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Camping near Hunstanton

If you want a family-friendly seaside holiday with buckets and spades, ice creams and flakes and all the fun of the fair, head for Hunstanton. This Victorian resort with a long sandy beach on the North Norfolk Coast, bustles with amusements and entertainment. But it’s also a great location from which to explore the county’s many treasures from wild beaches and nature reserves to stately homes and quaint market towns. There’s plenty of camping in and around Hunstanton but the Hipcamp experts have looked beyond the holiday parks to hand-pick places with individual charm for this collection…...

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Camping and glamping in Hunstanton

For a seaside holiday in Norfolk, how about camping or glamping near Hunstanton? A Victorian seaside resort which still attracts the crowds, Hunstanton has crazy golf, donkey rides, amusements and sticks of rock. Situated at the very top of the East Anglian bulge, it’s also got one of only three west-facing beaches on the east coast which means it’s one of the best places on the Norfolk coast for watching the sun go down. And this location between King’s Lynn and the edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, means it’s within easy reach of some of Norfolk’s other big attractions too. Away from the hustle and bustle of the town is where we’ve found the best campsites in the area and there are some real gems to choose from. Whether you want to pitch your own tent or go glamping in a bell tent, yurt or shepherd’s hut, there’ll be a camping or glamping site near Hunstanton to suit you.

Things to do in Hunstanton

The sandy shores of Hunstanton are great for safe swimming, sandcastle building and watersports. You only need to take a stroll along the promenade to get stuck in to crazy golf, fun fair rides, amusements and the Sealife Centre. You can get away from it all with a walk just north of town to see the red and white striped carrstone Rainbow Cliffs – and the village of Old Hunstanton with its lighthouse and pubs. Hunstanton also marks the starting point for the Norfolk Coast Path and the Peddars Way, two national trails, that aim to showcase the best of the county and offer great walking even if you don’t fancy taking on the whole route. During a camping or glamping holiday in or near Hunstanton, you’re well placed to visit some of Norfolk’s stately homes – including Houghton Hall, home of the first British prime minister and Sandringham House and Gardens, the Norfolk home of the royal family. The wilder parts of the North Norfolk Coast are within reach too: the RSPB reserve at Titchwell, the protected seal colony at Blakeney Point and the massive expanses of sand at Holkham. The pretty village of Burnham Market and harbour town of Wells-next-the-Sea are also popular places to visit. And for more information on things to do in Hunstanton, take a look at the Visit North Norfolk website.

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From the recognisable stripy cliffs of Old Hunstanton Beach to the more gaudy amusement arcades and 'tropical' leisure pool in the new town, Hunstanton is an odd mix of new and old. In the countryside around, there are plenty of excellent Hunstanton campsites though, with only the best making it into our hand-picked Hipcamp collection.

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