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Countryside or seaside? Stroll among both with a stay at St Osyth Beach Holiday Park, a Park Holidays site on the Essex sunshine coast near the seaside resort of Clacton-on-Sea. It’s a mere pebble throw away from the beach on one side and the greenery of the Essex countryside on the other, with Clacton-on-Sea a quick drive away – or a leisurely amble along the beach front.
For staying on site, the park is packed with things to do for all ages and tastes: there’s a freshwater fishing lake right at hand to land some slippery characters, and an all-weather sports court for those feeling a bit more energetic. Children can go loopy at the kids’ clubs with games, dances and competitions, try the race track in the amusement arcade, or flounder around on the flumes in the indoor heated pool complex; there’s a shallow splash area for tiddlers too, and a poolside seating area for getting your breath back.
Hungry after all that? There’s a food bar on site for having your dinner dished up to you, as well as a mini mart for basic bits and bobs for cooking in your caravan. You can also take it easy in the family bar, where there’s Sky TV and free wifi, or jazz things up a little at the evening entertainment – the kids will love it if you take to the stage for the karaoke...
Guests at St Osyth Beach can use the facilities of the two sister Park Holiday sites in the area: just across the road is Seawick Holiday Park with a 1950s-style café and the Essex Seagull Bar & Grill, while there’s more fishing and a children’s adventure playground at Oaklands.
We will not accept bookings where the lead customer is under the age of 18 and will not accept bookings where half or more of your party is aged between 17 and 25.
We do not accept bookings from large all-male or all-female parties and have the right to cancel any online booking that breaches our terms before the holiday arrival date and/or reserve the right to refuse entry or not to hand over accommodation to any person or groups of persons, at our discretion.