Editor’s Choice – Three Rivers Camping Norfolk
Three Rivers is an idyllic waterside campsite in the Norfolk countryside where barn owls, herons and kingfishers regularly show themselves. It’s linked to the Waveney River, which flows into the Broads National Park and it is also linked to wonderful walks and cycle routes including the Angles Way.
The site sits in 7½ acres of land on the Geldeston Dyke and offers 12 pitches all year round for tents, caravans, campervans and motorhomes, some with electric hook-ups. It’s even had hammocks slung between trees! There’s a boat shed housing modern shower rooms, flushing toilets and a kitchen with a microwave and fridge/freezer. Guests can take their own barbeques or fire pits as long as they stand off the ground and dogs are welcome.
Conveniently, Three Rivers hires out bicycles and boats to help people enjoy what’s around them and there’s a slipway to launch their own boats.
Owner Jodi says: “It’s a beautiful spot and very peaceful. There are lots of lovely walks. One of them is a seven mile round trip from our site to Beccles, via some nice pubs. You can also take the Big Dog Ferry from our quay to Beccles, which is a very pleasant little market town.
“We also have two local pubs within a mile, both really lovely but with quite different vibes.”