Stockton Beach is located directly in front of the holiday park and features a patrolled swimming beach. Protected from the prevailing winds, the area in front of the holiday park is perfect for swimming and beach games for the whole family.
Fishing around the park is popular with guests and locals alike. The beach offers great fishing year round for bream, whiting, tailor and flathead and is safe for the kids. Serious fishos can chose to fish from the nearby breakwall where large jewfish can be caught. The nearby Hunter River offers a variety of fishing options from the land, boat or kayak.
Stockton Beach is famous for its endless dunes which can tower up to 40m high. Constantly moving with the winds, the dunes offer a great day out adventuring either via foot, 4WD or on a guided quad bike tour. Sand boarding down the dunes is great fun for the kids as is visiting the ‘tin city’ which is a group of shacks cut off from the rest of the world.
Spend the day exploring Newcastle city via the nearby Stockton Ferry. The ferry makes regular trips from Stockton across the Hunter River to Newcastle offering stunning views towards the city and port area. Bring your bike and make a day of it.
Stockton Beach offers great surf right up and down the 36km of beach. The curve of the coastline means there’s protected options for kids and learners in front of the holiday park while further up the beach receives more swell and is suited to those looking for challenging beach breaks.
The Stockton Swimming Centre is located on King Street which is next to the holiday park. It features a heated 50m and learners pool, kiosk and bbq’s. The pool is open from 6am –6pm 7 days.