Fornham Park is a family friendly holiday park based in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
This is the ideal location for anyone looking to enjoy the history and culture of the site and the surrounding area. Fornham park is set in prestigious grounds, which the Duke of Norfolk once owned. The park has great character due to its rich history and really transports you to a different time. On the site there is stunning parkland, lakes and woodland to be explored as well as a grade 2 listed church tower. Just a short drive away you will find Thetford forest, this is an idyllic setting which plays host to Brandon Country Park. The country park has gothic influences, and there is lots to see and explore here from the historic walled gardens and the eerie mausoleum.
Suffolk had lots on offer when it comes to charming towns and villages with lots on offer in the area. Ipswich, Lavenham and Long Melford are all accessible by car or public transport. Lavenham and Sudbury also play host to well attended Auction Rooms ideal for anyone looking to grab a bargain.
Just a short 3 miles away from the park you will find The Arc, based in Bury st Edmunds, this modern shopping centre is ideal for any shopping needs you may require and also has a food court. Bury St Edmunds also hosts a market every Wednesday and Saturday and have a wide display of local produce on offer.
On site the homes are modern and luxurious designed with residents in mind offering everything you would come to expect in a modern home. The family will never run out of exciting things to see and do with an outdoor activity park close by where the family are able to try their hand at shooting, archery and even quad biking. Close by you will also find excellent facilities for playing golf and fishing. Fornham park is the ideal space for all the family, surrounded by natural beauty and stunning lakes this is a truly unique setting with lots of history perfect for all the family to enjoy.
- Family friendly
- Outdoor activities close by
- Grade 2 listed church tower
- Historic walled garden
Bury St Edmunds