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  • We're hidden amongst lovely trees, not far from the Broads

Park awards

  • 4 star holiday park award
  • Green Tourism Silver award
  • David Bellamy - Gold award
  • AA Holiday Centre award
  • NCC approved holiday park

Park address

Wild Duck Holiday Park,
Howard's Common,
Great Yarmouth.
NR31 9NE

Sat nav postcode:
NR31 9NE

Park telephone number: 01493 780 268

Park open: 28 Mar - 2 Nov

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Wild Duck
A Norfolk holiday park in a natural woodland setting

Wild Duck

Hidden away amongst the trees, our park by The Broads is one-of-a-kind...

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We have our own unique character at Wild Duck. Rather than sitting right on the coast, we're a little further inland, in a wood near The Norfolk Broads. Where other parks may have sand dunes or clifftops, we have trees and lakes and all the wildlife that comes with them. Enjoy one of life's simple pleasures and take a walk around; all roads lead back to our central piazza where you'll find our food outlets, Live Lounge, play area and indoor pool.
EntertainmentKids' clubsIndoor poolOutdoor poolBeach nearbyCrazy golfMini ten-pin bowlingBike hire


Park highlights

  • Our lovely, flat woodland landscape is perfect for walking and cycling around
  • We've just built a massive treehouse over the Pine Grove - kids will love it!
  • Gorleston is only four miles away and has a lovely sandy beach
  • Enjoy a meal out on our central piazza
  • Outdoor pool area with beach hut-style changing rooms and a new playground
  • Touring and camping facilities available

Explore the area

Norfolk – wide skies and beautiful sunsets

The long sandy beaches here enjoy some of the UK’s driest weather. From the peaceful Broads to up-for-it Great Yarmouth, Norfolk has it all.


Places to visit

Unique to this park

Natural woodland setting

Wild Duck is one of the only parks set more inland than the rest. A natural setting with lots of pine trees and winding forest trails. We even have special duck crossings around the park and our boundary fences have been designed to let other animals like hedgehogs and squirrels in.