Offering a friendly dining experience. Located at the water’s edge of the River Yare, you can enjoy the views from the restaurants or outside on our river-front.
Situated in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, and close to nearby Norwich and Great Yarmouth, we offer an idyllic setting for your camping holiday in Norfolk. With loads of activities near by and facilities onsite you will find your stay with us an enjoyable experience.
Whether you’re camping in tents or you choose to bring your caravan to the Reedham Ferry Touring Park, you will have the freedom to explore the best of both worlds – quietness and tranquillity as opposed to the bright lights of the seaside resorts. Our park with its rural aspect nestles next to the River Yare in the heart of the Norfolk broads. Below are some of the facilities we offer.
- 4 Acre landscaped site with flat and spacious pitches
- Uninterrupted Norfolk horizons & fantastic views over the local marshes
- Electric Hook ups (camping & touring)
- Premier Hook ups (camping & touring)
- Hot Showers & shaver points
- Washing up facilities
- Numerous water points
- BBQ Area
- Cars may be parked by your caravan or camping pitch
- No extra charges for awnings, dingies, slipway, dogs, river fishing
The maximum size caravan / motorhome we can accomodate due to our small site is 7.5 meters
Pitches are based on 2 adults, any additional adults are £2 per night. Children under 18 are free.
Gazebos an extra £5.00 per night.
High Season : Any School Half Terms, Easter Holidays, May Bank Holiday, Whitsun Week, and 1st July through until the end of the School Summer Holidays.
OPENING TIMES : The Touring Park is open all year round (weather permitting!)
A great day out for all the family can be experienced here in the Norfolk Broads, at Pettitts Animal Adventure Park, or further afield at Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens, or Pleasurewood Hills Theme Park. Quieter days may well be spent on the broads or at Wroxham Barns for crafts and its junior farm. The neighbouring R.S.P.B Sanctuary at Strumpshaw, along with the famous steam engine collection are worth a visit.
Your hosts, the Archers, have been in residence at the Ferry Inn since 1949 – ensuring consistency with quality. Our surrounding marshes are a haven for birds, and include regular sightings of the rare Marsh Harrier, and the elusive but brilliantly coloured Kingfisher.