Holidays in Norfolk
Norfolk caravan holiday parks
Fancy an extended period of peace and quiet? A Norfolk holiday is your answer. England’s easternmost county is an oasis of calm. The crisp countryside affords itself to big skies and dramatic sunsets, with the Norfolk Broads an area that is down in folklore. The county is lucky enough to have nearly 100 miles of coastline to its name too, dotted with charming towns and some real staples of the seaside along the way.
A Norfolk caravan holiday is a delight any one of our four parks. Three are close to the renowned town of Great Yarmouth, in coastal locations that are just waiting for you to sample the salty sea breeze. Wild Duck is our fourth Norfolk holiday park, notable for its position inland. Green forest walks and wonderful woodland await you here. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Norfolk.
Things to do in Norfolk
Outside of our parks, Norfolk's still got more to offer. For ancient architecture buffs, there are an amazing 659 medieval churches – that's the highest concentration in the world. And if you manage to get through them all, there's still the impressive Norwich Cathedral, or bonny Blickling Hall to fall back on.
Otherwise you could drive out to Cromer, Gorleston or Hunstanton, the best-loved beaches in Norfolk. Visit the Sealife Centres at Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton, Pettits Animal Adventure Park, or Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens. There's even two zoos, Banham and Amazona.
Sea Life Centre
Great Yarmouth Beach
Great Yarmouth Racecourse
Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park
Frequently asked questions
A predominantly rural county, Norfolk sits in eastern England within what’s known as East Anglia.
Boasting over 90 miles of coastline, Norfolk is a traditional haven for holidaymakers and holiday homeowners, offering a real retreat from the UK’s more populated places.
Despite being the fifth-largest English county in terms of land, Norfolk has a small population of just over 800,000 people, the majority of whom live in Norwich. Other towns include King’s Lynn, Great Yarmouth and Thetford.
A place where the sea breeze and country air meet in harmony, Norfolk offers a unique escape from the hustle and bustle and is situated perfectly whether you’re heading here from the north or south of Britain.
Norfolk is one of the few places towards the south of England that has mile after mile of untouched coastline.
The beautiful Norfolk Broads are the jewel in the crown of this county. Characterised by rolling hills and lush greenery, they are the sort of scene you expect to see on a postcard!
With four fantastic holiday parks for our guests to choose from, Haven is a premier choice for your next escape to Norfolk. Three of these family and dog-friendly places to stay surround the famous town of Great Yarmouth, perfectly positioned on the North Sea. Seashore and Caister-on-Sea holiday parks are to the north, whilst Hopton Holiday Park is a short distance south. We’ve mentioned the beauty of the Broads, and the inland Wild Duck Holiday Park is the place to discover these in all their glory.
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