Littlesea Holiday Park is a beautiful Haven resort found just outside of the popular Dorset seaside resort of Weymouth. Open from the middle of March until early November, Littlesea Holiday Park is a favourite among activity loving families looking for a destination to escape to that offers plenty to do.
The park welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents, while also offering a range of holiday homes for those wishing to hire them. Basic pitches or pitches offering electric hook ups are available, with some of the caravan pitches reinforced grass. All pitches have parking and awning space.
Facilities available to campers and caravanners include a heated toilet and shower block and washing up area. The camping and caravanning area at Littlesea Holiday Park is a short five minute walk from the main attractions and activities that are offered at the site.
Being a Haven resort, there is plenty to do on-site, ensuring guests never need to leave Littlesea if they don’t wish to do so.
Guests who love the water will enjoy the heated indoor pool complex as well as the outdoor swimming pool and paddling pool. As well as having the opportunity to enjoy the pools at Littlesea themselves, guests can also take advantage of the wide range of organised activities offered here, which range from water confidence for kids up to full on competitive events for adults and indeed the whole family.
Away from the pool guests can enjoy crazy golf and tennis, while a large field is perfect for cricket, rounders, football, and a range of other ball games. Guests looking to get active and do something different can hire roller skates at the park and explore the area in this way, while archery and fencing are also available for all.
Parents can also take a break during their family holidays at Littlesea Holiday Park, thanks to the kids’ clubs on offer. There are activities held for children, from toddlers right up to 16-year-olds, giving Mum and Dad a few hours off either as a one off or on a regular basis during their stay.
An on-site convenience store is great for buying essentials and other groceries, while those looking to indulge themselves can eat in the on-site restaurant or even try out Papa John’s pizza. The bar and entertainment venue becomes the centre of the park after dark, with live entertainment provided throughout the season. Evening entertainment varies from quizzes and dance contests to live singing and dancing performances; there is always something happening to enjoy and entertain the whole family!
One of the big attractions of the park is the area it is in, with miles of UNESCO World Heritage Jurassic Coast a short distance away to explore, while Weymouth with its award-winning sandy beach, along with other coastal towns such as Poole and Bournemouth, is an excellent place to explore, whether you are looking for history and culture or modern shops and restaurants.
Littlesea Holiday Park is the perfect location for the all-action family, offering much to do on-site as well as great access to the rest of Dorset and beyond.
Head for the pool
Heated Indoor Pool Complex
Heated Outdoor Pool with Paddling Pool and Terrace
FREE Water Confidence
FREE Fun Inflatables*
Time to get active
FREE Coke FC Football Coaching
All-Weather Multi-Sports Court
More for everyone
Beach 2 miles from Park
Outdoor Family FunZone Amusements*
From toddlers to teens
Little Cubs for 1-4’s
Club R&B for 5-11’s
T-Co Zone for 12-16+
Family FunTime Shows
Soft Play Area
2 Kids’ Play Areas
Shops and Services
Convenience Store & Off Licence
Tiger Treasure Shop
(* Moderate extra charge applies)
Food and drink
Papa John’s Pizza
Mash and Barrel: Lounge-Bar-Café
Traditional Fish and Chips
1. Lulworth Cove and Castle A stunning natural lagoon, delightful seaside village and country house.
2. Poole Harbour & Marina Superb craft in the large Marina, stylish quayside shops, café bars and Poole Pottery.
3. Corfe Castle Elegant "Skyline" Castle ruins overlooking a charming village.
4. Durdle Door Spectacular cliff walks, the dramatic arch and sheltered shingle beach. One of the highlights of many holidays in Dorset.
5. Sandbanks Discover why many millionaires have homes overlooking this fantastic peninsular beach.
6. Studland Bay Explore the natural wildlife area and enjoy one of the regions finest beaches.
7. Abbotsbury Swannery Walk through the heart of a colony of nesting mute swans, a unique experience.
8. Weymouth Sea Life Park Oceans of family fun, including a shark breeding centre!
9. Monkey World Visit the largest bunch of chimps outside Africa.
Based on 3 review(s)
devon 30 May 2011
The best thing about this site is the area its situated in. Weymouth is a beautiful town and has one of the best beaches in the UK. Very safe and clean. Situated on the outskirts of the town, Littlesea is listed as an all action park. I'm not sure it really deserves that title but certainly there's lots for younger children to do, such as the various clubs where you can leave your young energiser bunnies to paint,draw, play and take part in sporting activities. They also have an indoor and outdoor pool but they're quite small and always packed full so it can be a bit of a jostle and a bit hairy for those not to sure in the water. I've been to this haven site four times now because i love Weymouth so much and this is the best Haven site in the area. I do think the arcade/amusement area could be bigger and better. It's a bit small and lacklustre and not a lot there for older teens. That could be said for all Haven camps as they all seem to be pretty similar. There is a downside that I've noticed in this park and that is the caravans are not always as clean or welcoming as they could be. They are also packed in so tightly together that unless you pay a lot of money for a high end one, you'll find yourself packed in like sardines with very little sunlight coming into through the windows and very little privacy. This is a big problem in Littlesea. By packing in as many as they can they leave guests in caravans feeling like they're in an inner city. There have also been a couple of issues with caravans with cleanliness. Badly fitting curtains, damp carpets and such. This has happened on 2 out of our 4 holidays there, so its a bit pot luck. Nothing too bad but still when you go on holiday you like everything to be perfect. They do have the two clubs for evening entertainment. One for adults (Children are also allowed) and one for children/families. To be honest even when my children were younger they found the Childrens entertainment a bit cringeworthy and again its very difficult to even get a seat in there it gets so packed and can get a bit hairy if you have younger children racing about the place. Overall I'd say that if you have young children under the age of 10, they'd enjoy the park, but if you have older teens, then maybe its not the place for them. Would I take my teens back here? Probably would, but have to be honest and say thats because of the area its in not because of the park itself. All in all I think maybe this Park is so anxious to pack in as many people as they can they sometimes forget or don't have time for those little touches that make a holiday special.
Nottingham 14 Jun 2008
Wow - What a great site! I'm always a little cautious when I book a Haven site as I stayed at Blue Dolphin in Scarborough last year which was terrible but this one must be the jewel in the crown. The welcome from the warden was excellent and she walked us to our pitch even offering to get help to push us in nose first to the seaview pitch we had booked. The price was good at £50 for 5 nights with electric on the seaview pitch which was clearly marked and had plenty of space for our caravan, awning and car with enough room to put the table outside to eat. The toilet block was perfect too - new, with good showers, clean toilets, a very good waste water/elsan point and spotlessly clean with plenty of room at all times. Overall, a great experience of this site and I would definately return.
suffolk 29 Aug 2006
This was a very nice site for kids. and we found so much to do we only went in to the club twice but both times it was ok but what i noticed with this site was the shower block always seemed to be being cleaned the whole place was frinedly and the walks around the area are lovely. the fish in waymouth is the best i have ever had all round would say it is good for every one. oh one thing was it was very busy and a lot in a small space we could have all done with a few foot more space. but to a few others i have been to this was great.