Splashing in the pool at Caister-on-Sea

Three reasons why Caister-on-Sea is the pitch-perfect place to buy a caravan

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A new area, Reedham, has been developed offering the park's most spacious pitches yet, giving their potential new owners (like yourself maybe?), plenty of room around the caravan to really make your home-from-home. They’re located close to the main facilities, so that’s another tick for convenience. 

These new pitches are filling quickly. If you want to secure your place, book a guided visit with our team today and experience the wonderful Caister-on-Sea Holiday Park. 

Reasons why Caister-on-Sea could be the park for you 

The UK’s first-ever holiday park, Caister-on-Sea has been giving families Great British seaside holidays for over 100 years. Steeped in history, it’s a special place, with a tight-knit community that loves all that life by the sea – and being within easy reach of Norfolk’s many charms – has to offer. Already dreaming about life by the coast? Here are three reasons why Caister-on-Sea is a pitch-perfect place to buy a holiday home.

1. The park experiences

The exclusive owners’ lounge is where many a life-long friendship has been formed over a cuppa. Owners also have use of private pool times, exclusive events and many more on-site benefits. 

Caister-on-Sea's long history makes it a household name for holidays, and its family-friendly facilities are as good as you’d expect. There’s a new Adventure Village, complete with Aerial Adventure, and a plethora of activities from archery to crazy golf and from segways to off-roading. The heated indoor pool with multi-lane slide is popular with guests young and old, and there are plenty of family-friendly dining options, and two entertainment venues to dance the night away in.

2. The surroundings

2. The surroundings

If you do like to be beside the seaside, there’s no better place than Caister-on-Sea. Stroll along the boardwalk to reach miles of sandy beaches, grab a picnic, or wander into Caister village for a spot of shopping and a portion of fish and chips. The village boasts its own Roman Fort and ruined Castle, and is well-worth the 15-minute walk to explore it.

3. The things to do

3. The things to do
Great Yarmouth: in the coastal hall of fame

Great Yarmouth, with its many beaches and attractions, is only a 15-minute drive or bus ride away. One of the UK’s best-loved seaside towns, it’s full to the brim with things to do. We recommend the Pleasure Beach amusement park on the town’s famous Golden Mile, or the Joyland amusement park which has a wide range of rides beside the Britannia Pier. Or you can explore the region’s rich maritime history with a visit to the Time and Tide Museum. 

These new pitches are filling fast! 

Does Caister-on-Sea sound like the pitch-perfect park for you? Don't miss out on your space! Book your visit with our team today.