West Runton Camping And Caravanning Club Site
West Runton Cromer Norfolk (Browse area)
NR27 9NW Tel: 01263 837544
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Pitches: 180 Open: 29 March - 5 November
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No Glamping Units
No Statics for Hire
No Statics on Sale
No Seasonal Pitches
Who's it for
Club Members Only
No Dogs Allowed
Baby Changing Facilities
Laundry On Site
Fully Serviced Pitches
Bar <1 mile
Restaurant <1 mile
Beach <1 mile
Boat Launch / Mooring
Open All Year
Public Transport <1 mile
"Near the beautiful coast of North Norfolk" The beautiful coastline of North Norfolk is a short walk away from the Club Site at West Runton. Inland, you will find gentle, rolling countryside, which is accessible by public transport. The beach at West Runton is accessible from the clifftop car park. It's ideal for swimming and exploring rock pools. Both West and East Runton are quaint Norfolk fishing villages. The Norfolk Shire Horse Centre has several breeds of horses and a collection of wagons and carts. Worstead village gives its name to the woollen fabric woven by Flemish workers in the 14th century. Roman Camps, heaths and woodlands are managed by the National Trust. The seaside towns of Sheringham and Cromer have many attractions. Each has a carnival week during the summer. For more information please visit our website. Member price from: £8.35 per person per night
The North Norfolk Railway line is known as the Poppy Line, because of the flowers lining the track in summer. Sheringham Park is famous for its rhododendrons and azaleas. Cromer Museum contains the remains of Britain's oldest fossil - the West Runton Elephant - and the cast of the skull of the giant Mosasaur reptile. Climb the Beacon, the highest point on the coast, for excellent views inland and to sea. Holkham Hall is home to the Earl and Countess of Leicester, who also own the local beach and nature reserve. Felbrigg Hall is a 17th century house with park, walled garden, dovecote and orangery. The Muckleburgh Collection is the UK's largest privately-owned, working military museum. It includes exhibitions on air sea rescue and local regiments.
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