Seals at Blakeney Point, Norfolk

There is plenty on offer in Norfolk for day out and activities for the family, from the broads and beaches to quiet country walks and buzzing coastal villages, and there are also many activities to enjoy at our holiday parks in Norfolk.

Cycling – Norfolk has some great cycle routes, and for longer journeys travel into neighbouring Suffolk. The routes will take you through pretty coastal villages, and give you a chance to see stunning scenery of the Norfolk countryside. Take the chance to stop off and enjoy some of the local cuisine.

Walking – Norfolk is home to some gorgeous landscapes, and it is one of the flattest counties in the UK so very few hills to climb! There are circular walks that range from one to ten miles long, with over 60 different routes to choose from.

Wildlife activities – The Norfolk Broads are home to some of the most diverse wildlife in the UK, and there are many opportunities for families to see some in their native home. At Flatford Wildlife Garden, along with the RSPB, there are hands on activities to educate about the birds and other wildlife.  

Water based fun – The beaches along the Norfolk, and the Suffolk coast host a variety of water sport activities, and there are also facilities at our holiday parks where you and the kids can have a splash.

Restaurants and cafés – When out and about in Norfolk, take the chance to indulge at the local eateries. Whether hot or cold food, there is always a great selection of British food to choose from.

Boat trips – A boat trip through the Broads or out along the coast gives you a better chance of seeing some wildlife, even some grey seals, as Blakeney Point in North Norfolk has one of the largest colonies in England. You can hire a boat yourself, or take a boating trip with a group.

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Photo by: Alastair Rae