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Holiday parks in Norfolk

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Holiday parks & touring campsites in Norfolk

The fourth largest county in England is also one of the quietest – an oasis of calm with big skies, dramatic sunsets and wide stretches of North Sea coastline...

Norfolk was the most populated and prosperous county in England – which is why it has the UK’s greatest concentration of medieval churches. Today, it’s famous for a slower pace of life. The regional capital Norwich has a remarkable cathedral, a Norman Castle, cobbled streets and more Tudor buildings than London. Norfolk's second town is Kings Lynn with its Historic Quarter, Purfleet Quay and Town Hall.

A trip to Norfolk wouldn’t be complete without zipping up your life jacket and jumping in a boat to explore the Norfolk Broads. So much of the Broads can't be reached by road, with hidden places, perfect fishing spots and close encounters with wildlife at every turn there is fun for the whole family.

The coast is dotted with intriguing villages – many were home to smuggling and piracy when local ports overflowed with spices and fine silks. There’s Blakeney with its flint cottages, tea-rooms and inns. And Burnham Market, known as ‘Chelsea on sea’ due to its upmarket shops and clientele.

Holidays in Norfolk has its classic seaside attractions, too – from the piers at Cromer and funfair at Great Yarmouth to the lighthouses at Hunstanton and Happisburgh, Norfolk really does have something for everyone.

Around the region

Things to do

  • 1Dinosaur Adventure
  • 2Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden
  • 3Great Yarmouth
  • 4Pleasure Beach
  • 5Redwings Horse Sanctuary
  • 6Africa Alive!

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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.

Norfolk poppies

Places to visit

Our parks in Norfolk

Caister-on-Sea, Nr Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
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Just over the dunes beside the park, Caister-on-Sea's giant sandy beach offers endless space for just chilling out, picnics, games, building sandcastles and other assorted beach activities. 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 heated indoor pool. Caister-on-Sea is a big family holiday experience in every sense and is one of our most popular campsites in Great Yarmouth.

Hopton, Nr Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

A big, green oasis of landscaped leisure, with the major family attractions of Great Yarmouth only a few miles away. You'll love relaxing around the gorgeous outdoor pool, plus there's a large indoor pool with a children's SplashZone and an endless beach for good measure. Hopton's lively but with a relaxed side - try tennis, cycle hire, bowling or golf.

Seashore, Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk

Across from a large sandy beach and next to Yarmouth Race Track, Seashore is a front runner for seaside family holidays. Close to the buzzing beach and amenities of revitalised 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.

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