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Puddledock Farm

Thetford, Norfolk

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Puddledock Farm Caravan & Camping Site is located near the border of Norfolk & Suffolk, close to many local attractions, historic sites, nature reserves & museums. Set in 15 1/2 acres of level grass, our guests enjoy having the space to relax and enjoy the open air!

The park is open all year round and welcomes motor homes, RVs, touring caravans, camper vans, tents & backpackers. There are also six camping pods available, ideal for camping without worrying about the weather!

We are situated right on the edge of Thetford Forest, the largest lowland forest in the UK, with walking and cycling routes accessible directly from the site. The forest is home to six species of deer, badgers, foxes, birds of prey and even a herd of Highland cows. Nature groups, artists, photographers and even astronomers are regular visitors , with many schools and youth groups taking advantage of our proximity to the famous Roman Road, Peddar's Way. Nearby High Lodge presents an all year round calendar of live music and other events, which makes us popular for short stop overs and long weekends.

Two local pubs welcome all our guests, including the four legged variety, and both offer traditional pub fare with good prices and a friendly atmosphere. Why not meet up for a drink with the friends you'll make on site? Menus and reservation can be requested at reception.

Open all year.

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Allow rallies, Disabled access, Family park, 1 Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

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Accomodations:
6 Camping pods, Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Organised Entertainment, Internet Access, Gym, Leisure Centre

Thetford Forest is Britain’s largest lowland forest.
The local area is known as The Brecks, one of the driest parts of Britain, with its own distinctive landscape, wildlife and history.
Peddars Way National Trail passes near the site. The walk follows a Roman Road from Suffolk to the Norfolk coast.
Thetford Priory was founded in the early 12th century. The ruins include much of the 14th century gatehouse.
High Lodge in Brandon hosts open air concerts in the summer and has cycling routes and sculpture trails. Also here is Go Ape! – a high-wire adventure course of rope bridges, tarzan swings and zip slides.
Puddledock Farm has a large pond, which is available to campers.
Newmarket is the home of British Horse Racing. It has two racecourses and regularly hosts racing meets and events.
Banham Zoo is home to some of the world’s most exotic, rare and endangered animals. See tigers, cheetahs, meerkats and wolves here.
Bewilderwood is a curious treehouse adventure with peaceful paths, zip wires, jungle bridges and organic food.
The Great Eastern Pingo Trail is an eight-mile walk linking pingos – circular ponds created by glaciation during the last Ice Age.
Norwich is England’s best preserved medieval city. It has two cathedrals, a Norman castle, and an Art Deco City Hall. The amazing 21st century Forum houses the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library.


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Puddledock Farm, Great Hockham
Norfolk, East England
United Kingdom
IP24 1FJ
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My wife and I (and our two dogs) spent a long weekend at this site last summer. The surrounding countryside is very beautiful, with lots of forest walks to keep us busy.
Happily, whilst exploring part of the nearby Peddars Way walk, we happened upon a delightful little traditional country pub - The Dog & Partridge, in Wretham. Friendly atmosphere, delicious food, and the dogs were welcomed.
Next time we travel through this area, we are most certainly returning to this pub for dinners!
Thetford Forest Camping and Caravanning Club Site, Norfolk