Located near Bembridge you can enjoy miles of golden sandy beaches, a seafront promenade, lively pubs, a marina and some fantastic local attractions. A walk through the Park will take you straight down to St Helens beach.
Start the morning with a delicious breakfast sitting outside the Harbour Bar and Diner and enjoy the stunning views. After a morning at the beach, why not take the kids for a splash in the indoor fun pool with waterslides or challenge the whole family to games on the all-weather sports court.
This park now offers Safari Tents and Ready to Use family tents.
Enjoy a perfect end to the day with some dazzling entertainment and shows in the Celebrity Showbar.
Indoor Fun Pool with Waterside.
Water Resorts programme
Sports Resorts programme
Sparky's Krew for 5-11 year old & The Mix for 12-16+.
All Weather Sports Court
Horse Riding, Darts, Pool Tables and Amusements.
Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Nodes Point is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.
Sports Resorts Programme.
Tasty Times Burger Bar and The Harbour Diner.
Based on 5 review(s)
DERBYSHIRE 18 Jul 2013
The first thing I have to say is you have to be carefull getting to the site ,there are some narrow lanes as you approach,no matter what way you come . The drive to the site is also very narrow ,It does not help that statics are parked as you get to the site blocking your view of traffic. The touring reception is just as you pull onto the touring site but I couldnt find any one there so ended up walking to the main reception to book in,In fact I dont think I ever seen it open during the week we were there. As for the park its self,I dont think you could ask for more, large pitches, great views,clean modern toilet/shower block.dishwashing area, baths in as well as showers in the blocks,family rooms for the kiddies. Not to far to walk to the complex were there is everything you need, a great swimming pool , good shop. Entertainment at night enough for all to enjoy, the staff work extra hard to give all ages a good time. visiting acts later on for the older ones. Food was good and not to pricey,Cooker in my van is for show only?. Nice walk down to the beach at the bottom end of the site with a cafe and ice cream shop,lovely to sit and let time pass bye and the kids are nice and safe playing on the lovely sandy beach. All in all a nice place to stay and would recomend to all. The only down side to the touring area and thats not park resorts fault, but the touring wardens need to keep the eye on it, is the use of non breathable ground sheets by some people that kill the grass off leaving a mud patch for the next visitors. Follow up from this week 24th my daughter and her husband arrived at the park at 11am and were given the pitch number, when they got to the pitch there was a tent on the pitch, All pitches are to be vacated by 10am but some one told them they could have a late stay, My son in law spoke to reception but they were less than helpful. The person on the pitch didnt leave till 3pm so this was the time before they could get on the pitch.Again the touring reception was closed ? they had to go to the main reception. This is bad planning by some one ,again whats the point of having a touring warden if they dont check these things. Please Park resorts please put this right.H Up Date June 2013 we have returned after two years and were unable to book in at the touring wardens ,so had to go to reception again? Our pitch was near the holiday tents and I cant fault the pitch, but the toilet block were very poor to say the least in fact they were disgusting. only two toilets and one was closed all week,also no drying facilities for your hands ? I could have rebuild the toilet in that time never mind repair a toilet,please sort it out .if it had been busy would be very long wait to use them. the other end of the park the toilet and showers are brill but a long way to walk from the area we were in . The only other gripe I have is the entertainment staff ,do they think every one is deaf and have to shout into the microphones they need to learn microphones control.. not a lot to add to what i have already said.
bedfordshire 28 May 2011
This site is in a lovely position, with just a short stroll directly off the site onto the pretty beach in St. Helens bay.Dogs are allowed on the beach all year, which was a bonus for us.The site staff were very friendly and helpful and our pitch was one of the largest we have ever stayed on.The modern shower block was well equipped and very clean, with a bathroom available for everyone to use. The on site shop stocked all the essentials, we did't sample the restaurant or evening entertainment, as the weather was so lovely at Easter that we were able to sit outside the caravan every evening.There is a Tesco about a 10 min drive away.Woul highly recommend this gem of a site.
Property manager response (31 May 2011)
We are so pleased to hear you had such a great holiday with us at Nodes Point Holiday Park. Would you mind posting the same review onto trip advisor, we would be very greatful. We hope to see you back at Nodes Point at some point in the future. Many Thanks Sophie Jones
dorset 10 Jul 2009
My husband and I took our three young grandchildren to Nodes Point in early July this year. We booked one of the ready erected tents and a 4 day break. The tent was amazing, we all loved it, there was ample room and everything you could possibly need. The children loved the kids entertainment and the lovely pools. the camp site was immaculate with beautiful views to the sea. We were lucky to be next to a shower block which was a bit older compared to the newer ones further over. We were happy that we could wash up, with lovely hot water near the tent. The site is very peaceful and I have brought all the details bacl to distribute to friends and work colleagues. Highly recommend this site it is beautiful and very well kept. Well done Park Resorts.We'll be back! Nodes Point Holiday Park, Bembridge, Isle of Wight
essex 26 Dec 2008
the park is quiet and seclude from the main towns but it's near st helens which is a quiet village with its beach which leads to nodes points beach wich is loveley and clean overall a wonderful holiday. Nodes Point Holiday Park, Ryde, Isle of Wight
hampshire 23 Oct 2008
After a semi-short drive from the storage place in north hants we got to the ferry turminal which was booked through Nodes Point, Walked into the terminal and got the tickets, after arriving on the island i got the directions out and followed them and they took us straight there. At the reception the member of staff showed us where our pitch was and told us about the site and how the park liked caravaners to pitch and then left us to it. after we set up in the slightly windy conditions the kettle was put on. throughout our week long stay it rained and the staff made every effert to make sure no-one got flooded out to badly which was very reasurring. Beside this at the start of the week it all went brillantly with it being our first visit to the island, The staff suggested plenty of places to go and visit all were a very good idear especially with a 11year old always on the go. there was a beach at the bottom of the park with easy access.all the staff and facilaties were excelaint and have already booked for 2009. Nodes Point Holiday Park, Ryde, Isle of Wight
Cheshire 24 Apr 2004
I have just returned from a wonderful holiday at Nodes Point. There was lots to do on the park and in the local area. I love the Isle of Wight and cant wait to return next year.
Derbyshire 19 Mar 2004
Me and my kids went to Nodes Point last year and it was the best holiday we've had in years.Because of its location I felt safe letting the kid's explore more on thier own, which they took full advatage of either exploring the beach or just hanging out with Sparky and his friends., The scenery around the park is breathtaking and the staff could'nt be more friendly & helpful, I would recomend it to anyone.