King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park is a beautiful caravan park offering easy access to all of the beauty of Norfolk. Open all year, the park offers camping pods for hire and holiday lodges for hire as well as welcoming guests with tents, motorhomes, and touring caravans onto the site. The site is a family campsite as well as being a dog friendly holiday park, with plenty of open space both at the park and in the surrounding areas for children to play and for good dog walks.
Seasonal pitches are available for guests looking to secure their spot at King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park for whenever they wish to visit. Caravan rallies are also permitted on the site, with a separate dedicated area for these at the park.
The park is set across 10 acres of mature, naturally well drained, parkland, and offers pitches with incredible views of the surrounding area. Electric hook ups are available at a number of pitches for guests’ comfort and convenience, while water, drainage, and waste disposal points are located across the site.
Additional facilities available for guests to use during their stay at King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park include heated shower and toilet blocks, which are accessible 24 hours a day, a laundrette, and washing up sinks. The facilities block is eco-friendly, using state-of-the art green technology, and the facilities are also warm and comfortable to use.
The site is also an LPG stockist, and Wi-Fi is provided for guests to use throughout their stay. A handy on-site shop stocks camping essentials and groceries so guests never have to venture far from the park to stock up with food.
King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park is ideally situated for anyone wanting easy access to the whole of East Anglia as well as the east coast of England. Guests can easily explore the Norfolk Broads, the lovely sandy beaches along the North Norfolk Heritage Coast, the popular town of King's Lynn itself, as well as several National Trust properties. If you enjoy birdwatching holidays, stay here and you'll be able to visit some of North Norfolk's best RSPB reserves from the site. The reception area at the park holds a “What’s On” book as well as having a wide selection of leaflets highlighting the events taking place across the local area.
Many of the small towns and villages around King's Lynn are famous for their arts and crafts fairs and events. Garden competitions and flower shows also take place throughout the year, and are attended by large numbers of people both taking part as well as observing.
Around Norfolk, guests will also find such popular attractions as Sandringham Estate, Thetford Forest, and Roydon Common, while those looking for something to do in King's Lynn itself will find the Majestic Cinema a great place to watch a film, while the town is also filled with a quaint combination of independent eateries and modern chain restaurants.
Those looking to explore the immediate vicinity of the park can do so on foot, although cycling and horse riding is available close by, and offer a unique perspective on the beautiful landscape around Norfolk, whether guests choose to head out towards the coast or remain further inland.
King's Lynn Caravan & Camping Park is the perfect base for family seaside holidays in Norfolk, birdwatching holidays and more and is a highly recommended destination.
Baby Changing facilities
Ice pack freezing facilities
Throughout the year there are numerous art and craft events and festivals held in local towns and villages. Many gardens are open to the public and flower festivals are held in local churches. On arrival you will be able to borrow a folder telling you all local services events and attractions.
Other nearby attractions include Caithness Crystal, the UK's biggest beer warehouse, quaint villages built of local flint, the Norfolk coastline, RSPB and many nature reserves, numerous National trust and English Heritage properties, local markets, historic buildings and beautiful scenery. For the children, there is a Butterfly and Falconry park, Sealife centre, Rare breeds farm as well as the seaside.
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Based on 4 review(s)
01 Aug 2016
Fantastic campsite! Clean, quiet, friendly, spacious, green, with plenty of facilities - an ocean of calm in a busy world. Highly recommended!
Derbyshire 02 Jul 2014
We have stayed at this site numerous times. Site is immaculate both the pitches and the toilet/ shower blocks. The management and staff are very helpful and friendly. They advise places to eat and visit and provide a folder for guests to look at re places of interest. Good size plots not even cramped when they are busy which they always seem to be so that speaks for itself. A well stocked shop on site which sells the essentials but large stores just down the road. 10 out of 10 for this fabulous site.
Nothing to do with the site but the large group who reviewed below. Don't normally name but Adallison party you were awful..my partner went into the gents and got soaked by the two lads and toilets blocked by them stuffing paper down them..Do you allow them to do that at home??? I doubt it!!! A little respect for others would have been nice.. I appreciate people like to have a good time; don't we all, but their is a limit and your noise was far too extreme! The management dealt appropriately...On more than one occasion you were spoken too.Never in all the years we have toured or stayed on this site have I seen and heard such a disruptive family.... So pleased you left so everyone else could enjoy their break....
Buckinghamshire 29 Jun 2014
Site is absolutely lovely, but should come with a 'kids not allowed' clause.
We had a family gathering here for the weekend, about 20-30 of us, and on one evening 2 of the young boys of the group decided it would be a good idea to have a mini water fight in the shower block. The management were understandably annoyed and requested that it either be cleaned up or we leave. The boys were very apolgetic, the water cleaned up and it was all resolved from there. So we thought! The next morning at around 10:15am, in TORRENTIAL rain, the management came round and said he wanted all of us off the site by 10am (impossible), due to the water incident from the previous night, or else we'd have to pay for another night. When some agreed to pay for the additional night, just because putting down a 6 man tent in a downpour isn't anybody's idea of fun, he put the price up from the usual £16 to £20!!! Absolutely outrageous, no long term damage was caused (it was water in a bathroom!) and basically he just wanted his moneey's worth from the large group.
Would not recommend, management have obviously never been young and also go back on previous agreements (tidy or leave). Absolutely disgusting and actually illegal!
Cambs 27 May 2012
This is a superb site, the cleanest toilet block ever. Staff friendly and very helpful. The pitches are first class and the grass is manicured to perfection. Though close to amenities it is totally in the country.
Excellent location for the coast and places of interest. We shall be visiting again - soon.