Kelling Heath Holiday Park

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Kelling Heath Holiday Park
Kelling Heath
NR25 7HW
01263 588181
Campsite Type

The unique setting of Kelling Heath makes it an ideal destination to bring your touring caravan or tent.

Relax and unwind amongst rare open heathland enjoying backdrops of mature pine and native woodland. Whatever the season, there's peace and tranquillity to be found at Kelling Heath, although during the school holidays the touring areas are at their busiest.

Campsite/Caravan Park Details

Basic facilities
  • Toilet Block
  • Shower Block
  • Electric hookup
  • Chemical Disposal
  • Washing up
  • Disabled facilites
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Laundry

Accommodation Types
  • Touring caravans
  • Motorhomes and campers
  • Trailer tents
  • Tents
  • Static holiday homes

Pitch type
Mixed grass and hardstanding
Level pitches
Super pitch facilities
  • Electric hook up
  • Mains water
  • Waste point
  • T.V Point

Pets - Dogs allowed

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Kelling Heath at Easter

Pleasant reception, good directions and assistance getting to the pitch on arrival.

The pitches get boggy when the ground is wet and are fairly cramped in size with a lot of caravans close together.

Big problems with power while we were there, it kept tripping off and there was often no hot water in the toilet/shower block. There was a problem with the generator which should now have been repaired/replaced.

Toilets and showers, while not bad, were not as clean as they could have been although a combination of a full site and a muddy weekend contributed to this, I'm sure.

Good areas for walking or cycling and a good play area for the kids in the woods. Archery, circus workshop, easter egg hunt and bird box making were all enjoyed by the kids.

Use of the leisure centre (including swimming pool) is expensive, so we didn't bother. We didn't use the restaurant either but saw the meals being served to others and they looked good. The two bars were pleasant, one quiet , one with entertainment. The quiet bar did seem to get very smokey however.

I would go to Kelling Heath again but would go later in the season when there is more likelihood of warm weather and drier ground.


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