Clippesby Hall is in a perfect location to explore the Norfolk Broads National Park, a unique network of waterways and lakes, as well as the delights of the Norfolk coast, with its range of beaches to suit all tastes. With good links to Norwich and Great Yarmouth, your holiday at Clippesby Hall can be whatever you want it to be.
Facilities on the park include a swimming pool, tennis courts, mini-golf, cycle hire, Wi-Fi access, base camp bar, coffee shop and pizzeria – all-day catering facilities all under one roof. Combined with the coveted '5 pennants' awarded by the AA together with inclusion in their list of 'Premier Parks', the 5 star award from the Tourist Board and a gold award for conservation from David Bellamy, you can be confident that helping you enjoy your holiday is our number one priority.
Clippesby Hall's award-winning touring and camping park is spread over 8 distinctive areas, providing you with a choice between more secluded individual pitches set into the natural woodland, and more open, family-oriented lawns, most with electricity connection available. In total, we have 128 pitches.
The Cedar Lawn is one of our most popular camping and touring areas, spacious, friendly and family-oriented, with plenty of space for the children. All pitches have electricity available, suiting both camping and touring, and are set exclusively around the perimeter of the lawn.
South Park is another more open, family-friendly camping and touring area, with sunny, perimeter pitches, all with electricity available, although it also has several more secluded clearings offering a sense of being tucked away.
The Dell is exclusively for camping, with no electric hook-ups and a number of private areas set amongst the woods, ideal for couples/adults. It tends to be quieter, home to the most popular individual pitches on the park.
The Heath is an exclusive camping and touring area with just 8 perimeter pitches, in a natural wooded glade, all with electricity available, away from the hustle and bustle of the main areas of the park, while remaining close to the family bathroom facilities.
Tilly is a fantastic glamping retreat which sleeps up to 4 people, with a double bed and bunk beds in case you would like to bring the children. The charming shepherd's hut is perfect for a luxurious break in a beautiful part of the country.
The Old Orchard offers woodland pitches tucked away on either side of the winding central pathway, for a mix of tourers and tents, with the north end near to the children's play park, giving this area more of a family atmosphere, while the southern section offers more secluded camping pitches.
The Pine Woods remains our dog-free camping and touring area, close to the family bathroom facilities and enjoying a distinctive, slightly more peaceful ambience, with very generous sized pitches suitable for people needing a little more space.
The Rabbits Grove has a mix of touring and camping pitches, with more of a woodland feel, courtesy of the mature trees that ensure this area is a haven for wildlife on the park.
The Meadow is the newest touring area on the park, designed with motor caravans in mind and offering individual water and drainage facilities, together with 16-amp electricity connection and hard standing. With just 9 pitches, this is a quieter area with easy access.
Clippesby lies in the heart of the Broads National Park, and this is the main focus of our activities in helping visitors to discover the special qualities the area has to offer. We have outlined below a small selection of things to do and places you might like to visit while staying with us. For more information, you might find it helpful to look at the websites shown.
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5 Star Visit England & 5 Star AA.
David Bellamy Gold Award.
Gold Green Tourism Award.