Norfolk Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
Although a mainly rural county there are four main urban areas in Norfolk; Great Yarmouth, King’s Lynn, Thetford and of course the counties biggest city, Norwich.
Norfolk Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in Norfolk.
|Company||Park Name/ Location||Review||Info|
|1||Wild Duck, Near Great Yarmouth||Review||Book | More Info|
|2||Caister-on-Sea, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk||Review||Book | More Info|
|3||Hopton, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk||Review||Book | More Info|
|4||Seashore, Great Yarmouth||Review||Book | More Info|
Norfolk Caravan Holidays
Great Yarmouth is also the counties most popular holiday resort offering a great mix of a seaside resort and as an entrance to the Norfolk Broad’s- a national park made up of rivers and lakes that attracts millions of holidaymakers each and every year.
Great Yarmouth is the counties most popular holiday resort offering miles upon miles of sandy beaches coupled with all you would expect from a seaside resort including family attractions, amusement arcades, a pier, promenade horse and cart rides whilst the resorts own theme park- Pleasure Beach- and model village are well worth a visit.
Aside from the seaside fun, Great Yarmouth also offers all you would expect from town including café’s, restaurants and shopping.
On the outskirts of the town you can find golf courses, rural villages and in the North both Great Yarmouth horse racing track, offering top quality horse racing meeting throughout the summer season, and Yarmouth stadium, featuring Greyhound racing, stock cars and banger racing.
From our point of view Great Yarmouth is also the major Norfolk holiday park destination of Norfolk caravan holidays. The resort offers a good range of medium to large holiday parks from the biggest operators as well as smaller operators and privately owned parks. So parks are located just a short walk into the centre of Great Yarmouth whilst overs are located in and around the beautiful countryside and coastline that surrounds the resort.
Cromer is a coastal town on the very Northern coastline of Norfolk. Traditionally a fishing town famed for its Cromer crab, it is now tourism that Cromer is famous for as holidaymakers are attracted to its small town charms, beautiful views over the North Sea into the Wash and attractions such as Cromer Pier.
There is a good choice of smaller holiday parks in and around the resort which also offer great exploration opportunities perfect for visiting the city of Norwich and the nearby Norfolk Broads.
Hunstanton is a small seaside resort on the North Norfolk coast facing the Wash and rarely for a seaside resort on the East coast, Hunstanton is west facing so you can watch the sunset over the sea.
Hunstanton is a great choice for those who like a relaxed approach to a caravan holiday with the beauty of the Norfolk coast the main attractions. Take a walk along the beach or enjoy the views form the cliff tops.
Norwich is the major urban area in the county and is the most important city. It acts as both the regional administrative centre and as the county town but it is also a popular city for holidaymakers thanks to its great range of café’s, restaurants and shopping.
The city is also stepped in history with a fantastic Cathedral, a 12th century Castle and St Ethelbert’s Gate all well worth visiting.
The city also sits on the Western edge of the Norfolk Broads with boat rides on offer from the city centre.
Wroxham is a town that sits on the south side of the middle reaches of the River Bure that has built up a reputation as the capital of the Norfolk Broads. Wroxham has really developed into becoming almost a tourist attraction of its own and offers good shopping, boat rides, river walks and the opportunity to hire day, weekend and holiday boats.
Despite it’s rural feel, Wroxham is only a short drive from the seaside resort of Great Yarmouth and from the city of Norwich so it has become a popular day trip for holidaymakers to the county but there is also a good choice of holiday accommodation including some small holiday parks which are perfect for using a base for exploring the local area.
The Norfolk Broads are a mix of rivers and lakes (broads) that can be found throughout the central, western and southern parts of the county that attracts millions of visitors each year.
Acting almost a road network throughout the Broadlands, the broads are best explored by boat, with numerous places offering a range of day boats, weekend boats and larger boats perfect for longer holidays.
The larger Broadlands towns also offer boat trips allowing you to have a small experience of this beautiful part of the UK.
As a sparkly populated rural county that offers something as unique as the Norfolk Broads, it’s no surprise that Norfolk is a popular holiday destination for both those enjoying a holiday at home but also for foreign visitors wanting to enjoy all that Norfolk as to offer.
From a CaraHols.co.uk point of view one the best aspects of Norfolk is not only the choice of Norfolk holiday parks but also the quality of them. From the larger parks offering a wide range of attractions, accommodation and entertainment in and around Great Yarmouth to the smaller parks found in and around the Broadlands that offer high quality accommodation and the perfect base for exploration.
Norfolk is home to many fantastic attractions, historical sights and both beautiful coastline and idyllic countryside but for those who like the trapping of big cities, Norwich has all that you could ever need.
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you a large selection of caravan holiday parks in Norfolk complete with all of the information you need to decide which is best for you. We review the parks and bring you direct links for booking making it as simple as possible to book your next Norfolk caravan holiday.