Welcome to the Willows, a small family owned touring park surrounded by trees and open countryside on the Norfolk-Suffolk border situated on the banks of the River Waveney, which marks the county borders between Norfolk and Suffolk. Some years ago part of the river was re-diverted through the park to form a small island, which is reached by a footbridge and is ideal for fishing. The park enjoys fishing rights over 300 yards of river bank and you are welcome to fish, during the season all of which is included in the pitch price. There are also a number of still water fisheries within the area.

There is a small children's play area with swings and a see-saw. On the centre field an all weather table tennis table and a badminton net when the weather permits.

There is a shower and toilet block with constant hot water and a dish washing area. There is also a small laundry area with sinks and spin dryer, ironing board and iron for your use.

Dogs are accepted on the park but must be kept on a lead at all times. There is an area within the site for exercising pets and also some local footpaths nearby for a longer walk.

Calor gas, ice pack service and tourist leaflets are available on site and also a small collection of books should you wish to relax and read. We are 300 metres from the village of Scole which has two 17 century inns which both serve food and a small shop which sells newspapers, food and wine etc. which is open until 8pm 6 days a week and until 5pm on Sundays.

The historic town of Diss is approx 2 miles away with its beautiful 6 acre lake and its well televised auction house with its weekly sales and also a local Friday market.

Bressingham Steam Museum is approx 5 miles away with its popular miniature railway, beautiful gardens, steam operated Gallopers and small cafe all set adjacent to Blooms, a large garden centre which has a large cafe / restaurant and play area for small children.