Holiday Parks Are Optimistic

Holiday in the sunIf you’re looking forward to your 2013 getaway in the UK you could be in luck.

Many holiday parks are optimistic that this summer could bring some desirable hot weather which could see their numbers increase over this period. This could mean that many people actually spend their holiday in the sun, which is always a bonus.

The winter months from 2012 into January 2013 have endured days of both rain and snow which has made holidayers less likely to have high hopes for the weather during the British summer, but maybe this news will change their mind.

Leedson caravan parkHoliday parks are predicted to have a flourish of visitors this summer after hearing this news, which I’m sure they will welcome. There are many parks that have decided to invest in their facilities by either extending their current site or creating a new one elsewhere. One of those parks being renovated is Leedons Caravan Park in Cotswolds, Warwickshire which is introducing a whole host of new activities and entertainment.

Some of these improvements include a new, huge complex, an indoor swimming pool, a games room, tennis courts to name but a few. This is expected to bring some fresh faces to its much-improved park and with the news of better weather than we’re having, that’s no surprise.

This is just one of the places planning to gain new visitors this year and there are plenty more holiday parks looking to build on last Overstone lakesyear’s summer. Another park is Overstone Lakes in Northampton which has extended its dining facilities, which means once you have finished soaking up the sun you can go and enjoy your food in a new spacious facility.

If you were losing heart with all the recent rubbish weather then fear not, the will be light through the clouds very soon. Keep faith!

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