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Wild camping (with or without clothes) near Holkham beach

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Surreynudes
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Hello Everyone,

 

I'm hoping to get away for a week during summer. 

Has anyone actually wild camped near to holkham beach? (I'm aware of the naturism/warden thread)

 

I'm looking to see fresh info (within last 18 months)

Looking to do some naturist walks in the area too, if anybody has experience there.

 

Thanks for any help

Nick

 

 

 
Posted : June 1, 2022 1:09 pm
The Tibetan Hat
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Used campsites nearby before, one was naturist but sadly closed down as they didn't have planning permission. There otherwise lots of textile sites around, most of them very busy.

Very much doubt the Holkham Estate allows wild camping on any of its own property, nor the other landowners nearby. There is a campsite called The Brickyard which we've wanted to try for ages, sounds like it has very private pitches available, and it's very close to Holkham.

 
Posted : June 1, 2022 2:42 pm
Brigitte
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I think wild camping in or near the nature reserve would be impossible.

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Posted : June 1, 2022 2:44 pm
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I agree that Wild Camping in this area is tricky. I do fancy having a go at what this guy did (day 3 - Burnham Overy Staithe) https://gottakeepmovin.com/wild-camping-in-norfolk-and-suffolk/

 

Alternatively, yes The Norfolk Brickyard is quite a wild site nearby https://www.norfolkbrickyard.co.uk/

 
Posted : June 6, 2022 1:31 pm
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