We have a fabulous selection of family Holiday Parks in the Isle of Wight where you can enjoy a perfect child friendly holiday. Kids love to explore and our recommended Isle of Wight Holiday Parks give them the freedom to make friends and enjoy being outdoors. As soon as you step off the ferry there is so much to discover and you will find something for everyone here, whether you plan a relaxing or active holiday. Nodes Point
in Ryde is set in acres of beautiful countryside running down to the beach, with great facilities for children and loads of entertainment, fun and games. Gurnard Pines
, close to Cowes, is great for children with a Kids Club, a crèche and a large indoor soft play area. Rookley Country Park
in the heart of the Isle of Wight has good facilities for kids and the family friendly Lakeside restaurant is well worth a visit, especially for their Sunday lunch buffet. Check out our great selection of family Holiday Parks in the Isle of Wight and read on for some tips on family attractions and days out.
Top Tips to make your holiday park stay on the Isle of Wight fun for all the family:
- With more footpaths than roads, the Isle of Wight is perfect for leisurely strolls or bike rides through the unspoilt country lanes or coastal paths. Collect a map from the nearest Tourist Office and get the family out there exploring this fascinating Island.
- How do you like your beaches? There are certainly plenty of choices in the Isle of Wight. Long sandy stretches, craggy sheltered bays with pebbles and rock pools for kids to explore, perfect for crabbing and cockling, safe beaches for family swimming, wild waters for the windsurfers, fabulous views, hidden coves, gently sloping beaches, and of course accessibility to toilets, cafes and restaurants.
- For the animal lovers in your family there are some fun places to visit on the Isle of Wight. At Flamingo Park
you can spend a magical day visiting the pink flamingos, otters, penguins, penguins, wallabies and meerkats. They have a daily programme of educational events and kids are encouraged to get involved. The biggest attraction at the Isle of Wight Zoo
is the Tiger and Lemur sanctuary, with one of the largest collections of tigers in the UK. These majestic animals will fascinate the kids, and there is plenty of information about conservation of animals in the wild.
- Top of the Isle of Wight family attractions is a trip to the Needles Park. Fabulous views, a chair lift across to the Needles
and a free entry park where you pay as you go for the attractions. There is even a traditional Carousel where the kids can bob around on their favourite horse. Make your own souvenir to take home, from the multicoloured sands on display at the Needles Park shop.