The company is also offering Jump Rope sessions across all resorts.
Prices start from £220 for the whole family for a three-night break at Wild Duck in Norfolk on August 31. This price is based on up to six people sharing a Superior two-bedroom caravan and includes a selection of free activities.
Meanwhile, guests staying at the company's Rockley Park can learn to sail just down the road from Weymouth Bay, one of the venues for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Sailing competitions.
Football fans can test dribbling skills, ball control and passing techniques as well as tactical play with the operator's free Coke FC Football Coaching now available at all parks except Lydstep Beach, Quay West, Reighton Sands, Riviere Sands and Seaview.
For toddlers, the company as launched new Learn2Bike sessions, aimed at children aged two to four years, using special brightly coloured balance bikes with no pedals to make it easier for little ones by teaching them to ride without worrying about pedalling.
An Activity Pass allows customers to pre-book and buy a package of ‘pay as you go’ activities on selected Parks at reduced prices of up to 25% and is available on a package of six or 12 sports and water activities including fencing, archery, and tennis coaching as well as other activities from abseiling, AquaJets and climbing wall to roller blading, Turbo Paddlers and Water Walkerz.
Prices start from £220 for up to six people sharing a Superior two-bedroom caravan for three nights at Presthaven Sands in North Wales on August 31.
For details visit www.bourneleisuresales.co.uk