Things to Do in Hemsby

We have lots of fun entertainment at Hemsby Beach Holiday Park to keep the kids entertained during the day and evening, from the fantastic Ellie Club with competitions, fancy dress, and Junior Star Talent, to our wonderful facilities including a heated indoor swimming pool, soft play area, “Bowleasy” mini ten pen bowling* and more! The traditional seaside resort of Hemsby also has many wonderful things to explore and take part in, so read on to find out things to do in Hemsby!

Caesers is on Hemsby Beach Holiday Park’s doorstep – just one of many things to do in Hemsby!

Out of the things to do in Hemsby, the beach is an obvious choice for a day out with the family!The most obvious choice is Hemsby’s beautiful golden beach. Separated from the village by large dunes, the beach is wide with plenty of space for everyone, so grab the beach towels and a bucket and spade and spend the afternoon at the seaside! Why not have a sandcastle building competition, or create art out of shells you find? You even bury someone’s legs in the sand and make a mermaid tail out of the sand!

We have a fantastic outdoor play area for adventurous kids – one of many fantastic things to do in the Hemsby!On your way to the beach, you will pass many shops, amusement arcades, attractions, and places to eat! Hemsby Beach Holiday Park benefits from being on Beach Road, the road that leads to the beach and also houses most of these shops and attractions. Choose from The Lost World adventure gold, or perhaps some of the fun seaside rides such as the Wacky World Ride. There are many delicious treats to pick up as well, including seaside favourites ice cream, donuts, and fish & chips! Caesars amusement arcade has something for everyone, and is located on Hemsby Beach Holiday Park’s doorstep. You can also enjoy our Outdoor Play and Family Fun Area, a fantastic facility for children with a sense of adventure – those with a need for speed can even have a go on our racing cars*!

*Charge applies
Please check with service provider before travelling for correct information. Last reviewed 25 May 2017.
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