The Grange Touring Park
England, East of England, Norfolk, Great Yarmouth
- +44 1493 730306
- Mid March - early October.
Alan Rogers Review
This family touring site has a pleasant atmosphere and visitors are given a warm and friendly welcome by the resident wardens. There are 70 level pitches with 16A electricity, 14 with hardstanding, and 10 pitches for tents, all arranged on well trimmed grass with tarmac access roads. There are some mature trees throughout the site providing shade to many of the pitches. Adjacent to the campsite is The Grange, a free house offering meals, beers and real ale, plus play equipment for children (open all year). The site owner also has a holiday campsite at Hemsby (4 miles) with its own wide sandy beach, which guests at The Grange are welcome to use. There is a little road noise from the bypass.
The nearest beach is a mile away and local attractions include Caister Castle and Motor Museum and the Norfolk Rare Breed Centre. Great Yarmouth Centre with its many attractions and The Broads are within five miles.
A modern, heated toilet building is spacious and well maintained, housing all the usual facilities including free showers. Baby room in the ladies’. Family room. Two fully equipped wet rooms for disabled visitors. Motorhome services. Laundry room with washing machine and dryer. Washing lines are provided at the rear of the building. Gas supplies. Swings for children. Internet and copying facilities in reception, and WiFi over site (£3 per hour or per 24 hours if using own computer).
LocationSite is just north of Great Yarmouth. Entrance is just south of the roundabout at the northern edge of the Caister bypass. Link to campsite location map on google
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