We know that for lots of you enjoy to hire a motorhome and go off to visit National Parks across the UK. Well at Priory Rentals as we are all about friends, family and pets. So we have put together the top family friendly adventures for everyone to enjoy together. That way your guaranteed to make it a great big family affair on your next motorhome holiday.

family friendly adventures

Brecon Beacons

Head to here and visit the Papercraft Workshop. Make your own unique noticeboard using reclaimed and recycled materials. You will also get a chance to learn how to create paper furniture.

 

Cairngorms

In Cairngorms they have The Ugly Bug Ball. It’s a family fun day where you can build bug homes, create your own beasties, go pond dipping and have a look in the bug laboratory. Charm the worms out from the ground and go on a muddy hunt for hidden treasures. With a BBQ and ice cream to keep you going, make the most of a day out with RSPB Scotland at the Highland Folk Museum. For the families that don’t enjoy getting muddy this is a great place for some outdoor family fun.

Dartmoor

If your visiting Dartmoor, be sure to visit the Widecombe Craft Market. Every Thursday it features a whole host of creative and amazing things to view, buy and play with. Expect to come across fun wooden animals, weekly guest crafters, honey & bee products and jewellery. The vast array of things going on every week means that it’s hard not to find something that everyone can enjoy.

Exmoor

If your looking for family friendly adventures then this Bogstacle course in Exmoor. It’s great for all ages as the course features stream dipping, live bats, the opportunity to visit one of the South West’s last remaining operational water powered sawmills, and lots more all-weather and undercover activities.

There is something for everyone! Entrance is free, although some activities may request a small charge. This is our most family friendly adventures don’t come much muddier that the Bogtastic course.

Lake District

Discover one of the many attractions on at Brockhole. Archery, Mini Golf and Pony Hire are just some of the amazing things on offer here throughout the week. There’s a cafe and shop for adults to relax in whilst the children can enjoy the Adventure Park. For any ‘big kids’ visiting there are also the Treetop Nets and Treetop Trek which have no age limit on.

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

If you enjoy cycling then head to to Trossachs Pier. From here you can either cycle to Stronachlachar along the quiet yet still hilly Loch Katrine north shore road, lunch at the Pier Café before sailing back either at 2.30pm or 5.15pm. If your not a fan of cycling then make sure you bring your pets in one of our pet friendly motorhomes as this is a great walk with a dog if you are up for a nice scenic walk.

New Forest

The New Forest boasts hundreds of miles of all-terrain gravel tracks that are perfect for families to enjoy an easy walk or cycle. With over 40 routes to choose from you are sure to be able to find somewhere for all the family to enjoy.

Northumberland

Uncover the hidden history of Northumberland National Park. It boasts an exciting outdoor adventure offering hours of fun for treasure hunters of all ages. Learn about history and heritage of the magical county of Northumberland and see how many of our caches you can find.

Peak District

Cycle/Walking trails

Take to the trails for a family adventure on foot or two wheels – explore the national park along historic former railway lines. Choose from the scenic High Peak Trail 17 miles, picturesque Tissington Trail 13 miles, or the magnificent Monsal Trail and tunnels (8.5 miles).

Pembrokeshire Coast

The Age of Adventure & Tales of Adventure

Travel back with us to ancient times to hear stories of strange adventures. Be the hero or heroine of these tales. Would-be warriors, hunters and princesses are welcome! £1 per activity + admission

Sit around the fire and listen to tales of adventure from the distant past. Local storytellers will keep you spellbound as they weave their stories of myth and legend.

Yorkshire Dales

There are all sorts of adventures to have at Bolton Castle in Wensleydale. Have a go at archery, watch the birds of prey demonstration or the wild boar being fed or dress up in medieval costumes and play medieval games. Bolton Castle is one of the country’s best preserved medieval castles. It was originally built as one of the finest and most luxurious homes in the land. The castle bears the scars of over 600 years of fascinating history.