**Image: Walking track and stairs for beach access at Adelaide Shores**
It’s a known fact, we all let loose a little bit when on holidays.
Alcohol, take away and eating out are usually consumed more while on holidays, but there is a way to stay on track if you are trying to be healthy.
The perfect way to stay healthy is to stay in Self-Contained Accommodation.
Having your own large fridge and kitchen is the perfect way to stay healthy. You can buy a lot of food at the beginning of of your holiday and store it without any issues. Having cutlery, crockery, ovens and microwaves etc is the perfect motivation to stay on track. This will also allow you to make salads or stock ingredients needed for sandwiches etc for the whole family. These ingredients often will make a few meals, which in turn, will allow more money for those little treats you deserve.
The easiest and healthiest snack to carry around with you is fruit. There is no need to cut it up, and can be carried in your bag. Having this on you may stop that temptation to buy food while out exploring Adelaide.
Quick and easy meals are the perfect menu for being on holidays, so that you are not spending all of your day in the kitchen- Stirfry, cereals, salads and BBQ’s are perfect options for your holiday
Most Caravan Parks have communal BBQ areas that are the perfect way to ‘eat out’. The feeling of being outside and away from the caravan/cabin can be a great change of scenery. This is also an easy solution for cooking for a whole family, or a group of friends
At BIG4 Adelaide Shores Caravan Park or Adelaide Shores Resort, whether you’re in a self-contained cabin with your own kitchen or you’re camping and making use of the camp kitchen, you’ll have access to ovens, microwaves, grills, and cooking utensils. Make the most of it.
Adelaide Shores is also located in the perfect spot for exercising. It may be a bit cold, but the view and the environment is worth it. Do stair runs on our beach access stairs, or jog/walk to Glenelg along our board walk. Or for those wanting more of a challenge, run along the beach. To make it more of a family activity, maybe walk instead of driving or taking the bus, as Glenelg is only a 5km stroll away.
Within Adelaide Shores, there are tennis courts, volleyball, basketball and large grassed areas, why not get our with the kids and play some sport? It won’t even feel like exercise but you will feel better for it.