Kingfisher Holiday Park Norfolk
Kingfisher Holiday Park in Norfolk is a perfect choice for anyone seeking a peaceful, serene, and stunning location. With its pristine beaches nearby, picturesque villages, and breath-taking natural beauty, Norfolk is a haven for those who love a relaxing holiday experience.
Kingfisher Holiday Park is located in a beautiful spot and is surrounded by stunning scenery. The park provides a perfect base from which to discover the beauty of Norfolk. The park is within a short distance of the famous coastal town of Cromer, where holidaymakers can enjoy sandy beaches, scenic walks along the coast, and indulge in a range of seaside activities. The parks in proximity to quaint and lovely Norfolk villages such as Bacton, Mundesley, and Happisburgh with their ancient churches, windmills, and narrow streets.
Great on-site amenities
There’s plenty to keep the entire family entertained while on vacation at Kingfisher Holiday Park. The park has a range of on-site activities, including heated swimming pools, an indoor games room, a children’s playground, and a fishing lake. The park also provides guests with an opportunity to explore the many beautiful natural attractions dotted around Norfolk – such as walking and cycling routes, nature reserves, and theme parks.
Attractions near Kingfisher Holiday Park
Kingfisher Holiday Park is in a brilliant location as there is so much you can do nearby and explore the local area. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing break away with your significant other, or looking for a half term holiday break to entertain the kids, there’s something for everybody. Less than 5 miles away from the holiday park is the traditional seaside town of Great Yarmouth. It is loved by the locals as well as the tourists. In addition, the holiday resort known for its huge selection of shops, glorious golden sands and family-friendly atmosphere.
Birdwatching at Burgh Castle
If you’re a bird enthusiast looking for a magnificent bird watching location, Burgh Castle in Norfolk should definitely be on your radar. This ancient Roman fort turned into a birdwatching haven offers a vast array of species, including the majestic marsh harrier, the charming skylark and the gorgeous avocet. There’s also the chance to spot wading birds like the black-tailed godwit and bewick’s swan during the colder months. Situated along the River Waveney, the castle provides picturesque views and a serene setting for even the most experienced twitchers. With its impressive variety of feathered residents and an ideal location, Burgh Castle offers an exceptional bird watching experience that is definitely worth your time.
Aside from its historical significance and great birdwatching facilities, visitors can also enjoy a nice picnic with the family, go for a stroll and explore the surrounding nature reserve.
If you’re looking for a thrilling day out, then Pleasurewood Hills should definitely be on your list. This park has rides that will challenge even the biggest daredevil, including rollercoasters, water rides, and more. For those who prefer something more low-key, there are also plenty of family-friendly rides and attractions, including shows and animal encounters.
Great Yarmouth Beach
No holiday is complete without a trip to the beach. Great Yarmouth Beach is located just a short drive away from Kingfisher Holiday Park and provides visitors with plenty of sun, sand, and sea.
Great Yarmouth offers a plethora of activities for all types of travellers. If you’re a fan of thrill rides, adrenaline-pumping attractions like the rollercoasters and water slides at Pleasure Beach are sure to excite. Those seeking a more relaxed environment can take a stroll down the promenade or lounge on the sandy beaches. For a bit of history and culture, there are numerous museums and galleries showcasing the town’s rich maritime and fishing past. Don’t forget to explore the charming town centre, which is filled with independent shops, quaint cafes, and restaurants serving local delicacies.
The Norfolk Broads is a beautiful network of waterways and scenic landscapes that spread across Norfolk. Hire a boat or join a guided tour and explore some of the 125 miles of waterways, known for being home to some of the UK’s rarest wildlife. You can even fish, sail, or paddleboard in some areas.
Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens
From tigers and red pandas to crocodiles and meerkats, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is a must-visit for nature lovers. This park is home to over 300 animals across diverse habitats, including a reptile house and bird aviaries. Take a walk through the park’s impressive collections of exotic flora, enjoy a light meal, or interact with the park’s friendly staff who are always happy to share interesting facts and information about the animals.
Lovely reviews of Kingfisher Holiday Park
We receive some lovely reviews from guests who have stayed at Kingfisher Holiday Park, for example Amy said; “What was particularly impressive about our stay was the cost. Although the holiday home was really nice, in every way, it was also very affordable. During our stay, we had the opportunity to visit the Norfolk Broads, which was an unforgettable experience. The scenery was stunning and we all appreciated the calming atmosphere.”
If you are interested in booking one of our accommodations at Kingfisher Holiday Park then click on “book caravans & lodges at this park” or call our bookings team on 01362 470888, Monday – Saturday, 9am – 5pm.