Durdle Door Holiday Park is a family-owned holiday park that prides itself on being peaceful and uncommercialised, situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Holidaying here gives you unrivalled access to the unique limestone arch of Durdle Door Beach, as well as many of the surrounding beaches and coastal walks; it’s the perfect base for exploring Dorset and the Jurassic Coast.

Enjoy the Park’s facilities: an onsite shop and Bar & Restaurant, and play parks for children of all ages. Many of our owners and guests choose Durdle Door Holiday Park as their special retreat, both to relax and recharge and enjoy the great outdoors. Accommodation options include Holiday Homes, Skylight Cabins, Camping Pods, Shepherds Huts, Camping Pitches and Touring Pitches.

Durdle Door Holiday Park is perfectly positioned for visiting nearby towns and attractions: Weymouth, Swanage, Studland, Bournemouth and Dorchester are all under an hour’s drive, with lots of local attractions to explore. The Park sits at the edge of West Lulworth, a small village with traditional pubs, cafés, and shops to socialise and enjoy local produce.

The Park is open March to October. Follow the link to our website to find out more.

 

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