Caravan Parks in Suffolk
Caravan parks in Suffolk are the place for you if your ideal holiday setting is all about air and independence. Fantastic value and a fun experience for children. Here's our pick of the best - Marsh Farm Caravan Site
and Fishing Lakes is an undiscovered gem of a site tucked away in the peaceful Suffolk countryside, close to Saxmundham and the Suffolk Coast. The Farm is a stunning 200 site with 4 fishing lakes. 30 acres are set aside as a well maintained caravan site with electric hook ups, overlooking the lakes and surrounding countryside. This is a family run site and it's best to call them to book!Cakes and Ale Holiday Park
is set within 45 acres of immaculate grounds and just minutes from the RSPB Minsmere
bird sanctuary and the ancient monument of Leiston Abbey. Cakes and Ale is the ideal place to explore the Suffolk Heritage coast, or just to relax and put your feet up. It is equidistant from Aldeburgh and Southwold (ca 8 miles each way) and is very well placed near to Saxmundham, Leiston & Eastbridge for local services and facilities. Find out more about this family friendly site by clicking on the link above.Run Cottage Touring Park, Woodbridge
is a small, family run 20 caravan park with an abundance of wildlife and native birds to see, from sparrows to barn owls, rabbits to deer. By the stream at the bottom of the site you may see ducks, moorhens and maybe even catch sight of the elusive king fisher! So if wildlife is your thing, Run Cottage could be the place for you!Broadland Sands Holiday Park, Lowestoft
is a family-friendly holiday resort offering a choice of self-catering caravans for hire. There is a superb range of caravans to suit all budgets, no matter how big your family is. 12 ft wide & complete with a fitted kitchen, colour TV, background heating and duvets. There is much to see and do at the resort, including a beach nearby, a swimming pool, a children's play area, a number of options for eating out, plus live evening entertainment in the club. Please click on the link above for full details. The Dell Caravan Park, Bury St Edmunds
is a lovely caravan and campsite within easy reach of the A14 and local amenities in the Bury St Edmunds area (just 10 minutes away). The site is immaculately kept and the washing up facilities are inside, and there is plenty of hot water for showers in the modern shower block. A good choice of pitches are offered whenever possible, and the park can accommodate 60 pitches, including tents. There is wheelchair access to an individual disabled toilet and shower. Mollett's Farm
is a certified location open to Caravan club members only, set on a small working farm on the A12 just before the Aldeburgh & Snape turn off. Consequently it is a great base to explore the Suffolk Heritage coast, but with only 5 pitches, be sure to book well in advance! There are also new self catering studios and cottages on site, so if you're holidaying with people who prefer a fixed abode, Molletts could be the place for all of you!
With one part of the site adjacent to the beach and the other enclosed by willow and shrubs, the White House Beach Caravan Club Site
has a pitch to suit all tastes. Early summer the foreshore is a riot of colour with wild flowers, including the rare Yellow Poppy. Earliest arrival 12 noon , latest arrival 8pm. Beachside pitches cannot be pre-booked.Haw Wood Farm Caravan and Camping Park, Southwold
, is a peaceful site with spacious pitches, and is within easy reach of beaches at Aldeburgh, Southwold, Walberswick and Dunwich - perfect for a family break to the seaside. The site is also next door to a Pay & Play Golf Course. The park is in an area of some of the darkest night skies, ideal for star-gazing and very romantic. Dogs on leads are welcome. Open: 1st March - 14th JanuaryPolstead Camping and Caravanning Club Site
resides on the edge of a conservation area in the beautiful Suffolk countryside, with plenty of activities to keep all the family entertained. There is an excellent network of footpaths around the village, many of which take in the area's ancient woodland.
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