Reedham Ferry Touring Park is a beautiful location for a family holiday in the heart of the Norfolk Broads.
The park is open all year, welcoming guests with tents, touring caravans and motorhomes onto the site. Serviced pitches with electric hook-up are available, along with ‘premier’ pitches that also have water and drainage hook-ups. All pitches have room for awnings and this is a dog friendly campsite – there are no extra charges for either dogs or awnings.
Additional facilities available across the park include hot showers, basins and toilets, washing up points and a barbecue area. Guests can bring their own dinghies and use the slipway, and enjoy private fishing on the River Yare running through the park, both for free.
An on-site restaurant and bar at Reedham Ferry Touring Park provides refreshments for guests all throughout the day, with a wide range of locally sourced foods, wines and ales available. In addition, there's a pub, the Reedham Ferry Inn, close to this park.
This campsite in Norfolk is secluded and a great place to explore, while having the rest of the Norfolk Broads on your doorstep means there are miles of woodland and nature to discover. Birdwatching and nature watching are both very popular with guests spending their camping, motorhome and caravan holidays here.
Visit Norfolk and the great outdoors awaits you. Enjoy fishing, walking, rambling and cycling.
Families might enjoy days out at the Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, which is only a five-minute drive away – the nearby Humpty Dumpty Brewery might keep other members of the family entertained. In addition, the Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park in Lowestoft is about a 40-minute drive away, while Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a 25-minute drive from this campsite.
Maybe you'd like to visit Norwich? Pitch at Reedham Ferry Touring Park and you're a mere 35-minute drive away. Take in the cathedral and castle, maybe indulge in a spot of retail therapy and enjoy meandering round the bustling market. Wander round medieval Norwich, too, and maybe take a tour of the Colman's Mustard Shop and Museum. There's always plenty going on at the Arts Centre, while stunning properties such as Felbrigg Hall, Castle Acre Priory and Eaton Park are not too far away.
Or in less than half an hour you could be on the coast. Enjoy a day beside the seaside in Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft or Caister-on-Sea. Kids will also love Dinosaur Adventure in Lenwade, to the north west of Norwich. It will take you between about 45 minutes and an hour to drive there from Reedham Ferry Touring Park, but it's a super day out and something a little different. For something a bit more grown up, in 70 minutes you could be putting your money where your mouth is at Fakenham Racecourse. Or head north to the Norfolk coast where, at Wells-next-the-Sea, you might be lucky enough to spot some seals.
Enjoy your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Norfolk at Reedham Ferry Touring Park and discover all the county has to offer.
Fishing Lake, Barbeque Area.
No extra charges for awnings, dinghies, slipway, dogs, fishing lake (EA.license required) please enquire on arrival
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Blickling Hall, Sutton Windmill, Broads Tours, Bygone Village, Banham Zoo, Sealife Centre, Norwich Castle & Cathedrals, Norwich Aquapark, Norfolk Shire Horse Centre, Horse Racing, Dry Ski Slope, Thursford Organs.
Bird Watching, Horse Riding Day Trips, Bowls, Cruiser hire, Photography, Sun Bathing, Historical Sights, Fine Food & Drink.
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