We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We had an excellent family week at Kelling Heath Camping and Caravan Park. There is so much to do on the site that you don't need to leave if you don't want to. The steam railway from Sheringham to Holt stops at the campsite. There...More
The campsite is in an amazing setting and offers enough on site to keep a young family occupied. The pitch for our motor home was down the far end of red block and was surrounded by trees which was lovely, however we were also surrounded...More
We went to an organised event that they were holding there involving food and crafts. We saw on their website that they do a Carvery on a Sunday and to book to avoid disappointment. we arrived at 10am and asked to book a table...we were...More
Nice decent people camp here. No chavs staying up being inconsiderate. We were talking outside the tent at 10pm and was asked to wrap it up. No service on the mobile, but free (good) wifi in the square. Stock up on beer/wine (£8 for a...More
My wife and i spent the last week of june at kelling heath its a 300 acre forest with lodges and caravans scattered throughout and a clearing where you can grab the odd pint and a very nice meal. also a small shop just incase...More
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that... More
At the bottom of the Heath people let dogs off the lead, however be careful, there are lots of adders in there, they may bite your dogs nose if it sniffs them, we were there in May and saw several. Well behaved dogs that stay on the path are ok, be careful , by the way the snakes are fine if they are left alone.