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Honeypot Camp & Caravan Park in Norfolk

The Smith family have lived at Honeypot Farm since 1963 and have run their caravan and camping park for over 40 years, where they have established a happy and satisfied customer base for those seeking peace and quiet. Situated in the peaceful village of Wortham close to the Suffolk/Norfolk border, the site covers over 6 acres with two large lakes.

One lake is available for fishing (day or half day tickets at reasonable rates) by campsite residents and holds a variety of mixed course fish, and carp weighing up to 15lbs or more. The other lake is smaller, about ¼ acre and is full of ornamental fish which are so tame they almost eat out of your hand!

Respect for other campsite users, old fashioned values and good manners are at the heart of what we are about. No noisy clubhouses or fast food cafe's. Just the sound of the birds singing and the bees buzzing in the sanctuary of the managed wildlife havens and woodland walks on site.

If you're a caravanner or camper who just enjoys the simple pleasures of exploring the Suffolk countryside and the 200 acres of common land that surround the villages of Wortham, Mellis and Burgate all within walking distance, then look no further than the Honeypot Caravan and Camping Park.

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Reviews of Honeypot Camp & Caravan Park

Very tranquil site. Quite close to main Road so easy to find and in very quiet village. Facilities were immaculate and an endless supply of hot water which was very welcome after a week sailing on the Norfolk Broads with no shower! We had a lovely sheltered pitch which we were very grateful for as the wind blew very hard while we were there. Not sure I'd take young children because in the area that would be good to explore you have to keep to the grass paths and because it was so quiet I might worry about them disturbing others. However if you want a peaceful, friendly, natural site, this is very good.
happy camper (19th Aug 2014)
absolutely lovely can't wait to return this year.
linda and barry grimmer (7th Mar 2012)