Oaklands Holiday Park sits midway between Clacton on Sea and Brightlingsea. The park offers the best of both worlds - a rural setting with easy access to family beaches and seaside attractions. Top family attractions within easy reach include Colchester Castle and Zoo, Clacton Pier and beach, and the summer foot ferry service across to Mersey Island from Brightlingsea. Onsite park facilities feature a small fishing lake, an adventure playground, an entertainment venue and family bar with Sky TV. Guests also have inclusive free use of facilities at our neighbouring holiday parks - Seawick, St Osyth and Oaklands.
Visit our website for more information on park opening times and availability. 3 night breaks start on a Friday, 4 night breaks start on a Monday and 7 night breaks start from a Friday, Saturday or Monday. The park is open from March to November.
Off the M25, junction 28, onto the A12 signed for Colchester. Carry on towards the Colchester bypass signposted for Colchester North, Ipswich, Harwich. Branch left at Junction 29 signed for Colchester North, then take the second exit onto the A1232 signed for Colchester.
Carry on to the first roundabout, straight over and at the second roundabout take a left onto the A133 signed for Clacton. Continue following the A133 and go straight over the next two roundabouts. At the third roundabout take a right onto the B1028. Move into the left hand fork - the B1027, passing through Arlesford and Thorrington until you reach Oaklands Holiday Park situated on your left.
Our nearest railway station is Clacton on Sea situated 5 miles away. Pick up taxis to the park just outside the station.