Buy A Caravan In Norfolk
Haven offers a range of both new and pre-loved caravans for sale at their site – before you try the auctions below, have a look at what they currently have on offer.
The list below contains the most up-to-date auctions for static caravans in Norfolk. If you see anything you fancy, just click on the link to be taken through to the full item listing on eBay.
Please note: All auctions listed on this site are run by third parties. We are not attached to any of the auctions in any way. We cannot be held responsible for any issues that may arise if you purchase via these listings.
Why Buy A Static Caravan In Norfolk?
Buying a static caravan doesn’t mean you have to mean being tied to the spot or even the shore. If you choose Norfolk, you could wile away the hours on board a barge winding its way along the Norfolk Broads or if you prefer a bit more action you can even do it in a canoe. It’s a glorious maze of waterways which comprises of 125 miles of lock-free, easy navigable paths that see the meeting of 7 rivers including the Thurne, the Bure and the Waveney. You can moor your boat at Hickling, Barton or Breydon and enjoy gourmet meal or visit let the kids play on the green banks and just keep going until you reach Great Yarmouth.
Yarmouth and Hunstanton are special places to spend your free time and there is an astounding 15 miles of sandy beaches to enjoy. The bright sand on these shores is spectacular, as is the coastline in this well-loved place known as Big Sky Country. It might be fair to say that people who gravitate to this part of the world are fond of the soothing pulse that the water provides, and the fishing is second to none. But there’s always an exciting hotspot to head for when you’re ready to liven things up and the esplanade at Yarmouth provides the backdrop to a festival of fun to be had all the way along The Golden Mile.
One of the challenges when buying a static caravan here will be the vast choice of parks and caravan sites to consider. There are 7 in Great Yarmouth alone and all have excellent facilities. Parks like Caister, California Cliffs and Seashore are nearest all the action and bustling with activity, so look at those first if you want to be in the centre of things.