The Sandringham Estate CMC Site, Norfolk, PE35 6EZ, Tel: 01553 631614


To find site:- From Kings Lynn take A149 signed for Hunstanton. After passing sign for Castle Rising on your left watch out for right turn signed B1439 for West Newton, there is also a brown sign with a caravan logo. The site is about half a mile along this road on the left. Caravanners are asked not to approach the site from the West Newton direction.  

We have been coming to this site on and off for more than thirty years. Originally it was a basic forest site with no toilet blocks. Some years later the site was expanded and upgraded. It now has 135 pitches with, all but a handful, on gravel hard standings and all are of a generous size. Most pitches require some minor levelling. There are two heated toilet blocks. The lower block near reception looks as though it has been updated and it has an enclosed washing up area and a laundry. The higher block although kept in perfectly clean condition is now a bit dated. Apparently this block is due to be demolished and rebuilt in the near future. During the rebuilding they will also provide two motorhome service points with open grill drains rather than the current heavy lift up drain covers. Water and waste disposal points are at the two toilet blocks and dotted around the site. Electric points are convenient to all pitches and are rated at 16 amps and use CEE17 blue connectors. Television reception is poor so TV booster points are provided free on each electric bollard which are free to use but you have to provide your own co-ax cable. These can be purchase from reception if you don’t have your own. There is a small play area for younger children. The site is now open all year. Non-members accepted but no tents. (There is a Camping and Caravanning Club site almost next door) Reception sell fresh milk and newspapers can be ordered. There is site wide Wifi and access can be purchased online. 4G connectivity is a bit hit and miss which may depend on Network. 

Immediately around the site is easy access to forest walks around the Sandringham Estate. Also within fairly easy walking distance is Sandringham House and visitors centre where you can buy refreshments and there is also toilets and parking. (I understand that from 2020 a parking charge will be in place) If you want to visit a traditional seaside town take the short drive to Hunstanton. On the way call into Norfolk Lavender which is on the main road just before Hunstanton. Kings Lynn is also well worth a visit. As well as being a useful shopping town it is also steeped in history and several hours can be taken up with walking around the old town. For food shopping there are Tesco supermarkets in both Kings Lynn and Hunstanton, the latter having slightly easier access, however we did come across a rather nice Budgens supermarket in Dersingham which is only a short distance from the campsite. There is an hourly bus service from immediately outside the campsite entrance to Kings Lynn in one direction and Hunstanton (via Sandringham) in the other.

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