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If you Google for Camping in Norfolk and Suffolk, you’ll likely retrieve thousands of search results on places to pitch up, but where do you even begin with deciding where to stay?


The truth is, it all depends on what experience you want when camping in Norfolk and Suffolk. If you want a lively site with plenty of entertainment, lots of people, and don’t mind queuing for facilities, there are lots of commercial campsites darted around.


If, on the other hand, you like the idea of a more relaxed and peaceful camping experience surrounded by nature that’s off-grid and really rather magical, these are a little harder to come by.


Camping in Norfolk and Suffolk with Driftways


As a small family-run independent meadow campsite nestled along a country lane in Pulham Market near Diss, we offer a heart-warming camping in Norfolk and Suffolk experience. Somewhere you can:


  • Genuinely call your own for a few days (or more!)

  • Be at one with nature and unwind

  • Feel completely uninterrupted and welcomed

  • Enjoy your own space (we’re very generous with pitch sizes and the space between you and neighbouring guests)

  • Enjoy an off-grid camping experience (don’t worry, we still have somewhere for you to keep your cold food and drink fresh and charge devices – all in our Dairy)

  • Bring your dog or dogs (please see our page on pets)

  • Gather around your very own fire pit of an evening

  • Admire a few farm animals (we have horses, goats and chickens, two cats and two dogs!)


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The perfect place to explore Norfolk and Suffolk


As we’re in Pulham Market, which is in South Norfolk, you benefit from being able to dart between Norfolk and Suffolk on your days out. So, in a way, a stay with us is much like camping in Norfolk and Suffolk.


Within 30-40 minutes, you can visit Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, which is one of our favourite towns. It’s packed full of independent shops and restaurants (over 2,000 to be precise). Other places in Suffolk that are within easy reach of us include Southwold beach, which is famous for its unspoiled coastline and pier.


There’s plenty to do in Norfolk, too, as there are 90 miles of coastline to explore, hundreds, if not thousands, of well-trodden hiking trails and lots of traditional and new attractions. You can even swing through the treetops in Thetford Forest!


Having a young family ourselves, we’re more than happy to have a chat about the best places to visit – there’s something to suit every budget.


You needn’t go far for an amazing time, though. Plenty of public footpaths run in and around Pulham Market, so many of our guests tend to stay pretty local. We encourage you to take a look at what they have to say about their experience of staying at Driftways.


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