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Camber Sands with Park Resorts: Part Two

Here is part two of our weekend away at Park Resorts, Camber Sands.. Part one can be found here if you would like to have a read. 


On the Saturday (Adam's 27th Birthday) we visited Rye- an old town 15 minutes away form the park, where Adam, Ethan and his parents went and explored Ypres Tower whilst I looked after Logan in his pram in the gardens. We also had some absolutely delicious cake in a lovely little cafe that we found. 




After that we headed back to the park and visited the parks swimming facilities in the afternoon whilst Adams Mum looked after Logan. I'd expected, going by the entertainment leaflet that we'd been given on arrival, for there to be a pool activity on, but there wasn't. I asked a lifeguard about it whilst in the pool, but he said he didn't know about the activities and would find out when he could. I asked at reception after we'd finished swimming and they explained that the activity hadn't run for around a month or so as there had been a little accident. I felt that this maybe could have been mentioned either by the people on reception at either the swimming pool as we arrived to go swimming or at the main reception as we checked in to avoid disappointment. As far as I know the other water activities were still running throughout the week though. One thing to note is that these all need to be pre-booked - I wasn't aware of this as I couldn't find a mention of it on the entertainment leaflet. 

The pools were nice and we had a lovely time watching Ethan splash about, but I wasn't keen on the changing areas personally. The showers didn't really work and both of the hair dryers were out of order. I also though that the floors could have done with a clean and disappointingly I found the smell of urine from the ladies toilets really overwhelming. I liked that they had family changing cubicles and lockers and in the pool I liked that there were different pools for different ages, it was lovely for the babies to have a little pool - somewhere safe for them to take a dip in the water. There were little toys in there too for them to play with which was a nice touch. 


There's a shop located next to the entertainment centre which is very handy and I loved the arcade area, I felt there was lots to do in there to keep us all entertained for a few hours. There's an outside area too where there's a bigger kids play park area as well as one for the under 5's - Ethan loved this. I saw that you could hire bikes and other things to get you around the park which is good. We liked sitting outside in the sunshine on our last day with ice cream on the bench which faced the park. We also visited one of the childrens entertainment shows during the day which was run by Amy, again she was brilliant and really got the children involved. 

Veggie breakfast made by my Father-in-law on our last morning!

There's lots that we liked about Camber Sands and we're really glad to have been able to spend Adams birthday there. Here's a little video that we made of some of our favourite memories form our weekend away:  




5 comments

  1. It looks like you had such a lovely holiday. We're off on a caravan holiday at the weekend and cannot wait! x

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    1. We did, thank you. Oo I hope you all have a lovely break! xx

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  2. Sounds and looks like you had such a fab time :) such lovely photos. Shame about the swimming !! xx

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  3. AH what a shame about the pool but it sounds like a lovely break for the rest of the time! Lovely photos xx

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