Plenty to see in perfect Poole!

Poole is a perfect place to visit - and it's so close to South Lytchett Manor! Once you've settled in at our top quality site, you can head off to the coast where Poole awaits with its busy quay area, fantastic beaches and stunning natural harbour.

Poole Tourism. Poole Quay Panoramic

There’s plenty to keep you occupied for hours on end; everything from watersports and shopping to boat shows and biking. And when the sun goes down, the calm and tranquillity of South Lytchett Manor will be waiting. Watching the pennies? Check some of the free things to do in Poole.

Here are just a few of the attractions Poole has to offer.

Stunning, Blue Flag Awarded Beaches
Including Britain’s best beach, Sandbanks – build the biggest sandcastle and then visit the nearby Pinecliff play sculptures and Treasure Island play area.

National Trust Brownsea Island
If you love nature and want to escape for the day, Brownsea Island is the perfect to explore, relax and take time out. For something different to keep the kids amused, enjoy summer story-telling, den building and mini beas safaris.

Park Life
Pack a picnic and head to one of the town’s top parks, check out Upton Country Park for woodland walks, play trails, stunning gardens & new water feature for the kids to cool off. Poole Park for watersports, play areas; The Ark – soft play, ice rink and cafe and lots more or Hamworthy Park for its beachside play area, paddling pool and cafe. you are spoilt for choice!

Tower Park
The South Coast’s largest entertainment centre, the perfect wet weather option! 10 screen cinema, bowling, waterpark, soft play and plenty of restaurants.

Poole Pottery
Visit the studio and watch the throwers, artists and designers in action. Have a go at making your own masterpiece in the paint a pot area.

Poole Museum
Poole’s rich history is revealed in Poole Museum’s four floors of galleries. Displays range from archaeology to art, from pirates to potteries. Look out for the special events to keep your little ones entertained.

Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park
A great family day out for all the family. Winner of ‘Best Outdoor Play in the South West region’ (Netmums Awards 2014).

Summer Breeze on the Quay with Fireworks
Family fun, live music on the quayside and a spectacular firework finale.

Bustling Quay
Enjoy crabbing on the quayside, explore historic Poole by walking the Cockle Trail, Poole Trail or Treasure Hunt with plenty of ice cream stops along the way.

Europe’s Largest Natural Harbour
Enjoy our coast with the most and try out one of the many water based activities Poole Harbour has to offer.

Poole – The coast with the most

Poole Welcome Centre
The Quay, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HJ.

Tel: 0845 234 5560
Web: pooletourism.com

Images kindly supplied by Poole Tourism

South Lytchett Manor is a Poole Tourism Partner

South Lytchett Manor is a Poole Tourism Partner

Happy Campers ツ

I’ve just had the best week here, fantastic staff, facilities and thoughtful extras ( flowers and music in the shower block and help yourself herb garden). It’s a beautifully clean well laid out gem of a site in a beautiful part of the country.
The bus service runs from the door with lots of wonderful places to visit without worrying about taking the motor home.
It thoroughly deserves all the awards it’s won – 5 star staff and facilities.

Bec, Aug 2019

We have just returned from South Lytchett Manor after a fantastic weeks stay there. Everything about the campsite is perfect.

We were on pitch 30 which was lovely and quiet for us, as we have an autistic son and we need to be in a quite area, he had lots of space to move around in without being closed in.

A friendly, relaxed atmosphere in beautiful surroundings. The site shop is well stocked with beautiful home made cakes, pastries and bread. Their fresh croissants are superb! The Badger beer van there on the weekends was a treat as well. Two lovely pubs just down the road within walking distance, the village is lovely too.

We had a trip into Poole on Tuesday night to see the motorbikes which is free to attend and literally there were hundreds of bike enthusiasts there. Very enjoyable. Lots of things to do locally but we preferred to stay on the site.

A great playground for children and lots of open space for children to run around in and bicycle rental on site also!

I cannot speak highly enough of this campsite. We’ve all agreed it is the best site we’ve stayed on. We’re already planning our dates to return for next year. We loved it!!!

Jack, Aug 2019

This campsite is amazing, the staff are really helpful and friendly, my husband is disabled and they will always find a pitch near the toilets if they can. They have a lovely little place to get freshly cooked bacon rolls, panini’s, pastries etc (at certain times of the year)in the morning and a well stocked little shop. We have stayed here quite a few times and will not stay anywhere else when we visit Poole. Highly recommend.

Lanksford, Feb 2020

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