With the end of the year fast approaching, it is also time to think about booking holidays for 2018 (particularly Easter holidays, as accommodation is usually booked out months in advance).
Instead of the usual hotel-style accommodation, have you thought of staying at a holiday park which can accommodate the largest of families, including those with dogs?
Holidays are for relaxation, fun and having a good time. Kids cooped up in a hotel room is a recipe for disaster, headaches and stress.
In a holiday park children have room to run around, play in the playground or pool or choose from a myriad of activities. Plus they will probably make some friends. Most holiday parks have their own activities and entertainment on offer. Hotels are limited on how much they can offer their guests, mainly TV and maybe a pool and gym but that is about it! Holiday Parks are paradise for families!
Driving holidays and holiday parks mean you can take whatever you can fit into your car and you aren’t limited in cooking facilities or stuck with overpriced bar fridge prices, room service or relying on cafes and restaurants for all of your meals.
Gone are the daggy caravan parks of old with the scary, dilapidated toilet and shower block in the middle of the park, holiday parks offer modern facilities that cater for everyone’s needs.
Holiday parks offer a huge amount of space to encourage people to get outside and enjoy the outdoors and are usually set in beautiful surrounds such as Reflections Holiday Parks in NSW (which you might have known them as North Coast Holiday Parks, South Coast Holiday Parks and Inland Water Holiday Parks), which are all located on Crown land encompassing stunning, unspoilt coastal areas or the best inland nature wonderlands.
Imagine relaxing with a drink overlooking the ocean or stunning bushland? Exploring the bush with the kids or making use of the pristine waterways. From fishing, water skiing, kayaking, bushwalking, cycling and more, there is always plenty to do. Or you can just sit and enjoy the nature around you.
Speaking of nature and the beautiful area around parks, several of Reflections Holiday Parks are located in and near incredible Crown land public recreational reserves which they also look after. This means that families and generations of Australians and visitors to Australia can enjoy the serenity and natural surroundings of some of NSW’s most amazing destinations. Reflections Holiday Parks care for the land and unlike other holiday destinations they actually reinvest back into their parks and public recreation reserves on Crown land to ensure that families have natural spaces to relax and reconnect – everything from Tree works, Amenities, Playgrounds, Roads, Beach Access and a lot more.
So, essentially, your holiday is helping to maintain NSW’s stunning Crown land and benefits communities.
Even better, holiday parks offer a range of accommodation choices, from camping through to modern, air conditioned cabins. There is something for any budget or requirement.
Personally, I prefer to stay in a cabin with all the mod cons. The boys usually have a ball swimming and running around.
There are 37 parks to choose from, spread throughout NSW. 24 out of the 37 parks are dog friendly, so you can take your fur child on holiday too.
Here is a behind the scenes video of the gorgeous parks and what you can expect to get up to while staying at a Reflections Holiday Park:
Don’t they look amazing?
To celebrate the launch of Reflections Holidays parks, we are giving away 2 weekend getaways worth $500 each! Entries close 11:59pm AEDT on 15/12/2017.
All you have to do is enter fill in your details below for your chance to win:
Family Weekend Getaway
For more information on Reflections Holiday Parks or to make a booking head to their website.
Have you stayed in a holiday park before? What did you think?