BigNews.Biz - Apr 11,2012 - Families looking to get away this year are choosing to holiday in the UK which has become a popular choice for families, and according to tourism figures the number of bookings are skyrocketing.
The economy in the UK means that many more people will be holidaying at home in preference to going abroad. Those families who have in the past spent a fortnight in Turkey or Spain are now opting to spend their holidays in good old Blighty, simply because in times of recession consumers are looking for value for money.
Many families are finding that by holidaying in the UK rather than going abroad, they can save a significant amount of money, especially with the increase of air fares coupled with the poor exchange rates.
Holiday Parks in the UK are becoming a major draw for families, simply because all age groups are catered for, thus making it the perfect solution to where to go this coming summer for a great family holiday.
With different family members all wanting different things from a holiday it can be tough to plan; the children may want to go to the beach while the parents just want to laze around just forgetting about work and the daily grind back home. Some want to stay on a campsite Devon others would choose a cottage while others a tent, it can be hard to please all of the people all of the time.
Some concerns that may creep into the planning stage is that a whole heap of money is needed, but this is not quite true, a family holiday need not cost mega bucks with the whole party having a thoroughly enjoyable family holiday.
Devon and Cornwall are popular holiday destinations, and is either a drive or a train journey away. Cornwall caravan parks beside offering wonderful beaches, also has wonderful countryside, for walking and cycling, not forgetting holiday park entertainment and activities, thus making sure there is never a dull moment during your stay.
The West Country has much to offer not only for the coastal benefits, but the surrounding area too, which makes it popular for various outdoor activities like pony trekking and rock climbing, plenty of sights to see and visit and if based on a caravan park Cornwall, it is possible to tour around both counties and pick places of interest worth a visit.
The UK does have some wonderful beaches, especially round the Devon and Cornwall areas, and figures have shown that holidaymakers are booking early to avoid disappointment of not getting their preferred accommodation on a favourite Devon caravan park.
Most campsites in Cornwall offer a range of accommodation and a great variety of things for people to enjoy and this of course makes them ideal for people of all ages.
A spokesman for Wooda Farm Holiday Park located in Bude North Cornwall on the border with Devon said “if you enjoy wonderful sandy beaches and luxury accommodation then our park is the place for you, many