Between the sea and the Broads

Norfolk holiday parks and campsites

Holidays in Norfolk mean peace. It's one of the quietest counties in Britain – an oasis of calm with big skies, dramatic sunsets and wide stretches of North Sea coastline. When thinking of Norfolk holidays, most minds will naturally turn to the Norfolk Broads and its interconnected rivers, ponds, salt marshes and lakes. But don't forget – as well as greenery and wide wet open spaces, you'll find a coastline that runs for nearly 100 miles.

Parks in the region

Our parks in Norfolk

Three of our holiday parks in Norfolk are near Great Yarmouth, a famous seaside resort for donkey's years. So you'll still have every chance to squidge some sand between your toes. If you do fancy something a little different, our fourth park, Wild Duck, is a leafy, watery woodland park on the edge of the Broads. If you like the (very quiet) sound of that, hushed green forest walks and guided wild food foraging await.

Near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Caister-on-Sea

Caister-on-Sea is a big family holiday experience in every sense and is home to one of our most popular campsites in Great Yarmouth. Just over the dunes beside the park, the giant sandy beach offers endless space for chilling out and building sandcastles. Back on park, you can make the most of all that this all-action park has to offer, from abseiling and fencing to bowling and a heated indoor pool.

  • Direct access to miles of golden beach
  • A traditional seaside holiday park
Find out more about Caister-on-Sea

Near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Hopton

Hopton is a big, green oasis of landscaped leisure. Stunning sea views, a 9-hole par 3 golf course and all the fun of Great Yarmouth on your doorstep. Build sandcastles on the sandy beach, splash about in the gorgeous outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat and chill out on the terrace of The Garden House bar and restaurant.

  • A garden village by the sea
  • Short drive to the seaside town of Great Yarmouth

Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Seashore

Across from a large sandy beach and overlooking Yarmouth's Race Track, Seashore is a front runner for seaside family holidays. Close to the buzzing beach of Great Yarmouth, this lively park offers its own excitement with a great outdoor SplashZone where you can relax and enjoy a drink on the Mash and Barrel terrace.

  • Speedy road train or walking distance to the attractions of Great Yarmouth
  • The only park on Great Yarmouth’s lovely beach front

Near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

Wild Duck

If you're looking for a quieter and more laid-back atmosphere in lovely mature woodland, Wild Duck is ideally situated just a few miles inland from Great Yarmouth, making it one of our more relaxing Norfolk parks. Trips to the beach are an easy option or explore the Norfolk Broads, by car or boat.

  • Set amongst the trees and lakes of a beautiful forest
  • Only four miles away from Gorleston's sandy beach
Find out more about Wild Duck

Touring and camping in Norfolk

Pitch, park and relax

If you’d like to bring your own tent or tourer to Norfolk, we’d love to welcome you to Haven. You’ll find pitches for touring caravans at Wild Duck and Caister-on-Sea, and camping at Wild Duck. We have great facilities and different types of pitches to choose from. And you’ll be able to join in with all the usual Haven fun with your free Fun Pass included in your booking.

Your own Norfolk holiday home

Static caravans for sale

Who wouldn't want the chance to return to endless sandy beaches, river trips, woodland glades and the Norfolk Broads? If that's your holiday heaven, come and join us at Haven. We've got static caravans for sale in Norfolk at all four of our holiday parks. As well as all your favourite Haven facilities, activities and entertainment, most have exclusive Owners' Lounges, gyms or special events too.

Learn more about ownership

Explore Norfolk

Places to visit

Rhinos at Africa Alive

Africa Alive

Norfolk Broads

Norfolk Broads

Wells-next-the-Sea

Wells-next-the-Sea

Great Yarmouth Quay at dusk

Great Yarmouth

A giraffe at Banham Zoo

Banham Zoo

People walking along Holme Dunes

Holme Dunes

Somerleyton Hall and gardens

Somerleyton Hall

A show in the Hippodrome Circus

Hippodrome Circus

Guests on a boat in Bewilderwood

Bewilderwood

Wide skies and beautiful sunsets

Explore the area

Norwich Castle, 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. Or spend the day with a different kind of animal – having a flutter on the horses at Great Yarmouth racecourse. Places to visit in Norfolk