When on your holidays at our Norfolk holiday parks, not every day can be spent at the beach. The kids will need to have other fun things to do to entertain them, and there are lots of family attractions in Norfolk.

Take a look below at some of the best things your kids can enjoy on their holidays to stop them getting restless.

Our parks

You don’t need to go too far for something different your kids can enjoy. Many of our Norfolk holiday parks have pools, gyms and more, that your kids can enjoy and get out of your hair for an afternoon. There are also large grassy areas where kids can set up games for themselves.

Go Ape

One of the most exciting family attractions to arrive in the UK, Go Ape will get the whole family involved. As you walk, swing or zip through the tree tops, the adrenaline rush is amazing. There are tree top adventures suitable for all members of the family, as well as some that cater specifically to juniors. The closest Go Ape to our holiday parks is in Thetford, ideal for anyone staying in Norfolk or Suffolk.

Amazona Zoo, Cromer

There are lots to do for the whole family at Amazona which is located just outside of Cromer. Home to a wide range of tropical animals, from jaguars, snakes, monkeys and flamingos, there is also a soft play area, workshops, educational centres and more.

Fritton Lake, Great Yarmouth

The 150-acre lake and surrounding park is a perfect place for a family day out, and with the popular seaside resort of Great Yarmouth nearby, the kids will be spoilt for choice with the things they can do. There are rowing boats and pedaloes to take out onto the lake, an adventure playground, pony rides, fishing, and a café for much needed refreshments.

BeWilderwood, Norwich

This adventure park is teeming with magical things the whole family can enjoy, from treehouses and canopy walks, zip wires, boat trips along little creeks, marsh walks and more. As well as the adventure activities, the kids can get the chance to learn some fun facts about the woodland and the creatures they might find there.


Photo by: Karen Roe