractions include Beverley (20 miles), Bridlington (30 miles), and the melting pot of Hull (14 miles). You might even find yourself accidentally driving through Spurn Point Nature Reserve if you take a wrong turn – it’s only 16 miles away!

Accommodation – Lodges that cater to various group sizes. The Heaton Lodge sleeps up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, perfect for a small family or a couple of friends.

For couples, the Marvell Lodge accommodates 2 guests with a single bedroom and bathroom, offering a snug retreat. For those who like their space, the Amy Johnson Lodge, Kendall Lodge, and Lipman Lodge each sleep up to 4 guests and come with 2 bedrooms and 1-2 bathrooms.

User Reviews – On TripAdvisor, Holderness Country Park scores an impressive 4.5/5 based on 18 reviews. Guests praised the park for its cleanliness, tranquillity, and spacious grounds.

The fishing pond was a hit among visitors who appreciate a bit of angling.

However, some noted the lack of on-site facilities but found the proximity to Withernsea (a mere 5-minute drive) convenient. Overall, this holiday park is a good pick for a peaceful natural setting.

Onsite facilities – The park prides itself on its simplicity, offering a peaceful retreat with coarse fishing available. WiFi is accessible throughout the park, ensuring you can still binge-watch your favourite shows while pretending to be one with nature. Although there are no restaurants or bars on-site, the nearby village of Roos has you covered with a few local pubs and eateries.

For kids – While the park doesn’t boast an array of kid-specific activities, the open spaces and natural surroundings provide plenty of room for outdoor play and exploration. Withernsea’s seaside attractions are just a short drive away, offering traditional beach fun and seaside amusements.

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4. Cowden Holiday Park – Scenic park with beach access

Cowden, Nr Hornsea, Yorkshire

Distance (Cowden Holiday Park to hull): 15.1 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 30 minutes
Route Advice: Head north on the A165 from Hull, then take the B1242 towards Cowden.
Hot tub: No
Pet friendly: Yes
Cowden Holiday Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Plenty of safe space for kids to play
Cowden Holiday Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Fancy a spot of fishing?

‘The reviews on suggest that guests have generally positive experiences at Cowden Holiday Park. Some key points from the reviews include: Location: Many guests appreciated the park’s location, with beach access just a short walk away. Cleanliness: Several reviews mentioned that the caravans were clean and well-equipped.’Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – Set next to the lovely town of Hornsea, just 3 miles away.

The grounds are a mix of well-kept lawns and mature trees, with a path leading you straight to the beach.

Beverley and Hull are both easily accessible, and York is just an hour’s drive. Not forgetting the David Bellamy Gold Award for Conservation, so you can feel good about your stay while you enjoy the views. You might even spot a squirrel or two, but don’t worry, they’re not the ones who nick your picnic!

Accommodation – This park offers luxury caravans that come in a variety of styles and sizes. Whether you need a cosy 2-bedroom for a romantic retreat or a spacious 3-bedroom for a family holiday, you’ll find it here. Each caravan is well-equipped, meaning you can leave the kitchen sink at home.

User Reviews – On, Cowden Holiday Park scores a solid 7.0/10 based on 10 reviews. Guests love the park’s location and cleanliness, with caravans described as cozy and comfy.

The facilities, including Larkham’s Club & Bar and a convenience store, are appreciated, and the staff get a thumbs up for being friendly and helpful. Value for money? Most think so, though a few might suggest it could use a hot tub.

Onsite facilities – You’ll find a variety of facilities to keep everyone entertained. The Cross Keys Bar and Restaurant is perfect for a meal or a pint, while the coffee shop is ideal for your caffeine fix.

There’s a children’s play area to keep the little ones busy, and for those who fancy a bit of fishing, there’s coarse fishing onsite (just remember your licence). A launderette is available, though it might cost you a few quid.

For kids – The play area is a hit, and the beach is a short walk away for sandcastle building and splashing about.

There’s plenty of open space for games and running around. Just remember, tired kids are happy kids, and you’ll be a happy parent too!

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5. Sand le Mere Holiday Park – Fun-packed park with top facilities

Tunstall, Yorkshire

Distance (Sand le Mere Holiday Park to hull): 15.8 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 32 minutes
Route Advice: From Sand le Mere Holiday Park, head southwest on Southfield Lane toward Tunstall Road/B1242. Continue to follow the B1242 southbound. At the roundabout, take the first exit onto A1033 towards Hull. Continue on A1033 and follow signs for Hull City Centre. This route avoids most traffic hotspots and offers a straightforward drive into Hull.
Hot tub: No
Pet friendly: Yes
Sand le Mere Holiday Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
The good thing about this park is everything is on site…
Sand le Mere Holiday Park in Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Little ones will love the indoor splash zone!

‘We stayed in a gold plus wheelchair adapted caravan. 3 adults. We’d read reviews and were somewhat apprehensive. Paid for an early check in, which was quick and easy, the girls on reception were lovely. We were situated on Tunstall View, which was quiet, just what we wanted.’kazimag – Trip Advisor.

If you’re after a holiday park that’s got more activities than you can shake a stick at, Sand le Mere Holiday Park in Yorkshire is your spot.

Just 17 miles from Hull, this park is practically made for families.

Nearby attractions include the Spurn National Nature Reserve (15 miles), Bugtopia Hornsea Zoo (20 miles), and The Deep Aquarium (17 miles).

With a lovely heated indoor pool, a newly refurbished clubhouse, and a variety of family-friendly entertainment options.

Whether you’re a fan of fishing, climbing walls, or just lounging by the pool, Sand le Mere has something for everyone.

Park Setting – Set against the stunning backdrop of Tunstall beach, offering picturesque views that are perfect for a bit of Instagram bragging.

The grounds are well-maintained, with plenty of walking paths for a leisurely stroll.

Accommodation – Options range from static caravans to luxury holiday lodges. Caravans typically have 2-3 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 guests. The lodges are a bit more upmarket, perfect for those who want to add a touch of glamour to their seaside escape.

User Reviews – According to Google Reviews, Sand le Mere scores a solid 3.9/5 based on over 1,200 reviews. Facebook users give it a 3.8/5 from 1,000+ reviews, while Feefo rates it at 4.0/5 from 500+ reviews. users are a bit more critical, with a score of 7.2/10 from 300 reviews.

The general consensus is that the park is great for families, thanks to its amenities and location. However, some guests have mentioned issues with accommodation quality.

Onsite facilities – Heated indoor pool, a sauna, and even a steam room… if you can take a bit of heat.

For dining, there’s a restaurant and family bar, and if you’re feeling a bit competitive, the amusement arcade is the place to be.

There’s also a sensory room, adventure playgrounds, and a fishing lake.

For kids – The little ones are spoilt for choice with activities. There’s a fun-packed Kids Club, an adventure playground, and even a climbing wall. The indoor soft play area is perfect for rainy days, and the splash pool area is a hit during warmer months.

Teddy Mountain and Crafty Pottery activities are also available, ensuring the kids are entertained

…while you sneak off for a quiet cup of tea.

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6. Thornwick Bay Holiday Village – Family-friendly park with fantastic watersports

Flamborough, Yorkshire » Vale of York

Distance (Thornwick Bay Holiday Village to hull): 40.3 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around an hour
Route Advice: From Thornwick Bay Holiday Park, head south on the B1255 towards Bridlington. Continue on the A165, then merge onto the A1033 towards Hull City Centre. This route takes you along the scenic Yorkshire coastline before turning inland towards Hull.
Hot tub: No
Pet friendly: Yes
Thornwick Bay Holiday Village in Vale of York, Yorkshire
Have a paddle at the nearby beach…
Thornwick Bay Holiday Village in Vale of York, Yorkshire
Enjoy some excellent activities at this park including Dynamic park with kayaking, adventure sports and segways

‘Perfect for relaxing Stayed in a silver accommodation No 6 Eavestone which is a new area in the lakes area a very nice caravan very clean comfortable bed very spacious great location nice and quiet this was our sixth visit to Thornwick and we will be returning again’Paul M – Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – Perched on the stunning Yorkshire coastline, offering breathtaking views and scenic walks. The park itself is a sight for sore eyes, with well-maintained grounds and beautiful clifftop paths.

Nearby attractions include Bempton Cliffs (5 miles) for birdwatching enthusiasts and the bustling Bridlington Beach (8 miles) for a classic seaside day out. Just don’t forget your binoculars or your bucket and spade!

Accommodation – A good choice of cosy caravans and spacious lodges. Whether you’re a couple looking for a romantic escape or a family of six, there’s something to suit everyone.

The silver caravans are particularly popular for their modern design and comfort.

User Reviews – This park scores a solid 4/5 on Trip Advisor. The good points include clean accommodations, friendly staff, and a plethora of activities to keep everyone entertained.

The not-so-good points? Some guests found the mattresses a bit too firm for their liking. Overall, the park provides a fantastic holiday experience, with the minor discomfort of a firm mattress easily outweighed by the stunning location and facilities.

Onsite facilities -Try your hand at archery in the Activity Barn or head to The Lighthouse Bar and Restaurant, or grab some fish and chips from Cook’s.

The Boathouse offers a range of watersports. There’s even an amusement arcade to empty your pockets of those pesky 2p coins.

For kids – Kids will be spoiled for choice with activities. They can master the junior Segways, create masterpieces at Pic ‘n’ Paint Pottery, or scale the climbing wall.

The new NERF Training Camp is a hit, combining the excitement of paintball with the speed of basketball. And let’s not forget the adventure trail and nature garden, perfect for little explorers.

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7. Blue Dolphin Holiday Park – All the fun you can fit into a caravan holiday!

Filey, Yorkshire » Vale of York

Distance (Blue Dolphin Holiday Park to hull): 38.7 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 1 hour
Route Advice: From Blue Dolphin Holiday Park, head west on the A165. Continue on the A64 towards York, then merge onto the A1079 towards Hull. This route provides a direct drive through the Yorkshire countryside. Don’t forget your snacks!
Hot tub: No
Pet friendly: Yes
Blue Dolphin Holiday Park in Vale of York, Yorkshire
Blue Dolphin Holiday Park in Vale of York, Yorkshire

‘Just come back from a week at Blue Dolphin and have no complaints at all. We stayed in Pine Court which was a beautiful, quiet part of the park. Our grandson loved all of the activities but especially the tanks. All of the staff were very pleasant and helpful. We ate at the Brighouse only once but it was a nice meal – Burger King and Papa Johns deliver to your caravan if needed.’Lorraine L – Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – A great location on the Yorkshire coast, offering breathtaking views over Gristhorpe Bay.

The park is an excellent base for exploring nearby attractions like Filey Beach, just 2 miles away, and the charming town of Scarborough, a 20-minute drive. Fancy a bit of history? Scarborough Castle is only 8 miles away. The park itself features lovely landscaped grounds, perfect for a stroll or a picnic, but watch out for the seagulls—they’re cheeky little thieves!

Accommodation – You’ll find a variety of accommodations here, from cosy caravans to spacious lodges. Options range from 2 to 4 bedrooms, comfortably sleeping up to 8 guests. Whether you’re looking for a simple place to rest your head or a more luxurious stay, there’s something to suit every budget.

User Reviews – Based on my research, here is a summary of reviews for Blue Dolphin Holiday Park from the available platforms: Tripadvisor: 4.2/5 based on 1,460 reviews.

Guests have praised the scenic coastal location and well-maintained facilities. Families particularly enjoy the kid-friendly activities and the on-site kids club. On the downside, some guests mentioned occasional maintenance issues.

Overall, the park scores a solid 4.2/5, indicating generally positive experiences.

Onsite facilities – There are heated indoor and outdoor pools with a multi-lane water.

The Brigghouse Restaurant serves up tasty meals all day, and if you’re feeling lazy, Papa Johns will deliver pizza right to your caravan.

Other options include Cook’s Fish & Chips, Burger King, and Bertie’s Ice Cream. Love a bit of competition? There’s a SportsDrome with a climbing wall, roller disco, and even Batfast, a virtual sports simulator.

And let’s not forget the FunWorks amusements arcade—because who doesn’t love a good old-fashioned arcade?

For kids – They can bounce around on the inflatable castle, navigate the crazy golf course, or try their hand at junior Segways.

There’s also a NERF Training Camp for those who fancy themselves as the next action hero. For the little explorers, there are bug hunts and fire lighting techniques to learn. And of course, the Seaside Squad is always on hand to entertain with new shows and activities.

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8. Primrose Valley Holiday Park – Family-friendly park with beach, live entertainment and activities

Filey, Yorkshire » Vale of York

Distance (Primrose Valley Holiday Park to Hull): 36.8 miles
Driving Time between park & Hull: Around 1 hour
Route Advice: From Primrose Valley Holiday Park, head west on the A165. Continue on the A64 towards York, then merge onto the A1079 towards Hull. This route offers a mix of coastal and countryside scenery.
Hot tub: No
Pet friendly: Yes
Primrose Valley Holiday Park in Vale of York, Yorkshire
Water sports are one of the activities available…
Primrose Valley Holiday Park in Vale of York, Yorkshire
Try something new! There’s exciting stuff for all ages…

‘We’ve been to Primrose Valley twice before but stopped in family’s caravan so this was the first time booking through the Haven website. Originally we planned to bring our dog to Blue Dolphin but the same night I booked it my dog got sick so we left him with family and managed to book onto the Primrose Valley site instead. We booked a bronze caravan and was impressed with how spacious it was.’Gemma M – Trip Advisor.

Park Setting – Primrose Valley Holiday Park is located in Filey, Yorkshire, a stone’s throw from the picturesque seaside towns of Scarborough (8 miles) and Bridlington (11 miles).

Enjoy stunning sea views over Filey Bay and direct access to a sandy beach. The coastal walks are perfect for burning off that extra ice cream.

Don’t miss nearby Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park, just 3 miles away – a good family day out.

Accommodation – The park offers a variety of modern caravans, ranging from Bronze to Platinum grades, accommodating up to 8 guests. Whether you fancy a spacious caravan with a sea view or a cosy spot near the lake, there’s something to suit everyone.

The caravans are well-equipped with all the mod cons, so you won’t miss your home comforts.

User Reviews – Haven Primrose Valley Holiday Park boasts an overall rating of 4.3/5 stars based on 4,790 reviews. Google Maps users rated the reception at 4.4/5 stars from 1,713 reviews.

Guests loved the wide range of facilities and activities, from the climbing wall to the go-kart track.

However, some had issues with the booking system for activities. Overall, it’s clear the park is a hit, especially with families.

Onsite facilities – What doesn’t this park have? Indoor and outdoor pools, a climbing wall, and an Aerial Adventure course to name a few.

The Lakehouse restaurant serves up delicious meals, while the new J D Wetherspoon pub, The Five Stones, offers a variety of drinks and pub grub.

For a quick bite, there’s Burger King®, Papa Johns, and Slim Chickens. The FunWorks amusement arcade keeps the fun rolling, and there’s even a mini-market for your essentials.

For kids – Kids will be in heaven here. From the new Inflatable Arena to the NERF Training Camp, there’s no shortage of activities. They can also enjoy the multi-lane water slide, crazy golf, and the go-kart track.

The park offers themed weekends where they can meet characters like The Gruffalo and Bing. And if that’s not enough, there’s den building, mini aerial adventure, and archery coaching.

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