Dorset is packed full of activities and locations to enjoy at your leisure. With caravan parks and campsites that offer everything from green accommodation and sites that are part of the walkers and cyclists welcome scheme, where the facilities are specialised towards walkers and cyclists; caravanners will not have an issue finding the right site for them.
Be it a small secluded caravan park or large holiday park in a bustling location; in the coast or countryside you can set up a base that is the prime location for exploring the surrounding areas. You can even rent a static caravan as well as take your own tourer with you.
Caravanners and campers can witness amazing historical sites from the Cerne Abbas Giant whose origin and age are unknown, the Jurassic Coast and its cliffs where you can take part in a guided fossil walk. There are various other walks and cycling trails that can be taken across the varied landscape of Dorset or even partake in an equestrian experience and take in the sights with a horse ride.
You can take in the local wildlife; be it at the RSPB Nature Reserves in Weymouth, the Moors Valley Country Park where you can wander through 1000 acres of beautiful forest, ride on a steam railway or hit the adventure play trail. Durlston Country Park offers 100 hectares of sea cliffs and countryside as well as many species of plant, birds and butterflies.