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Coastal Campsites for Sea Kayaking

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There is great sea paddling to be had all around the UK’s coastline and some top UK campsites to match. We’ve selected three areas below to help get you started …

 

Sea Kayaking in Norfolk

An often over-looked gem the Norfolk coastline is simply stunning. The beaches, bays and estuaries of Norfolk can offer the sea kayaker some great experiences. With miles and miles of wide sandy beaches, unspoilt Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and some of the best nature reserves in the country, it’s easy to see why the Norfolk coast will appeal to the nature loving sea kayaker.

 

Camping in Norfolk

Woodhill Park (PREMIER PARK)

Cromer Road, East Runton, Norfolk NR27 9PX

01263 512242

woodhill-park.com

Located in a clifftop position between Cromer and Sheringham with great views of the coastline and surrounding countryside.

 

Pinewoods Holiday Park

Beach Road, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk NR23 1DR

01328 710439

pinewoods.co.uk

This site lies behind pine-topped sand dunes on the edge of Wells beach and also has a boating lake with canoe and kayak hire available.

 

Long Beach Tenting & Touring

Beach Road, Hemsby, Norfolk NR29 4JD

01493 730023

long-beach.co.uk

Set on a private estate with over 40 acres of sand dunes and a fine sandy beach. Various touring and camping areas but Long Beach is the closest to the beach.

 

Paddling in Cornwall

The Cornish coastline is steeped in history, myth and legend and with its abundance of cliffs, secluded bays and coves, white sandy beaches and wildlife it’s no wonder that it’s a popular destination. It has something to offer all levels of paddler too. From exciting multi-day trips to rock hopping just off a sandy beach, the Cornish Peninsula has a diversity of environments that’s truly impressive.

 

Campsites in Cornwall

Pentewan Sands (PREMIER PARK)

Pentewan, St Austell, Cornwall PL26 6BT

01726 843485

pentewan.co.uk

You really can’t get closer to the beach than here! Premium pitches are literally steps from the privately owned beach that also has a watersports centre.

 

Porth Beach Holiday Park (PREMIER PARK)

Porth, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 3NH

01637 876531

porthbeach.co.uk

Just 100m from sandy Porth Beach and close to Fistral Beach in the watersports hub of Newquay.

 

Mother Ivey’s Bay Holiday Park (PREMIER PARK)

Trevose Head, Nr Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8SL

01841 520990

motheriveysbay.com

Stunning cliftop location with access to private beach via short path from park. Nearby St Merryn has a surf shop and kayak hire and guests of Mother Ivey’s can get discount with Harlyn Surf School.

 

Kayaking in Dorset

The Dorset coastline boasts the famous Jurassic Coast and as you’d expect it’s very beautiful. Experienced sea kayakers can challenge themselves against the area’s hefty tides, and those with less adventure can simply enjoy a relaxing jaunt among the rocks. Lulworth Cove is a superb spot for spending time afloat. If you fancy taking it easy, are new to sea kayaking, or just want a spot of sheltered water, then a paddle in Poole Harbour is ideal.

 

Camping in Dorset

Redcliffe Farm Campsite

Redcliffe – Ridge, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5BE

01929 550258

redcliffefarmcamping.co.uk

Campsite has direct access to the River Frome via its own slipway where you can then paddle out into Pool Harbour. For a less strenuous paddle, Poole is just a 30-minute drive.

 

Durdle Door Holiday Park

West Lulworth, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5PU

01929 400200

lulworth.com

Half a mile from dramatic Durdle Door and just over a mile from Lulworth Cove (both via the South West Coast Path), or 1½ miles to Lulworth by car where there is ample parking.

 

Park Dean West Bay Holiday Park

Bridport, Dorset DT6 4HB

0344 335 3450

parkdeanholidays.co.uk

Entrance to the park is opposite West Bay harbour and the sand and shingle beach so you can be straight out onto the water of the stunning Jurassic Coast. 

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