Alan Rogers Review
Open all year, this compact, adult only park offers peace and tranquillity yet is only ten minutes walk from the historic market town of Swaffham. The site makes a good base to explore East Anglia and the local area with a wide range of diverse attractions. There are 40 average sized pitches, with hardstanding, 16A electricity and TV hook-ups. There are two main roads close to the park but well established hedges and trees help minimise any noise. A small shop sells basic supplies and local produce, ices and drinks, and has a good library. Complimentary tea and coffee are available in reception.
The Swaefas Way runs alongside the park and from this walkers can access the famous Peddars Way. Many attractions within easy reach include Cockley Cley Medieval Iceni Village and Saxon Church, Castle Acre Priory and Oxburgh Hall.