Camping by the Norfolk coast doesn't get any better for staycation holidays and we have the perfect venues just for you!
Whether it's being by the beach in Heacham only a 3 minutes walk away near the bustling seaside town of Hunstanton or the historic marshlands of North Norfolk near the market village Burnham Market. Or perhaps the wonderful location of Holme-next-the-Sea located in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty? Norfolk coast camping has something for everyone and I'm sure one of our sites will be perfect for you!
Norfolk coast camping site in Hunstanton is uniquely located on the edge of the village looking out south over open farmland, neighbouring our boundaries is land owned by Wild Ken Hill, a beautiful rewilding project in Norfolk north of the royal Sandringham estate which creates wonderful landscapes for you to enjoy along the Norfolk coast. Another site is Dersingham Bogs, a national trust area of special scientific interest along with RSPB Snettisham which is accessible by the long coastal path from our venue that runs south all the way to King's Lynn and beyond. Going north the coastal path continues right to Cromer and the towns along the coastline. Norfolk coast camping has so much to offer!
Norfolk coast camping site in Hunstanton is nestled just behind the coastal path and therefore shields the view of the static caravan sites to the north of our location and allows us to look out towards the south of open farmland. We are lucky that the large majority of land surrounding Norfolk coast camping is the Wild Ken Hill estate, which is a rewilding project focusing on returning 1500 acres of Norfolk land back to nature letting it become wild. The rewilding projects include the reworking of freshwater marshes to encourage bird life from local RSPB Snettisham to populate the autumn wetlands making it a perfect location for hikers and birdwatchers alike. Norfolk coast camping really is a unique campsite to be situated in such an area of natural beauty.
Norfolk coast camping site in North Norfolk is a 5 acre site which looks out over the water marsh with a stream running to one side. To its west you look out to the historical windmill and to the south east you look towards the St Margaret Church built in the 11th century. Norfolk coast camping and it's wild location attracts all sorts of wildlife including deer, birds, swans and hawks, and being just a short walk from Scolt Head Island National Nature Reserve which is a mecca for bird watchers and enthusiasts. Supporting important numbers of breeding Sandwich and Little terns.
Our Hunstanton Camping site is located in Heacham just on the outskirts of the seaside town Hunstanton located a mere 2 minutes from the beach. With this quick access to the beach you have the ease of walking up and down the coast to explore the rural sandy grasslands surrounding our venue with the Ken Hill Estate to the South that is rewilding old Norfolk agricultural land giving you views of wild pigs, birds, deer and more. To the North a short walk across the coastline will take you to Hunstanton filled with all sorts of entertainment to keep you occupied; from amusements, a swimming pool, restaurants, bars, pubs and much, much more.
Edge Of Village Location
Fresh Drinking Water
Fair Use Electric Hook-Up
North Norfolk Camping & Glamping is our North Norfolk venue situated situated just off of Burnham Market town next to the River Burn that flows through the Union Mills tower mill, a Grade II historic watermill built in 1737. To the south east our venue looks on towards St. Margaret Church a Grade I listed building built in the 11th century and is one of 129 surviving round-tower churches in Norfolk! It is also only a short trip into Burnham Market that has a fantastic range of pubs, restaurants, butchers, grocers and all the tradition of a small historical market town. Come visit today and experience the wonderful rural Norfolk countryside.
Very Rural Location
Bottled Water Recommended
Norfolk Path Camping & Glamping is our Holme-next-the-Sea venue nestled between the coastal path and Peddars Way. Golden white sanded beaches with so much to offer just off the A149 making access a breeze. Just 5 minutes walk down the beach road through tunnels of wild hedge-ways, over the River Hunn to the beautiful sand dunes of Holme-next-the-Sea, just north of famous seaside location Hunstanton and the beach huts and cliffs of Old Hunstanton. In the quiet tranquil village you will find The White Horse pub that preserves the classic image of an unspoilt English countryside village.
Bottled Water Recommended