Camping, Pods, Touring And Luxury Holiday Homes On Dorset's Jurassic Coast
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Durdle Door is a carefully managed holiday park popular with families, walkers and those who share a love of the natural environment.
About The Park
On the park you will find all the modern day amenities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. Bar and restaurant, shop, children’s play areas, shower block (with plenty of free hot water), dishwashing area, laundry room and Wi-Fi among them. Our pitches are spacious, our holiday homes luxurious and the views… simply breathtaking.
Our friendly staff are here to help you enjoy your break and can provide you with leaflets, maps and ideas for a great day out.
The Park’s safe and secure play areas have swings, slides and twisties, fitness trails, cable rides, football and basketball.
Pick up all your day-to-day store cupboard needs along with freshly baked bread, beach toys, gifts and souvenirs.
Blue Crab Cafè
The Blue Crab Cafè is open throughout the day with a pool table, terraces and entertainment in high season.
Beaches & Walks
With crystal clear waters, we have two rural beaches in walking distance. Both are popular for swimming and snorkelling and beach fun. The park also links to the South West Coast path, treating walkers to breathtaking views.
To download a PDF of the Park Map, click here
Terms & Conditions
Before you book, please read our Terms & Conditions which can be found here.
- Access to Durdle Door Beach, Man O’War Beach & the South West Coast Path
- Blue Crab Cafe Bar (open daily)
- On-site shop (open daily)
- Two children’s play areas
- Allocated serviced pitches
- Heated/air conditioned showers and toilets
- Dishwashing facilities
- Token operated launderette (washing machines, tumble dryers)
- Disabled toilet and shower facilities
- Freezer facility
- Cot & highchair hire
- Chemical disposal point
- Baby-changing facilities
- Gas bottle exchange
On Your Doorstep
Durdle Door is a great spot to explore Dorset and the Purbecks. From the stunning landforms of the Jurassic Coast, to castles, stately homes and tourist attractions including the Tank Museum, Monkey World and Farmer Palmer's, it's hard to know where to start.
The Jurassic Coast
The Jurassic Coast is England's first, and only, natural World Heritage Site. The dramatic cliffs, secluded coves and impressive coastal rocks tell a story that goes back 250 million years. It's no wonder this coastline has been designated an area of 'outstanding universal value' - alongside the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon!