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Benson Waterfront

18 Miles from Buckinghamshire
Sleeps 4
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Benson Waterfront is part of our exclusive Bouja Luxury Boutique Breaks Collection, boasting a magnificent location on the banks of the River Thames.
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The Springs Resort & Spa

20 Miles from Buckinghamshire
Sleeps 4
Pets 2
Escape to picturesque Oxfordshire with a break at The Springs Resort & Golf Club, which is part of our Magnificent Collection.
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buckinghamshire Park & Visitor Guide

Buckinghamshire, affectionately known as 'Bucks', is a tapestry of lush countryside, bustling market towns, and family-friendly attractions. From the adrenaline rushes at Gulliver's Land to serene strolls in the Chiltern Hills, there's a slice of adventure for everyone. Foodies can indulge in local artisan cheeses at farmers' markets or enjoy a traditional Sunday roast at a cosy pub. Did you know the iconic Buckingham Palace gets its name from this historic county? Opting for a family break at a UK holiday park in Bucks offers the perfect blend of relaxation and entertainment, with the freedom to explore or chill out at your own pace.

Have You Discovered UK Holiday Parks?

These self-contained resorts offer caravans, lodges, and sometimes tents or glamping pods. You can enjoy a range of facilities including swimming pools, entertainment venues, kids' clubs, and restaurants. They're designed for families looking for a break where everything is on your doorstep!

Holiday parks offer more space and freedom than hotels, such as separate bedrooms, living areas, and your own outdoor space. With the added bonus of on-site amenities and entertainment. They're self-catering too, saving money on dining out.

Going for a UK holiday park means you can forget about stressful airports, and luggage restrictions, and you can pack the car with as many of your home comforts as you like. Plus, you're contributing to the local economy and reducing your carbon footprint.

Why Take Your 2024 Family Holiday Park Break in Buckinghamshire?

Buckinghamshire, with its rolling Chiltern Hills and historic market towns, offers a refreshing blend of countryside and culture. It's not just about the scenery; 2024 brings new attractions and upgrades to existing parks. Keep an eye out for local festivals, like the Buckingham Literary Festival, adding a sprinkle of creativity to your stay. Holiday parks here offer a more relaxed pace compared to hotels, with the added bonus of being immersed in the unique charm of Bucks – think Roald Dahl's whimsical heritage in Great Missenden or the grandeur of Stowe House.

If you're visiting Buckinghamshire with kids

Absolutely, Buckinghamshire is a hit with the little ones. From the Roald Dahl Museum to the treetop adventures at Go Ape in Wendover Woods, there's plenty to keep them entertained. Holiday parks in the UK, especially in Bucks, offer freedom and facilities that hotels can't match, like playgrounds and kids' clubs.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Swimwear for pool days
  3. Rain gear – just in case!
  4. Favorite toys or games for quiet evenings
  5. Sun protection for those sunny days out
  6. Any necessary medication
  7. Adventure-ready clothing

Pet Friendly Buckinghamshire Adventures

Bucks is a treat for pets, with plenty of trails and open spaces. Many pubs, like The Old Swan in Chesham or The Cross Keys in Great Missenden, welcome furry friends. Remember to bring a leash, water bowl, and any pet essentials when out and about.

Dog walking ideas in Buckinghamshire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Wendover Woods Various Forest HP22 5NQ
Thames Path Up to 184 River SL7 1QZ
Black Park 10 Lake & Woods SL3 6DS
Great Missenden Circular 5 Village & Fields HP16 0AL
Stowe Gardens Varies Landscaped Gardens MK18 5EQ

Dining at the park, or heading out

Holiday parks often feature on-site dining, convenient for families. Bucks is known for its hearty pub grub and local ales. The Pink & Lily in Lacey Green is great for families, while couples might enjoy The Mash Inn in Radnage for a more intimate setting.

Outdoor Family Adventures

Buckinghamshire is home to outdoor centres like Green Park in Aston Clinton, offering activities from archery to zorbing. Watersports enthusiasts can head to Willen Lake in Milton Keynes. Prices vary, but expect to pay around £5-£30 per activity, with seasonal times mostly aligning with school holidays.

Nearby shopping

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Eden Shopping Centre Shopping Centre High-street brands & cinema HP11 2DQ
Bicester Village Outlet Shopping Luxury brands & discounts OX26 6WD
Marlow High Street Boutiques Independent shops & eateries SL7 1BA
Milton Keynes Market Outdoor Market Local produce & goods MK9 3BB
Waddesdon Manor Shop Gift Shop Unique gifts & souvenirs HP18 0JH

Top Parks for 2024 in Buckinghamshire

Edgeley Holiday Park, Surrey

Driving Distance: About 1 hour and 7 minutes | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Edgeley Holiday Park is a serene haven nestled in 26 acres of stunning Surrey woodland, offering a peaceful retreat with excellent facilities including a heated indoor pool, fitness suite, and tennis court, all within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

For the kids - Youngsters can enjoy the children’s play area and the indoor pool, ensuring there's plenty of fun to be had regardless of the weather. The park's natural setting also provides a great outdoor playground for exploration and adventure.

What's on-site? Edgeley Holiday Park caters to all your needs with a sauna, fitness centre for the adults, and a tennis court for friendly matches. While there isn't an on-site restaurant, the park's self-catering facilities allow for cosy family meals in your accommodation. The park also features a launderette, which is handy for longer stays.

What's nearby? The park is conveniently located for visiting the historic town of Guildford, just a 20-minute drive away, where you can explore the castle, enjoy the shops and restaurants, or take in a show at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre. For family fun, Chessington World of Adventures is around a 30-minute drive and offers thrilling rides and a zoo.

Accommodation options: Edgeley Holiday Park provides a range of accommodation options suitable for couples, groups, and families, with pet-friendly choices ensuring your furry friends can come along. The Comfort Lodge 6 and Classic Plus Holiday Home 4 are examples of the traditional homes available, both well-equipped with modern amenities for a comfortable stay.

Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat, Cambridgeshire

Driving Distance: About 1 hour and 23 minutes | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Cambridge Country Club Lodge Retreat is a luxurious enclave offering a secluded woodland setting with lavish lodges, a championship golf course, spa and wellness centre, two indoor swimming pools, and a range of dining experiences, all on the outskirts of the historic City of Cambridge.

For the kids - While the park is more adult-focused with its golf and spa facilities, children can still enjoy the indoor swimming pools and the surrounding countryside for outdoor activities and exploration.

What's on-site? This retreat boasts a state-of-the-art gym, sauna, steam room, and the indulgence of a spa and wellness centre. Dining options range from casual to Michelin-starred, ensuring a memorable culinary experience. The park does not have a specific kids club, but the family-friendly atmosphere ensures a pleasant stay for all ages.

What's nearby? The historic city of Cambridge is just a short drive away, offering punting on the River Cam, the majestic colleges of the University of Cambridge, and numerous museums and galleries. For a unique family day out, visit the nearby Wimpole Estate, around a 30-minute drive, where you can explore the grand house and working farm.

Accommodation options: The lodge retreat provides upscale accommodation with no pet-friendly options. Lodges like the Yaxley Lodge and Somersham Lodge offer luxury living spaces with modern appliances, private patios, and some even include hot tubs for the ultimate relaxation experience.

Family Days Out In Buckinghamshire

Buckinghamshire is a treasure trove for families looking for fun days out, with a variety of attractions that cater to all ages. Whether you're staying at one of the holiday parks in Buckinghamshire or just visiting for the day, these top attractions are a must-visit.

Gulliver's Land

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check the website for current times
  • Prices: Tickets start from around £20, with discounts for online booking
  • Postcode: MK15 0DT
  • Est. time required: A full day
  • Nearest parking: Onsite parking available

Gulliver's Land is a family-run theme park designed specifically for children aged 2 to 13. It's packed with over 50 rides, shows, and attractions. The park also includes the Dinosaur and Farm Park for a roar-some adventure. The best time to visit is during off-peak periods to avoid queues. Tip: Book online in advance for the best deals and check out their stay and play packages if you're at a nearby holiday park.

Phone number: 01925 444888 | Web:

Bletchley Park

  • Opening Times: Daily 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Prices: Adults £21, Concessions £18.50, Children (12-17) £12.50, Under 12s free
  • Postcode: MK3 6EB
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free onsite parking

Bletchley Park, once the top-secret home of the World War II Codebreakers, is now a vibrant heritage attraction. Interactive exhibits and wartime huts will fascinate both kids and adults. Don't miss the immersive cinematic experience! Spring or autumn visits are ideal to avoid the crowds. Tip: Your ticket is valid for a year, so you can return for free.

Phone number: 01908 640404 | Web:

Waddesdon Manor

  • Opening Times: Wed-Sun, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Prices: Adults £21, Children £10.50, Under 5s free
  • Postcode: HP18 0JH
  • Est. time required: Half a day to a full day
  • Nearest parking: Free parking on-site

Waddesdon Manor is a stunning Renaissance-style chateau with beautiful gardens. It's perfect for families who love exploring nature and history. The grounds are ideal for picnics, and there's a woodland playground for kids. Visit in late spring to see the gardens in full bloom. Tip: Check out their events calendar for special family activities.

Phone number: 01296 820414 | Web:

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre

  • Opening Times: Tuesday to Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Prices: Adults £7.40, Children £4.90
  • Postcode: HP16 0AL
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Public car parks nearby

Dive into the world of one of the most beloved children's authors at The Roald Dahl Museum. It's a hit with young readers and anyone who's ever enjoyed his stories. The museum features hands-on galleries and storytelling spaces. Weekdays during term time are quieter. Tip: Check for workshop schedules to make your visit even more magical.

Phone number: 01494 892192 | Web:

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre

  • Opening Times: Open on selected days, see website for details
  • Prices: Adults £12, Children £9
  • Postcode: HP22 4BY
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free onsite parking

Train enthusiasts, young and old, will love the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre. This working steam museum offers rides on full-size and miniature trains. The extensive collection of locomotives and carriages is impressive. Visit on a 'Steaming Day' for the full experience. Tip: Family tickets are available, and picnic areas are perfect for a sunny day out.

Phone number: 01296 655720 | Web:

Stowe Gardens

  • Opening Times: Daily, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Prices: Adults £13, Children £6.50
  • Postcode: MK18 5EQ
  • Est. time required: 2-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Free parking for National Trust members

Stowe Gardens is a breathtaking landscape garden, perfect for families who enjoy outdoor adventures. With temples, lakes, and valleys to explore, it's a great place for kids to let off steam. The gardens are particularly stunning during autumn when the leaves change colour. Tip: Grab a map at the entrance to plan your visit and find the hidden temples.

Phone number: 01280 817156 | Web:

Whether you're looking for thrilling rides, historical adventures, or picturesque nature walks, Buckinghamshire has plenty to offer. These attractions provide a fantastic complement to the relaxation and enjoyment found at the various holiday parks in Buckinghamshire.


This is our first stay on a holiday park, what will it be like?

Expect a blend of relaxation and adventure. Buckinghamshire holiday parks, like Highclere Holiday Park, offer a mix of outdoor activities, comfortable accommodations, and amenities like pools and play areas. It's a community vibe, where you can meet other families or enjoy your own space.

What should I pack when visiting Buckinghamshire?

Pack for the weather; layers are key. Include walking boots for exploring the Chilterns and waterproofs, just in case. Don't forget swimwear for the park's pool and a camera for capturing memories at spots like Waddesdon Manor.

Is Buckinghamshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely. Buckinghamshire's charm isn't weather-dependent. Off-season visits mean fewer crowds at attractions like The Roald Dahl Museum. Plus, holiday parks often have indoor facilities, making it a great year-round destination.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, your hot tub will be sparkling. Parks like Willow Lake Park ensure thorough cleaning and water testing before check-in. It's all about providing a safe and relaxing experience.

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many parks, including Green Acres Holiday Park, are pet-friendly. They offer designated walking areas and sometimes even special pet amenities. Always check the park's pet policy when booking.

How do we book activities, and do they need to be booked in advance?

Booking in advance is recommended, especially during peak times. Parks like Lakeside Holiday Village offer an online booking system for convenience. This ensures you get a spot in popular activities like archery or paddleboarding.

What's the best way to get around Buckinghamshire from the holiday park?

Renting a car offers the most flexibility for exploring Buckinghamshire's attractions. However, many parks are well-serviced by public transport. Buses and trains can get you to key spots, but check schedules in advance.

Are there any discounts available for local attractions?

Yes, some holiday parks offer discount vouchers for local attractions and dining. Ask at reception upon arrival at places like Maplewood Holiday Park. It's a great way to save money while exploring.

What kind of dining options will we find at the holiday park?

Most parks have on-site restaurants or cafes offering everything from quick snacks to full meals. For a local taste, Cherry Tree Park hosts food truck weekends, showcasing Buckinghamshire's best street food.

Is there Wi-Fi available, and is it free?

Wi-Fi availability varies. Some parks, like Oakwood Retreat, offer free Wi-Fi in communal areas, while others may charge a small fee for in-lodge access. Always check before you book if staying connected is important to you.

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