Alan Rogers Review
Sandringham Camping & Caravanning Club site is in a secluded spot within the Royal Estate's grounds in Norfolk. Visitors will love the tranquillity offered by this woodland site, where many pitches are set among trees. Quiet roads and forest tracks around the site are ideal for walkers. Cyclists can enjoy the quiet roads and Norfolk Coast Cycleway, which passes the site. Dog owners are advised to be vigilant when walking their pets in the adjacent woodland, as ticks can be a problem, especially between August and November. You are recommended you seek immediate veterinary advice should you be concerned about the health of your dog. The site has 270 grass & hardstanding pitches—most with an electric hook-up point. There are also 9 Safari tents available for hire.
Non-members are welcome and may join on-site. Please speak to site staff for details and to check pitch availability before arrival.
Away from the site, nature and RSPB reserves, as well as sandy beaches, including Hunstanton and Brancaster, will keep all family members entertained. The Sandringham Estate, the country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen, has more than 60 acres of gardens and 600 acres of woodland and heath, over a quarter of which make up the country park which is open to the public. There is also a visitor centre, a restaurant and a museum of royal memorabilia and vehicles.