Situated on the edge of the village of Stiffkey overlooking the sea and surrounding countryside.
Stiffkey village has a well stocked general store and post office. The Red Lion public house serves a wide range of good pub food both at lunchtime and evening.
A bus service serving the coastal towns and villages stops in the village and in the summer months the regular service is boosted by the ‘Coast Hopper’ service from Hunstanton to Great Yarmouth.
The camp site has a shower and toilet block, with a washing up area and small laundry. Showers are free.
We also offer a freeze pack for cool boxes service and sell Calor Gas and Camping Gas.
Much of the North Norfolk coast is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, and Stiffkey is uniquely placed in such an area. The coastal marsh is a haven for wild life and attracts a rich variety of migrating birds as well as being home to any number of indigenous species. There are a wealth of footpaths and long distance trails in North Norfolk. The Norfolk Coastal Path passes through Stiffkey from Hunstanton on its way to Cromer making our campsite an ideal stopover for walkers.
North Norfolk has much to offer the holiday visitor, its natural beauty is complimented by the pretty flint built villages and interesting market towns. An ideal place for family holidays there is plenty to see and do. Visit the small fishing port of Wells-next-the-Sea or take a ride on the Wells to Walsingham narrow 101/4 gague steam railway the longest of its type in the world. Walsingham is a beautifully preserved medieval town with a fascinating history, most famous for its many religious shrines and priory.
The popular seaside towns of Sheringham and Cromer are an easy 10 minutes drive along the coast with a host of visitor attractions along the way including the Muckleburgh Military Collection at Weybourne, the North Norfolk Steam Railway at Sheringham or the Norfolk Shirehourse Centre at West Runton. Cromer Pavilion Theathre on Cromer Pier is home to the famous Seaside ‘End-of-the-Pier-Show’ one of the last of its kind in the world. The area has plenty to offer the sports enthusiast, golf, horse riding, swimming, wind surfing, fishing, cycling and tennis can all be enjoyed within easy reach of Stiffkey.
What ever time of year you visit North Norfolk you are sure to enjoy your visit and one thing is sure one visit is sure one visit is never enough.
Rates: From £14.00 - £24.00 based on 2 people sharing. Backpackers £10.00 for 2 people.
Groups are welcome.