Virginia Lake Caravan Park is an exquisite holiday park, situated in the leafy county or Norfolk a short distance from the borders with Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. The park is open throughout the year for guests to head to the site and enjoy a break in a calm surroundings. Virginia Lake has pitches for motorhomes and touring caravans as well as a separate area for tents to pitch.
The park also has a holiday chalet and wooden log cabins to hire by guests, while sometimes there may also be opportunities to buy caravans or motorhomes to then be taken off site or kept at Virginia Lake.
Hard standing pitches are available for touring caravans, motorhomes, and tents, while all pitches are serviced by an electric hook up. Virginia Lake also accepts seasonal pitch bookings and long-term bookings for periods up to 12 months. Guests looking to stay at Virginia Lake regularly throughout the year can take advantage of competitively priced caravan storage, which is available on-site.
Virginia Lake is a family friendly park, and this stretches to the family pets, too! While the site requests pets are kept on their lead while on the site there is miles of countryside and trails heading out from the site where the dog can run free and get all the exercise they need. A children's play park and trim trail is on the site and is close to a picnic area for families looking to spend some time together outdoors.
There is a wide array of facilities available on site for guests to use during their stay. These include heated washrooms and toilet blocks, a laundrette, washing up room, and chemical waste disposal points. There is a small on-site shop that caters for all guests basic fishing requirements. The park also has a licensed bar and café serving hot food.
The park is very popular among anglers, with the two acre on-site lake well stocked with a variety of fish including roach, perch, and large carp. The lake has 20 fishing pegs in total, including a number of larger family pegs where everyone can get together and spend a day trying to catch dinner. The area around the lake is well landscaped, and the lake itself has two island features, ensuring a day fishing is also easy on the eye. New anglers can also take advantage of fishing lessons that are offered at the park.
Virginia Lake is close to a number of local attractions, including the popular town of King’s Lynn, which is great for shopping, entertainment, and leisure. The beaches at Hunstanton are some of the best anywhere in the United Kingdom, while the town also boasts miles of beautiful walks and some amazing views from the clifftops. Sandringham Estate is also close by; guests are encouraged to check opening times to ensure they’re not disappointed when visiting.
Virginia Lake Caravan Park is a wonderful place to escape and enjoy a break with the whole family, whether you plan to stay on-site or explore all the great places found nearby.
caravan storage (£300)
The historic portal towns of Wisbech and King’s Lynn are approximately 10 minutes drive away from us, and the city of Peterborough is about a 35 minute drive away heading west. The east coastal towns of Hunstanton and Heacham are also approximately 35 minutes away. A vast array of leaflets informing you on other local attractions, such as Sandringham Estate and Ely Cathedral, are available at The Club and Reception on site.
Based on 2 review(s)
23 Apr 2018
Just fab! - a lovely well maintained campsite.We could watch the ponies and their foals in the paddocks from our caravan pitch. We loved it and will definitely be staying there again.
Property manager response (23 Apr 2018)
Thank you for your review. We are pleased that you enjoyed your stay and we look forward to welcoming you next time.
Suffolk 26 Jul 2011
Pitching area is level; well mown; attractively landscaped with mature trees and well sheltered in all directions. Site is very quiet in respect of both outside traffic noise and internal movements as many of the pitches seemed to be permanently set up for the season.
Vehicle entrance gate is closed late evening, but parking just outside it is no problem. There is also an EHU pitch and toilets for late arrivals.
Main toilet facilities are excellent. Showers are free; have ‘proper’ taps (ie not 20 sec push buttons!); large cubicles and substantially heated in winter.
Dogs welcome and are not charged extra.
Customer service is excellent with help to locate ‘van on pitch.
Clubhouse looked nice but was not open during our midweek stay.
Not a criticism, but whilst not designated as “Adults Only”, there is not much for children. So perhaps Virginia Lake is better suited to families where children have a definite interest in the fishing.