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Holiday Parks, Caravan Parks, and Campsites in Suffolk

Suffolk is an enchanting county of pretty seaside resorts and picturesque villages. It is a county filled with natural beauty situated on the east coast of England. It is bordered by 50 miles of glorious coastline, and topped with breathtakingly beautiful open skies. There are over 30 holiday parks in Suffolk on our site. You will find everything from idyllic coastal campsites to 5* award-winning caravan and lodge sites.

Perhaps most famous for its racecourse at Newmarket, the town of Ipswich also boasts the largest collection of transport items in the UK.

Whether you are looking for a quiet ‘get away from it all holiday’ or one that’s full of adrenaline and adventure, Suffolk will not disappoint. Book a holiday and go exploring. You will discover quaint villages and medieval towns that for centuries have drawn in artists and writers. It is the perfect holiday and short break destination.

Suffolk Beaches galore

Having a coastline that runs for over 60 miles, you will be spoilt for choice when heading for the beach in Suffolk. Whether you prefer lonely walks along the shore or building sandcastles with the kids. You will be certain to find a Suffolk beach that you will love.

If you are looking for wild and rugged beaches then head out to Orfordness (famous for its UFO sighting) or Covehithe Beach which is just a few miles south of Lowestoft. Voted one of Britain’s best 40 beaches by The Telegraph, you will find lots of beautiful driftwood shapes to collect along the shore. Walberswick and Dunwich beach are two more beautiful beaches that are surrounded by heath and woodland as you explore the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

There is plenty of family fun to be had at Lowestoft’s Blue Flag beach. Lowestoft Beach is a wide sandy stretch, located between Claremont Pier and Pakefield. Just like Southwold Beach it is a favourite with families. Both beaches are backed by a promenade with beach huts, boasting a cafe which serves ice creams, hot and cold drinks and snacks.

Felixstowe Beach lies at the southern end of the coast and is full of exciting activities for all the family – including grandma and grandad. It is worth spending a day here to explore the 16th century fort, nature trails, or play a little crazy golf. And that is before hitting the beach!

Savouring Suffolk!

The Shotley Peninsula sits between the two Suffolk rivers, of the Orwell and the Stour, it is an unspoiled area of Suffolk with scenic views and landscapes. This area is a sailor’s paradise with both the river and Alton Water reservoir on which to sail. There are several sailing schools where beginners and experienced alike can take to the water and learn new skills.

If you fancy heading into town for a spot of shopping and culture, then Ipswich should be on your visitor list. Ipswich is the county-town of Suffolk and is one of the oldest English towns. It is home to over 1,500 years of heritage, a cutting-edge theatre and arts scene. Stop for a drink at one of the cool waterfront bars or cosy Suffolk pubs.

Take a day out to Jimmy’s Farm and Wildlife Park, and you will get to see up close an eclectic mix of animals from around the globe including rare and exotic breeds. Meet the cheeky meerkats, see camels and get to stroke the guinea pigs. You may even get to see Jimmy, one of TV’s best-known farmers.

Holidaying in historical Suffolk

Some of the best-preserved medieval buildings in Britain can be found in the heart of Suffolk. As you walk through the street of Lavenham, you will get a sense of how much wealth these towns had,. And it is all down to the wool trade. Also worth a visit is Suffolk’s only cathedral, St Edmundsbury, and the historic abbey and gardens beside it.

There are also plenty of country houses and gardens that are open to the public. Make sure you visit the Italianate gardens of Ickworth House, or watch the Tudor re-enactments at Kentwell Hall. Experience the Victorian splendour of the Somerleyton Estate, or Helmingham Hall’s enchanting moat and gardens.

Visit the grand Tudor house of Christchurch Mansion and the Wolsey Art Gallery and discover the UK’s most significant collection of Constable and Gainsborough paintings and drawings outside of London.

Framlingham Castle, with its fearsome battlements, is an iconic symbol of history and heritage in Suffolk. Imposing Landguard Fort is also among the most popular historical places to visit, especially for families.

Horseracing plays a prominent role in the history and heritage of Suffolk. Newmarket is the home of horseracing. It was once the sporting playground for royalty and is now home to over 3,000 horses and boasts two racecourses. The racecourses host two of the five British Classic Races plus countless race days. The July Festival, one of the most glamourous events in the racing calendar.

Staying at one of the 30+ holiday parks in Suffolk

You will find a real mix of landscapes to explore in Suffolk with holiday stays to suit everyone. There are holiday parks in Suffolk along the coast and other further inland in glorious countryside. So, whether you would like to spend a day at the races, enjoy a coastal walk or look around some of the historic castles, there is something for everyone in Suffolk.

Browse a range of high quality holiday parks in Suffolk, offering holiday homes, glamping, touring holidays, chalets, lodges and cottages.

29 Holiday Parks available in Suffolk

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Broadland Sands Holiday Park

Lowestoft, Suffolk
Perfect for relaxing, touring and exploring - equally close to the Norfolk Broads, beautiful surrounding countryside, beaches or all ...

Suffolk Sands Holiday Park

Felixstowe, Suffolk
A small, relaxing park right on the seafront at Felixstowe, with views over the Docks and Nature reserve to. ...

Carlton Meres Holiday Park

Saxmundham, Suffolk
With its well stocked fishing lakes, tranquil location and abundance of leisure facilities, Carlton Meres is an ideal place for ...

The Sandlings Centre

Woodbridge, Suffolk
Small park on Suffolk's Heritage Coast offering lodges and caravan holiday homes for sale. ...

Broadland Holiday Village Ltd

Lowestoft, Suffolk
Family owned holiday village with bungalows, wooden lodges and caravans situated on the edge of Oulton Broad with indoor pool ...

Pakefield Caravan Park

Lowestoft, Suffolk
Beach front location and only minutes walk from Pakefield shops. Swimming pool, club and childrens play area. Ideal ...

Felixstowe Beach Holiday Park

Felixstowe, Suffolk
Holiday park located near to Felixstowe town and within walking distance of the beach. ...

Priory Park

Ipswich, Suffolk
Abbots and Friars offer log cabin holiday homes available for occupation throughout the year without restriction. Lookout and Monks Meadow ...

Beach Farm Residential & Holiday Park

Lowestoft, Suffolk
Friendly, peaceful, family run park set in 6 acres of sheltered attractive surroundings catering for Caravan Holiday Homes, Lodges & ...

Beach View Holiday Park

Leiston, Suffolk
Static/touring park with direct access to private beach on Suffolk Heritage Coast between coastal towns of Aldeburgh and Southwold. ...

Peewit Caravan Park

Felixstowe, Suffolk
Family owned and operated set in 13 tree lined and landscaped acres 900 metres from Felixstowe seafront. Quiet and secluded. ...

Polstead Country Park

Polstead, Suffolk
60 pitches most with electric and screened with hedges. Modern accessible facilities. Small shop for essentials. Dog walking lane. ...

Outney Meadow Caravan Park

Bungay, Suffolk
8 acres, level grass area, well drained and part sheltered by trees, river frontage. Touring park open 01/03 to ...

The Hollies Camping and Leisure Resort

Kessingland, Suffolk
A 30 acre cliff top lodge, touring and camping park. Glamping and self catering available. ...

Cliff House Holiday Park

Dunwich, Suffolk
30 acre award winning park. 5 star, former EATB Park of the Year. Cliff top park with beach access. ...

Bucklesham Park

Ipswich, Suffolk
Brand new holiday site for lodges and touring. Renting & letting over 50's. ...

Waterside Park

Lowestoft, Suffolk
Overlooking the Suffolk coast and set in seven acres of parkland, Waterside is a very special place. Located in ...

Haw Wood Farm Caravan Park

Saxmundham, Suffolk

Ideal base for exploring Suffolk Heritage Coast. Easy access to Southwold, Dunwich, Walberswick, Aldeburgh and Minsmere RSPB Reserve.Quiet site with ...

Dunwich Cliffs Estate

Saxmundham, Suffolk
A private static caravan park on the Suffolk Heritage Coast in an area of outstanding natural beauty. ...

Kessingland Beach Holiday Park

Lowestoft, Suffolk
If you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, youll love Kessingland Beach Holiday Park in Suffolk. Simply hop across ...

Run Cottage Touring Park

Woodbridge, Suffolk
Close to the market town of Woodbridge with 45 generously sized pitches together with 2 glamping pods located in 4.5 ...

Forest Camping Ltd

Woodbridge, Suffolk
A spacious well drained caravan and campsite of some 2.8 hectares set in the centre of 1,500 hectares of Forestry ...

North Denes Park

Lowestoft, Suffolk
North Denes is the UKs most easterly caravan park. This stunning location is next to the beach at Ness Point ...