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Peacefully situated on a quiet stretch of the beautiful Norfolk coast, this small family park, enjoys direct beach access over sand dunes offering wonderful panoramic views.
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Set just back from the main river and complete with a row dinghy for you to relax, enjoy and explore the Norfolk Broads.
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California Cliffs Holiday Park offers a retreat for families, couples, and friends alike.
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With its well-stocked fishing lakes, tranquil location and abundance of leisure facilities, Carlton Meres Holiday Park is an ideal place for your family holiday.
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Boasting a wonderful setting overlooking the North Norfolk coast, this cosy small, family-run park sits in the peaceful village of Bacton-on-Sea.
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Felixstowe Beach enjoys a fantastic coastal location, just minutes away from a stunning beach along the Sunrise Coast.
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Field View at Mundesley is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, situated close to the beach on the stunning North Norfolk coast.
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Haveringland Hall

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Haveringland Hall Resort, perfectly placed for exploring the abundant delights of Norfolk.
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Hawthorn Glen Lodges is beautifully positioned less than one mile form the quaint market town of Downham Market, which boasts plenty of shops and restaurants, with easy access to Kings Lynn, Norwich and Cambridge, Hawthorn Glen Lodges offer the perfect escape from day to day life.
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Heacham Beach Holiday Park, nestled in the stunning coastal region of North Norfolk, offers a blend of relaxation and activity, perfect for families and individuals alike.
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Heathside Lodges is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, a family run location, enjoying a stunning and secluded setting close to the Broads and picturesque Suffolk coast.
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Hemsby Beach Holiday Park is part of our Go Active Breaks+ Collection, enviably set just 350 yards from the golden sands and rolling dunes of Hemsby’s famously lovely beach.
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High Lodge

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Set amidst 120 acres of tranquil woodland and delightful Suffolk countryside, these luxury lodges boast an excellent location close to the renowned coastal hotspots of Southwold, Aldeburgh and RSPB Minsmere.
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Set in ten acres of beautiful mature parkland, King’s Lynn Holiday Park complements a tranquil setting with a base for exploration, creating a perfect retreat for couples and families seeking to escape and relax in a rural idyll.
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Beautifully positioned in the heart of Norfolk’s stunning countryside, Langmere Lakes complements a tranquil setting with fantastic contemporary design, creating a perfect retreat for couples and families seeking to escape and relax in a rural idyll.
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east-anglia Park & Visitor Guide

Embark on an enchanting journey to East Anglia where history and adventure blend seamlessly. Nestled in England's heart, your family will love the stunning coastlines, majestic Norwich Cathedral, and the thrill of various outdoor activities. (Even sky-diving, if you're up for it!) Be captivated by the magical BeWILDerwood Norfolk, a realm where whimsical creatures and treetop adventures await. Step back in time at Holkham Hall or lose yourselves in the festive spirit of Thursford if you're visiting at Christmas. With a UK getaway at a holiday park, you're promised a safe, friendly base with everything you need on site. From the royal elegance of The Sandringham Estate to the playful encounters at Africa Alive. In East Anglia, every moment is a discovery, every corner a new adventure. A holiday filled with memories you'll want to share!

Have You Discovered UK Holiday Parks?

These self-contained resorts offer caravans, lodges, and sometimes tents or glamping pods. You can enjoy a range of facilities including swimming pools, entertainment venues, kids' clubs, and restaurants. They're designed for families looking for a break where everything is on your doorstep!

Holiday parks offer more space and freedom than hotels, such as separate bedrooms, living areas, and your own outdoor space. With the added bonus of on-site amenities and entertainment. They're self-catering too, saving money on dining out.

Going for a UK holiday park means you can forget about stressful airports, and luggage restrictions, and you can pack the car with as many of your home comforts as you like. Plus, you're contributing to the local economy and reducing your carbon footprint.

Why Take Your 2024 Family Holiday Park Break in East Anglia?

East Anglia is a perfect for family breaks, with its mix of countryside, coastline, and cultural spots.  The area hosts vibrant festivals, like the Norfolk and Norwich Festival, offering family-friendly performances.  Holiday parks here give you a base to explore unique local villages and nature reserves, unlike the more generic hotel experience.

If you're visiting East Anglia with kids

East Anglia is a hit for kids, with attractions like Bewilderwood in Norfolk and the Suffolk Owl Sanctuary. Holiday parks in the UK are geared up for families, with kids' clubs and activities. They offer the chance for your little ones to make new friends and for you to relax knowing they're entertained.

Pet Friendly Getaways

Absolutely, East Anglia is pet-friendly. Pubs like The Ship at Dunwich welcome dogs, as do many others. Remember to bring a lead, water bowl, and your pet's bed to make them feel at home. Some parks even offer doggy welcome packs.

Dog walking ideas in East Anglia

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Thetford Forest Varies Woodland IP24 3TQ
Southwold Beach 2.5 Coastal IP18 6TB
Holkham Estate 3 Country estate NR23 1AB
Constable Country Walk 4.5 Rural/river CO7 6UL
Brandon Country Park 1-7 Forest/parkland IP27 0SU

Dining at the park, or heading out

Holiday parks often boast on-site restaurants, serving up everything from quick bites to hearty meals. Local cuisine? Try the Cromer crab or Suffolk pork. For family-friendly dining, The Jolly Sailors in Brancaster Staithe is a hit. Couples might enjoy Tuddenham Mill for a more intimate setting.

Outdoor Family Adventures

East Anglia is packed with outdoor centres like High Lodge in Thetford Forest, offering activities from cycling to Go Ape tree-top adventures. Watersports more your thing? Check out Whitlingham Adventure for sailing or canoeing. Prices vary, but a family of four can expect to spend around £30-£100 depending on the activity. Seasonal opening times apply, so check ahead.

Nearby shopping

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Grand Arcade Shopping Centre High-street brands CB2 3BJ
Snape Maltings Arts & Crafts Local crafts, gifts IP17 1SP
Norwich Market Outdoor Market Food, clothing, souvenirs NR2 1ND
Bury St Edmunds Shopping Town Boutiques, eateries IP33 1LZ
Castle Mall Shopping Centre Varied shops, food court NR1 3DD


Top Parks for 2024 in East Anglia

Waveney River Centre, Norfolk

Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Waveney River Centre offers an award-winning riverside holiday experience with its private marina, perfect for exploring the Broads National Park. The park combines superb facilities with a serene location, featuring luxury accommodations with hot tubs, an indoor heated pool, and the Waveney Inn.

For the kids - Children can enjoy the play area and the ferry to Carlton Marshes nature reserve. The park's rural setting encourages outdoor exploration, making it an ideal spot for young adventurers.

What's on-site? Guests have access to a range of facilities including Wi-Fi, boat mooring, and launching facilities. The Waveney Inn serves local food, and there's a shop for basic needs. The indoor heated pool is a highlight, and guests should note that towels are not provided. The bar and restaurant offer a festive menu during December, and it's recommended to book in advance.

What's nearby? The park is set within the countryside, so having your own transport is recommended. Nearby attractions include the Broads National Park, perfect for boating and wildlife watching. The historic city of Norwich is within driving distance, offering shopping, a castle, and a cathedral.

Accommodation options: Waveney River Centre provides a range of luxurious lodges suitable for couples and families, with options sleeping up to 6 guests. Pet-friendly accommodations are available, and many come with private hot tubs.


Vauxhall Holiday Park, Norfolk

Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Vauxhall Holiday Park is a family entertainment hub with a tropical waterworld, outdoor splash zone, and a range of activities including mini-golf and a VR experience. The park offers evening entertainment, various dining options, and is now dog-friendly.

For the kids - The park boasts a tropical waterworld, outdoor splash zone, adventure playground, and a range of activities such as mini-golf and mini-bowling, ensuring kids are entertained throughout their stay.

What's on-site? On-site amenities include Reedcutter's Restaurant, various takeaways, and Scoops for sweet treats. There's also a supermarket, newsagents, and a gift shop. Wi-Fi is available in designated areas, and there's an entertainment venue for nightly shows.

What's nearby? The seaside town of Great Yarmouth is a short drive away, offering sandy beaches, a pier with amusements, and a variety of shops and eateries. It's a great spot for a traditional seaside day out.

Accommodation options: The park offers a variety of modern caravans and lodges, with options sleeping up to 8 guests. All accommodations are well-equipped, but pet-friendly options are not available.


Valley Farm, Essex

Sleeps: Up to 8 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Valley Farm is a family-friendly park located near Clacton-on-Sea, offering a range of activities including indoor and outdoor swimming pools, sports courts, and an adventure playground. The park also features The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant.

For the kids - Kids can enjoy the indoor and outdoor heated pools, kids clubs, adventure playground, and multi-sports court, ensuring there's never a dull moment.

What's on-site? The park includes an amusement arcade, The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant, Costa Coffee, and an entertainment venue. A convenience store and launderette are also available, with free Wi-Fi in designated areas.

What's nearby? Just a five-minute drive from Clacton Beach and Pier, the park is also close to Brightlingsea and Colchester, offering a mix of seaside fun and historical exploration.

Accommodation options: Valley Farm provides a selection of caravans and lodges, with options sleeping up to 8 guests. Pet-friendly accommodations are available, and some options include hot tubs.


Tydd St Giles Resort, Lincolnshire

Sleeps: Up to 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Tydd St Giles Resort is set in the Cambridgeshire Fens and offers a leisure complex with an indoor pool, gym, steam room, and sauna. The park features a golf course, fishing, and a nature trail, making it an ideal retreat for relaxation and outdoor activities.

For the kids - While the park is more serene, children can still enjoy the indoor pool and nature trail, as well as the spacious outdoor areas for play.

What's on-site? The park includes Stables Bar and Restaurant, The Spikes Bar, and Café Revive. There's also a beer garden and Wi-Fi access in designated areas. The golf course and fishing facilities are highlights for enthusiasts.

What's nearby? The resort is a short drive from Kings Lynn and the North Norfolk coast, offering historical sites and scenic coastal walks.

Accommodation options: Accommodations include modern lodges with options for families and groups, sleeping up to 6 guests. Pet-friendly options are available, and some lodges feature private hot tubs.


Family Days Out In East Anglia

East Anglia is a gem for family holidays, with holiday parks dotted around the region providing easy access to the main attractions. Whether you're after adrenaline-pumping rides or educational experiences, there's something for everyone.

BeWILDerwood Norfolk

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check their website
  • Prices: Tiered pricing, under 92cm free
  • Postcode: NR12 8JW
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, included in ticket price

BeWILDerwood is an outdoor adventure park with a twist. It's perfect for families who love a good story and outdoor play. The park is based on the magical children's books by Tom Blofeld and is all about running wild, with treehouses, zip wires, and jungle bridges. There's nothing new-fangled here, just pure imaginative fun. The best time to visit is during weekdays to avoid the weekend rush.

Our Tip: Wear comfy clothes and bring a picnic to save some holiday cash.

Phone number: 01692 633033 | Web: www.bewilderwood.co.uk


Pleasurewood Hills

  • Opening Times: Varies, typically 10am-5pm in season
  • Prices: Online discounts available
  • Postcode: NR32 4TZ
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Pleasurewood Hills is a thrill-seeker's haven with roller coasters, water rides, and family-friendly shows. The park's highlights include Wipeout, the tallest and fastest roller coaster in the East, and the family classic, the Carousel. They've recently added Marble Madness, a spinning coaster for all ages. To beat the queues, get there early and head to the back of the park first.

Our Tip: There are often deals online so check before you go.

Phone number: 01502 586000 | Web: www.pleasurewoodhills.com


Banham Zoo

  • Opening Times: Daily, 9:30am-5pm (or dusk if earlier)
  • Prices: Discounts for online bookings
  • Postcode: NR16 2HE
  • Est. time required: 4-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Banham Zoo is a fantastic day out for animal lovers. Home to over 2,000 animals, this award-winning family attraction offers an immersive experience. Don't miss the Giraffe House and the Birds of Prey display. They've recently introduced a new California Sea Lion enclosure. Visit during feeding times for an extra special experience.

Phone number: 01953 887771 | Web: www.banhamzoo.co.uk


The Broads National Park

  • Opening Times: Open all year, boat hire times vary
  • Prices: Free to explore, boat hire varies
  • Postcode: Varies by location
  • Est. time required: Half to full day
  • Nearest parking: Varies by location

The Broads National Park is a network of navigable waterways and lakes. It's ideal for families who enjoy nature and boating. You can hire a boat for the day or take a guided tour. There's always something new to see, from the changing seasons to the diverse wildlife. Early mornings are particularly serene on the water.

Our Tip: Pack a picnic but check the weather forecast before setting sail!

Web: www.visitthebroads.co.uk


Africa Alive!

  • Opening Times: Daily, 9:30am-5pm (or dusk if earlier)
  • Prices: Discounts for online bookings
  • Postcode: NR34 7TF
  • Est. time required: 4-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Africa Alive! is an African-themed wildlife park that's home to animals from across the continent. The Walking Safari and the 'Plains of Africa' are must-dos, giving you the chance to see lions, giraffes, and rhinos up close. They've recently added a new 'Lemur Encounters' area. For a quieter visit, go on a weekday.

Our Tip: Check feeding times for a more interactive experience and consider adopting an animal as a unique souvenir.

Phone number: 01502 740291 | Web: www.africa-alive.co.uk


Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens

  • Opening Times: Daily, 10am-5pm
  • Prices: Discounts for online bookings
  • Postcode: NR29 3DR
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a special spot for those interested in conservation. The park has a collection of Asian mammals, birds, and reptiles. The Tiger Tree Walk and the Crocodile House are particularly unique. They've been working on new habitats to enrich the animals' environment. Visit on a weekday to avoid crowds.

Our Tip: The gardens are great for picnics, so pack one and enjoy the scenic spots.

Phone number: 01493 369477 | Web: www.thrigbyhall.com


Guests Ask

What should I pack when visiting East Anglia?

Pack for all weather – a raincoat and wellies for showers, and sunscreen for the beach days. Bring your own towels, especially for the pool or beach. If you're self-catering, check what's provided at your park; some basics might be needed.

Is East Anglia a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! East Anglia's charm isn't just for summer. There are plenty of indoor activities and subtropical swimming paradises year-round. Off-season means fewer crowds at attractions like the Norfolk Broads, and many parks offer discounted rates.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, if your accommodation includes a hot tub, it will be cleaned and maintained to high standards before you check-in. Parks ensure a pristine and ready-to-use hot tub, so you can jump straight into relaxation mode.

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many holiday parks in East Anglia are pet-friendly. They understand that pets are part of the family. Just check the park's pet policy before booking, as there might be restrictions on the number of pets or specific accommodations.

How do we book activities, and do they need to be booked in advance?

Booking activities vary by park. Some, like Potters Resort, include activities in your stay, while others may charge extra. It's wise to book in advance, especially during peak times, to secure your spot. Check the park's website or call ahead to plan your schedule.

Are there any discounts for local attractions?

Many holiday parks have partnerships with local attractions and can offer discounted tickets. Ask at reception or check the welcome pack in your accommodation. For example, guests at Parkdean Resorts might find deals for nearby zoos or heritage railways.

What dining options will we find at the holiday park?

You'll usually find a mix of dining options, from on-site restaurants and takeaways to convenience stores for self-catering. Parks like Butlins Skegness offer dining plans, while others might host food trucks or have partnerships with local eateries for delivery services.

Is there Wi-Fi available, and is it free?

Most holiday parks offer Wi-Fi these days, with many providing it free of charge in communal areas. In some parks, like Vauxhall Holiday Park, you may have to pay for in-accommodation Wi-Fi. Always check the specifics before you go, especially if you need to stay connected.

What kind of evening entertainment can we expect?

You're in for a treat with a variety of shows, live music, and quizzes. Parks like Hopton Holiday Village are known for their family-friendly performances. The entertainment is often included in your stay, so you can enjoy a lively night without leaving the park.

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