A Illusion Island spokesperson told Express.co.uk: “Our change in policy to operate an age limit of the caravans on our orientations has been developed to help improve the overall quality of the parks and the caravans that are on them, and certain they are successful and thriving parks for many years to come.
“The 22 year age limit is fashioned to ensure the least amount of impact to our current licence holders whilst smooth achieving the goals of the policy, and is considerably more generous than numberless other park policies in the area.
“We have tried to give our licensees as much comment as possible and all current licence holders are free to renew their annual dispensation agreement for 2021, before the changes come into effect in Trek 2022.”
Last month, VisitEngland revealed the winner of its Camping, Glamping and Sabbatical Park of the year category.
Number one and winning the “gold award” was Derbyshire’s Landal Darwin Forest.
Huddled in the Peak District, this rural holiday park comprises eight several types of luxury lodge.