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North Norfolk Costal Path

Located just opposite the park entrance, the North Norfolk coastal path reaches from Hunstanton to Hopton-on-sea. Enjoy a day out walking the path, stopping as you go for refreshments and the beautiful scenery.

Seaside Towns

The sandy beaches and iconic Cromer Pier & Theatre are only a 5-minute drive away. Of course, a trip to Cromer wouldn’t be complete without sampling its world-famous crab.

Dogs on beaches

Dogs are welcome in the park when on leads. Please always clean up after your dogs. We thank you for being a responsible dog owner. Dog friendly beaches include Bacton, Cromer, Happisburgh, Mundesley, Overstrand, Sea Palling, Sheringham, Walcott, West Runton.


North Norfolk is renowned for having some of the country’s finest golf courses. Royal Cromer, Sheringham and Hunstanton come highly recommended and have magnificent coastal views. They’re all links courses and each one offers something different. The perfect activity for a relaxing weekend. Just let us know and we’ll arrange a tee time.

The deep history coast

When you go for a walk on the beach, keep an eye out for fossils.

Stretching from Weybourne to Cart Gap, Norfolk’s curved coastline is steeped in ancient history and uncovered stories of the past – and it’s open for everyone to unearth thanks to the Deep History Coast project and its initiatives.

Woodland Holiday Park is located only 300 yards from the coast and we’re proud to be local business ambassadors for this fascinating scheme.

Bird Watching

Bird watching in Norfolk, is highly regarded due to its diverse habitats and abundant bird life. The region’s coastal areas, marshes, broads, heathlands, and woodlands provide excellent opportunities to observe a wide range of bird species throughout the year. Norfolk is particularly renowned as a migration hotspot, attracting hundreds of thousands of birds during spring and autumn. Nature reserves such as Titchwell Marsh, Strumpshaw Fen, and Snettisham offer well-maintained trails and hides for optimal viewing. The coastline is ideal for observing sea birds, while the Norfolk Broads are a haven for wetland birds. Woodlands and heathlands provide habitats for various woodland species. Norfolk’s reputation for rare species sightings adds excitement for birdwatchers.


North Norfolk boasts a variety of captivating museums. Cromer Museum showcases the area’s maritime history, fossils, and famous Cromer crabs. The Mo Museum in Sheringham delves into North Norfolk’s agricultural heritage and rural traditions. The Muckleburgh Military Collection near Weybourne exhibits an extensive array of military vehicles and weaponry from different historical periods. The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum in Cromer pays homage to the heroic deeds of the renowned lifeboatmen. Lastly, the Wells and Walsingham Light Railway and The Granary Railway Museum in Wells-next-the-Sea off era unique combination of a heritage railway and a railway museum.These museums provide captivating insights into North Norfolk’s history, culture, and diverse aspects.

Market Towns of North Norfolk

The National Trust

Here are some of the notable properties and areas managed by the National Trust in Norfolk.

Blickling Estate

This expansive estate features amagnificent Jacobean mansion surrounded by gardens, parkland, and woodlands. It is believed to be the birthplace of Anne Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII.

Blickling Hall

Balkeney National Nature Reserve

Located on the north Norfolk coast, this reserve encompasses diverse habitats such as salt marshes, sand dunes, and shingle banks. It is home to an array of bird species and provides an important breeding ground for seals.

These are just a few examples, there are many other properties or areas of interest managed by the National Trust in Norfolk. It’s worth visiting the National Trust’s official website or contacting the local NationalTrust office for up-to-date information on their activities, membership, and visiting opportunities.

Felbrigg Hall

A stunning 17th-century country house with beautiful gardens and a vast estate. It offers visitors a glimpse into the lives of the people who lived there throughout history.

Sheringham Park

This coastal parkland boasts a wide range of fl ora and fauna, including rare and exotic trees and plants.It offers breathtaking views of the Norfolk coastline.


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