Kessingland Camping

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    Just a mile and a half from the beach, our Kessingland Site is ideal for exploring Suffolk and Norfolk. Inland there are plenty of places to visit and you will be surrounded by wildlife.

    The Suffolk Wildlife Park is next to the Site. Campers are entitled to discounted entry to the centre, which breeds several endangered species. Seals can often be seen basking on the sand banks off the beach nearby. The RSPB reserve at Minsmere is home to more than 300 species, 100 of which breed on the reserve. Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens has a great tiger compound and a tree-top walk to view the animals. The ancient town of Dunwich sank beneath the waves in the Middle Ages. Its history is told at the local museum near the beach. The pretty town of Southwold is to the south. Go crabbing, take a boat on the lake or build a sandcastle. Yarmouth Pleasure Beach has more than 70 rides including the awe-inspiring Ejector Seat. There is a supermarket with fuel a couple of miles from Site. Kessingland village has a fuel station, small supermarkets, a Post Office and places to eat. A fish and chip van visits the Site during the summer season. Somerleyton Hall and village are owned by Lord Somerleyton. The picture postcard village is worth a visit, as is the Hall’s maze.

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