Sitting in Eastern England, Norfolk provides a variety of different settings to explore. If this is an area you’re planning to visit, one thing is certain – you’ll want to stay at one of the best motorhome sites in Norfolk to get the most out of your tour to this delightful county.
The likes of Cromer and Great Yarmouth provide stunning sea views, while the Norfolk Broads make an ideal destination for tranquil waterways.
Then, get a change of pace by visiting the vibrant city of Norwich, where you can explore its historic cathedral, wander through the lively market and browse the shops.
To help you find the best motorhome site in Norfolk to stay at, we’ve gone through our recent Top 100 Sites Guides to find the motorhome sites you’ve voted for, each of which offers an ideal base for exploring the picturesque county.
- Looking for another region to stay at instead? Then check out our best motorhome site in Cornwall guide.
Motorhome sites in Norfolk – our pick of the best:
The best motorhome sites in Norfolk are:
Pinecones Caravan and Camping
A149 Dersingham Bypass, King’s Lynn PE31 6WL, pinecones.co.uk
As the Regional Winner in our Top 100 Sites Guide 2023, Pinecones can be proud of its title of the best motorhome site in Eastern England.
The spacious campsite offers everything you could want if you wish to explore this picturesque county.
For instance, there are brilliant facilities, including individual bathrooms that come with a shower, toilet, seating, basin and hooks. As well as this, the site provides free Wi-Fi, a woodland adventure play area for children and a laundry room.
The site also makes visiting the surrounding area easier, with a bus service stopping by the entrance. If you’d like to take to two wheels to explore, bikes can be hired too.
Any four-legged touring companions will also be made welcome, with a dog brewery, a warm dog-wash and an off-lead walking area provided.
Nearby destinations to visit include Snettisham, Holkham and Sandringham.
The Old Brick Kilns
Little Barney Lane, Barney, Fakenham NR21 0NL, old-brick-kilns.co.uk
Whether you’re after a trip to the beach, a visit to the Broads, or a spot of shopping, Old Brick Kilns could be the best motorhome site in Norfolk for you.
The campsite, which is located in Fakenham, is ideally placed for the city of Norwich with its shops and cathedral – alternatively, you can visit some of North Norfolk’s picturesque beaches.
If you feel like a change of pace, the peaceful and relaxing Norfolk Broads National Park is also within reach.
Guests have the option of staying in an adults-only section if they’re after a peaceful getaway, while the campsite also runs Barney’s Bar, which is open during the week and provides takeaway food and a selection of local gins and ales.
Other facilities include washrooms and a shop.
Two Mills Touring Park
Yarmouth Road, North Walsham NR28 9NA, twomills.co.uk
If you’re looking for an adults-only motorhome site in Norfolk, Two Mills is well worth considering, providing a versatile and tranquil base for exploring both the coast and the Norfolk Broads.
Destinations to visit include Cromer, Great Yarmouth and Sheringham, while North Walsham is a mere five minute drive (or 20 minute walk) away.
Site facilities include two heated toilet blocks, free showers, a laundrette, a library, and a woodland dog-walk, while the onsite shop is stocked with local produce too.
Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Weybourne Road, Holt, NR25 7HW. kellingheath.co.uk
The 300-acre Kelling Heath Holiday Park is a stunning Norfolk motorhome site that sits in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, giving you a peaceful setting for sitting back and relaxing onsite (see our best camping chair guide if you’re looking for something suitable).
The park is nicely situated for taking in the North Norfolk coastline, but also provides plenty of activities onsite too, including tennis courts, an adventure playground, table tennis and, during the peak seasons, a swimming pool is open. Thanks to the size and location of the site, there are a number of trails and walks to enjoy too.
The site’s Village Shop is ideal for buying local produce and any camping essentials you may need, while other facilities include a laundrette, disabled facilities, three fully equipped amenity buildings and baby changing facilities.
Hall Rd, Clippesby, Great Yarmouth, NR29 3BL, clippesbyhall.com
For motorhomers looking to explore the Norfolk Broads National Park, the family-run Clippesby Hall could be the ideal base to stay at.
The Norfolk Broads will allow visitors to immerse themselves in nature, and guests will have the choice of taking to the water, cycling or staying on foot as they explore the stunning scenery on offer.
For a change of scene, Great Yarmouth and Norwich are two other destinations that can be visited. Site facilities include toilets and showers with hot water and central heating.
Cromer Road, East Runton, NR27 9PX, woodhill-park.com
Anyone wanting to take in the North Norfolk coastline will find themselves spoilt for choice at Woodhill Park.
Destinations to visit include Cromer, Sheringham and Holt, while the 10.5-mile round trip on the North Norfolk Railway allows guests to take in a range of beautiful surroundings. There’s also the option of hiring bikes if guests want to take to two wheels to explore.
Site facilities include family bathrooms, toilets, showers, disabled and baby changing facilities.
- Looking for somewhere to pitch up in a tent instead? Then take a look at our best campsite guide.
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