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Holt Country Park

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Holt Country Park, situated on the edge of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a Green Flag award winner. When you walk in to the tranquil woodland, dominated with Scots pines and native broadleaves, it’s easy to understand why.

With the change in seasons come changes in the wonderful displays of flowers that you can find, from orchids in the summer to snowdrops in the winter. Holt Country Park is home to many varieties of butterflies who share their airspace with dragonflies and damselflies. The rich ground flora supports an abundant display of wildlife including goldcrests, greater spotted woodpeckers and deer.

Lots of events and activities take place throughout the year at Holt Country Park, (see below). We love to welcome visits from school children, and host environmental and arts events throughout the year. Please see our school visits page to see what we offer.

Facilities include a visitor centre with toilets. Car parking, including disabled parking bays, is available at £1.50 per day. There are way-marked routes suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

If you are regular visitor, why not buy an annual parking permit? At just £20 it is great value and is available from the visitor centre or NNDC’s Cromer office.

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Orienteering at Holt Country Park

Holt Country Park is a great place for budding explorers! Older children can try their hand at the Holt Country Park Orienteering Map. For more information about orienteering in Norfolk please visit the Norfolk Orienteering Club's website.

Holt Country Park Events

Holt Country Park Events
Event Date Time Information Price

Muddy Boots

Every Wednesday morning.

10am to 12 noon.

Conservation work with the rangers.

free

Muddy Boots

Every Monday afternoon

1pm to 3.30pm.

Conservation work with the rangers

free

Save our insects. Tuesday 27 May From 10am to 12.00pm and 1pm to 3pm. Making butterfly, bee and mini beast homes. Study of insects that live in the country park and their habitats. £2.50 per child.
Muddy boots club

Wednesday 28th May

Start 1.30pm to 3.30pm

Wild flowers and insects. No booking required. Open to all ages. Gloves provided. Please wear outdoor clothes. Please meet the rangers outside the visitor centre.

Free entry.

Events start from the Visitor Centre - please wait for the rangers or group leaders.