Motorhome, Campervan & Caravan Hire In Norfolk
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Norfolk is probably best known for “The Broads” (officially The Broads National Park), but there’s so much more to see and do here that the county is an essential destination on any UK motorhome trip. Use the Camplify RV search
to hire a campervan in Norfolk for an extended tour in this East Anglia county steeped in history, heritage and nature.
This beautiful region has the waterways of the Broads and the coastlines of Cromer and Great Yarmouth; the thriving market towns of King’s Lynn, Thetford, Dereham, Diss and many more; swathes of nature reserves covering a wide range of habitats; and amusement parks and zoos to keep even the fussiest youngster entertained. Country capital Norwich was for centuries England’s biggest city after London and is home to a host of attractions: Norwich Castle, Norwich Cathedral and Norwich Market are all must-sees on a Norfolk holiday.
Another must-see is Norfolk’s wildlife, on boat trips on the Broads or at one of the county’s protected areas like Holkham National Nature Reserve, the biggest in England. Hickling Broad and Marshes National Nature Reserve is another popular wildlife-spotting destination, as are Thetford Forest, the waterways of Cley Point and the seal colonies of Horsey and Blakeney Point.
A wealth of accommodation areas await once you hire your Norfolk caravan. Stay in the Norfolk Broads region near Norwich, or in the countryside by Fakenham, Sheringham, Thetford, North Walsham King’s Lynn and other Norfolk towns. Norfolk caravan parks are plentiful too by the coast at Great Yarmouth, Hunstanton and Cromer – combine a stay here with trying Norfolk cuisine such as Cromer crabs, Brancaster mussels and samphire straight from the salt marshes.