The unique setting of Kelling Heath makes it an ideal destination to bring your touring caravan or tent. Relax and unwind amongst rare open heathland enjoying backdrops of mature pine and native woodland.
Set amongst 250 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kelling Heath is also very close to the North Norfolk coastline at Weybourne. A wonderful environment in which you can relax and enjoy activities together with children, family and friends.
We have miles of woodland and heathland trails for walking and cycling, or simply enjoying the diverse range of wildlife and the many species of birds.
Kelling Heath also offers a range of recreational and leisure facilities including indoor and outdoor pools and tennis courts.
Bring your own touring caravan or tent and chose from five pitch styles; Serviced, Serviced Premium and Fully Serviced Premium, or stay in one of our impressive woodland lodges or luxury holiday homes.
There are three fully equipped amenity buildings with hot showers, washing facilities, individual cubicles, toilets and razor points. Disabled and baby changing facilities and dishwashing and laundry sinks are also available.
During early spring and late autumn, two of our amenity buildings are heated for the extra comfort of guests. A launderette providing washers and dryers is located to the side of the Village Square.
Experience the unique environment of Kelling Heath at your own pace, and go home refreshed and relaxed.
Kelling Heath is unique amongst the holiday parks of Britain. We have our own Countryside Team dedicated to caring for our very special natural environment, and related activities for our guests to enjoy. We are proud to have been recognised and commended by a number of national and international award schemes, which far from making us complacent, has spurred us on to achieve greater things. Having ensured the protection and sound management of our own space, we are now looking to do all we can to help the wider environment with a range of environmentally friendly initiatives.
Enjoy walking the many fine beaches taking in magnificent coastal views - perhaps stopping to rest awhile.
One of England's foremost destinations for bird watching with several reserves such as Cley or Blakeney.
Coastal towns and villages steeped in history and tradition. Inland quiet country lanes leading to picturesque villages and bustling market towns, stop to browse through the many small shops.
The Norfolk Broads, miles of waterways opening out into Broads. An enchanted landscape of reed beds full of wildlife and windmills.
Blickling Hall a magnificent Jacobean house and gardens, Sandringham the Norfolk retreat of Her Majesty the Queen, the Shrine at Walsingham a place of pilgrimage for centuries. Norwich with its vibrant shopping centre, Castle Museum and Cathedral.
Off the A148 from Holt or Cromer. From Holt, turn left into Sandy Lane before Bodham, you will see a sign - 'The Forge Kelling Heath' before the junction.
From Cromer travel through Bodham, take the first right into Sandy Lane. You will see a sign - 'The Forge Kelling Heath' pointing right. The entrance to Kelling Heath is on the left. Off the A149 coast road.
At Weybourne turn opposite the church then next left following the site signs. Leave Weybourne and go past the North Norfolk Railway station, continue over a bridge up a hill and Kelling Heath is at the top of the hill on the right side.
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