This pet-friendly caravan park in Suffolk lies in a riverside wood surrounded by the beautiful wetlands of the Norfolk Broads National Park. There are pitches here for tents, tourers, and motorhomes.
The Norfolk Broads is Britain’s largest area of protected wetland. Its rivers, lakes, meadows, forests and charming villages are excellent places to enjoy walking, and spotting rare birds and wildlife, and boating on the sleepy drift of gentle currents.
Beyond the Broads, the Suffolk countryside surrounding the park is home to ancient castles, grand stately homes with beautiful landscaped gardens, and an aviation museum. Suffolk’s famous stretches of golden sand lie all along the county’s coast which is only 30 mins away. For traditional seaside excitement, Great Yarmouth is close by, and so is the smaller, more laidback seaside resort of Southwold. The stunning coastal landscapes of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty also await a short journey away.
From this caravan park in Suffolk, Britain’s best preserved medieval city, Norwich, can be reached in half an hour. Here you can enjoy historic delights including the city’s castle and cathedral, as well as high street shopping and the sights and events of the city’s vibrant cultural scene. Neighbouring Outney Meadow is Bungay, a traditional market town with a great selection of independent shops, local restaurants and cosy pubs.
There’s plenty to keep you entertained onsite too. Fish on the banks of the river, hire a canoe and float along it, or, when the sky is hot and sunny overhead, take a refreshing dip in it. Picnic tables are scattered around the site and BBQs are permitted, ensuring you can enjoy alfresco dining. The park also has its own dog walking area.
The pitches at Outney Meadow Caravan are a mix of grass and hard standing. All have an electric hook-up. Caravan storage is available.
Enquire today about holidaying on this serene caravan park in Suffolk.