Spring time in North Norfolk
20th February 2018
North Norfolk is a beautiful part of the world whatever the season, but if you are lucky enough to be here during spring you will see that the region comes alive at this time of year. As our holiday park is located within a stunning woodland setting we can really notice the changing seasons and how they impact nature, so it is no surprise to us that many of our guests keep returning during the spring months to enjoy one of the prettiest times of year to stay at Woodland Holiday Park.
These are just a few of the reasons why we believe North Norfolk is an ideal spring time holiday destination.
Spring nature walks
Spring is one of the best times to take a relaxing nature walk. Whether you choose to follow our onsite nature trail or any of the lovely nature walks throughout North Norfolk you will be able to see the trees come alive again with blossom in numerous shades of pinks. As well as blossom, during spring early plants can be seen with region having an abundance of spring flowers including snowdrops, bluebells and daffodils. In short, during spring the region comes alive with pretty shades of pinks, white and vibrant yellows – making it one of the most beautiful times to explore North Norfolk.
Beautiful beach walks
Spring brings with it longer daylight hours and warmer weather, which makes it a perfect time for exploring the stunning North Norfolk coast. As well as this, as spring is still before the main tourist season you will be able to find beaches are still uncrowded and are a great place for families to enjoy a beach walk together. Spring is also the perfect time to holiday with your dog as many of the most popular beaches in the region allow dogs on them at this time of year.
North Norfolk still has strong farming and fishing industries and during spring more local produce becomes available and is often used by the region’s restaurants and pubs to serve fresh, locally produced and delicious meals. During spring there is lots of seasonal, fresh produce that makes this one of the best times of the year to eat out in North Norfolk.
During spring many of the region’s birds return and nest, with chicks often hatching at this time of year. For keen bird watchers, the spring months are the ideal time to visit North Norfolk and spot many of our unique birds. Alternatively, spring is the ideal time to head across to Blakeney Point and see the UK largest seal colony. This nature reserve is open to the public and captivates visitors both young and old, as it provides a rare chance to see these beautiful animals in their natural habitat.
With the days starting to get warmer spring it is the perfect time to indulge in many of North Norfolk’s outdoor activities. At Woodland Holiday Park we provide an onsite cycle hire service that makes it easy for the whole family to explore the region on two wheels. Close to our park, there are also many outdoor activities from golf to surfing, that are ideal for outdoor enthusiasts. If there does happen to be a spring shower, however, our heated onsite swimming pool is the ideal place to relax and wait for the downpour to end.