Out & about

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The Broads

The Norfolk Broad is Britain’s largest protected wetland, with the status of a national park and home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK.

Norfolk Broads wildlife

Wildlife

Five miles from Canal camping is Alderfen broad, which contains some of the area’s finest remaining tussock fen and carr woodland.

Dilham Fishery

Dilham Fishery

The large scenic lake is stocked with an abundance of coarse fish and has two islands together with a central promontory.

St Benet's Abbey

Historic sites

Take a walk back in time and learn all about our famous historical sites! We have plenty of stories to tell here in Norfolk.

Activities

Nestled among wildlife, your very own canal, snooze beneath beautiful big skies, and enjoy plenty of activities only a hop, skip and a jump away!

Family friendly

Family friendly

There are plenty of super-duper, fun filled day’s out here in Norfolk for all ages!

Cromer beach

Beaches

Vast sandy beaches, striking colourful skies, pine walks to clifftops, pleasure beaches and piers are all here waiting for you to explore.

Stalham

Village life

Nestled between our stunning coastline, outstanding countryside and the Broads, Norfolk’s market towns are perfect for a day out exploring.

Homegrown fruit

Homegrown

We are lucky enough to have two farm shops selling fresh locally sourced produce. There is even a pick your own, so remember to bring your appetite!

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