Caister Holiday Park is run by Haven (Haven Holidays) and provides a great choice of self-catering holiday and leisure accommodation, entertainment, facilities and activities for all the family. Static caravans, like the one pictured here, are the most popular choice by holidaymakers but there are other options such as luxury lodges available.
The holiday park is the oldest and one of the largest in the country and the site has been providing holidays for over 100 years. It has a fascinating history since 1906 (see here) and a well-earned reputation for being a family-friendly holiday park offering great value and services to all guests. The historic village of Caister-on-Sea and other local attractions are great places to see and explore.
The beach at Caister Holiday Park is long, wide and sandy, and stretches for miles and miles. It is directly accessible from the park through some low-lying grassy sand dunes which are perfect for picnics and admiring the beautiful sea views. It is only a few minutes stroll away. There are some small, smooth pebbles scattered about particularly near the water's edge when the tide is out, but there are many areas of clear golden sand for children and adults to build sandcastles, play and generally relax on.
Caister beach is dog-friendly and well-behaved dogs are welcome on the beach but they must be kept under proper control at all times. Dog owners must act responsibly, use the dog litter bins provided before going on the beach and should keep their dogs on a lead unless they are enjoying controlled walking and exercise. Dangerous dogs are not permitted on the beach at any time.
The wide, sandy Beach at Caister Holiday Park
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Norfolk has a vast amount of lush green space so you're never too far from picturesque fields, meadows, woodlands and forests to explore. With the Norfolk Broads and its quaint, charming villages, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust nature reserves and National Trust owned and protected properties and land, there’s plenty for visitors and holidaymakers to see and do in Norfolk. According to the World Air Quality Index, Norfolk has some of the UK’s cleanest air.
There are well over 1,000 miles of walking, cycle and bridle routes throughout Norfolk with everything from short circular routes to the popular Norfolk Coastal Path on the North Norfolk Heritage Coast with stunning scenery and picturesque views. Norfolk is very dog friendly with many welcoming pubs, restaurants and hotels. Even many of the vast sandy beaches are suitable for well-behaved dogs and careful owners. A popular dog walking route starts from the Blickling estate in north Norfolk which is cared for by the National Trust. The Blickling to Calthorpe circular trail is a 7.5 mile loop that begins at the stately home’s main car park before leading out to the nearby villages of Erpingham and Calthorpe, then returning to the main estate.
Norwich is one of the best-preserved medieval cities in Britain and this beautiful city with unique architecture is never far away. There is something for everyone from the historic Norman castle and stunning cathedrals to the busy and vibrant high street and markets.
The Outdoor Cinema and Stage at Caister Holiday Park
If you're staying at Caister Holiday Park and will arrive a day or two early or are simply visiting family and friends that are staying on the park, then there are several good value hotels in the Caister and Great Yarmouth area offering a comfortable and relaxing stay. It is only a short drive to and from Caister Holiday Park and there are frequent bus services and taxi services from the railway and bus stations if you're travelling by public transport.