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The Old Brick Kilns

The Old Brick Kilns is set on 3 levels and covers some 13 acres. They offer 60 spacious all-weather, semi-hard standing pitches for your caravan, tent, trailer tent or motor caravan.

There are an additional 5 premier pitches that feature full services on a section of the park that is called Heydon’s Meadow. This area is a Caravan Club Certificated Location.

There are also several hard standing drive-on pitches that are suitable for motor homes.

The Old Brick Kilns has a peaceful rural atmosphere. The park is mostly sheltered and is divded into woody pockets and open areas. They have a lovely wildlife pond, landscaped garden areas and natural wildflower bankings.

They continue to develop the park with attention to detail by caravanners for discerning caravanners and campers. They are sure that you will appreciate the special ambience that they have created for you.

The site’s main building was originally a brick drying shed and is now fully converted and modernised. This building now contains all of the main facilities of the park. It is fully centrally heated when necessary and it has direct access for wheelchairs along firm pathways.

The showers are large, free and untimed. The dry changing areas feature under floor heating with full central heating when required. Each washbasin has its own individual curtained cubicle with mirrors, hooks and shelving. In the ladies’ area there is a baby bath and changing facility, hot air hand dryer and a hair dryer. The gentleman’s area has razor points. There is a second toilet block located on the lower part of the park. They both provide free hot water all day.

The Old Brick Kilns has a small fishing lake where you can enjoy coarse fishing. It contains carp, bream, rudd and tench.



The park is pleasantly set in undulating countryside and is ideal base for visiting the area which has long, sandy beaches and nature reserves on the North and West Norfolk coasts. Other great attractions include the Royal home of Sandringham, the unique Lavender Farm at Heacham, the lovely Cathedral City of Norwich, Blickling Hall, Houghton Hall, Medieval Walsingham and the Thursford Collection.

• Thursford Collection
• Holkham Hall
• Sandringham
• Houghton Hall
• Langham Glass
• Norfolk Lavender
• Bewilderwood
• Snettisham Farm Park
• Steam Railways
• Morston Seal trips
• Broads Tours
• Fakenham Races
• Blickling Hall
• Dinosaur Park
• Pensthorpe
• Muckleburgh Collection


Take the A148 Cromer Road from Fakenham. After 6 miles (approx.) fork right on to the B1354 signposted Melton Constable. In 300 yards turn right to Barney. After a third of a mile take the first left Little Barney Lane. The Park is at the end of the lane (approx. ¾ mile).


Visit The Old Brick Kilns website for further information

The Old Brick Kilns

The Old Brick Kilns
Little Barney Lane
NR21 0NL

Chemical Disposal Point
Car Parking
Child Play Area
Cycle Hire
Dogs allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Fishing Available
Food Shop
Games Room
Gas Cylinder Available
Licensed Club - Pub
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Wheelchair Access
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