Did you know there are some super holiday parks in North Devon and many of the fantastic facilities are available to locals? Whether you decide to dip in for a day or stay for a long weekend, dont just peek over the fence, get in there and enjoy the holiday vibe.The wow factor Take a left off the Mortehoe road and then take a deep breath as you roll down the hill to the brand new £3million entertainment centre at Woolacombe Bay Holiday Village. The glass-clad complex features a huge decked area probably the biggest in North Devon that makes the most of plunging views over the valley and bay. Why not make a day of it? If youre feeling active, bust some calories in the sea-view gym or take the kids for a swim in the new indoor Castaway Bay fun pool (£2). Or for a more laid-back day, watch one of the latest film releases in the new cinema (adults are £5 and children £4); pamper yourself in the Romano Spa; paint a pot in the new Craft Hut; and then grab a bite to eat in the new Bait Ball bar-restaurant be sure to stick around for the sunset.Thrills and spills Named Britains best holiday park last year, Golden Coast Holiday Village is home to the Wavesurfer surfing simulator, an artificial wave suitable for anyone from toe-dippers to Kelly Slater. If the surfs not pumping in the bay, you can pay £20 to ride the standing wave. Boards and wetsuits are also provided but with a sliding glass roof and 28-degree-heated water, itll feel like youre surfing in the Caribbean. The parks EX34 extreme sports complex is also open to locals. Try the high ropes course (£8); climbing wall (£4); WaterWalkerz (£4); or bungee trampoline (£4).Golf but not as you know it Practise your football skills on the fairway at the new foot golf courses at Golden Coast and Woolacombe Bay. Its free to use just pay a small refundable deposit for the ball.Make a splash Shoot down the 230ft big blue slide or ride the water rapids at Cascades Tropical Adventure Pool at Ruda Holiday Park in Croyde. The pool is open to non- resident swimmers (£3.95) daily from 10am-6pm in low season and 9am-7pm in high season.Inflatable waterslide anyone? Thrill-seekers will be able to ride a giant inflatable waterslide coming to Parkdean holiday parks in Croyde and Bucks Cross this weekend. The Slide the Park Festival will be taking place at Bideford Bay Holiday Park near Bucks Cross on Saturday, July 2, and at Ruda Holiday Park in Croyde on Sunday, July 3. Entry is £15 per person and visitors will also be able to enjoy live music, an urban street show and food and drink. For tickets visit click here.