Beach camping in East Anglia
East Anglia offers a variety of sandy beaches and the region’s coast is home to a number of traditional holiday towns, including Cromer – famous for its working lifeboat station and RNLI museum, which is easily accessible from our West Runton site.
The region is also a haven for walkers and cyclists as it offers plenty of coastal walks, while there are fantastic sailing opportunities on coastal and inland waters.
A mile and a half from the beach, our Kessingland Club Site is ideal for enjoying the coast of Suffolk and Norfolk. The site is also great for animal lovers, being just two minutes from the Africa Alive wildlife park where lions can be heard from the tent roaring at feeding time as night falls. There are also more than 300 species of birds at the RSPB reserve at Minsmere, while seals can be seen from the sand banks at Kessingland beach.
Close to the beautiful North Norfolk coast, our Club Site at West Runton is just a short walk from the coast at either East or West Runton, both of which have beaches where you can enjoy swimming and exploring rock pools. West Runton is a quaint fishing village, while East Runton is a small traditional village with a green and duck pond. The seaside town of Cromer is just three miles away from the campsite, which offers a variety of attractions including a pier, theatre, multiplex cinema and a working lifeboat station and RNLI museum.