St Osyth Beach Holiday Park

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With Access to the Beach, a Clubhouse and Swimming Pool, This Park has Something for Everyone!

St Osyth Beach Holiday park is ideally located on the Essex coast, close to Clacton-on-Sea. It shares a new multi million pound entertainment complex with sister park Martello Beach. Hope across the connect bridge and you will find bright, open airy bars, swimming complex, arcade, craft areas and much more.

Hire a peddle kart and discover the park in comfort whilst the family peddles. Wait for the sun to go down and enjoy food from the in house street food vendor, located in their own containers around the outdoor seating area. Sit back and enjoy live sports, movies and more on the big screen again located I the al fresco entertainment area

St Osyth Holiday Park is right next to the beach, so if you fancy a beach side stroll you can walk in to Clacton. Or for those less energetic, a few minutes in the car will get you there too! With its wide choice of shops, eateries, bars and amusements, and the famous Clacton Pier, you are sure to have a great day out.

Experience a Slice of Paradise at St Osyth

St Osyth in Essex is a quaint, historic village located in the Tendring district of the county. The village is home to many historical sites, including a 12th-century Priory and an ancient market cross. St Osyth Beach is also located nearby, providing visitors with miles of sandy beaches and stunning views across the North Sea. It’s an ideal spot for swimming, sunbathing, fishing and even water sports like sailing and surfing.

The beach also has plenty of amenities to make your visit more enjoyable, including snack bars and public toilets. You can also find several pubs and restaurants near the beach, serving up some delicious local cuisine. The village itself offers plenty of shops and services as well as traditional pubs and tea rooms to explore during your stay. There are plenty of activities in the area too, such as golf courses, cycle routes and nature reserves.

St Osyth has a rich history that dates back centuries. The ruins of St Osyth Priory can still be seen today; built in 1139 by Robert de Broc it was once an Augustinian monastic house before being dissolved by King Henry VIII in 1536. Its surrounding moat can still be seen today offering visitors a glimpse into the past. Other historic places of interest include a number of Grade II listed buildings such as St Peter’s Church which dates from around 1100 AD, along with many other old buildings scattered throughout the village which still retain their original character.

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Please note St Osyth Beach Holiday Park facilities operate seasonally and at the park’s discretion. Your booking is for accommodation only and 2cHolidays cannot be held liable for the provision or any disruption to these facilities. If using third party services are integral to your holiday plans, please check with the provider directly. Park entertainment passes to use the onsite facilities are NOT included in the cost of your holiday and 2cHolidays are not responsible for their availability.

  • Neighbouring Park Use – Martello Beach Holiday Park
  • Indoor Pool (Neighbouring Park)
  • Climbing Wall (Neighbouring Park)
  • Family Bar (Neighbouring Park)
  • Arcade (Neighbouring Park)
  • Entertainment Venue (Neighbouring Park)
  • Adventure Playground
  • Fishing Lake

If you’re looking for things to do near St Osyth Beach Holiday Park, you’ll be spoiled for choice. One popular attraction is Clacton Pier, which offers a range of activities like mini-golf, arcade games, and thrill rides to keep the whole family entertained. Another fun option is Hasty’s Adventure Farm, which features interactive farm animal encounters and a play area for kids. And if you’re a nature lover, don’t miss Wyvern Wood, a beautiful, wooded area that’s perfect for a peaceful walk or picnic. No matter what you choose, there’s plenty to see and do in this stunning part of the country.

Wyvernwood

Wyvernwood

St. Osyth Road, Alresford, Colchester CO7 8AP | View website

Nestled in the heart of the majestic landscape, Wyvernwood whispers tales of ancient lore to all who wander its verdant paths. Here, families find a respite from the clamour of daily life, their laughter echoing through the canopy like a melody of nature’s own making. This forest, a mosaic of emerald and gold, stands as a timeless sanctuary where the secrets of the woods gently unfurl with each rustling leaf and hidden brook. Wyvern Wood doesn’t merely exist; it beckons adventurers of all ages to lose themselves and, in the sweet serenity.

Hasty's Adventure Farm

Hasty’s Adventure Farm

West Rd, Clacton-on-Sea CO15 1AG | View website

The heart of the farm is undoubtedly its animal residents. Hasty’s introduces visitors to a variety of farm animals up close, offering educational demonstrations and interactions. But Hasty’s offers more than just furry friends. It’s a place to immerse yourself in the rhythm of rural life. Participate in seasonal activities like planting seeds, learning the art of composting, and harvesting your own vegetables. These hands-on experiences are not only delightful but serve as gentle reminders of where our food comes from and the importance of sustainable farming.

Clacton Pier

Clacton Pier

1 North Sea, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, CO15 1QX | View website

Clacton Pier offers a host of fantastic value family fun in Essex. Always a popular seaside destination for the weekend Clacton Pier boasts a variety of indoor and outdoor fun and activities. Choose from a host of all weather activities such as our indoor fun rides area, an excellent family entertainment centre with all your favourite arcade and video games. Visit our awesome aquarium and meet a wide range of sea life creatures from the deep or visit our amazing indoor bowling centre “The Lanes”.

St Osyth Beach Holiday Park

St Osyth Beach Holiday Park in Clacton-on-Sea, is a superb family friendly holiday park. St Osyth Caravan Park has so much to offer with great amenities and Clacton-on-Sea is the perfect place to go if you’re looking for a seaside holiday.

Unwind and Make Memories at St Osyth Beach

St Osyth Holiday Park is an extremely popular holiday destination due to its ideal location to explore Clacton, fabulous park amenities and the beach is on its doorstep! For families looking to book a short weekend break away in advance or last minute, St Osyth Beach Holiday Park is perfect as it has everything you could possibly need on site.

Perhaps you’re simply looking for a sunny weekend by the sea, and with the beach only a 5 minute walk away from the holiday park, this will suit you also. The beauty of having the beach nearby means you can come and go at your leisure. This gives you flexibility to pack a picnic and you’re your bucket and spade, without having to carry it too far. Furthermore, the sandy beach welcomes dogs so you don’t need to leave your pooch behind either.

St Osyth Caravan Park

St Osyth is a quaint seaside village with a brilliant beach, pubs and a friendly atmosphere. The village is renowned for its Sunday market which takes from April to October annually, and on Wednesdays during the summer holidays. The St. Osyth Market thrives throughout the summer and attracts up to 5,000 visitors weekly, enjoying the hustle and bustle. The market has a huge variety of stalls from fresh fruit and vegetables to jewellery and clothing, there is so much you can find! It also includes amusements, crazy golf, children’s play area, cafes and food stalls.

Only a 10 minute drive from St Osyth Beach Holiday Park is Hasty’s Adventure Farm which is a brilliant day out if you have children from the ages of 3 – 11 years old. On a sunny day, visiting Hasty’s Farm is perfect to interact with the lovely farm animals, climb on the adventure playground and enjoy a picnic in the sunshine. At Hasty’s Farm, the children can even experience feeding lambs, learn about farm yard animals and win a prize after completing the farm trail.

St Osyth Beach Holiday Park is near Clacton-on-Sea

How far is St Osyths from Clacton? If you enjoy a beach stroll or taking your dog for a seaside day out, you can walk along the shore into Clacton. Alternatively you can pack the car with all your beach wear and take a short drive into the seaside town. Clacton-on-Sea is a traditional seaside resort with amusement arcades, delicious ice cream parlours, pubs, shops and of course fish n chips cafes. However, what makes Clacton stand out from other seaside towns is its famous air show. The Clacton Air Show is a spectacular event which takes place annually during summer.

The event attracts 250,000 visitors and is a brilliant family day out! The show boasts impressive air displays, parachutes, amazing fireworks and great stalls with eateries. Don’t miss the air show which is taking place this year on August 27th & 28th (bank holiday) as it celebrates 29 years of flying! Aside from the Clacton Air Show, you can visit the East Essex Aviation Museum located in the Martello Towers, only a short drive from St Osyth Caravan Park. The museum itself is brilliant full of amazing artefacts and displays, free entry with only a donation box.

Things to do near St Osyth Beach Holiday Park

Clacton-on-Sea doesn’t just offer an incredible air show, the West Cliff Theatre hosts phenomenal shows throughout the year. A night at the theatre whilst being on holiday at St Osyth Beach will certainly add an extra sparkle! From family shows to comedy, drama and live music there is definitely something which everybody will enjoy. The variety spectacular summer show takes place in August.

It is a thoroughly enjoyable show for people of all ages and one of the most popular productions the theatre hosts. Furthermore, if you enjoy live music and local bands, the theatre hosts a variety of different tributes, themed nights including the ‘Swinging Sixties’ and much more. With some careful planning, you can book a holiday in Clacton to suit availability at the theatre, as an extra holiday treat.

Lovely Reviews of St Osyths Beach Holiday Park

We receive some lovely reviews from guests who have stayed at St Osyths Beach Holiday Park, for example Jayla  said; “We had an amazing time with our little one and can’t wait to come back soon! Such a clean and cosy environment, perfect for family bonding. Can’t wait till next time!”

If you are interested in booking one of our accommodations at St Osyths Beach Holiday Park then click on “book caravans & lodges at this park” or call our bookings team on 01362 470888, Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5pm.

St Osyth Beach Holiday Park, Park Holidays, St Osyth, Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, CO16 8SG | VIEW PARK MAP