Great Yarmouth Racecourse Club Site is located in an excellent position next to the racecourse should you fancy a flutter and the famous 18-hole golf course offers hours of leisurely pleasure. The caravan site is a mere 300 yards from the seafront, with a bus stop just outside the site entrance making it perfect for sunbathing in summer and long relaxing strolls.
Also within the lively holiday resort of Yarmouth, visitors have access to a self-contained six-acre pleasure beach complete with countless traditional seaside attractions to delight both young and old.
With a bus stop just outside the site entrance there are many attractions within easy reach of Great Yarmouth Racecourse Club Site including the Yarmouth Time and Tide Museum, the Sea Life centre and Thirgby Hall Wildlife Gardens, which houses an interesting range of big cats, crocodiles and other reptiles.
Moving inland from the caravan site you will discover the Broads, popular for romantic boat cruises and the rolling unspoilt beauty of Britain's newest National Park.
Great places to visit during a day trip to the Broads include the National Trust site, Horsey Windpump and nearby coastal town of Sea Palling, which boasts a sandy Blue Flag beach.
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Turn left off the A47 (Norwich - Great Yarmouth) at the roundabout onto the A149 (signposted Caister). In about 1 mile at the third set of traffic lights turn right into Jellicoe Road (signposted Racecourse). In 0.25 mile turn left at the roundabout into racecourse entrance (beware of blind turning). Continue across the racetrack to the site.
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