Between the sea and the Broads
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
3 of our holiday parks in Norfolk are near the famous seaside resort Great Yarmouth. So, you'll get every chance to squidge some sand between your toes. If you do fancy something a little different, our 4th park, Wild Duck, is a leafy, watery woodland park on the edge of the Broads. Hushed green forest walks and guided wild food foraging await. We also have some great new developments at Hopton and Seashore.
Touring and camping in Norfolk
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 Play Pass included in your booking.
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