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Blue Dolphin Holiday Park
Visit Haven’s Fantastic Blue Dolphin Holiday Park near Filey in Yorkshire
Blue Dolphin is one of Haven’s 36 Holiday Parks across the British coast and has a fantastic range of leisure, sports, outdoor and indoor activities on offer. With something for the whole family, Blue Dolphin is the perfect choice for a week’s holiday or even a short 3 or 4 night break.
There is plenty to do at Haven. We have up to 70 FREE activities, facilities and entertainment shows to keep everybody happy during your Haven holiday. For the little ones the thrills start early, with a Character Breakfast given by Rory or Bradley. Then from mid-morning onwards there is a versatile array of sports activities, family games, shows and events. In the evening there are dazzling shows, live music, comedy, and dance floor action perfect for all the family.
There’s fantastic water fun all with indoor and outdoor heated pools, water slide and flumes not to mention Water Walkerz and Turbo Paddlers plus inflatables, aqua jets and surf riders at selected Parks. Add this to a superb range of Sporting activities from Football, Shoot & Hoop, Uni Hock, Kwik Cricket and a range of racket sports through to Fencing and Go Karts and you’re in for an action packed holiday.
Then come the evening there’s something for everyone courtesy of Haven’s evening entertainment with stage shows, live bands comedy and party specials plus kids activities organised by the characters themselves for the little ‘uns providing just what you need to complete the day.
Blue Dolphin Highlights
All action activities Park - Go karts, volley ball, outdoor tumblewave slide, and much much more!
Stunning cliff top location with fantastic views
Blue Dolphin offers a wide choice of Self-Catering Caravan Holiday Homes which offer the perfect family accommodation and with six grades to choose from there's every level of comfort, quality and value. Whatever you choose, all Holiday Homes include fully equipped modern fitted kitchen with full size fridge, shower & toilet, colour TV, pillows & duvets, free gas, electricity & hot water.
Eden Camp - Experience war time Britain at this fascinating themed museum
Scarborough - Visit the old town to see the old medieval settlement and harbour or enjoy the sandy beaches, cafes, amusements, arcades, theatres and entertainment facilities.
York - A historic city containing castle and cathedral and the interactive Viking centre
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Caravanning and Camping - Camp or bring your Caravan and stay alongside the park and still enjoy all the facilities on offer. Visit for more details
Caravan Sales - Why not buy your own Caravan on Park and visit every year. Visit our Caravan Sales website today at
Groups - From holidays for a large group of friends or family, to planning an event for your club or society, we can provide group organisers with everything they need for a successful break. Great savings of up to 20% are available for Groups who require 5 or more Holiday Homes
Level and open to the sun and fresh air, this is an ideal site for family holidays, with excellent facilities and play equipment, and only three-quarters of a mile from a safe bathing beach. The prom at Sutton-on-Sea is traffic free, which makes it pleasant for walking and cycling, and the beach is safe for bathing, clean sand washed by each tide. There's also bowling and tennis facilities, a paddling pool, and putting green. Inland, you ought to visit the gracious city of Lincoln and earn your excellent lunch by walking up the famous hill to the Cathedral. To get a flavour of the Lincolnshire Wolds villages, visit Alford, a pleasant market town with a working windmill and craft centre. For walkers, the County Council has produced a good set of walks leaflets, and if you're a birdwatcher, visit Gibraltar Point.
Milestone is a small, pretty and level site with a coarse fishing lake and picnic area. There are also specialist fishing lakes in the village, which makes this site ideal for walkers and anglers alike. For real ale connoisseurs, there is a Visitor Centre just 100yds away. The site is situated on the outskirts of the small village of Cromwell, famous for its Dolls Museum, five miles north of Newark and easily accessible from the A1 both north and south. With much Civil War history on the doorstep, Newark Castle was of particular strategic importance and is well worth a visit. Nearby Nottingham has a more famous castle and tales to tell of the legendary Robin Hood - you can also visit the annual Robin Hood Festival at Edwinstowe in early August. Margaret Thatcher's childhood days are claimed by Grantham as a principal visitor attraction.