Six Acres Caravan Park is on the A140 it is less than 3 miles to Cromer and only 20 miles to Norwich.


We are less that 3 miles from Cromer which has a Blue flag Beach , Pier with pavilion and shows , Lifeboat station, Surf school, Henry Blogg museum, Cromer Victorian museum, gardens,  putting and crazy golf, Royal Cromer golf club , art galleries , cinema, lighthouse , church, Cromer Tennis and squash club, many local and larger chains shops , coffee shops and food establishments and 5 supermarkets .

Other interests and attractions near Six Acres Caravan Park in North Norfolk are:




 Felbrigg Hall

Felbrigg Hall is beautiful country home full of hidden delights. It has fabulous gardens and endless acres of parkland to explore and enjoy.




Cromer Pier Pavillion Theatre

The Pavilion Theatre is situated at the end of the award-winning Cromer Pier. It has a wonderful variety of shows going on throughout the whole year.




North Norfolk Railway

Described by the Daily Telegraph as one of the UK's great five heritage railways, The Poppy Line offers a spectacularly scenic ride from Sheringham along the coast to Weybourne and through the heathland to Holt.




Hillside Animal Sanctuary

Shire horses are demonstrated working twice daily with native ponies and a bygone collection of horse-drawn machinery. There is also a children's farm.




Amazona Zoo

Plan a visit to Amazona Zoo in Cromer, one of Norfolk’s most unique and fun days out where families can explore animals native to South America. It is home to over 200 tropical animals including new Jaguarundi, Jaguars, birds of prey, Pumas, Parrots, Monkeys, Snakes, Flamingos and Tapirs. Also you can find a Spider House and a cute Guinea Pig Village.




Muckleburgh Military Museum

Including tanks, armoured cars, bombs, artillery and missiles used by the allied armies during World War II. It incorporates the Suffolk and Norfolk Yeomanry Museum of uniforms, weapons, photographs and documents, RAF Reconnaissance and Air Sea Rescue and Marine Craft.




Cley Marshes Wildlife Trust

The Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes is the premiere bird watching spot of North Norfolk, and possibly the UK. Spectacular views over Cley marshes to the Sea (and across to the renowned Cley Windmill)










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