We may have lost an hour of sleep when the clocks changed at the weekend, but that means that Spring has officially sprung! We love this time of year at Maguires Country Parks when the new flowers are starting to bloom and the parks are looking their colourful best. We’d love to see your photographs from the parks, feel free to post them to us and we’ll share the best ones on our facebook page!
We’re expecting a busy Easter Break on what is said to be the hottest since records began, let’s hope the weather forecasters get it right this time! If that is the case we’ll expect lots of barbeques and the guests at Newbus Grange Country Park will be able to make the most of the outdoor pool. Who is going to be first to take a dip?!
We also have some great entertainment at Forget Me Not Country Park with an Easter Raffle, entertainment from Janie Mackenzie and a Kids Easter Egg Hunt and Egg Painting competition!
You may have noticed some changes to our website over the last few weeks. We are now featuring 4 showcase caravans each month at different price points to give you some inspiration if you are thinking of buying a new holiday home, or simply upgrading from your existing model.
Our country parks are all set in the most stunning Countryside that the North East has to offer, from Forget Me Not in Longhorsley and Ord House in Berwick Upon Tweed to Swainby in the North Yorkshire Moors and Newbus Grange in Neasham, near Darlington. The perfect locations for a countryside retreat where you can go to get away from it all.
Wondering which caravan to choose? At Maguires Country Parks we stock caravans from the UK’s leading manufacturers: Willerby, ABI, Pemberton, Swift, Victory, BK Bluebird – and all of our caravans can be sited at any of our parks. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please speak to a member of our team, we guarantee we will be able to source it for you!
Here’s wishing you a wonderful Easter Break!
The Maguire Family.
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Maguires Country Parks are award winning country parks across Northumberland, North Yorkshire and County Durham