Hoburne Naish Holiday Park is happily situated in a cliff-top location on the border between Dorset and Hampshire. There’s just a short walk to get to the long, sandy beach which stretches as far as the eye can see. The Isle of Wight is only a ferry ride away and a short drive brings you into the New Forest to explore heathland and pretty villages and maybe see some ponies and other wildlife.
You can spend a relaxing holiday in your choice of accommodation, ranging from luxury lodges with all the comforts of home (plus probably a few more), to extremely well fitted caravans and comfortable chalets or apartments, all with free electricity and bed linen provided.
There’s a Costcutter convenience store for your shopping needs, so no need to load up your car with groceries, and if there are times that you don’t want to cook there’s the Smugglers’ Restaurant and Bar, a snack bar and takeaway, or a kiosk.
All day long the family can have fun on the Park, playing crazy golf , tennis, football or basketball, wandering the Nature Trail, working out in the fitness room or playing mini bowls, table tennis or pool.
The indoor soft play area will amuse the smallest members of the family, and they can enjoy activities with the sammy Seahorse Club. Adventure Playground will use up energy for the older kids, and all the family can play together in the indoor pool that has a sauna and steam room and during the warmer months there’s also the heated outdoor pool.
In the evenings the Licensed Club has entertainment all through the season and there’s cashback available at the bar.
When you want to have a special day out you are again spoilt for choice. Opposite Bournemouth Airport you’ll find Adventure Wonderland, with fun, games and rides based around the Alice in Wonderland story. There’s an Animals Cuddle Corner, a very large maze of beech hedges, and a restaurant.
Ten miles north of Bournemouth is the Moors Valley Country Park, which has an adventure playground and a toddlers’ sand-play area next to a picturesque lake, with a grassy picnics and games area.
Further into the forest there is a three-quarter-mile play trail with wooden play structures, and a 5 metre high wooden walkway stretches two hundred metres through the tops of the trees, giving you a very different view of the forest.
For the more daring there’s Go Ape! This is an exciting tree top adventure with zip wires, tree top walks and crossings, all the time safely strapped into a harness.
Also in the park is the Moors Valley Railway, a narrow-gauge steam railway that makes a ten minute journey along the side of the lake and around the play area. If that’s not enough there’s an eighteen-hole golf course and a four hole pitch and putt course.
This location has enough places and attractions to visit to fill your days and you’re sure to want to return again and again.
Hoburne Naish Holiday Park has the following types of accommodation.
The following facilities are available at Hoburne Naish Holiday Park. Some facilities may not be available low season and some may be subject to a small fee.