Set amongst glorious heath and woodland on the Cromer Ridge Kelling Heath provides a unique experience. With the scent and sounds of gorse and heather, iconic costal views and a chance to savour the past of the steam train passing by. Plenty of plants, insects, birds and wildlife inhabit the site.
This information collected in 2011 used to provide the information here is awaiting updating although general accessibility is unchanged there have been improvements to all waymarking and signing including the reintroduction of the Easy Access route. A change of Coasthopper provision has currently seen the removal of the Kelling Heath stop. Members of the public are welcome to visit Kelling Heath and enjoy the walks and there are a wide range of facilities on site.
Kelling Heath factsheet PDF download
Kelling Heath review PDF download
Easy Access walks background information
Kelling Heath Holiday Park site information www.kellingheath.co.uk
Kelling Heath access walk review
Kelling Heath Holiday Park is a commercial site but there are a number of waymarked walks around the heath and woodland. A site map can be obtained from reception and also direct from the parks website. The original easy access route is no longer marketed or signed but the general route can be walked.