Campsites in Suffolk
At any time of year, the low-lying county of Suffolk is the perfect destination. From the wetland Broads in the north to the beautiful wool towns of the south, the unspoilt coastline in the east, and the lush green countryside in the west, going camping in Suffolk really is the ideal choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.
Suffolk has a diverse history rich in archaeology, with castles, ancient sites and churches. One of the UK’s greatest archaeological sites at Sutton Hoo reveals the story of the Anglo Saxons that settled down to live their lives in ancient Suffolk. Today Ipswich is the county town, with other important settlements including Lowestoft, Bury St Edmunds and Felixstowe – one of the largest container ports in the whole of Europe.
The Suffolk coast and heaths are designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Dotted around this wonderful environment are unspoilt villages and market towns that make this county so wonderfully special.
All campsites in Suffolk offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach. From medieval churches, nature reserves, the abbey gardens in Bury St Edmunds and the Oasis Camel Centre to name but a few, camping in Suffolk is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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With its colleges and tea shops, our Cambridge campsite is the perfect base for exploring the city and the local Fenland landscape. It is ideally located for cycling and walking because the area is so flat, and many roads also have cycle paths. Wildlife abounds here so don’t be surprised to see woodpeckers and muntjac deer. The village of Great Shelford is just over a mile from the site and offers a great supermarket, Post Office and bank. There are great facilities available at this campsite which makes it perfect for all the family.
Just a mile and a half from the beach, this campsite is ideally located for exploring the coast of Suffolk and Norfolk. Inland, take a leisurely stroll through the stunning countryside. From the campsite you can take a leisurely stroll to Kessingland Beach, approximately 1.5 miles away. Keep an eye out for seals which can often be seen on the sand banks there. The nearby RSPB reserve of Minsmere is home to more than 300 species of birds, 100 of which breed on the reserve. There really is plenty to see and do at Kessingland.
On the edge of a conservation area, this delightful campsite offers the opportunity for rest and relaxation, soaking up the beautiful Suffolk countryside. Polstead offers fantastic facilities with clean and modern toilets and showers, and a small laundry with dryer and washing machine. Nearby the town of Hadleigh offers quaint shops, and why not take time to visit the picturesque village of Kersey with a lovely little ford running through the centre. For eating out, the pub on the main road close to the site offers good food at reasonable prices.
This delightful campsite is located on the quiet banks of the Great Ouse with lovely views of the river and lots of walking opportunities. Take a stroll along the river to the town, passing meadows and lakes which are a haven for a wide variety of wildlife. St Neots itself offers a good range of shops, restaurants and a lively market. The campsite offers fantastic facilities, and there are some great riverside pubs in the local area serving delicious food, perfect for an evening out after a busy day exploring.
Located right on the edge of the forest, this peaceful campsite is surrounded by natural history. Home to rare butterflies and plants, the forest also conceals a variety of wildlife including red, roe and muntjac deer. The popular east coast resorts are just an hour’s drive away. Thetford Forest is Britain’s largest lowland forest and the local area, known as The Brecks, is one of the driest parts of Britain with its own distinctive landscape, wildlife and history. From the campsite explore the Peddars Way National Trail – a walk that follows a Roman Road from Suffolk to the Norfolk coast.