On slightly sloping ground with superb open views, both coastal and inland, Highlands End is quietly situated on the Dorset Heritage Coastline. A path in front of the park runs along the cliff top and then leads down to a shingle beach a little further along. It is a good quality park with 180 caravan holiday homes, mostly privately owned, and 195 touring pitches in two areas nearest to the sea – one has to travel through the holiday homes to reach them. The field for tents has 73 pitches, ten with electricity, and the field for touring is all electric with 45 pitches, also having water, drainage and hardstanding.
A further area is used for tents in high season. A modern, attractive building houses a lounge bar, excellent good value restaurant with takeaway facility, family room and games room with some musical evenings in high season. The park’s amenities also include an excellent air-conditioned indoor heated pool, a tennis court and a nine-hole pitch-and-putt (all charged). The owners have a long term interest in the fire brigade and an historic fire engine (1936 Leyland Pump Escape) along with memorabilia make an interesting display in the bar. The park is run to high standards and is a member of the Best of British group.