Now the cold wet winter weather is finally behind us why not take a trip to see one of the UK’s 15 National Parks. Here are a few of Coast’s favourites…

The New Forest
Located in the South West this park is a must for wildlife fans. The park is well known for its native New Forest ponies, but you can also observe bats, heathland birds, deer, butterflies, reptiles and wading birds. All of this wildlife can be found throughout the heathland, ancient trees, shingle coastline, rivers, streams and farmland that make up this beautiful park.

The South Downs
This park is local to us at Coast and ranges across 1600km2 of the South coast from Eastbourne to Winchester. Throughout the park there are countless stunning panoramic views of the coastline and the chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters are a famous landmark within the park.

The Lake District
This park is one of the most popular UK breaks as there is so much to do and see. There are many activities to take part in throughout the Lake District from tree top trekking to climbing and cycling. The park is a great place to visit with all the family, and the kids won’t have a chance to get bored!

These three National Parks are just a few you could visit this summer, for more details about these parks and others visit www.nationalparks.gov.uk.

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