Thurne is a small riverside Broadland village that either gives or takes its name from the River Thurne that flows directly by. Thurne is not far from the mouth of the river (where it meets the River Bure), with the village located at the end of a dyke with the famous Thurne drainage mill at its head. The village contains a pub, a gift shop and plenty of public moorings for boats along Thurne Dyke. There are many local paths offering good walks - the long distance footpath "The Weavers Way" passes through the village for example. The attractive church is located just out of the village.
Just a short drive from the camp site and you will be able to access some of the lovely beaches Norfolk has to offer. Close by is not only one of the most famous seaside towns in Norfolk, Great Yarmouth, but there is also Hemsby, Caister and Winterton-on-Sea to name but a few.
Other than via the village of Thurne you can also access the Broads via Potter Heigham which is a small village close by. Here you can hire a boat, a canoe or a sail boat and explore the Broads to your hearts content. Also there are many beautiful tea rooms to relax in.
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