Haven’s Caister-on-Sea Holidays Park, more commonly known simply as Caister Holiday Park is a fantastic caravan holiday park for making the very most of a Norfolk holiday. The park offers the chance to step back in history as there has been a caravan holiday park on the site since 1906 which make sit the oldest holiday park in the UK.
That sense of history allows you to step back in time and enjoy a traditional caravan holiday whilst still enjoying the best facilities and accommodation that modern life has to offer.
Not only are the sand dunes and sandy beach of the Norfolk coast just a short stroll from the parks accommodation and facilities but Caister is ideally located for visiting the popular seaside resort of Great Yarmouth as well as exploring the Norfolk Broads and the historic city of Norwich.
Restaurant, Bar, Takeaway, Café, Fish and Chips, Pizza
Indoor Swimming Pool, Bike Hire, Sports Court, Amusements, Pool, Bowling, Playground, Beach Access, Roller Skating, Darts, Mini Golf, Climbing Wall
Kids Club, Teen Club, Showbar, Convenience Shop, Hire Shop, Gift Shop, Bingo
The park itself offers a great range of facilities, activities and attractions for all members of your family to enjoy but for many it is simply the opportunity to relax and unwind in this beautiful part of England that is the main draw of Caister-on-Sea Holiday Park.
Caister Holiday Park is one of Haven’s more relaxed caravan holiday park but that doesn’t mean that the site doesn’t have lots of great facilities, activities and attractions but for many it is the direct access to the sandy dune sand beach the park sits next to that makes Caister Holiday Park such a special caravan park.
Perfect for spending time together with the whole family, the sandy beach of the Norfolk Coast maybe the headline act in terms of what the park offers but that is not to say that the park let’s you down with it’s on site facilities.
Sitting on over 70 acres of seafront land, the park has a relaxed vibe about it which is ideal for enjoying the parks swimming pool and crazy golf course or why not hire a kart or bike and explore the park.
For sporty visitors there is lots on offer with a range of activities including archery, fencing, football, a climbing wall and a multi-sports court.
If the weather takes a turn for the worse, there is lots to enjoy inside including darts, an amusement arcade, pool table and day time entertainment in the main complex which also include kids and teen clubs.
It is on a night time when Haven caravan holiday parks really come alive and Caister is no different. The park entertainment complex is the main hub of activity as the sun goes down and it is there that the main Show Bar, which all of Haven’s hallmark entertainment including shows, cabaret and disco, can be found.
There is a good choice of food and drink outlets on site including a choice of takeaway options- perfect for taking back to your caravan for a family meal before heading out for the evening as well as a restaurant and pub.
Caister offer a good range of static caravans for holidaymakers to choose from including brand new luxury caravans offering all of facilities of home, through to smaller budget caravan ideal for those just looking for a base to put their heads down.
There are a number of caravans that are specially adapted for disabled holidaymakers and the park also offers deck houses, these are apartment like accommodation.
The park also offers quality pitches for tourers and for motor homes plus a range of facilities including a heated shower block, to make an enjoyable holiday for all.
Caister-on-Sea Holiday Park is located, unexpectedly, just a short stroll from the village of Caister-on-Sea on the Norfolk coast, just to the North of the seaside resort and town of Great Yarmouth.
The park is also just on the edge of the Norfolk Broads and a short drive to Cromer, Lowestoft and the history city of Norwich.
Out and About
For many holiday makers to this part of the country, there are 2 main draws; the Norfolk Broads and the resort of Great Yarmouth and the good news for holidaymaker sis that Caister-on-Sea is not located close to both but offers easy access to both as well.
Great Yarmouth is one of the countries leading holiday resorts with a great promenade featuring all you expect from a seaside resort including a pier, horse and cart rides and amusement arcades but it is the resorts model village and theme park that are amongst the most popular attractions.
Just down the road from the caravan holiday park is the towns Horse Race Course and Stadium- featuring stock car racing and greyhounds. If you are heading down to Yarmouth for a race meet, why not stay on Caister-on-Sea Holiday Park and make the most of a trip to Norfolk.
There is also a great range of shops, café’s, bars and restaurants in the resort whilst you can also enjoy watching boats go by on the Broads- which goes right into Great Yarmouth as the coast meets the river system.
It is of course the Broadlands that attracts the most visitors to the region and it’s not hard to under stand why. From idyllic rural villages to beautiful broads full of local wildlife, the Broads are of course best explored by boat and with a number of hire bases near to the park, why not make a day of it?
Further a field is the historic city of Norwich, also on the edge of the Broadlands, and the starting point of the Broads. The city is a hot spot for shopping in the region, but it is the many historical sights, including the cities Cathedral, that make it a must visit.