Pakefield's landscaped touring area is located a stone's throw from the beach. It offers 12 touring pitches on level ground, accessed by a tarmac road. The pitches all feature hook-ups and are serviced by a modern toilet block. The touring area is next to the main holiday home site and this offers the convenience of a shop, bar, as well as a heated outdoor swimming (open 21 May to end of September). Pakefield village offers a variety of shops, while a Morrisons supermarket is less than half a mile away. Lowestoft itself is a traditional seaside town. Pakefield has a lovely feel to it: friendly staff, modern facilities, attention to detail – all in all a delightful campsite, with lots to offer families and couples alike. The touring area, with its own amenity block, is just inside the park’s perimeter fence with easy approach to the beach footpath.

Its location allows access to all the amenities. The pitches are set on grass in two parallel rows facing across an asphalt strip. There is some new tree planting which will add to the attractiveness of the site. The key-pad entry shower block has accessible ramped access, is modern, well serviced and pristine. Laundry facilities are available too.



Offers For 2018
  • 4th March - 18th March - STAY FOR 5 AND ONLY PAY FOR 3

  • Fresh Water & Waste Drain
  • Easy Access To Toilet & Shower Block
  • Launderette
  • Our Park sells News Papers & cold drinks in the reception
  • Access To The Pool
  • Access To The Club
  • One Car (Included)
  • WIFI
  • Pets Go Free In 2018

Touring & Motorhomes

Pakefield is the ideal base from which to explore the coastal resorts and villages of Suffolk and Norfolk. Within a short drive through open countryside, passing windmills and waterways are the picturesque and tranquil Norfolk Broads. This series of inter-connected lakes and rivers, forms one of Britain’s most beautiful wetland areas, home to a vast array of wildlife, with pubs and villages along the away from which to enjoy all that the Broads offer.

A short drive in Suffolk, leads to Southwold, an historic seaside town, famous for its’ colourful beach huts and popular brewery. The historic city of Norfolk has fascinating winding streets of shops and cafes to explore and the National Trust owned, ancient burial site of Sutton Hoo is another national historic treasure. Children may enjoy a visit to Africa Alive or Pleasurewood Hills theme parks or to Framlingham Castle where special events often take place in the school holidays.

There are pleasures to enjoy for all the family at Pakefield Caravan Park making it a great place to holiday anytime of the year.