Norfolk’s flat land and fertile land has long ensured that the ground is used as arable land, used to grow sugar beet, wheat, barley (for brewing) and oil seed rape. Yet the flatness of the land also makes Norfolk the ideal place for caravans, tents and motorhomes, they are easy to set up and there of plenty of caravan and camp sites– an additional comfort is the fact that Norfolk is one of the few counties in England that does not have a motorway so there is plenty of peace and tranquility to be had. What better way to spend your caravan holiday.
Norfolk is probably best known for the Broads and other areas of outstanding natural beauty. Many of the areas in and around the coast in Norfolk are wild bird sanctuaries and nature reserves, so it makes sense that there are animal centres, zoos and even a Sea Life Centre that boast to contain some of the country’s wildlife and sea life. You can even see some historic animals if you dare venture out of the caravan and into the roars of Dinosaur Adventure or act like am ape at the Go Ape in Thetford Forest.