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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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Situated within the private grounds of Athelington Hall in the idyllic North Suffolk countryside, these well appointed lodges are perfect for a peaceful, away from it all rural holiday.
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Breydon Water Holiday Park provides a unique blend of leisure and adventure, making it an ideal destination for families, fitness enthusiasts, and those seeking a peaceful retreat in the Norfolk countryside.
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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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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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Cherry Tree Holiday Park in North Norfolk presents a delightful getaway for families and individuals seeking a mix of relaxation and activity.
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Eastern Beach Caravan park is located just a few steps away from from Norfolk’s golden sand beaches.
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Fairway Lakes Lodges are beautifully positioned in a stunning development within the grounds of Caldecott Hall Golf Club and Spa.
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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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Set in the heart of the Suffolk countryside, this charming, holiday glamping park, that has been awarded Best Luxury Countryside Glamping Site - East Anglia by European Travel Awards 2022, delivers the perfect setting for a delightful and relaxing glamping experience.
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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 is the perfect holiday destination to enjoy a beautiful seaside location, long walks along the beach, and impressive scenery, plus you’ll find so much to do! Further afield you’ll find great attractions including the Walsham National Nature Reserve, Norfolk Lavender Gardens and lively Hunstanton all minutes away.
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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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Norfolk Park & Sight Seeing Guide

Embark on a Norfolk adventure where the Broads beckon with boating escapades and the coastline tempts with sandy stretches. Savour the fresh, local seafood and market town bites, or cycle through the countryside that inspired the paintings of John Constable. Norfolk’s rich tapestry includes the medieval marvel of Norwich Cathedral and the Queen’s Sandringham Estate. Did you know? Norfolk is the combined sunrise and sunset spot in the UK, thanks to its unique east-west coastline. Opting for a holiday park break offers families the flexibility to explore, with on-site entertainment and a homely base to recharge after a day of discovery.

Have You Discovered UK Holiday Parks?

UK holiday parks are essentially self-contained resorts offering a variety of accommodation options such as caravans, lodges, or chalets. They often include on-site amenities like swimming pools, entertainment venues, and kids’ clubs. Expect a community vibe with activities and facilities geared towards families.

Benefits over hotels: More space, self-catering facilities, and often cheaper for families. You get the freedom to eat in, which can save money, and there’s usually more for kids to do right on your doorstep.

Benefits over flying abroad: No stressful airports, no luggage limits, and you’re contributing to the local economy. Plus, you can often take your pets, and there’s no language barrier or currency exchange to worry about.

Why Take Your 2024 Family Holiday Park Break in Norfolk?

Norfolk is a gem for family breaks, with its broads, beaches, and a laid-back vibe. It’s not just about boat trips and medieval cathedrals; there’s a cool, contemporary side too. For 2024, look out for new play areas and upgraded facilities at parks.

Festivals and events: The Norfolk & Norwich Festival is a cultural feast, and the Crab & Lobster Festival in Cromer is a must for seafood lovers.

Why a holiday park here? They offer a base to explore without the formality of a hotel. Norfolk’s holiday parks are often coastal, meaning you’re never too far from a beach.

What’s unique? The Norfolk Broads – a network of navigable rivers and lakes – is pretty special.

If you’re visiting Norfolk with kids

Norfolk is brilliant for kids, with its mix of countryside, coastline, and attractions like BeWILDerwood and Dinosaur Adventure. Holiday parks in the UK, especially in Norfolk, are designed with families in mind, offering plenty of space and activities.

Main attractions for kids: The beaches are great for sandcastle building, and many parks have kid-friendly pools and play areas.

Why a holiday park? They’re a safe environment for kids to make friends and play, with entertainment teams often on hand to keep them busy.

  1. Swimwear and towels for pool and beach
  2. Sunscreen and hats for protection
  3. Wellies and raincoats for unpredictable weather
  4. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  5. Games and books for quiet evenings
  6. Buckets and spades for the beach
  7. Child-friendly insect repellent

Pet Friendly Norfolk Adventures

Norfolk welcomes pets with open arms. Many holiday parks are pet-friendly, and there’s a plethora of walks to enjoy.

Pet-friendly pubs and restaurants: The Orange Tree in Thornham and The Gunton Arms near Cromer are great choices for dining with your furry friends.

Other tips: Always check beach pet restrictions, as some Norfolk beaches have seasonal rules.

Dog walking ideas in Norfolk

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Holkham Beach 3 Coastal NR23 1DR
Blickling Estate 4.5 Woodland NR11 6NF
Thetford Forest Variable Forest IP24 2HX
Norfolk Broads 2.5 Riverside NR12 8RX
Whitlingham Country Park 2 Lake & Woodland NR14 8TR

Dining at the park, or heading out

Holiday parks often have on-site restaurants, which are super convenient for families. Norfolk’s local cuisine includes Cromer crab and samphire.

Best pubs or restaurants: The Wiveton Bell and The Fritton Arms are fantastic for families, offering local produce and a friendly atmosphere.

For couples: Try Morston Hall for a romantic, Michelin-starred experience.

Outdoor Family Adventures

Norfolk’s outdoor activity centres like Extreeme Adventure and Hilltop Outdoor Centre offer tree-top adventures and zip-lining.

Watersports: The Broads are perfect for canoeing and sailing. Expect to pay around £15-£30 per person for most activities.

Seasonal opening times: Many centres are open from Easter to October, but it’s best to check in advance.

Nearby shopping

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Royal Arcade Shopping Arcade Boutiques & Cafés NR2 1NQ
Norwich Market Outdoor Market Local Goods & Street Food NR2 1ND
Holt Market Town Antiques & Galleries NR25 6BG
Castle Mall Shopping Centre High Street Brands NR1 3DD
Wroxham Barns Crafts & Boutiques Artisan Products NR12 8QU

Top Parks for 2024 in Norfolk

Vauxhall Holiday Park, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 8 | Pet friendly? No

About this park: Vauxhall Holiday Park is a treasure trove of fun, located in the heart of Great Yarmouth, offering a plethora of activities for all ages, including a tropical water park, adventure golf, and live entertainment venues, making it an ideal family destination.

For the kids – The park is a children’s paradise with a Tropical Waterworld, outdoor Splash Zone, a treehouse adventure playground, mini bowling, snooker, and the new Virtual Reality Experience, ensuring endless entertainment.

What’s on-site? On-site, you’ll find the V-Arena and V-Lounge for nightly family-friendly entertainment, Reedcutter’s Restaurant, and various takeaways like Pizza Box and Thunderbird Fried Chicken. The park also features a supermarket, gift shop, and Wi-Fi access. The swimming pools are a standout, with indoor and outdoor options providing a tropical escape.

What’s nearby? Nearby attractions include Great Yarmouth with its sandy beaches and pier amusements (driving time: approximately 10 minutes), offering a mix of traditional seaside fun and modern attractions, with many venues free to enter and activities available at various costs.

Accommodation options: Vauxhall Holiday Park offers a range of accommodations from the Eagle caravan for 6 guests to the Wensum 2 Bed Lodge for a more intimate group of 4, all double glazed and centrally heated to ensure a comfortable stay.


Tydd St Giles Resort, Lincolnshire

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Tydd St Giles Resort is a serene escape nestled in the Cambridgeshire Fens, boasting a leisure complex with an indoor pool, an 18-hole golf course, and a nature trail, perfect for a tranquil family holiday with a touch of luxury.

For the kids – While the park is more serene, children can enjoy the indoor pool and nature trail, plus nearby attractions suitable for family outings.

What’s on-site? The resort features a leisure complex with a gym, steam room, and sauna, Stables Bar and Restaurant, The Spikes Bar, and Wi-Fi access. The swimming pool is part of a comprehensive leisure complex that may require additional charges.

What’s nearby? Kings Lynn (driving time: approximately 15 minutes) and the North Norfolk coast are close by, offering historical sites and beautiful landscapes to explore, with costs varying depending on the activity.

Accommodation options: Accommodations range from the Royale St Georges VIP lodge with a private hot tub to the pet-friendly Royale Birkdale, catering to various group sizes and preferences.


Summerfields Holiday Park, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Summerfields Holiday Park is a charming coastal retreat in Scratby, offering an indoor heated swimming pool, a variety of dining options, and a range of activities for children, making it a perfect family getaway.

For the kids – Kids’ Clubs, an adventure playground, and a soft play area provide ample opportunities for fun and entertainment for the younger guests.

What’s on-site? The park features The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant, an indoor heated pool with a spa bath, crazy golf, and an amusement arcade. The pool area is a highlight, providing a spa bath and a warm environment for family enjoyment.

What’s nearby? Great Yarmouth (driving time: approximately 15 minutes) offers seaside amusements and the Sea Life Centre, while the Norfolk Broads and Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens are also within easy reach, with entry fees varying.

Accommodation options: From the Skegness Apartment for 4 guests to the pet-friendly Mablethorpe Chalet for 6, the park offers a variety of chalets and apartments to suit different family sizes and needs.


Searles Leisure Resort, Norfolk

Driving Distance: 0.00 miles / About 0 hours | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

About this park: Searles Leisure Resort is a coastal gem in Hunstanton, offering an impressive range of activities, entertainment, and dining options, set against the backdrop of the beautiful north Norfolk coastline.

For the kids – The resort boasts indoor and outdoor pools with slides, a children’s pool, an adventure playground, and a soft play area, ensuring kids have plenty to do.

What’s on-site? The resort features a variety of bars and restaurants, a gym, a beauty salon, and an extensive swimming complex with a heated indoor pool, outdoor pool with slide, and a splash pad.

What’s nearby? Hunstanton’s seaside attractions and Sandringham House are within easy reach (driving time: approximately 5 minutes), offering a mix of royal history and traditional seaside fun, with varying costs for different activities.

Accommodation options: Searles Leisure Resort offers a range of static caravans like the Classic Rio 6, as well as pet-friendly options, ensuring a comfortable stay for families and their furry friends.


Family Days Out In Norfolk

Norfolk is a treasure trove of family fun, with holiday parks dotted around offering easy access to some of the best attractions. Whether you’re after adrenaline-fueled adventures or educational excursions, there’s something for everyone. Let’s dive into six top spots that are sure to make your holiday memorable.

BeWILDerwood Norfolk

  • Opening Times: 10am – 5:30pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: £17.50 – £22.50 (height-based pricing)
  • Postcode: NR12 8JW
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, included in ticket price

This whimsical outdoor adventure park is perfect for families with kids who love to climb, explore, and let their imaginations run wild. With treehouses, zip wires, and marsh walks, it’s a magical day out. Don’t miss the Curious Treehouse Adventure, and try to visit on a weekday outside of school holidays to avoid the crowds.

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


Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach

  • Opening Times: 11am – 5pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: Free entry, pay-per-ride or wristbands from £13.50
  • Postcode: NR30 3EH
  • Est. time required: 2-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, paid

A classic seaside amusement park, Great Yarmouth Pleasure Beach offers rides for all ages, from the historic Roller Coaster to the dizzying Whirlwind. It’s a hit with thrill-seekers and families alike. Grab a wristband for the best value, and check out the evening discounts during summer.

Phone number: 01493 844585 | Web: www.pleasure-beach.co.uk


Banham Zoo

  • Opening Times: 9:30am – 5pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: £15.85 – £21.95 (online discounts available)
  • Postcode: NR16 2HE
  • Est. time required: 4-6 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Animal lovers will be in their element at Banham Zoo, home to over 2,000 animals. Check out the daily animal talks and feeding times to learn more about your favourite creatures. The Giraffe House is a must-see, and if you’re visiting with little ones, the zoo’s train ride is a fun way to see the sights.

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


Wroxham Miniature Worlds

  • Opening Times: 10am – 5pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: £8.50 – £12.50
  • Postcode: NR12 8QJ
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

This indoor attraction is the largest of its kind in the UK, featuring intricate model railways, slot car displays, and a Lego city. It’s a hit with hobbyists and kids who can’t get enough of miniature worlds. The interactive play areas are a bonus, and the venue is ideal for a rainy day escape.

Phone number: 01603 781728 | Web: www.wroxhamminiatureworlds.co.uk


Holkham Hall & Estate

  • Opening Times: 10am – 5pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: £8 – £17 (estate entry, additional for hall)
  • Postcode: NR23 1AB
  • Est. time required: 3-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, paid

Holkham Hall is an elegant 18th-century estate with stunning grounds, a deer park, and a walled garden. It’s a serene spot for a family picnic or a leisurely walk. The interactive Field to Fork Experience and the woodland play area are great for kids. Check their calendar for special events like open-air concerts and theatre shows.

Phone number: 01328 710227 | Web: www.holkham.co.uk


The Dinosaur Adventure Park

  • Opening Times: 9:30am – 5pm (varies seasonally)
  • Prices: £13.95 – £16.95
  • Postcode: NR9 5JW
  • Est. time required: 4-5 hours
  • Nearest parking: On-site, free

Dino enthusiasts will be thrilled with a visit to The Dinosaur Adventure Park. With life-sized models, a dinosaur trail, and interactive exhibits, it’s a roaring good time. Don’t miss the ‘Dinomite’ indoor play area and the ‘Deer Safari’ for a chance to see some modern-day creatures up close.

Phone number: 01603 876310 | Web: www.dinosauradventure.co.uk


When planning your next family getaway, consider the variety of holiday parks in Norfolk as a base to explore these fantastic attractions. Each offers a unique experience that will keep the whole family entertained and create lasting memories. Remember to book tickets in advance where possible, and always check for any seasonal events or special offers that could enhance your visit. Enjoy your adventure in Norfolk!

FAQs

This is our first stay on a holiday park, what will it be like?

Expect a blend of relaxation and activity. Holiday parks like Haven Seashore and Vauxhall Holiday Park offer pools, live entertainment, and kids’ clubs. Accommodations range from caravans to lodges, often with self-catering facilities. It’s a community vibe, with plenty of chances to meet new friends.

What should I pack when visiting Norfolk?

Pack layers for changeable weather, plus your beach gear for sunny days on the coast. Don’t forget walking boots for exploring the Broads and a waterproof jacket. Most parks, like Wild Duck Holiday Park, provide bed linen, but check if you need to bring towels or kitchen essentials.

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

Absolutely! Norfolk’s charm isn’t just for summer. Places like Potters Resort offer year-round entertainment. Off-season means quieter beaches, peaceful walks, and cosy pub lunches. Plus, many holiday parks offer heated indoor facilities, making it a great choice for an autumn or winter break.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, if you’ve booked a lodge with a hot tub at places like Woodland Holiday Park, it’ll be cleaned and ready for your arrival. Parks follow strict hygiene protocols to ensure your safety and comfort. Just slip in and relax!

Can we bring our pets to the holiday park?

Many holiday parks in Norfolk are pet-friendly, like Cherry Tree Holiday Park. They understand that pets are part of the family. You’ll find specific pet-friendly accommodations and sometimes even special amenities for your furry friends. Always check the park’s pet policy before booking.

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

Booking activities varies by park. Some, like Hopton Holiday Village, have apps or online systems where you can book before arrival. During peak times, it’s wise to book in advance to secure your spot. Off-peak, you might get away with booking on the day, but it’s a gamble.

Are there any discounts for local attractions?

Yes, holiday parks often have partnerships with local attractions. Check the reception or welcome pack at your park for discount vouchers. Places like Kelling Heath might offer deals for nearby zoos, museums, or adventure parks. It’s a win-win for a fun day out and saving some quid.

What dining options will we have?

Most parks have on-site restaurants, like Manor Park Holiday Village, offering family-friendly dining. For self-catering, local supermarkets are nearby, and some parks have their own convenience stores. Fancy a meal out? Norfolk’s full of great pubs and eateries, especially fresh seafood spots along the coast.

What’s the best way to explore the local area?

Renting a bike or bringing your own is a fab way to see the sights. Norfolk’s relatively flat, so it’s great for cycling. Or, if you’re at a park like California Cliffs, you’re close to public transport links for wider exploration. Car hire is another option for maximum flexibility.

Are there any medical facilities on-site or nearby?

While most parks don’t have on-site medical facilities, they’re equipped with first aid kits and staff trained to handle minor incidents. For anything more serious, you’ll find GP surgeries and hospitals in nearby towns. Always check with the park’s reception for the nearest medical services.

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