Walking Holidays in Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire
Great Holiday Parks for Walking Holidays in Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire
East Anglia and Lincolnshire are stunning locations for holidays and have well established tourism centres with some fantastic holiday parks. There are great family holiday parks by the sea in Lincolnshire, gorgeous coastal holiday parks in Norfolk and Suffolk and some really wonderful inland holiday parks set in beautiful areas in all three counties.
Walking holidays are always popular, when you spend most of your time working and seeing the same view every day, a walking holiday provides a great break and stimulates you both mentally and physically. We have a collection of holiday parks that are great bases for walking holidays in Suffolk, Norfolk and Lincolnshire here. If you are planning a walking holiday or just want a family holiday with some great walks nearby, have a read about walks in these three great counties and holiday parks that might be suitable for couples and families. For the best deals going, visit our best last minute caravan park deals in Norfolk, Suffolk and Lincolnshire here.
From Newmarket in the east to the 50 miles of Suffolk coastline, this county is just filled with character and has everything to offer. Great walks are everywhere from Constable country to the Waveney Valley, what a great county to visit.
The Suffolk Coast Path is a long distance footpath that stretches from Lowestoft to Felixstowe along the Suffolk coastline. The path is around 60 miles in length and is a great way to explore the Suffolk coast and its many attractions. Along the way, you can enjoy stunning views of the coast, the North Sea, and the surrounding countryside.
The Stour and Orwell Walk is a popular route for walkers of all abilities. This circular route takes you from Ipswich to Woodbridge, passing through picturesque villages and visiting some of the area's most iconic sights. The walk follows the River Orwell and then onto the River stour and can be completed in a couple of days if you want to do the entire length. The natural scenery and wildlife are stunning, well worth it and it is generally flat.
For shorter walks, head to the Suffolk countryside. The area is dotted with picturesque villages and a wealth of historic sites to explore. Take a walk around the beautiful village of Lavenham, or the historic town of Bury St Edmunds and take in its beautiful architecture. For a more leisurely pace, take a riverside walk along the River Deben or the River Stour. These peaceful riverside routes provide a great way to relax and enjoy the landscape.
If you want to explore Suffolk, here are some holiday parks in Suffolk that make great bases for walking holidays and we have chosen a varied selection of smaller and larger parks for you to explore from inland parks to those by the beach.
Norfolk is amazing, jam packed with great beaches, beautiful scenery, places to visit, quaint seaside towns and villages and some fantastic walks. The nature reserve at Blakeney is a great example, this village is just stunning with vast areas around the nature reserve to explore. The are beautiful towns and villages dotted along the coast of Norfolk, Cromer and Sherringham are well worth visiting and have lots of character, from Wells-next-the-sea down to Caister-on-Sea, this great county has lots of beautiful locations to visit.
For those looking for a gentle walk, the Norfolk Broads provide an ideal area to explore with its network of quiet waterways and woodlands. The Weavers' Way passes through the Broads, offering a unique perspective of the area's wildlife and countryside from Cromer to Great Yarmouth. The Marriott's Way is another popular walking route which follows a disused railway line through the heart of the county, providing picturesque views along the way. You can find more great walks around the Norfolk Broads on 'Walks around the broads'.
For those looking for a bit more of a challenge, the Norfolk Coast Path provides stunning views of the North Sea. With over 60 miles of coastal path, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the coastal towns, beaches, and cliffs that make up this unique landscape.
Here is a list of some great holiday parks in Norfolk, by the coast and inland that provide great bases for exploring the whole of the county.
Lincolnshire is blessed with a huge number of holiday parks, from some of the biggest in the country with every facility you can think of, to smaller independently owned parks that provide a warm welcome and great value for money. These holiday parks in Lincolnshire are great bases for walking holidays and there is more to Lincolnshire than just the seaside!
The Lincolnshire Wolds in the north east of Lincolnshire is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a great place to explore and offers a large number of walks. The rolling hills, lush countryside and tranquil villages provide a stunning backdrop to a variety of walking trails.
There are also many local and national parks, nature reserves and heritage sites that offer challenging and interesting walks. The Lincolnshire coastline is another great place for a walk. From the busy resort of Skegness, you can walk all the way to Mablethorpe which is roughly a 16 mile coastal path walk. The more tranquil beaches of Cleethorpes, offer great beachside walks, for all and there are plenty of coastal paths to explore. The views of the North Sea and the salt marshes are breathtaking.
For those looking for a more challenging walk, the Fosse Way offers a chance to explore some of the more remote areas of the county. This ancient Roman road passes through some of Lincolnshire’s most picturesque villages and countryside. For those looking for a more leisurely walk, the Lincolnshire Limewoods are the perfect choice. The woods are filled with wildlife, wildflowers and a network of trails that are perfect for a leisurely stroll.
Here are some holiday parks in Lincolnshire that provide great bases for exploring the county, the majority are by the coast as you would expect, small and large.