Cromer Camping, Norfolk From £11 p/n 2024
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The seaside town of Cromer in Norfolk

Campsites Near Cromer

Coastal Cromer camping sites

The seaside town of Cromer on the North Norfolk coast is ideal for anyone looking for a traditional bucket and spade holiday. Cromer has a nostalgic Victorian pier, is famed for its crab sandwiches (a must-try for foodies) and has the gloriously sandy beaches every summer holiday goer dreams about. If that’s not enough to sway your boat, Cromer’s proximity to other seaside towns, some of the most beautiful walking trails in the UK and brilliant family attractions should do the trick.

Cromer camping FAQs

Which Cromer campsites welcome dogs?
Most of our campsites in and near Cromer allow dogs and have facilities to cater to your four-legged friend. Look out for dog friendly facility icons on campsites, such as whether there’s a designated dog walk or doggy shower. View a list of our top dog friendly campsites.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Which are the best campsites near Cromer?
West Runton is one of the most popular campsites near Cromer, just a short drive or seaside walk away. From West Runton, you can explore the beautifully varied Norfolk coastline and nearby towns.
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2023
Which touring caravan sites near Cromer are the best?
With hardstanding pitches, a motorhome service point, battery charging and more, our West Runton Club Site is ideal for stopping off. View all of our Norfolk campsites to plan your touring holiday.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Can you wild camp on the Norfolk coast?
A stint on the beautiful Norfolk coast, setting up your tent wherever you please might sound tempting, but please read our guide to wild camping as the rules on this are complex.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Where's best for tent camping in Cromer?
All of our campsites are great for tent campers. If you'd like to use our member-exclusive sites, which provide more camping opportunities in an area and have yet to discover membership, you can find out more about joining the Club.
Last Modified: 19 Apr 2023

Things to see and do while camping in Cromer

The East Anglian seaside town of Cromer has been a loved holiday resort since Victorian times. The coast is the true attraction here, making the town perfect for a summer holiday.

Cromer Beach

Coastal Cromer delights

• Cromer Beach is part sand, part shingle, so perfect for sandcastle building, rock pooling and sitting back to take it all those summer holiday memories in. Water sports are also popular in Cromer, including surfing and swimming.
• The Victorian pier in Cromer supplies the nostalgia a seaside holiday often has. Perfect for a stroll to admire the sea with an ice cream in hand, grabbing a bite to eat or even to watch one of the shows in Cromer Pier’s Pavilion Theatre.
• Cromer’s Lifeboat Station has been there since 1804 and is an unmissable feature at the end of the pier. It’s worth paying the RNLI station a visit to see the lifeboat from the viewing platform, learn about the incredible work the RNLI do and to visit the shop.

Attractions in Cromer

• The RNLI Henry Blogg Museum tells the story of 200 years of life saving work in and around Cromer. Visit the museum to learn all about coastal rescues in the area and Henry Blogg who served the RNLI for 53 years.
• For a family day out, Amazonia Zoo is ideal. During your visit you’ll get to see 200 birds and animals from tropical South America. Some of the animals housed here include monkeys, pumas, otters, parrots, and many more.
• Cromer’s Crab and Lobster Festival is an annual treat. Foodies can delight in trying locally caught crab and lobster prepared in different ways.
• The Peddars Way can be joined just outside of Cromer and is one of the most beautiful walks in the country.
• Another great family attraction for those camping near Cromer is Crabstix Adventure Golf, not far from Cromer Pier, offering wonderful sea views as you play.

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