Things To Do In North Norfolk - Mill Farm CampinG
We are ideally located to explore North Norfolk with it's coast designated as an area of outstanding beauty and has much to offer visitors. From unspoilt beaches, to pretty flint villages, interesting market towns and traditional seaside resorts of Wells, Sheringham, Cromer and Mundesley.
The Deep History Coastline Discovery Trail (visitnorthnorfolk.com) invites the visitor to explore the 22 mile cliff top stretch from Weybourne to Cart Gap with eleven discovery points along the way.
Alternatively, inland there are the awe-inspiring Norfolk Broads, with over 117 square miles of woodland, walkways and navigational waters to explore there's hours of outdoor adventure to be had. Wroxham offers plentiful opportunities to hire a day-boat and discover the waters yourself, guided canoe tours or sit back and enjoy a guided cruise experience. Perhaps take the Bure Valley Railway narrow gauge train service from Aylsham as an alternative mode of transport to Wroxham.
The Cathedral city of Norwich has a beautiful heritage, vibrant nightlife, sophisticated shopping and an extensive variety of eating opportunities.
The area also has plenty to offer the sports enthusiast, fishing, cycling, tennis, swimming, birdwatching, golf, ten-pin bowling, horse riding, canoeing, sailing etc.
Other visitor attractions include the Muckleburgh Military Collection at Weybourne, BeWilderwood at Horning, Wroxham Barns, Blakeney Point Seal Trips, Europe's last end-of-the Pier Show at Cromer, East Ruston Old Vicarage Gardens and the National Trust Halls of Blickling and Felbrigg.