Campsites near Sandringham

This village has a right royal history and access to Norfolk’s natural beauty.

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King's Lynn Caravan and Camping Park

25 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Norfolk, East Anglia
A well located Norfolk campsite with great access to the coast, fens and traditional market towns
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Hunstanton Camping & Glamping

14 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · King's Lynn, England
Hunstanton Camping and Glamping with mYminiBreak is located 2 minutes walk from the beach. Heacham is a large but quiet village just on the outskirts of the seaside town of Hunstanton. Providing a range of camping pitches for tents, campervans, caravans and motorhomes; you could also indulge in a ready-made stay in a Glamping Bell Tent or Shepherds Hut for a Glamping break away on the Norfolk coast. When you stay at Hunstanton Camping and Glamping with mYminiBreak you are conveniently located to explore the beach and its surrounding areas. Between the venue and the beach, you will find the entrance to a public footpath that takes you to Snettisham, a smaller and history-rich village through scenic rural countryside. It is also possible to walk to Hunstanton in the opposite direction along the promenade whilst enjoying the sea air and open views. Our campsite is one of only a handful of campsites located on the west coast of Norfolk and just a 2-minute walk from the beach gives us a prime location for watching the sunset go down in all its spectacular deep orange and red glory. Couple this with having some drinks with friends and family by your campfire or BBQ makes for a wonderful memory to share with your loved ones. We are campfire and dog friendly, and welcome your four-legged friends to stay with you across our camping and glamping accommodation Local shops only 5 minutes down the road takes a load off your mind knowing that if you forget any supplies you don't have to go without, making your experience while camping in Hunstanton a relaxed and fun time. We are a rural former dairy farm by the beach, there are free-ranging chickens and cockerels and they may make farmyard sounds, if you are a light sleeper, be sure to bring earplugs :) GLAMPERS PLEASE NOTE The Glamping Kitchenette is suitable for making small quick meals with the use of a microwave, oven & stove for cooking and grilling and a toaster and kettle, there is also a fridge provided. Showers and toilets are shared with the campsite with the exception of gas powered outside showers that are solely for glampers. We are a VERY dog-friendly venue, we welcome dogs and muddy boots and host many hikers and explorers of the Norfolk Coast, although every care has been taken to ensure very clean accommodation, it is possible that a dog hair or 2 escapes our conscientious eye, please bear this in mind and let us know should you find anything you are not happy with, we will get our housekeeping team to deal with the issue swiftly! Please note that the Glamping Bell Tents and Glamping Shepherds Huts are for 2 adults only with the exception of 1 Adult and 1 Child with prior consent from us, they are not suitable for under 2's and do not come with facilities for children or babies. Dogs are charged at £10 per dog per stay with a max of 3 dogs for Glamping and £3 per night per dog for Camping
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Four Winds Camping and Canoeing

13 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, East Anglia
A small, friendly riverside campsite in Cambridgeshire – with campfires allowed
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Snettisham Meadows

40 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Snettisham, England
****WINTER OPENING - We are open from November - March however please be aware there is no showers open*** Set on a traditional family-run farm in rural Norfolk, Snettisham Meadows is on the outskirts of the pretty village of Snettisham and short drive away from North Norfolk's beautiful white sandy beaches. Animal-mad campers, form an orderly queue please, as this 329-acre farm has several attractions up its sleeve for you, including meet-and-greets with pigs and ponies, lamb feeding in spring and deer safaris. There’s also a dog paddock for rent so four-legged companions can have a frisk around, and an area on the camping field is reserved for guests with dogs. Campfires and barbecues are permitted and you can borrow firepits from the site owners. Logs are also available to buy. The site is only 10 minutes’ walk from a village pub if you fancy a change of scenery. After a fun-filled day exploring this lovely part of Norfolk, come back to your pitch and keep your fingers crossed for clear skies and some serious stargazing. Facilities include washing-up sinks, a small shop at reception for essential supplies and tourist information, USB phone charging and a freezer for ice packs.
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Plum Camping at White House Farm

35 units · Glamping, Tents5 acres · Norfolk, East Anglia
Family camping with campfires on a fruit orchard near Norwich, with a farm shop, café and butchers
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Bircham Windmill

18 units · Glamping, Motorhomes1 acre · Norfolk, England
Flat grassy tent pitches beneath a magnificent working windmill, all accompanied by Norfolk's best bakery
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Daisy May’s Farm

10 units · Motorhomes, Tents20 acres · Bishop's Stortford, England
Our pop up campsite is set in 20 acres on a not for profit community farm. Come and join us in the great outdoors! Help collect the eggs, feed the chickens and milk the goat! There is always lots going on at Daisy May’s Farm! Children’s play areas, paddle stream, woodland walks and lots more! PITCH FEE INCLUDES ENTRY TO THE FARM & ALL ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS! Open 7 days a week. Coffee Cabin and Ollie’s Food Hut also serving hot food (Weekends & school holiday 10-3pm) Local pub - 5 mins walk Golf Course (crazy golf, top golf, 9 hole course, bar and food) - 5 mins walk Shop/post office/chip shop - 10 mins walk Toilets & shower ; hot gas shower available but we are a basic wild, mostly off grid site. No concrete heated toilet blocks I’m afraid! (Showers unavailable in Winter months) There will be mud. Bring your wellies! Drinking water and bins available. Bring a torch for walking around the site at night. The site is off grid and the toilet lights are solar operated! CARAVANS - ONLY BOOKABLE MAY - SEPTEMBERTENTS - CAMPER VANS - MOTORHOMES WELCOME ALL YEAR (all pitches are the same. No need to specify which type of unit you are booking) We look forwards to welcoming you soon!
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Mad Hatters Campsite

20 units · Glamping, Tents12 acres · Ely, Cambridgeshire, East Anglia
Cosy year-round glamping and seasonal camping in a fenland meadow with views of Ely cathedral
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The Lost Norfolk Brickyard

4 units · Glamping15 acres · Wells Next The Sea, England
Secluded camping in the semi-wilderness of a former brickyard, right next to Holkham Hall on the North Norfolk coast.
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Holistic Woods Campsite WILD

24 units · Motorhomes, Tents20 acres · Woodbridge, England
We are a WILD campsite with character and history. Our most popular pitch is our beautiful SSSI woodland. There are only 25 pitches available. We have a mid wild pitch on the outskirts of the woods, lovely grassed area between trees. Our top field is perfect for motorhomes & caravans. Plenty of space to breath and relax. Located on the stunning heathlands of the Sutton Heath. We are surrounded by beautiful woodland walks, including the Sandlings walk and just 10 minutes from the river Deben. We have a bus stop at the top of the track and Melton train station is a 20 minute walk or 5 minute drive. There are access points onto public footpaths, leading to Rendlesham Forest. A famous site for UFOs! Sutton Hoo is a stone's throw away. Bring your bikes and explore the area on wheels. There is water access and portaloos. We do not have showers yet. Blue/grey waste must be taken away. LEAVE NO TRACE
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Creekside Family Camping

59 units · Motorhomes, Tents1 acre · Lincolnshire, East Midlands
Family-friendly, dog-friendly camping with campfires on a beachside farm in Lincolnshire
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Wild Luxury - Drove Orchards

2 units · Glamping100 acres · Hunstanton, England
The site's warm and cosy safari lodges at Drove Orchards are a 25 minute walk from the beautiful sandy beach at Holme Dunes. Set adjacent to a Wild Life centre in more than 350 acres of orchards, farmland and wild meadows. T Each of the safari lodges sleep two to six people and have their own and shower facilities - perfect for families. You'll find comfy beds, a toasty wood burner (for cooking and heating)y and everything else necessary for your stay, right down to the cutlery and utensils. Lodges have power so you can still enjoy all your home creature comforts. There is also a sundeck outside to relax and enjoy the countryside views. The well-known Drove Orchards Rural Market is just a few minutes walk from camp with a farm shop, fishmongers, Yurt restaurant, Eric's Fish and Chip restaurant, artisan shops, cycle hire and an ice cream parlour. The lovely North Norfolk coastal village of Thornham is just a 15 minute walk with the Lifeboat Inn and the Orange Tree. The well known Thornham Deli offers a restaurant and deli counter, perfect for planning a picnic. There are two sets of four lodges and a set of three lodges, all by themselves, which are perfect for larger groups of 12-18 guests. All lodges are well spaced. Thornham is within the Norfolk's coast 'Golden Triangle' with adjacent villages such as Brancaster, Burnham Market, Holkham, Sandringham and Old Hunstanton popular places to visit.
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Campsites near Sandringham guide

Overview

Best known for Sandringham House, a holiday home for British monarchs since the 1860s, this small village is set on Norfolk’s northern coast. And, if the royals love North Norfolk, that's a pretty solid nod that you're on the right track for planning your own holiday. After checking out the grand manor, gardens, and museum, campers can enjoy the surrounding countryside. A few campsites and caravan parks can be found around the sleepy village, some with cabins that are ideal when the weather is cooler. These spots are prime bases for campers looking to explore other parts of Norfolk, including the beach resort towns on its southeastern coast, its reserves, and the Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs).

Top things to do in Sandringham

The obvious attraction in Sandringham is the royal estate that dominates the place. The house and gardens are open to the public from April to October when the royals aren’t in residence, but the estate’s 240-hectare country park is always open. A mixture of woodland and heathland with a cafe and visitor centre, it’s a pleasant place for a walk.

Fans of the royal family might also want to take a quick look at Wolferton Royal Station, once used by visiting royals for Sandringham. Now on a disused line, it is a private home but the platform is open most days between midday and 6pm. A mile or so up the road is Dersingham village, where local pubs can be found along with Dersingham Bog National Nature Reserve. The grand Houghton Hall, Bircham Windmill, and the historic town of King’s Lynn are other nearby attractions. For good old-fashioned seaside fun with amusements and fun fair rides, head for Hunstanton. For a pretty harbour town, try Wells-next-the Sea.

Meanwhile, Sandringham is found on the shores of The Wash, the enormous bay and estuary at the very top of East Anglia. With salt lagoons and mud flats, it attracts huge numbers of wading birds from late summer onwards. They are best seen from the hides at RSPB Snettisham, just a couple of miles from Sandringham.

Where to go

Norfolk Coast AONB

The Norfolk Coast AONB is a stretch of protected coastline that stretches from Snettisham in the west to Mundesley in the east and includes the popular seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham. It’s a great spot for walking and cycling, and also offers very dark skies for stargazing enthusiasts. Towns within the AONB area offer a variety of camping options, or campers can visit on day trips from the Sandringham area. Perhaps the most impressive sight is the colonies of seals at Blakeney Point, best reached by boat or via Horsey Beach (where you can walk).

Norfolk Broads

Campers who like the idea of sleeping on a boat should check out the Norfolk Broads, which are part of the larger Broads National Park that spans Norfolk and Suffolk. The network of largely navigable rivers and lakes were formed by the flooding of peatlands and are an attractive area of calm water, windmills, wildlife, and birds. Make a day trip from the Sandringham area of stay on a houseboat, in a waterside cottage, at a simple tent site, or in a well-equipped caravan park.

Snettisham

Snettisham Nature Reserve is administered by the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds), so is a must-visit spot for bird enthusiasts. From late summer, tens of thousands of wading birds take flight from the mudflats, saline lagoons, and salt marshes. Wildlife observation hides provide visitors with great views of the spectacle. It’s just north of Sandringham so campers staying in Sandringham can easily visit, but there are other campsites around nearby Dersingham and Snettisham village.

When to go

Summer is the best time to visit Sandringham as this is when the weather will be best for camping and other outdoor activities, including touring the gardens at Sandringham House. Tent camping will be most comfortable between June and September, but cabins, cottages, and even houseboats (in the Norfolk Broads) mean you can comfortably visit the Sandringham and Norfolk area year-round if you select your accommodation wisely.

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