02/04/2012
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Grange Farm Touring Park, Norfolk

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The first thing that strikes you about Grange Farm is its great location.

The star feature to this adults only campsite is that it is bordered by the River Wissey on one side. This not only gives visitors the chance to watch assorted watercraft chugging past but it also gives a chance for anglers to dip their rods. You can fish here at no extra cost (so long as you have a rod licence) and the river offers a good variety of fish, including perch, roach and pike.

The river also attracts a wide variety of wildlife, and guests can also have the use of the fishing lake too at a small charge of £4 per day. With the site being well manicured and maintained to a high standard, plus the relaxing ambiance that the river provides, this is a great place to let the hassles of everyday life gently ebb away.

The wide entrance offers plenty of room for even the largest of leisure vehicles and it’s clear that the owners have done a lot of landscaping work on the site. Reception is housed in the small on-site shop, which is open from April to September, with gravelled roads leading off to the pitches. Opposite reception are two toilet blocks which feature disabled facilities, loos, showers and an outdoor covered washing up area.

Across the road is a petrol station that has a decent mini-market. The village of Stoke Ferry is nearby which has a Post Office, takeaways and small shop. Other local attractions include Gooderstone Water Gardens, Grimes Graves at Lynford (an underground flint mine dating back to Stone Age man), Oxburgh Hall (a National Trust property) and Thetford Forest.



Contact:
Grange Farm Touring Park                             
Whittington Hill
Whittington
King's Lynn
Norfolk
PE33 9TF

Tel: 01366 500075
Email: [email protected]

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