The beach at Caister is wide and sandy and you can walk between the sand dunes straight on to it from Caister Holiday Park. You can bring a chair or a towel and just relax in the sun, or join the kids for a splash in the sea and help them with their sandcastle.
Back on the Park, why not spend a few hours of fun in the heated indoor pool, with its multi-lane slide and the bubble pool? You can hire a submersible aqua-jet or walk on water in one of the giant bubbles called Water Walkerz. There are also lessons in swimming and water confidence for younger chidren.
There’s so much for children to enjoy they’ll find it hard to know where to start, from the fun tower with giant slides, to kiddie cars, bike and kart hire and the climbing wall with abseiling.
Every group of ages have their own club with activities ranging from storytime and messy play for the tiniest, to grafitti-arts and point collecting challenges for the teens. The park is safe and secure for children to roam.
Two showbars provide day and night entertainment, with dancing, live music, comedy, competitions and shows to suit the whole family.
You can stay in comfortable static caravans or chalets, or you can bring your own motorhome, caravan or tent to the touring site, which has excellent modern conveniences. Pets are welcome in touring, or in standard caravans, and are also allowed on the beach for walks.
Plenty of choice for food comes from the comfortable, family-friendly Mash and Barrel Lounge-Bar-Cafe, Pappa John’s Pizza (which delivers!), or the traditional fish and chip shop. If you don’t want to eat out you can find all you need at the Spar Convenience Store.
Caister Holiday Park is close to Great Yarmouth, with its shops, pier, long, sandy beach and attractions like the Sea Life Centre amd Merrivale Model Village.
At nearby Wroxham you can hire a boat for the day or afternoon, or go for a trip around the Broads on one of the pleasure boats.
Perhaps another day, for a treat for the kids, you could take them to BeWILDerwood, at Hoveton. Have fun and adventure in the forest, with magic treehouses, zipwires, jungle bridges, boat rides, Crocklebogs, Twiggles and Boggles and marsh walks, all based on the magical world created by local author, Tom Blofield.
Norfolk tends to have some of the UK’s driest weather, all the better to enjoy your holiday at Caister Holiday Park.
Caister Holiday Park has the following types of accommodation.
- Static Caravans
The following facilities are available at Caister Holiday Park. Some facilities may not be available low season and some may be subject to a small fee.
- Indoor Pool
- Children's Playground
- Kids Club
- Children's Entertainment
- Regular Evening Entertainment
- Take Away Food
- Pool Table
- Hire Shop
- Pets Allowed
- Direct Access To Beach