YOUR CHOSEN PARK IS... Two Mills Touring Park
Two Mills caravan park offers all-weather hardstanding touring pitches for caravans and tents. Set in eight acres of landscaped grounds, all have electric hook-up. Why not choose a ‘super’ pitch, with electric, fresh water and waste water hook-ups or even treat yourself to a ‘De-luxe Panoramic’ , extra sized, fully serviced pitch with a small paved patio area and views across the park.
Our modern, heated amenity buildings provide free showers, wash cubicles for the ladies, a handwash room and dishwashing facilities. A disabled unit and a launderette are available on the lower park area.
Two Mills is a dog friendly park with a private walk and exercise area.
Guests enjoy relaxing in the TV lounge with a cup of tea or coffee and using our tourist information to plan the next day’s adventure. If you prefer to watch TV in your own unit, we hire satellite boxes which improve the signal.
You can buy a morning paper, top-up on essentials and purchase Calor gas at our campsite shop. North Walsham is a short drive when you need more shopping.
A country restaurant is 150m from the park, though do ask us about other places to eat, how to find the best car parks or anything that will help you enjoy your stay with us in Norfolk.
Whats on nearby
Two Mills’ location between Cromer, the Norfolk Broads and Norwich lets you enjoy the very best of North Norfolk and the leisure activities nearby. Wonderful countryside and miles of golden sands are perfect for walking, cycling or horse-riding. Sea, waterways and tranquil rivers are for sailing, boating and canoeing; or a peaceful day's fishing. Local courses offer a relaxing round of Golf. All around are windmills, old churches, historic houses and pretty villages with abundant wildlife and birds in unspoilt habitats and nature reserves.
Along the Weavers Way is the lovely village of Worstead, its huge church telling of its former prosperity when Flemish weavers wove the woollen cloth named after it.
A few miles further is Wroxham-Hoverton and the River Bure, gateway to the Norfolk Broads. Visit the town’s many attractions, local shops and the Bure Valley Railway. The Norfolk Broads come close to the coast at Horsey, visit
Horsey Mere & Windpump, then look out for seals basking on the nearby beach.
Situated on a cliff, overlooking its promenade, pier and golden beaches, the Victorian resort of Cromer is famous for delicious freshly caught crabs. The town has many shops and cafes along its streets and alleyways. Attractions include the Lifeboat Museum, Pavillion Theatre, Cromer Museum and medieval church.
Four miles West along the coastal path lies Sheringham, a seaside town with weekly open market, fishing museum, seal viewing trips and the North Norfolk heritage railway.
Norwich is one of the most complete medieval cities in Britain, with 1500 ancient buildings within its walls. The romanesque cathedral has extensive cloisters and a spire that dominates the skyline. Norwich Castle houses the city’s museum and art gallery atop a high mound. Parks and open spaces are a feature of Norwich. The Plantation is a 3 acre grade II listed garden staging events throughout the year. A huge permanent market, The Royal Arcade and modern retail malls provide a complete shopping experience.
Other attractions include the estate and Royal residence at Sandringham, Felbrigg Hall, Blicking Hall and East Ruston Old Vicarage Coastal Gardens.This is just a flavour of the more popular attractions around Two Mills. We are open most of the year, so come and experience Norfolk life at any time.
How to find us
For directions to Two Mills Touring Park, click on the map or click for caravan site directions.
Barbara & Ray Barnes
Two Mills Touring Park
North Walsham, Norfolk
Postcode: NR28 9NA
Telephone: 01692 405829
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