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Quarry Walk Lodges is tucked away off the beaten track amidst 46 acres of peaceful woodland deep in the Staffordshire countryside.
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Nestling in a tranquil leafy corner of the Staffordshire countryside, The Ramshorn Estate’s holiday lodges offer peace and relaxation just minutes away from the thrills and excitement of Alton Towers.
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Set in the woodlands on the edge of the Peak District, overlooking a beautiful meadow leading down to the stunning Rudyard Lake, these Swedish lodges offer the perfect retreat.
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Silver Trees, awarded the David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation, is set in the heart of Cannock Chase, a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.
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staffordshire Park & Visitor Guide

Staffordshire, a vibrant gem in the heart of England, offers a unique blend of thrilling theme parks, serene countryside, and rich industrial heritage. It's a place where you can dive into the adrenaline-pumping rides of Alton Towers, explore the captivating Peak District, or step back in time at the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery. Foodies, get ready for a treat with Staffordshire's own oatcakes - a local specialty not to be missed. An interesting fact? Staffordshire is home to the world-famous Wedgwood pottery. Opting for a family break at a UK holiday park here means unforgettable memories, convenience, and a chance to explore this diverse region at your own pace.

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Top Parks for 2024 in Staffordshire

Silver Trees, Staffordshire

Driving Distance: About 0 hours and 13 minutes | Sleeps: 5 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Silver Trees, set in the heart of Cannock Chase, an area of outstanding natural beauty, is a haven for nature lovers and families alike. Awarded the David Bellamy Gold Award for conservation, this park offers a unique experience with wild deer roaming freely and over 20 acres of private woodland.

For the kids - Children will be thrilled with the abundance of wildlife and the opportunity to explore nature at its finest. The park's proximity to Birches Valley Visitor Centre ensures an exhilarating day out with activities like walking, cycling, and tennis available.

What's on-site? Despite its serene setting, Silver Trees provides an indoor heated pool for private sessions, tennis courts for the sporty, and a launderette for convenience. The absence of a hot tub is more than made up for with the natural beauty and tranquillity the park offers.

What's nearby? Just 3 miles away, Rugeley offers shops and pubs for a local day out. Birches Valley Visitor Centre, a short drive away, provides outdoor activities for all ages. While the park itself is a retreat, the surrounding area of Staffordshire offers plenty to explore.

Accommodation options: Accommodation ranges from cosy caravans like the Blackberry, sleeping 4, to the luxurious Fawn View Lodge, perfect for couples. Silver Trees Cottage offers a more spacious option for up to 5 guests, with extensive gardens and a conservatory kitchen/diner.

Sandybrook Lodges, Derbyshire

Driving Distance: About 0 hours and 40 minutes | Sleeps: 2 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Sandybrook Lodges offers a rural retreat in the former grounds of a 19th-century manor house, near Ashbourne. This park is perfect for romantic breaks and family escapes, boasting an indoor heated swimming pool, jacuzzi, sauna, and a range of Go Active Breaks.

For the kids - With a toddler's playroom, children's outdoor play area, and activities like mini-golf and archery, Sandybrook ensures kids are well entertained. The woodland walk and proximity to the Tissington Trail offer ample outdoor adventure.

What's on-site? Adults can enjoy the sauna, plunge pool, and jacuzzi, while the whole family can partake in activities like crossbow and games room entertainment. Wi-Fi access throughout the park ensures you stay connected.

What's nearby? Alton Towers, just 12 miles away, offers thrilling rides for adventure seekers. The picturesque Dovedale stepping stones and the Tissington Trail are perfect for nature lovers. Local water sports, clay shooting, and golf courses offer something for everyone.

Accommodation options: From the luxurious Kedleston Elite Vogue 1, perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway, to pet-friendly options like the Tissington Classic Skyline 1, there's a wide range of lodges to suit all preferences, some even featuring saunas and hot tubs.

Darwin Forest, Derbyshire

Driving Distance: About 1 hour and 11 minutes | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Darwin Forest, nestled in stunning woodland near Matlock and Bakewell, is an award-winning park offering a blend of fantastic facilities and beautiful surroundings. Ideal for family time, it features tennis, mini-golf, archery, and an indoor swimming pool.

For the kids - The Little Monkeys indoor play centre and the Activity Den, with its pool tables and arcade games, are perfect for younger and older children alike. Outdoor activities like bodyzorbing and SeaScooters ensure endless fun.

What's on-site? The Evolution Health and Fitness centre offers a gym, spa, steam room, and sauna for relaxation, while Foresters Bar and Restaurant and the Explorers Café provide dining options. The Trim Trak obstacle course and orienteering offer more adventurous activities.

What's nearby? The Peak District offers scenic walks and historic sites like Chatsworth House. Alton Towers and the Heights of Abraham provide thrilling and educational days out. The park's location is ideal for exploring Derbyshire's natural beauty.

Accommodation options: Accommodations range from the luxurious Chatsworth Elite Vogue lodges, perfect for couples, to the Haddon Classic Skyline lodges, suitable for families of 4. Pet-friendly options ensure no one is left behind.

Beaconsfield Park, Shropshire

Driving Distance: About 1 hour | Sleeps: 2 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Beaconsfield Park, nestled in the heart of Shropshire countryside near Shrewsbury, offers a luxurious, adult-exclusive oasis. With stunning views, hot tubs, an indoor pool, and a restaurant, it's the perfect base for exploring the Heart of England.

For the kids - As an adult-exclusive park, Beaconsfield Park focuses on providing a tranquil and luxurious experience for couples and friends. The serene environment and premium facilities ensure a relaxing stay.

What's on-site? The park boasts an indoor swimming pool, a coffee shop, and fishing opportunities in the lake. The weekend restaurant serves delicious local produce, and the hot tubs in select lodges offer a private retreat.

What's nearby? The historic town of Shrewsbury, with its shops, pubs, and cafés, is just 2 miles away. The Shropshire Way offers beautiful walks, while Ironbridge and mid-Wales are easily accessible for day trips.

Accommodation options: From the spacious Haughmond Lodge with its outdoor hot tub to the luxurious two-storey Wrekin Premier Lodge, Beaconsfield Park offers a range of lodges for a romantic getaway or a peaceful retreat.

Family Days Out In Staffordshire

Staffordshire is a treasure trove of attractions perfect for families looking for fun and adventure. From thrilling theme parks to captivating museums, there's something for everyone. If you're staying at holiday parks in Staffordshire, you're in for a treat with these top attractions nearby.

Alton Towers Resort

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check their website
  • Prices: From £34 online, under 3s free
  • Postcode: ST10 4DB
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site, charges apply

Alton Towers is the ultimate thrill-seeker's paradise, boasting roller coasters like Nemesis and The Smiler. It's not all about adrenaline, though; younger kids will love CBeebies Land. The best time to visit is weekdays during term time to avoid queues. Grab a Fast Track pass to make the most of your day.

Phone number: 01538 704096 | Web:

Drayton Manor Theme Park

  • Opening Times: Varies, check their site
  • Prices: From £29.50 online, under 2s free
  • Postcode: B78 3TW
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Drayton Manor is a family favourite, home to Thomas Land, perfect for little ones, and thrill rides for the older ones. Don't miss the zoo! Visiting on a weekday helps beat the crowds. Consider staying at their hotel for an early start.

Phone number: 01827 287979 | Web:

Trentham Monkey Forest

  • Opening Times: Seasonal, check online
  • Prices: Adults £9.00, Children £7.00
  • Postcode: ST12 9HR
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Walk amongst free-roaming monkeys in a unique forest setting. It's an educational and fun day out, especially for animal lovers. The forest paths are pushchair friendly, making it accessible for families. Spring and summer offer the best weather for your visit.

Phone number: 01782 659845 | Web:

Cannock Chase Forest

  • Opening Times: Dawn till dusk
  • Prices: Free, parking charges apply
  • Postcode: WS15 2UQ
  • Est. time required: Varies
  • Nearest parking: On-site

Perfect for outdoor lovers, Cannock Chase offers walking, cycling trails, and Go Ape treetop adventures. It's a great spot for a picnic and some fresh air. Visit during autumn for stunning foliage.



  • Opening Times: Varies, see website
  • Prices: From £16.50, under 1.1m tall £12.50
  • Postcode: ST1 5PU
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, charges apply

Waterworld is an indoor water park packed with slides and rides for all ages. It's a fantastic year-round destination, especially on a rainy day. To avoid the queues, get there early or visit during off-peak times.

Phone number: 01782 205747 | Web:

National Forest Adventure Farm

  • Opening Times: 10am-6pm daily
  • Prices: From £11.99 online, under 2s free
  • Postcode: DE13 9SJ
  • Est. time required: 4-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

A fantastic day out for families, especially with younger children. Get hands-on with animal feeding, tractor rides, and seasonal events like pumpkin picking. It's less crowded during school hours, making it perfect for pre-schoolers.

Phone number: 01283 533933 | Web:

These attractions are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to family fun in Staffordshire. Whether you're staying at holiday parks in Staffordshire or just visiting for the day, these spots promise memorable experiences for the whole family.


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

Expect a blend of relaxation and adventure. Staffordshire holiday parks like Alton Towers Resort offer comfy accommodations and direct access to thrilling attractions. You'll find playgrounds, nature trails, and sometimes even indoor pools. It's a community vibe, so get ready to mingle and make new friends.

What should I pack when visiting Staffordshire?

Pack for the unpredictable British weather! Bring layers, waterproofs, and comfortable walking shoes for exploring. Don't forget swimwear for the pool and a good book for quiet evenings. If you're heading to Drayton Manor Park, pack a picnic and save on meals.

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

Absolutely! Winter brings fewer crowds and unique experiences. Imagine the magic of Alton Towers with a festive makeover or cosy evenings in a hot tub under the stars. Plus, many parks offer off-season discounts, making it a budget-friendly choice.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, cleanliness is top priority. Your hot tub will be sparkling clean and ready for you. Most parks, including Quarry Walk Park, follow strict cleaning protocols between guests. Feel free to ask the staff about their specific cleaning routines.

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many parks in Staffordshire are pet-friendly, like Rudyard Lake Lodges. They understand that pets are part of the family. Just check in advance as there might be a small extra charge, and they’ll likely have designated areas for walks.

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

For popular activities, especially in peak season, booking in advance is wise. You can usually book online or via the park's app. Alton Towers Resort even offers an app to help plan your day and queue times for rides.

What’s the best way to get around Staffordshire?

Having a car gives you the most freedom, especially for rural parks. However, Staffordshire's public transport is reliable, with buses and trains connecting major attractions. Some holiday parks offer shuttle services to nearby points of interest, so it's worth asking.

Are there any discounts available for local attractions?

Yes, holiday parks often have partnerships with local attractions. Check with the reception at places like Alton Towers Resort for discounted tickets to nearby sites. It’s also worth looking online for combo deals before your trip.

What kind of dining options will we find?

From on-site restaurants to self-catering lodges, the choice is yours. Many parks have grocery shops for essentials. For a local treat, venture out to nearby towns. Staffordshire is known for its oatcakes, so don’t miss out!

Is there WiFi in the parks?

Most parks offer WiFi, either free or for a small fee. It's usually strongest in communal areas. If you're planning a working holiday or need to keep the kids entertained with streaming, check the WiFi details before booking.

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