Norfolk Premier Park introduces new play areas


Families looking to find quality campsites, can now enjoy a stay at Kelling Heath in north Norfolk, where children will love the new steam train and squirrel-themed play areas. The play areas are a welcome addition to the site's family-friendly credentials, set among 300 acres of woodland and rare open heathland on the Norfolk coast, near Weybourne.

For younger children there is a wood-framed train in the campsite’s Village Square, and older kids can tackle the Squirrel’s Drey walkway with slide, ladder and a climbing frame, on the sports field. The latter design was so-called to showcase the fact that Kelling has successfully bred over 30 kittens since joining the national red squirrel breeding programme in 1999.

The new structures are made from sustainable robinia wood to fit in with the campsite’s natural surroundings, being made and installed by play park specialist, Elbe.

Mark Durrant, Kelling Heath’s Park Manager, says the popular staycation destination decided to invest in the new facilities after taking on board feedback from guests. We pride ourselves on providing fantastic facilities for our guests, but there is always more that can be done to enhance the on-park experience and that goes for our younger guests as much as anyone else,” he said.

Find out more about Kelling Heath Holiday Park.

Images, from L-R: North Norfolk Railway's General Manager, Andrew Munden, officially opens the new play facilities at Kelling Heath Holiday Park; Steam train adventure play area; Squirrels drey play area (all images courtesy of Kelling Heath).