Norfolk is certainly a county with something for everyone, whether you’re after more of a city break, a spot of culture, or want to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. If you’re thinking of heading to this stunning part of Eastern England, you’re going to want to choose the best caravan park in Norfolk, to help you get the most from your trip.

There are a whole variety of settings to explore in the beautiful county. For instance, there’s the city of Norwich, with its stunning cathedral, a vibrant market and plenty of shops.

Then there are the glorious Broads, where you can soak up the peaceful waterways and countryside.

What tour to Norfolk would be complete without a trip to the stunning coast that can be found in Great Yarmouth and to the north of the county? Take Cromer, where impressive sea views, beaches and a Victorian pier can all be enjoyed.

In this guide, we’re here to help you choose the site for you, as we share our pick of the best Norfolk caravan parks – campsites that will leave you perfectly positioned for exploring the delights of the county.

If you’re not quite settled on where you want to go for your next tour, be sure to take a look at our best caravan park in the UK guide for inspiration.

The best caravan park in Norfolk – our top picks:

Pinecones Caravan and Camping
The Old Brick Kilns
Two Mills Touring Park
Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Clippesby Hall
Woodhill Park

The best Norfolk caravan parks are:

Pinecones Caravan and Camping

A149 Dersingham Bypass, King’s Lynn PE31 6WL,


The site that was picked out as the best caravan park in Eastern England in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2023 is perfectly situated for taking in Norfolk’s many destinations and attractions.

For instance, anyone wanting to visit the county’s stunning beaches will find themselves well-placed for Holkham and Snettisham. A different type of experience will be on offer at Sandringham house, which is only a short drive away from the Norfolk caravan park.

Exploring will be simplified too, with a bus service stopping by the campsite. There’s also the option of hiring bikes.

The site itself has excellent facilities, as you would expect from a Regional Winner and a campsite in our best Norfolk caravan parks guide.

These include individual bathrooms – with a shower, toilet, basin, hooks and seating all on offer – as well as EV charging, a laundry room and free Wi-Fi.

Children can make use of the woodland adventure play area, and the dog friendly caravan park also ensures our four-legged touring companions are given a warm welcome, with an off-lead walking area, a warm dog-wash and a dog brewery – two canine-friendly pubs are also within 15 minutes of the site.

The Old Brick Kilns

Little Barney Lane, Barney, Fakenham NR21 0NL,

Old Brick Kilns

Based in Fakenham, Old Brick Kilns is perfectly placed for taking in the beauty of North Norfolk’s beaches.

That’s not all though, with Norwich within reach for shopping, while the Norfolk Broads National Park is a peaceful and picturesque setting that is also accessible. Other destinations to visit include Blickling Hall and Walsingham.

The park itself sits in 13 acres of countryside and has won Gold David Bellamy Conservation and Honey Bee Friendly Park awards.

Amenities include a laundry room, washrooms and a shop, while guests who want a more tranquil stay can opt for the adults-only area.

The Norfolk caravan park also operates Barney’s Bar – open during the week, it serves takeaway food, along with local ales and gins.

Two Mills Touring Park

Yarmouth Road, North Walsham NR28 9NA,

Two Mills Touring Park

This adults-only Norfolk caravan park provides guests with the best of both worlds, thanks to its countryside setting between the Broads and the coast.

North Walsham is only a five-minute drive away – alternatively, you can walk there in only 20 minutes. Other destinations to be explored in the surrounding area include Great Yarmouth, Sheringham, Cromer and, of course, the Norfolk Broads themselves.

The peaceful site has been revamping its shop to stock local Norfolk produce too. Facilities onsite include free showers, two heated toilet blocks, a library, and a laundrette. There’s also a woodland dog-walk for our four-legged friends to enjoy.

Kelling Heath Holiday Park

Weybourne Road, Holt, NR25 7HW.

Kelling Heath

This Norfolk caravan site makes a truly picturesque touring destination. It’s set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 300 acres of woodland and open heathland, providing a tranquil and relaxing base for exploring the delights of the North Norfolk coastline.

There will be plenty to do at Kelling Heath itself too, including a swimming pool that is open during the peak season, tennis courts, table tennis and an adventure playground. The park’s size also means there are a number of walks and trails to enjoy too.

Facilities include three fully equipped amenity buildings, EV charging points, a laundrette, disabled facilities and baby changing facilities. Guests can also use the Village Shop, where essentials and local produce can be purchased.

Clippesby Hall

Hall Rd, Clippesby, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3BL,

Clippesby Hall

Set in the Norfolk Broads National Park, this family-run site is perfectly placed for visiting some of Norfolk’s most notable attractions, including Norwich and Great Yarmouth.

Site facilities include toilets and showers with central heating and hot water – there is also a laundrette onsite. Caravan pitches are spread over four areas (there are another four for tents and campervans), and vary from secluded individual pitches in natural woodland to more open, family-orientated settings.

The Norfolk Broads themselves are a beautiful setting to explore, with the option of soaking up the surroundings on foot, via two wheels, or on the water.

Woodhill Park

Cromer Road, East Runton, NR27 9PX,

Woodhill Park

If you want to explore the beautiful coasts on offer in the county, Woodhill Park could be the best caravan park in Norfolk for you.

The site is perfectly placed for visiting some of the North Norfolk coastline’s most famous attractions, such as Cromer and its delightful pier. Other destinations include Sheringham and Holt, and for something a bit different, there is the North Norfolk Railway, a 10.5-mile round trip that takes you through picturesque surroundings.

There are a variety of pitch types on offer, including fully serviced hard-standing pitches. Facilities include showers, toilets, baby changing and disabled facilities, as well as a family bathroom and hairdryers.

Exploring the coastline will be simplified, with the option of hiring bikes.

  • Looking for another part of the UK’s coastline to explore? Then be sure to take a look at our best caravan park in Devon guide.

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