Suffolk Touring & Camping
Suffolk is a beautiful county for camping and caravanning with fantastic countryside and coastline, attractions to visit, and a climate which offers some of the driest weather in England.
We are lucky enough to have two camping or caravanning holiday parks in Suffolk. Our brand-new Pakefield holiday park is located near Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth, and is in the perfect location for your holiday! Lowestoft has a fantastic seaside reputation – you can spend the day relaxing at one of the town's Blue Flag-awarded sandy beaches, opt for a little adventure with a day trip to Africa Alive!, Pleasurewood Hills or the Marina Theatre, or take it easy and venture to the Suffolk Broads (which adjoin the Norfolk Broads) – perfect for boat tours or a day out fishing.
Alternatively, head south to Carlton Meres Holiday Park, located at Saxmundham, and set within a beautiful woodland location with fully stocked fishing lakes – all within easy reach of the seaside towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold. It’s the perfect escape for lovers of natural beauty, wildlife and woodland settings.
Suffolk is renowned as a county rich with English heritage and ancient history, from where many artists and writers have found their inspiration. It’s an area rich with beaches, forests, meadows, heaths, and two areas of outstanding natural beauty. It provides a wonderful habitat for a wide variety of wildlife.
During your camping or caravanning stay take some time to explore the rolling landscape, colourful villages and medieval streets of the Suffolk towns; Southwold (and the Suffolk Heritage Coast) ia particularly pretty. For a more cosmopolitan feel try the bustling towns of Ipswich and Bury St Edmonds.
Take a look at some of Suffolk’s prize visitor attractions. Visit Banham Zoo with over 2000 wild animals, birds and reptiles in 50 acres of parks and gardens. There’s also Glemham Hall, the Cobbold family home dating from the 16th century. It’s a building full of wonder with beautiful classic walled rose and herbaceous gardens. Or don your wellies and get down to Jimmy’s Farm. Here you can experience farm life, take the nature trail, and pet and feed the many animals, including some rare breeds.
Another historical gem is Anglo-Saxon burial site Sutton Hoo, which is made up of two cemeteries from the 6th/7th centuries. You’re always in the heart of Constable Country in Suffolk so be sure to plan some walks, hikes or cycling trips through the countryside to find out what inspired the legendary artist, John Constable to paint such stunning artworks. (Once you drink in the majesty of the county it will soon make perfect sense).
We only have one camping or caravanning holiday park in Suffolk, it’s brilliantly located at Saxmundham, and offers touring breaks for most of the spring, summer and autumn seasons. Book your Suffolk touring pitch today.