Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club Site Sandringham, Norfolk, East England, PE35 6EA (Location map)
14th February to 8th January
We may never be royal, but just as a cat can look at a king, we can enjoy one of the Queen's favourite country retreats by the seaside. The Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club Site is situated within the grounds of Sandringham royal estate, in the picturesque Norfolk countryside. Open from mid-February to the first week of January, this caravan park in Norfolk welcomes tents, trailer tents, motorhomes and caravans.
There are 275 pitches, many with electric hook ups for those who want them. Children and pets are welcome and the children have a lovely play area, while absolutely everyone can enjoy exploring the mature woodland within this fabulous stately parkland setting. Wildlife is abundant in the park, so you're bound to spot squirrels and birds during your walks.
The caravan park has good camping facilities to offer, such as toilets, hot showers, washing machines and tumble dryers, a chemical waste disposal point and washing up facilities There is Wi-Fi internet available for guests to use throughout their stay at Sandringham.
During your holidays in Norfolk, it's worth popping in to Sandringham Visitor Centre to find out more about this historic estate. In addition to the museum within the grounds, there are often special events planned here.
If you enjoy birdwatching as a hobby you're probably aware that the Norfolk coast is a fantastic place to see rare migratory birds in winter. Visit the RSPB's famous bird reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell and also Pensthorpe Nature Reserve, which you may have spotted on BBC TV's Springwatch programme. The National Wildlife Trust has nature reserves at Cley Marshes.
Walking holidays in Norfolk are also popular, and the landscape around Sandringham offers many gentle local walking routes, some going from the campsite, through woodland, farmed countryside and the beautiful local lavender fields.
The nearest big town to the Sandringham campsite is historic King’s Lynn, with its attractive old river quay, plenty of good pubs, eating places and shops.
If you liked the scent of lavender as you brush past the leaves during your walks around Sandringham, you should definitely pay a visit to Norfolk Lavender near King's Lynn. Here you'll be able to see glorious lavender gardens, a lavender oil distillery, collections of different varieties of the classically perfumed plant and buy gifts from an array of scented soaps, perfumes and other products. Best of all, you can eat it! The Lavender Kitchen Restaurant dishes up creative meals that incorporate the nutritious and flavoursome herb – prepare to be amazed. Take the taste of Norfolk home as gifts for your friends, with lavender flavoured chocolate, fudge and beer.
Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club Site makes a great base for seaside holidays in Norfolk, too. Visit the seaside town of Hunstanton, especially if you have children, since there is a lovely big clean, safe beach, as well as tourist attractions such as the Sea Life Centre and Aquarium. You might even see seals swimming just offshore here.
Fancy a sea fishing expedition? There are plenty of fishermen in Norfolk who run summer holiday sea fishing trips for tourists who fancy getting out in the North Sea. There are also fishing lakes inland, where you can try your hand at catching farmed trout and salmon.
Make Sandringham your campsite base for exploring the East Anglian coast in general. Visit the popular traditional seaside resorts of Skegness and Great Yarmouth to get a taste of the traditional Victorian seaside holiday – and enjoy some thoroughly modern fish and chips on the prom!
Discover more about the Sandringham Estate at the Visitor Centre. There are more than 60 acres of ground, 600 acres of woodland and heath and a museum of royal memorabilia. The estate also hosts events during the year.
Sandringham House is open to visitors. You can buy timber from its saw mill.
The RSPB has reserves at Snettisham and Titchwell.
Pensthorpe Nature Reserve is home to the BBC’s Springwatch programme.
Peddars Way and the Norfolk Coast Path pass close to the Site.
Norfolk Lavender is at Heacham. Visit the lavender fields and find out about harvesting, distilling and growing your own. Hunstanton is a traditional family seaside resort. It has a selection of attractions including sandy beaches and a Sea Life Sanctuary.
Houghton Hall, Oxburgh Hall and Castle Rising are all worth a visit.
The Ecotech Centre at Swaffham offers tours of its wind turbine.
Sea fishing is available in summer from Brancaster Staith. Trout can be caught at Narborough Lakes.
Visit the seals off Blakeney Point.
The Holkham Estate includes the Hall with its Bygones Museum and the beach, one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country.
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Sandringham Camping and Caravanning Club Site
The Sandringham Estate
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Nigel Farnsworth, Sandra Farnsworth
Based on 3 review(s)
Kent 04 Aug 2014
This is a really lovely site, set in beautiful surroundings with friendly staff who always make you feel welcome. There is lots to do locally from walks to beaches to a play barn for the children. This was our second visit and will definitely be going back again. We have family in Norfolk and this site is quite central for our visiting needs.
lincs 22 Feb 2008
lovely site quiet and lots of wildlife. walking distance from the queens house which is open to visitors . good cycle ways to kings lynn. shop on site friendly wardens walking distance to sandringham park where you can see deers
Kent 24 May 2006
Set in woodland on the Sandringham estate. Pitches in woodland clearings. Good toilet facilities. Lots of lovely walks. Short distance only to the house and grounds (admission charges). Good tourist area with seaside Hunstanton to the north and market town of Kings Lyn to the south.