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Camping in East of England

79 campsites in England, East of England

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Whether you're looking to explore Norfolk’s many historic sights and lively market towns, set out for an adventure to take in the beautiful countryside and...

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Tents were first pitched at Fen Farm in 1923, and since then the park has ‘grown rather than developed’ – something of which owners Ralph...

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Thetford Forest Caravan and Motorhome Club Site is set in luscious Forestry Commission woodland. Quiet and secluded, the site offers pitching areas in open glades...

Norfolk Broads Caravan and Motorhome Club site is an open and tranquil holiday destination set amid the scenic Norfolk Broads. These combine over 200 miles...

Great Yarmouth Racecourse Caravan and Motorhome Club site is located in an excellent position next to the racecourse should you fancy a flutter and the...

Cherry Hinton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is compact, quiet, peaceful and open to non members. It is set in a disused quarry surrounded by...

Sandringham Caravan and Motorhome Club site is in a delightfully secluded spot, within the grounds of the Royal Estate in Norfolk. Visitors will love the...

Grafham Water Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated within easy walking distance of Grafham Water, this small, well maintained and attractive park combines history...

With one part of the White House Beach Caravan and Motorhome Club Site adjacent to the beach and the other enclosed by attractive willow trees...

Incleboro Fields Caravan and Motorhome Club site nestles snugly in a handsome hillside area of 21 acres, terraced to offer some spectacular views of the...

Ferry Meadows Caravan and Motorhome Club site lies 3 miles from bustling Peterborough and closer still to the East of England Showground. The immaculate site...

This is an excellent tranquil, family run park and a friendly, helpful atmosphere prevails. The park’s development on the site of old brick kilns has...

Owned by the Parkdean Resorts group, these well established holiday parks (formerly Liffens Holiday Park and Welcome Holiday Centre) are in a semi-rural area on...

Fakenham Racecourse site offers a variety of pitches that are spread over four self-contained areas. Some pitches are sheltered by conifer belts, some enclosed within...

This is a large caravan park alongside the sandy dunes bordering the sea. There are 270 reasonably level grassy pitches with 150 for touring, 9...

The welcome is always warm from the friendly, family owners at this delightful eight-acre park. Situated only five miles from Cambridge, yet in a wonderfully...

Set in ten acres of mature parkland, just off the A47, this friendly, family run camping and caravan park is spread over three level fields...

This is a high quality ‘all in’ family holiday park on the north Norfolk coast offering everything for a great seaside family holiday. There is...

Fields End Water Caravan Park attracts many visitors year-round. Enthusiastic anglers will find fishing for all levels; ramblers can enjoy the flat, expansive Fenland countryside...

Steeple Bay Holiday Park is situated at the end of a long, single-track drive. Most of the level touring pitches are in a grassy field...

East of England

The East of England is a perfect mix of soft and gentle countryside, ancient cities, historical towns, and storybook villages. Its coastline is largely untouched and studded with nature reserves, ideal for bird-watching, while the traditional beach resorts offer old-fashioned seaside fun.

Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire are the smallest counties in the region, with peaceful canals, undulating countryside with chalk downs, and some of the greatest stately homes in the country. Essex is full of quaint villages with a smattering of old towns and traditional seasides resorts, including Colchester and Southend-on-Sea. The river Cam winds its way through Cambridgeshire; punting along the river in Cambridge is a good way to relax and take in the many famous university buildings that dominate the waterfront along the ‘Backs’. Further along the river is the ancient cathedral city of Ely, once an island before the Fen drainage. The flat Fenland has a network of rivers and canals, ideal for narrowboat trips, as are the Norfolk Broads. Norfolk itself is very flat, sparsely populated and tranquil, popular with walkers and cyclists, while the numerous nature reserves attract a variety of wildlife. It also has a beautiful coastline; the seaside towns of Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton are major draws. This unspoilt coastline stretches into Suffolk, ‘Constable Country’. Full of space, with picturesque villages set amongst lush green countryside, dotted with timbered cottages and ruined abbeys, the county is home to Newmarket, the horse racing capital of the world.