Holiday Parks Are Better than a Hotel

BiG4 Narooma

Holidays are for fun and relaxation and the type of accommodation and facilities available is important and will make all the difference to your holiday experience.

Hotel rooms may offer the essential home comforts, but Holiday Parks can offer more.


  1. Holiday Parks cater for everyone

Whether you are a family, a couple of any age, a first time caravanner or camper, travelling with the dog or are a disabled traveller, holiday parks have options for everyone.

  1. More space for families

Whether you are camping, setting up a caravan or staying in a cabin, a Holiday Park offers more space for the family to escape.  A safe community environment for the kids to explore and they are also more lenient when it comes to noisy kids.

Holiday Parks are not only for families but for couples wanting to relax in the outdoors.

  1. A range of fun activities

Holiday Parks usually offer a range of fun facilities and can range from a playground, swimming pool, jumping pillow, hire carts to a water park with water slides. Kids can ride their own bikes and explore the park safely. A large number of parks are located near a beach or waterway for those additional activities.

  1. Accommodation styles to suit

Hotels have the basic range of rooms, where Holiday Parks cater to a range of accommodation styles to suit everyone, small groups or large. From powered and unpowered sites for campers and caravanners, ensuite sites where you have you own bathroom, basic cabins to luxury and family cabins and for the more adventurous, safari tents.

  1. Better on the budget

Generally a hotel usually has limited space and the cost only provides a room and sometimes breakfast and if you are a large family or travelling with friends additional rooms are required where compared to a Holiday Park that gives you the space and freedom to breathe, plus the ability to use the parks facilities therefore offering more value for you dollar.

  1. Food and cooking options

Staying at a holiday park means you don’t have to live on takeaway food, hotel restaurant or in room dining. You can prepare and cook your own meals and save money in the process whether you are using the BBQ facilities, camp kitchen, or the self-contained cabin – the choice is yours.

       7. Parking

In general Holiday Parks have free parking and your vehicle is located next to where you are staying. Access to the car is easy when you want to discover the greater region.

  1. Social Benefits

Park life is friendly and it does not take long for people to naturally welcome each other and strike up a conversation, share a drink and for kids to make friends.

  1. Outdoor Living

Spending time enclosed in the walls of a hotel room watching TV is not a holiday. Stay at a Holiday Park and you can spend the night gazing at the stars, listening to the night noises and in general breathing in the fresh air.


Image: Big4 Narooma Easts Holiday Park