Important Holiday Dates
UK Dates for your diary
Planning your holiday can be a complicated business – the important dates keep changing each year!
We all know Christmas is 25th December and New Year's Day is 1st January, but the other dates can be hard to keep track of.
Thankfully help is at hand. We have put together this handy helper to give you the important bank holiday dates, plus access to your local school holiday dates, and the opening dates for each park.
2020 Bank Holiday Dates
School Holiday Dates
For the normal state school opening dates for your local authority area – VIEW HERE
Park Opening Dates
Please see the Contact Us tab at the top of each individual park page.
The first date of arrival will be first Friday that the park is open.
This will be the date of the last check out of the season.
As you know, prices vary over the holiday season subject to supply and demand. Over a year we make a fair return per holiday, but we accept prices are very cheap at some times of the year and more expensive at others.
You can save by being flexible on arrival days, arrive on a Monday or a Friday and you could save even more, depending on which Park you visit! You can take advantage of this to get the very best prices.
Avoid the school holidays if you can. Remember some schools have different dates – can you take dates that others can’t? If you can’t avoid the six peak summer weeks, the first week or the last week can have more availability, and it could be cheaper.
If you can avoid the peak summer season then we recommend June or September as ideal months for long sunny days and great value prices. Spring and autumn breaks are also very popular, and you can pick up a real bargain.
Whatever dates you choose, we hope you have a great holiday with us this year!