There’s something a little special about Wild Duck, it’s Haven’s only woodland park. It encompasses a large holiday village with amenities including a heated indoor and outdoor pool and all the archery and crazy golf you can handle. However, with forest trails and secret wooded clearings thrown into the mix, you might like to hire some bikes and explore the surrounding areas. Here you will also come across miles of sandy beaches, seaside entertainment and if you choose to venture further afield, you will also find boating on the Norfolk Broads, golf, horse racing, museums, public gardens, wildlife parks and the historic cathedral city of Norwich, a lot of variety and something for everyone.
From the vast beaches and purple-flushed marshlands, this region ticks all the boxes for a family holidays by the sea. The beaches offer kite-flying, picnicking, beach games and castle-building picnicking, beach games and castle-building, whilst inland there are quiet back roads and flower-filled villages, not to mention the sheltered, reed-fringed backwaters of the Norfolk Broads. Seasonal food and drink are a highlight of any stay in north Norfolk. With its long coastline and rich agricultural heritage, the area is awash with local food producers, independent delis, fantastic gastro pubs with their own micro-breweries and restaurants.
Wild Duck Holiday Park holiday rental season runs March through to October.
A47 Great Yarmouth A143 Beccles. Follow road 2.3 miles until you reach a dual carriageway then right (Belton and Burgh Castle). Straight over at mini roundabout.
Howards Common, Belton, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR31 9NE
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Rental Season Wild Duck Holiday Park holiday rental season runs March through to October.
Wild Duck Holiday Park,
A47 Great Yarmouth A143 Beccles. Follow road 2.3 miles until you reach a dual carriageway then right (Belton and Burgh Castle). Straight over at mini roundabout.Explore the Norfolk region