Tall Trees Caravan Park is a small, well landscaped park under the personal management of the owner. It is conveniently situated within easy walking distance of Heacham’s north beach and the main village shopping area.
The park is developed and maintained to a high standard, offering 149 fully serviced pitches set in seven acres of level grounds which have been extensively planted with trees and shrubs to provide a relaxing and rural ambiance. We are committed to environmental good practice and providing a high level of personal customer service. With no commercial letting, touring vans or on-site entertainment, Tall Trees offers the perfect base for tranquil family holidays.
We offer a wide range of new holiday homes to suit your budget and needs. Please telephone Julian Hiles to discuss you specific requirements, or feel free to visit the park and look round those on our show ground.
West Norfolk is the perfect place to relax. Unspoiled countryside rolls down to mile upon mile of beautiful coastline – providing endless opportunities for walking, cycling, bird watching, fishing, etc. The family orientated seaside resort of Hunstanton is just a short drive away.
Heacham village lies on the seaward side of the A149 coast road from King’s Lynn to Cromer. Turn off the A149 at the crossroads near Heacham Lavender Farm. Follow this road for 1/2 mile until it forks just past the Methodist Church. Take the right-hand fork. Tall Trees is 400 yards down this road on the left-hand side.
Places of interest to visit close to Heacham village include the Norfolk Lavender Farm where tours of the distillery and lavender fields are available during the summer months. On the site you will find a plant centre, gift shop, restaurant /coffee shop, a farm shop, farm animals zoo and Farmer Freds’ indoor activity centre for children.
Also for the keen bird watcher or rambler, RSPB Titchwell Reserve is just minutes along the coast road towards North Norfolk.
Locally you will find car boots and farmers’ markets as well as a weekly market on a Sunday in Hunstanton.
For a piece of Royal history then a visit to Blicking Estate, where Anne Boleyn once resided, is a great day out. And of course to explore the estate our present Royal family often visits then Sandringham is a pleasant coastal journey around the North Norfolk coast.