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Visitor Reviews - High Sand Creek Campsite

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High Sand Creek Campsite
Greenway
Stiffkey
Norfolk   (Browse area)
NR23 1QF   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01328 830235

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Pitches: 80
Open: March To October

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 73 Reviews
              9/10 from 73 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  No Caravans  Motorhomes 

Reviews:  73 in total, now showing 1 to 6                 Previous 6          Next 6
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Date of Visit: August 2017 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Suebear 7 reviews from this member

Lovely site in a good location, we are a family with small children and really enjoyed it.

PRO's: Location - straight out on to the salt marsh for wild swimming, clean facilities, free (push button) showers, really hot water for washing up. 20p plus 1 deposit for freezer blocks, but they were really well frozen.

CONS: The exposed location meant it was very windy. Also for us, the pitches felt a bit squashed in somehow, although we weren't on top of anyone and the site was pretty much full. We were also near the shower block, and people kept walking over our pitch, including between our tent door and the car, which was only about 3m away! BBQs are allowed but no burning of wood or fire logs. It was a bit of a shame that 15mins before we had to be off of the pitch our son came back from the office with a message to tell us to hurry up because the next people were there, and they then drove round and stared at us while we finished up. Needless to say we finished at 12noon exactly! A bit of a damper on the end of our holiday that.

We visited Wells beach, Brancaster beach and had a day in the creek. And did a seal boat tip stopping at Blakney Point, which was fantastic.

But overall, a great site in a good location. When we return we will be booking in early and requesting a pitch well away from the loo's!

Date of Visit: July 2017 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: WHeaps 4 reviews from this member

We really enjoyed this site. Wonderful location on the edge of the salt marshes, and far enough away from the road to be away from traffic noise. Pitches are clearly marked by mown lines in the grass, leading to an informal but organised site. Reception were very helpful, and re-jigged our booking to ensure we stayed on same pitch when we decided to extend our stay. Facilities clean and sufficient even at the weekend when it got very busy. Staff always seemed to be on hand cleaning, or attending to minor problems. Always plenty of very hot water in the showers, dishwashing, laundry areas. A great base for this part of the coast, with easy access to nearby pub and village shop. One to return to again.

Date of Visit: August 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Dave 418 29 reviews from this member

Considering it was Bank Holiday weekend and the site was packed I was surprised how well this site coped. We were at the back of the site between the barns, pitch C2. There was only two pitches were we were and we were behind the tents. We had views across the site to the sea and the marshes. The toilet block had everything you would want. The water was warm and the floors clean. The outdoor wash off for muddy people is a great idea and helps keep the showers clean.

The fresh water points had a hose reel with enough length to reach motorhome water tanks. I enquired about grey water disposal and the owners said they would take us up to a field if we needed to empty our tank.

We walked into Wells-Next- The-Sea from the site along the coast path. A lovely three mile walk to a lovely harbour town.

There are bus stops at the end of the lane both ways along the coast road.

There is a small shop in the village but we didn't use it. Due to it being bank holiday we didn't try the local pub either.

There is a Coop Supermarket in Wells.

A site we will go back to.

Date of Visit: August 2015 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Martindx 7 reviews from this member

This is in a grand spot with views over the salt marshes a very intriguing and wild habitat full of creeks and gullies - you can access the beach by a walk over 5 narrow bridges. We just back from 5 days - really friendly helpful staff, lovely site with plenty of room facilities great - free hot showers. Site borders small wooded areas great for kids to play in and right on the salt marshes - for walks out to the sea and coastal footpath to Wells and Blakeney - we will be back!

Date of Visit: June 2015 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Bathsheba2 1 review from this member

Lovely big pitches, clean facilities and friendly staff, what's not to like?!

We pitched a six berth+ Quechua and there was loads of room to spare. The site is sloping but didn't present a problem to us or other campers/vanners. It was a good view down over the marshes to the sea. Red Lion in the village does great food albeit not cheap and there is a lovely and well stocked stores about a mile away.

Date of Visit: August 2014 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Thebigsleep 1 review from this member

Upon arrival, I received a very friendly welcome from Julie the head steward. The rules and facilities of the site were carefully and clearly explained.

Julie's husband Ray, was as helpful as his wife. He took me to my plot and showed me the modern shower/toilet block. This also included a spacious room for washing one's crockery etc. , and a separate laundry room. Everywhere was nice and clean, and as I discovered later, the water nice and hot. All the plots were nicely marked out; very well organised.

There are many salt water creeks accessible after a short walk. I have talked to swimmers who have said they are good fun. There is a nice outdoor shower facility to wash ones wetsuit, body, kit under, after a swim or a muddy walk.

I stayed for three days at the beginning of the month of August, but returned for another three days at the end. I returned yet again in the middle of September. Marvellous weather; how did they arrange that I wonder?

This was an easy to get to site, which has good views of the sea and adjoining countryside. The bottom end of this camp site abuts the coastal flood plain, which has free public access. I believe it is an English Heritage site.

The camp site ground was quite stony and I had a little difficulty getting my tent pegs in. With perseverance and a little patience, they went in all right.

There is a quaint village shop not far away. Here they serve lovely tea and cake; they also have a well stocked shop. The village has a pub that has a good selection of beers, ales, lagers and the like. A wonderful menu of food too. There are many places of interest to visit nearby, and Wells-Next-The-Sea is only a stone's throw away. A lovely and quiet seaside town.

I am unable to walk or cycle; I came here for the fresh sea/country air, and wasn't disappointed. It is a good place however, to walk and cycle from, either on the coastal path or the narrow country roads, (if you dare).

I recommend you visit this site, I don't think you'll be disappointed. I'm going to return next year.

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