Norfolk Broads Caravan Club Site

Johnson Street, Ludham, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, NR29 5NY

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families

Why stay here ...

Norfolk Broads Club Site is an open and tranquil holiday destination set in the midst of the scenic Norfolk Broads. These combine over 200 miles of waterways with windmills, market towns and several lovely river settings in between. The site is a great option for dog owners, with a variety of walks to choose from nearby. The caravan park is also only a short distance away from the attractive villages of Horning, Ludham and Potter Heigham, giving you easy access to all the conveniences you could wish for.

Wroxham & Potter Heigham form the boating centre in the area and both are closely located to the Norfolk Broads Club Site and the river Ant is a mere 180 metres away. You can take a lovely stroll along the riverbank to How Hill and St Benet's Abbey. The nearby Wroxham Barns is home to working craftsmen and is found next to a junior farm, children's playground and a summer funfair.

The Norfolk countryside is great for exploring by bike and perfect for all abilities, with plenty of country lanes to explore - you can buy a guide to local routes from reception. If you venture 10 miles away to the coast you’ll discover seaside towns to explore and see seals basking on the beaches, and a visit to Norwich is also a must, with its daily market, interesting castle and fine Norman cathedral.

Things to do on site ...

  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Dog walk on site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: fair
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Bronze

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Walking notes:

Maps of local walks are available from Ludham Bridge Stores including those along the river.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:
There is a mini-market in Bridge Stores nearby and Throwers in Ludham village 1.5 miles away with a good delicatessen. The closest supermarket is Roys in Wroxham, about 5.5 miles from the site

Great savings on days out

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Directions

Leave the A47 Norwich Southern bypass at the Acle roundabout onto the A1064 (signposted Caister-on-Sea, Hemsby). In 2 miles fork left onto the B1152. In 3 miles turn left onto A149. In 1.3 miles turn left onto A1062 (sp Ludham, Horning). In 200 yards turn right at the t-junction (sign posted Ludham, Horning). Pass through Ludham village and in 2 miles the site is on the left, after The Dog Public house and before Ludham Bridge.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
NR29 5NY
GPS:
Lat 52.70036 / Lon 1.51371
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
TG375172
OS map ref:
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Handbook map ref:
M7

Transport links

  • Car hire on site
  • Nearest park and ride: Norwich
  • Nearest train station: Wroxham
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Very impressed!

This was our first outing since the dreaded virus struck and I was very impressed with how well the site managed the rules and regulations. Everything was spotless and there was a good system in place for the use in the amenity block. Full marks. A nice quiet site with a friendly pub, The Dog, a short walk up the road. They serve good food but the kitchen is closed on Mondays. Likewise they are also very good where covid rules are concerned. Some nice walks from the site too as well as cycle rides. Boats can be hired close by, all in all a good break.
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Good open site and plenty to do in the local area

We stayed on the site w/c 12th September. The site is easy to get to, nice and open (a few trees but not too large to hide the sun!) and kept well maintained by the friendly wardens. There is a little road noise but this was not obtrusive and not nearly as noisy as the "fly-by" of the geese at regular intervals :-) We used our bicycles for most of the week and purchased the Cycle Route map from reception - it provides some good safe country road routes with just a few sections of main road and takes you past a number of gardens, pubs and towns. Our favorites were The Fur and Feathers (WoodBastwick), How Hill, Hoveton Hall, Waxham (good place for lunch) and Ranworth Broad. We hired a day boat from Sutton Staithe and managed to get from their to Ranworth and back (even spotting 5 Kingfishers) - reasonably priced at £120.00 (and the boat was electric so no noisy smelly diesel). The Dog Inn just up from the site has good outside seating and does a reasonable evening meal including Gluten Free options which my wife requires. All in all a lovely week, helped by beautiful weather for the time of you and we would definitely visit again!
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Lovely relaxing time

I stayed on this site over the August Bank Holiday and it was quieter than expected, probably due to the variable weather, so I found it mostly peaceful. I stayed on a grass pitch towards the back of the site and this was very quiet and had plenty of space around it. I was set back a little way from the access road so didn't notice any children but to be honest there have been children tearing around on bikes and scooters on pretty much every site I've visited in the school holidays! The site itself is well maintained and there are lots of walks accessible from it including St. Benet's Abbey and How Hill Nature Reserve - don't miss the secret garden! Bewilderwood is just up the road for those with children and there are plenty of places to hire boats nearby. A short drive takes you to Horsey Gap where you can see seals all year round and nearby Horsey Mill is worth a stop for refreshments or a comfort break. I stayed as a solo female guest and felt perfectly safe on site and in the surrounding area. There was plenty to do so I will be returning with the family next year.
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Perfect Stay

We visited this site August bank holiday weekend, and were concerned that we may miss the 8pm arrivals time. I called the site and they were very helpful and advised me not to worry they would wait for us. The pitches were large and flat, amenities very easily located and the motor home service point was well equipped. We visited friends staying on the Broads and the location of the site to Ludham Bridge made it easy to meet up with them. We visited the Dog Inn which was just a short walk from the site and walked into Ludham village. The only thing lacking on the site was a good sized dog walking field, they do have one but it is very small and digs must be kept on leads. Overall I thought the site was great, wardens very friendly and would definitely visit again.
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Good site in Nice location.

Arriving at the site is quite welcoming, with the arrivals area well planted with flowers, ornamental gardens etc. It is well laid out, and quite easy to tootle round looking for your ideal pitch. There are plenty of well placed service points. The site is kept clean and tidy by "the crew". My only recommendation for this site would be to provide entry and exit barriers to prevent unwanted access from unauthorised vehicles. At the moment anyone can drive in and around the site.
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Site contact details

Telephone:
01692 630357

Site information

This Club campsite is now open and is following social distancing and safety requirements as set out by the UK government. Face coverings are now mandatory when visiting the reception area on site. Our priority is first and foremost the health and safety of our staff, our members, our guests and the local communities.

Only pay 5% VAT. A 12.5% reduction on all published prices will be applied to your booking when you arrive and pay for your stay on site.