Fathers Day in Norfolk
With it’s beautiful coastline, stunning Broads National Park, and fantastic range of attractions, Fathers Day in Norfolk is a fantastic opportunity to show your dad just how much you love him! If you’re spending Fathers Day with us at Hemsby Beach Holiday Park, then why not take him out for the day? Here are our suggestions on what to do with Dad this Father’s Day!
Go Cycling or for a Walk
Norfolk is full of cycle routes and walking trails, and the county has the perfect scenery for a relaxing Fathers Day stroll or cycle. BroadsByCycle has self-service bike hire within the Norfolk Broads, with locations for pick-up at Hoveton, Horning, and Ludham so you can hire and go at your leisure. The Norfolk Broads Cycling website has lots of information on how to hire the bikes, routes, and more, so taking dad out on a bike ride in Norfolk couldn’t be easier! Visit Norfolk also feature different walks to take within the county, from short and circular walks to long distance, no matter your or your Dad’s ability there will be a route to suit you! Plus, with Norfolk’s gorgeous countryside and wildlife it’s the perfect way to spend some quality time with Dad.
Visit the Beach
Hemsby Beach Holiday Park is conveniently located just a 10-minute walk from Hemsby’s beautiful beach. Why not take Dad to the beach for the day? The beach features large dunes and golden sand. Being a traditional seaside resort, Hemsby also has a number of seaside attractions to take advantage of near the beach, from Ceaser’s arcade to family-friendly pubs and food stalls, as well as adventure golf and fair rides. Get out the bucket and spade and beach towels and head down to the beach for a relaxed Fathers Day in Norfolk by the seaside!
Explore the Broads National Park
Being in Norfolk, Hemsby Beach Holiday Park benefits from being within easy reach of Broads National Park. Exploring the Broads by boat is one of the best ways to see the area, so why not take a trip to Wroxham and hire a day boat from Richardson’s Day Boat Hire? Seating from 5-12, these day boats are perfect for any party size. There are also fishing boats to hire, so if Fathers Day falls within the fishing season why not get a license, hire a fishing boat, and take Dad out on the Broads to see what you can catch? The Broads beautiful, and exploring them by boat is one of the most relaxing ways to see the waterways.
Take a Trip to the City
The city of Norwich, often referred to as the capital of Norfolk, is a short 45-minute drive from Hemsby Beach Holiday Park, or half an hour on the train from Great Yarmouth. The city is full with shopping opportunities, history and heritage, as well as culture. There are many options within the city of things to do with Dad on Fathers Day in Norfolk, from Norwich’s 2 shopping centres within short walks of each other, the city’s Riverside Walk passing historic sites such as Cow Tower, and beautiful cultural sites like Norwich Cathedral. Take Dad to the city and explore!