Golden Sands Holiday Park is located in the much-loved resort of Dawlish Warren and was merged with the nearby Peppermint Park giving you even more holiday pleasure!
Comfort is guaranteed when you stay at Golden Sands, and you will love it so much that you could easily become one of the many people who has purchased a holiday home in the park, having first experienced it as a guest.
As guests at Golden Sands, the fishing lake and the café are yours to enjoy and, just down the road at Dawlish Sands Holiday Park, you are welcome to use the facilities as well as the entertainment venue.
Golden Sands, close to South Devon’s most popular attractions, is ideal for exploring this intriguing area, with miles of heritage coastline and parkland on your doorstep.
Dawlish Warren, with its renowned sand spit designated as a Blue Flag beach, has an amazing range of water sports to try. This seaside resort is the location of both the Golf Course and the Nature Reserve and is the start of a 1.5-mile walk towards Dawlish along the South Devon Railway Sea Wall. Enjoy warm weather throughout the year and you will find the calm waters ideal for paddling and swimming.
The nature reserve at Dawlish Warren is huge, covering in excess of 500-acres, and is home to a wonderful array of wading birds, rare plants, and wildlife.
Not too far from Golden Sands is the town of Teignmouth, a historic fishing port with a Victorian pier, a theatre, cinema and model railway as well as ferries transporting people across the Teign estuary to the quaint village of Shaldon just across the water.
- Entertainment Venue: discos, karaoke, live shows, competitions etc.
At Golden Sands you are in easy reach of many popular attractions and fascinating places in this beautiful part of Devon. If you can tear yourself away from Golden Sands or from Dawlish Warren beach, there's plenty to do and see!
About a mile from Golden Sands is the little resort of Dawlish with its gardens and pretty stream - famous for its renowned black swans. Or you can go farther afield - Torquay, Paignton, Exeter, Brixham and Exmouth are all within easy driving distance. Perhaps spend a fascinating day exploring the majesty of Dartmoor and meet up with the wild ponies.
Whether its stately homes, country life museums, sleepy Devon villages or a visit to one of the many theme parks in the area, you'll find much to do on your days out.
There's lots of places to see and lots of things to do. Teignmouth's Victorian Grand Pier; Shaldon, a delightful Georgian waterside village with narrow streets and Regency cottages; Exmouth's clean beaches and lovely cliff walks.
There's plenty of literature available in reception and our friendly staff will be more than happy to give you additional information. Dawlish is a charming seaside town with a mixture of Regency & Victorian buildings, colourful gardens and superb beaches, and the famous Dawlish Black Swans.
Wherever you're travelling from, Golden Sands is easy to get to and find. We look forward to seeing you!
There is a lot of various places worth visiting, such as:
- Ashcombe Adventure Centre
- Kents Cavern
- Babbacombe Model Village
- Becky Falls
- Canonteign Falls
- World of Country Life
- Haldron Forest Park
- Paignton Zoo
- Smugglers and Pirate Experience
- The Big Sheep
..and many more!
In addition, there is a lot of local events around, for example different festivals, markets, car boot sales etc.
- Use of facilities from Neighbouring Park
Based on 3 review(s)
east sussex 22 Jun 2012
HI my family and myself went to golden sands twice now both times the weather has been fantastic, the park is one of the best ive been on .The staff are fantasic i dont know how they do it they are up late at night entertaining the guests and then they are up first thing in the morning entertaining the kids they were brilliant and should be paid more than they probably are ..FANTASTIC..
West Yorkshire 27 May 2011
A fantastic caravan park with lovely swimming pool, although a little small. The park is peaceful, laid out in a pleasant way so that you do not feel everyone is on top of you and has a first class restaurant. The cook, Lynne, and the waitress, Clare, were two people that really stood out as extrremely caring and customer orientated. The food was excellent and we would recommend the half board option.
wales 09 May 2011
we arrived at the park 2hours early we were made to wait for before having our keys, we were told by email that we was having a caravan but was given an apartment which looked very run down and was told we would have to pay extra for a caravan, we was due to stay for 3 nights but only lasted 2, the entertainers were staying in the apartment above us and kept us awake both nights partying until the early hours of the morning on 1 occassion i had 2 call sercuity 2 ask them 2 keep the noise down, the entertainment for the children was good but could have been more of it, very dissapointed with holiday and wont be returning to golden sands