Poole is located close to Rockley Park Hoilday Park and makes a great day out for all the family.
Explore the historic quayside, host to visiting tall ships, fishing vessels and luxury motor yachts, you can then delving into the heart of the Old Town to discover more about this town’s links to its maritime past
Brownsea Island - owned by the National Trust, Brownsea Island is dramatically located in Poole Harbour. Lord Baden-Powell and the very first Scouts camped here in 1907. Come and see the rare red squirrel and a wide variety of birds, including dunlin, kingfishers, common and sandwich terns and oystercatchers. Also with spectacular views across to the Purbeck Hills.
Sandbanks Beach - has been designated by the European Commission as one of the few areas in the United Kingdom which has achieved the highest standard of cleanliness. Sandbanks has held the Blue Flag beach award for the past 30 years. At Sandbanks you will find a activities include crazy golf, a children's play area and the Sandbanks Beach Cafe. BBQs can take place from 6 pm-10.30 pm only. There is a car park next to the beach.
Poole Harbour - the largest harbour in the world after Sydney, this huge area has a lot to offer. You can enjoy the many restaurants and shops running around the ring of the water, you can cycle or walk around it and enjoy the fresh sea air. Plenty of water craft to see with some larger cargo ships using the docks. Stroll along the quay, nice and safe place at night, lively bars and eateries. Have a spot of crabbing with the kids.
Compton Acres - is acknowledged as one of the finest privately owned gardens in England. You can enjoy over 10 acres of horticultural heaven; relax in our charming Café & Tea Rooms. You can even enjoy the fully-licensed café also offers a variety of beverages, giving you the chance to enjoy a relaxing glass of wine, while your food is being prepared.
Durdle Door - is one of Dorset’s most photographed and iconic landmarks. Access to the pebble and shingle beach is on foot via a path and steps over the hill from Lulworth Cove or down from the Car Park (charges apply) which is located on the cliff top at Durdle Door Holiday Park. At the base of the chalk cliffs a number of caves can be seen which have been carved out by the sea.