A clear sunny day at the beach of Whitecliff Bay. One of our static caravan holiday parks in the Isle Of Wight.

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Things to do near The Lakes Rookley

If you’re planning a holiday on the island, you’ll find there’s plenty to do on the Isle of Wight and many attractions and places to keep you and all your family busy.

Local attractions near The Lakes Rookley

One of the best things about being on the Isle of Wight is that you're never far from a beach. When you're staying at The Lakes Rookley you're spoiled for choice, because they're all within easy reach, with half of them just 20 minutes away. Not that you have to leave if you fancy a dip, as we've got both indoor and outdoor heated pools right here.

There's plenty of exciting adventures to be had year-round at the resort, as well as out and about in the local community, like the UK's oldest amusement park Blackgang Chine. The smaller members of your family (whether they're on two legs or four furry ones) are sure to be happily tuckered out at the end of every day, having made happy memories that will last them a lifetime.

If you run out of ideas, you’ll find below something for everyone to do on the Isle of Wight in our selection of exciting attractions.

Places to visit

Visit towns close to The Lakes Rookley


Rookley is a charming village located in the heart of the Isle of Wight, offering a tranquil retreat surrounded by picturesque countryside and natural beauty. Enjoy peaceful countryside, Rookley Country Park, pubs and tea rooms.

Drive time: Less than 10 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes.


Newport offers a charming blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. See the stunning harbour, historic market town, medieval architecture, Carisbrooke Castle, Quay Arts Centre, River Medina, the Island Heritage Centre and much more.

Drive time: Between 10 and 20 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


Shanklin offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, coastal charm, and family-friendly attractions. Whether you're exploring the Old Village, relaxing on the beach, or enjoying outdoor activities, Shanklin has something to offer for visitors

Drive time: Between 10 and 20 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes


Ventnor offers a perfect blend of coastal charm, botanical beauty, and cultural heritage. Whether you're exploring botanical gardens, enjoying coastal walks, or simply soaking up the seaside atmosphere, Ventnor has something to offer.

Drive time: Less than 10 minutes

Dog friendly: Yes.

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