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Willowcroft Camping And Caravan Park in Norfolk

A small, very friendly family run 2-acre site set in peaceful unspoilt surroundings.
Just a two minute walk from the river, where you can fish, sail, row, or simply walk along the river bank into Potter Heigham Village, which is only twenty minutes away.
Should you like a little more activity, then we are only 15 miles from both Norwich and Great Yarmouth, and you need only travel 5 or so miles to a selection of wonderful beaches.

The site itself offers showers, toilets,(New re-vamped ladies open Easter 2009), electric hook-ups, welcomes dogs and is an ideal haven for bird watches, cyclists and walkers.

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Reviews of Willowcroft Camping And Caravan Park

We have visited the site since 1973, when Jack & Ruth were owners. We have enjoyed every visit (aroud 75 ) and never had a complaint. Jim and Kandy have completely transformed it. We have two Boxers and have never ever seen 'dog mess' on the site. The majority of the Campers are, like us, there for the peace and tranquility.
It will always be our favourite and we hope to continue our association with it, for a long time yet. I think Wendy must have been dreaming.
Peter & Val Giblin (25th Nov 2010)
My wife and I have stayed at Willowcroft for many years in both tents and caravan. The owners have worked very hard in making improvements to the site and amenities and we are now very lucky in being able to leave our van on the site. We visit regularly and could not wish for a better place to stay as it is close to all our favourite places and the river.
Graham Furness (5th Jan 2010)