This level grassy park with made up roads will accommodate 70 touring outfits or tents and adjoins the grounds of the Grange Free House.
It is conveniently situated as a touring centre for Great Yarmouth, the Norfolk Broads and the historic cathedral city of Norwich. We are just five minutes drive from Great Yarmouth at the junction of the A149 and B1159.
The Grange Touring Park is approximately one mile from the sea and its sister park, Long Beach Caravan Park (just four miles away), has its own extensive sand dunes and a wide sandy beach which can be used by visitors to the Grange.
Ormesby and Filby Broads are within three miles as are Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, Caister Golf Course, Stockcar & Greyhound Stadium, the Racecourse and Caister Castle & Motor Museum
Based on 2 review(s)
Greater Manchester 24 Nov 2007
Hi I am disabled with no legs and we explained we were leaving Manchester in the early hours, so we would arrive early. Candy told us no probs and she would leave us our no on the office door. She had overlooked it but on arrival we linked up away from the nearest person and made a cup of tea and had a kip. As the last person Nick said the toilets were so clean and the ground itself, and they wee so friendly they helped make the holiday. I will be going back again next year as I really enjoyed it. So thanks again Candy. Ps: the only problem is you are not open all the year round. Rose and Derek +Ben the dog, from Manchester.
west yorkshire 27 Aug 2006
The site was well maintained and the toilets and showers kept very clean. Some of the pitches were under mature trees and were dark. Most of them were nice sunny spots though. The pitches seemed small and coming up to the busy bank holiday weekend some tents were very close together. A campervan sited next us seemed right on top of us and the occupants could see right into our tent even though we had a windbreak around the entrance. There wasn't always space between units to park.