St Osyth Beach Holiday Park sits right on the beach near Clacton on Sea. Offering affordable family holidays, the park is in a great location near Clacton's pier, theatres and amenities. Onsite facilities include a large indoor heated swimming pool with flume and shallow area perfect for younger children. Great live shows, karaoke, discos and more run across the summer season in St Osyth's fantastic entertainment venue and all inclusive facilities include a Kids Club with Loopy the Bunny and team, a family bar with Sky TV, free WiFi in the club area and a spacious dining area with value Flexi-Dine packages available. Visit our website for more information on all the fun family facilities at this great beachside park.
Browse our website for information on park opening times, deals 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. Budget Bronze caravans come without bedlinen (linen available to hire on-site). The park is open from March to October.
Exit the M25, Junction 28 onto the A1 and carry on to the Colchester bypass following signs for Colchester North, Ipswich and Harwich. Branch left at junction 29 signed for Colchester North, then take the second exit onto the A1232.
Carry on, straight over the first roundabout. At the second roundabout take a left onto the A133. Continue following the A133, over the first roundabout, then take the second exit at the next roundabout beside the Table Table restaurant and Premier Inn Weeley.
Continue following this road for around 1 mile. At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Little Clacton Road. Follow this road for around 2 miles then take a right turn onto St Johns Road heading towards St Osyth.
After about 2 miles take a left turn onto Colchester Road, passing the Kings Arms pub to your left. Carry on over the crossroads, on Spring Road past the Balti House Indian restaurant on your left. Continue along the Beach Road for about 2 miles and you will see St Osyth Beach to your left. A rowing boat is easily spotted at the entrance. Follow the long drive up to accommodation and facilities.