Set amongst 300 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an area of outstanding natural beauty, Kelling Heath is also very close to the North Norfolk coastline at Weybourne.
In This Section:
- An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- Walk on the wild side
- Walks & Trails
- Acorn Activities
- Red Squirrels
- Silver-Studded Blue Butterflies and Bees
- Our bat population at Kelling Heath
- Cycle hire & routes
- The night sky at Kelling Heath
- The seasons at Kelling Heath
- Five star Bug Hotel
- Plants at Kelling Heath
- Ponds and Heathland work
- Memories of Kelling Heath
- Kelling Heath Timeline
Set amongst 300 acres of woodland and rare open heathland in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kelling Heath is also very close to the North Norfolk coastline at Weybourne.
A wonderful environment in which you can relax and enjoy activities together with children, family and friends.
There are footpaths throughout our 300 acres. Enjoy the beauty of the Norfolk countryside and panoramic views of the Weybourne coastline.
As well as a network of footpaths for you to explore the Park by there are several self-guided trails. These are available throughout the year and can be enjoyed at your own pace at any time of day. Leaflets for these trails are available at reception; there is a small charge for some of the leaflets.
Acorn Activities offers families the chance to learn about the environment of Kelling Heath and the wildlife that lives amidst this unique Park.
At Kelling Heath we are pleased to have captive Red Squirrels, which are part of a national scheme for captive breeding. We regret our live webcam feeds which come direct from the enclosure at Kelling Heath is are not available at the moment.
Kelling Heath is blessed with a high quality habitat that the Park protects and enhances with benefits to humans and wildlife, especially our bat population.
Kelling Heath is pleased to offer a cycle hire service through Huff & Puff Cycle Hire.
The changing seasons as seen at Kelling Heath.
Creepy crawlies enjoy the most of lavish five-star accommodation at Kelling Heath Holiday Park in their very own bug hotel.
View the list of plants at Kelling Heath The Park was surveyed on the 12th November 2015 by Dr. Jo Parmenter and colleagues. Jo is a Director at The Landscape Partnership, Norwich.
We have created this Timeline to highlight many of the key milestones at Kelling Heath since 1984 when the Timewell Family purchased Kelling Heath. We hope you enjoy reviewing it and that for some of you it may bring back memories.
What our guests are saying:
When asked where they'd like to go next for a holiday my children both without hesitation said Kelling Heath