6 egg-cellent reasons to book an Easter break at Center Parcs

Pardon the pun and read on to see why you should spend a few days in the heart of the forest this Easter.

Welcome back the sunshine with a trip out on the lake
Welcome back the sunshine with a trip out on the lake
Easter cupcake decorating
Easter cupcake decorating
Den Building and Decorating
Den Building and Decorating
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Welcome back the sunshine with a trip out on the lake
Welcome back the sunshine with a trip out on the lake
Easter cupcake decorating
Easter cupcake decorating
Den Building and Decorating
Den Building and Decorating

Some people are suckers for summer sunshine; others are autumn enthusiasts; others still love the wonders of winter. But right now at Center Parcs, we’re all about spring. The past few days of glorious sunshine have got us all excited for milder mornings, blooming flowers and the forests bursting into life once more. It’s a magical time to get the family together again for an Easter break at Center Parcs.

Here are our top six reasons to visit us this March.

1. Easter activities

We pull out all the stops on Easter breaks with a whole host of extra special seasonal activities for our guests – especially the little ones – to get stuck into. You can become a master chocolatier for an afternoon as you decorate your own Easter egg, put your heads together for our Easter Bunny Family Treasure Trail or drop into the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party…Change!

2. Head to the lake

As the mercury begins to creep up the thermometers, the picturesque water sports lake at the heart of every Center Parcs Village comes to life once more. If you fancy something low key, you can enjoy a stroll along the sandy beach or take a trip on the water in a row boat or pedalo. But if more action is on your agenda, then there’s all sorts to choose from, with hire and tuition including Windsurfing, Canoeing and Stand-up Paddle Boarding.

3. The great outdoors

With so many activities on offer for thrill-seekers, sport enthusiasts and artistic types, there’s never a dull moment on a Center Parcs break. This Easter, why not brave some of our adrenaline-fuelled outdoor activities? Explore our trails by bicycle, take aim with Field Archery or test your family’s survival skills at Den Building and Decorating.

4. Splashing good time

We’ve all got our fingers crossed for a dry, sunny Easter. But if the weather doesn’t play ball this year, you can still enjoy your own slice of sunshine in the Subtropical Swimming Paradise. Heated to a balmy 29.5C all year round, and open every day from 10am until 9pm, there’s all sorts to do here. Enjoy a dip in the indoor and outdoor pools, ride the slides, stretch out on a sun lounger and sip a cocktail from the Canopy Café and Bar.

5. Come dine with us

You can’t spell ‘Easter’ without ‘eat’, and we know that enjoying good food together is an important part of your break. That’s why our restaurants serve up delicious food, from authentic Indian to classic American and everything between. With children’s menus, activity sheets and play areas in many of our restaurants, there’s a thoroughly family-friendly atmosphere to put you at ease. You can also try some of our new limited edition spring/summer specials.

6. Home from home

After a long day of swimming, Easter activities and great food, you can retire to your own little slice of the forest for the night. Our Lodges are modern and equipped with everything you need on your break, whether you choose a practical and stylish Woodland Lodge or a high-end Treehouse. Why not pick up a few Easter goodies from Treats and create your own egg hunt in your Lodge?

Book your Easter break now.

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Maddy Potts

As Marketing Executive at Center Parcs, I’m lucky enough to hear all the amazing stories that come from our guests, our Villages and the wider travel industry. I’ll blog about the best ones, bring you some fantastic competitions and update you on all the exciting new activities and goings on at Center Parcs.