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Why stay at a Caravan Park in Norfolk?

Looking to start looking for a holiday for next year? These 4 reasons will show you why Norfolk caravan parks are the perfect place to stay!

A beautiful coastline

Norfolk boasts some of the best beaches in the country. Its 90 miles of coastline offer plenty of variety, from stunning beaches with pristine sand to soaring cliffs, shingle spits, salt marshes and estuaries. At Holkham beach, you can walk miles in an unspoiled landscape of sand, sea, and sky. When you come and stay at a caravan park in Norfolk make sure to visit the rockier and more rugged beaches at Cromer and Sheringham. These spirited coastal towns have fantastic food options and regularly hold big events and festivals. The coast also includes an area of outstanding natural beauty and many nature reserves.

Sheringham Beach at sunset

Stately homes and countryside walks

Norfolk also has some stunning stately homes and estates that will take your breath away. Felbrigg Hall, Blickling Estate, Sandringham and Holkham Hall are all more than worth your time. They offer gorgeous garden walks, Deer parks, house tours that will blow you away and also delightful food options too. Staying at a Caravan park in Norfolk will give you the perfect base to set off and explore each day.

Felbrigg Hall

Family friendly

There are tonnes of things to do for your family when staying at a Norfolk caravan park. If you’re a family that’s into adventure then there’s the amazing Hilltop Outdoor Adventure Centre, Bewilderwood and Pensthorpe Natural Park. If you’re a family that prefer to be indoors then there are also great options in the form of large swimming pools like Reef Leisure Centre or Marina Leisure Centre. Norfolk also has incredibly fun indoor play areas like Hootz House, Roarr! Dinosaur Park and a collection of Trampoline Parks.

Hilltop outdoor adventure centre


If you’re into your wildlife then look no further than The Blakeney Nature Reserve, Cley and Salthouse marshes in North Norfolk. National Trust owned and extremely well protected, these areas of natural beauty are home to a plethora of wildlife including Common and Grey seals. Shorebirds such as Oystercatchers, Ringed Plovers, Turnstones, and Dunlins; and in the winter months Mallards, Wigeons, Teal, Pintails, and Pink-footed Geese. Greylags and Brent Geese start arriving in October.

Seals at Blakeney Point
Ian Ward