- Nice campsites on North Norfolk coast – your recommendations please!…
We stayed at Kelling Heath a few years ago. Good facilites, nice place as a large part of it is given over to a SSSI and there’s a halt on the local preserved steam line there. Not sure it’s what you’d call quiet, but then again will anywehre decent be at this time of the year?Posted 4 years agoMoreCashThanDashSubscriber
Deer glade was great last year. Had a hog roast on the Saturday night, small but clean and adequate shower blocks, not too far from lots of places.
Make sure you visit Bewilderwood. It is amazing! And Fat Birds in Hunstanton had a very relaxed policy about letting tyre kickers test ride Ti bikes ……Posted 4 years agoKunstlerMember
I’m biased as it’s where I’m from but Pinewoods at Wells-next-the-Sea is at the start of five miles of er, pinewoods and beach and it’s a great area. It is a large site but it’s away from the town – a mile’s walk by the water and next to Holkham estate.
It’s carnival week next week which is brilliant for kids and there’ll be a few open air gigs going on around town too. If you’re there with a bike, give me a shout and I might show you surprisingly good trails.Posted 4 years ago
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