A quiet holiday home park in the heart of Cannock Chase, Staffordshire
Without a Club House, Amusements or Children`s Play Area, Silver Trees Holiday Park is set in the midst Cannock Chase and because of our peace and quiet ambience the local Wildlife are constant visitors, we do not advocate bikes or footballs on the park, this allows the Wild Fallow Deer to venture onto the park and next to the Holiday Homes and not be frightened away, so you can be within a few feet and experience this special unique situation.
We are a short drive from any of the major Midland towns or cities, swap their hustle and bustle for our leisurely pace of life. See the landscape alter throughout year, in the Spring bulbs give early colour and the bird song is constant, Young Bambi deer appear in June and July as the bracken gives them refuge whilst they gain the strength and vigor to venture out. Autumn heralds winter but also the spectacle of the Mature Stags tussling for supremacy, locking antlers on the hillside, to be the Major Buck for the Rut. The Festive season can sometimes prompt a sprinkling of snow which can be magical and the bareness of the woodland enables the Deer herd to be seen clearly even from a distance.
Please look further via the links to find out more information, we recommend viewing our latest video, showing Private Owners enthusing about holiday home ownership and holidaymakers enjoying their stay in
a hire unit and swimming in the pool as a family.
Watch our introductory video here.
Silver Trees Holiday Park
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