The Park


About The Park

On the park, you will find everything you need for a relaxing stay. Friendly reception, bar & restaurant, well-stocked shop, children’s play areas, shower block, dish-washing area and Wi-Fi.

Park Map

To download a PDF of the Park Map, click here


Our friendly staff are here to help! With great local knowledge, they can provide you with information, leaflets, maps and ideas for your visit.

Play Areas

The Park’s safe and secure play areas have swings, slides and twisties, fitness trails, cable rides and football facilities.

Well-Stocked Shop

Pick up all your day-to-day store cupboard needs along with freshly baked bread, beach toys, gifts and souvenirs.

Man O’ War Bar & Restaurant

The Man O’ War Bar & Restaurant is open throughout the day with a pool table, terraces and entertainment in high season.

Beaches & Walks

We have two rural beaches with crystal clear waters,  in walking distance. The quaint village of West Lulworth is just a 30 min walk down the hill.  The park also backs straight onto the South West Coast path, treating walkers to breathtaking views and beautiful walking country.  

Terms & Conditions 

Before you book, please read our Terms & Conditions which can be found here.

Park Rules

Once you’re here, there are some things you should know. Please read our Park Rules here.

Park Facilities

  • Access to Durdle Door Beach & the South West Coast Path
  • Man O’ War Restaurant and Bar (open daily)
  • On-site shop (open daily)
  • Two children’s play areas
  • Allocated serviced pitches
  • Wi-fi
  • Heated/air conditioned showers and toilets
  • Dishwashing facilities
  • Disabled toilet and shower facilities
  • Cot & highchair hire
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Baby-changing facilities

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 (including our very own Lulworth Castle), stately homes, festivals 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 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!