Searching for something more fast paced or an activity you can do more often when visiting your holiday caravan at Yellow Sands Caravan Park? Luckily for you,
Brean, Berrow and Burnham beaches are often visited by anglers from the shoreline or setting off on boats for sea fishing. From the shore, the water isn’t the deepest however still attracts some great fish often feeding in food-rich water of limited depth. Large catches of codling are often caught including visits from Thornbacks, and the occasional conger or bass! With a strong current and constantly changing sea level this will be challenging yet rewarding fish. With a private entrance to the beach from Yellow Sands Holiday Park you have no excuse to try this one out!
Great cycling routes are available from Yellow Sands Holiday Parks base, a great cycling route would be the ‘Brean Cycle Path’ cyclists and walkers are now able to avoid busy roads when travelling to Weston Super Mare, a 5 mile traffic free route towards Uphill with stunning views, lots of natural areas surrounding and even wildlife spotted often throughout!
There are a range of other cycle paths available, from Burnham on Sea Front or more challenging hill climbs in the Mendip hills which are driveable. Apex Park also has a BMX track and skatepark if that was something of interest for you or the younger members of the family!
Two Golf course are very close to Yellow Sands Holiday Park, around a 5-minute drive at the maximum, with many other golf courses in a 30-minute driving distance too meaning you will always have a new challenging hole to master!
Brean Golf Club, situated in Brean Leisure Park is a great full-sized golf course with beautiful views, just 5 minutes from the park boasting 18 holes, 5663 yards and a par 69.
Burnham & Berrow Golf Course is ranked the number 1 golf course in Somerset and 28th in the whole of England. Often known to host prestigious competitions and events. The gold course hugs the coastline making for stunning views when enjoying your round of golf.
With so many walks right on your doorstep you will be spoilt for choice. Enjoy a pleasant walk along the beach, which the park has private access to where you can take in the fresh sea air and beautiful views. A perfect walking route when the sun is setting (great picture opportunities too!)
Cheddar Gorge is often popular with walkers, where you can explore the views over the naturally formed gorge. Easy walks up to the top and to explore all the Cheddar town has to offer.
Glastonbury Tour is a steep yet very rewarding walk, with steps up to the Tor top where the panoramic views are completely breath-taking and views for miles across the surrounding areas.
Crooks Peak is a walk above the Webbington area, with a rock like ‘peak’ with views along the M5 and beyond.
Brent Knoll is a naturally formed knoll with steps to the top and a large circular walk at the top for panoramic views around.
Right on the doorstep is the National Trust Brean Down, steps to get up on the natural pier and a pleasant walk along the top towards the ww2 fort, an educational and informative visit.