Caister-on-Sea is a coastal seaside town in Norfolk, only a short distance from Caister Holiday Park. You will find a great choice of things to do to suite all your family. Why not take a walk on the beach or go shopping in the town.
Caister Lifeboat Station - completely independent, Caister Lifeboat has been saving lives at sea since 1791. Current lifeboats are the Bernard Matthews II, and new inshore lifeboat, the Fred Dyble II The Caister Lifeboat Experience. Open every Sunday and Wednesday.
Imagine Spa – Combining a luxurious day spa with excellent leisure and fitness facilities. visiting The Old Hall, you will find everything you need to achieve your desired outcome. Whether you attend alone or with friends and family you are assured a welcoming and friendly atmosphere that provides the perfect environment for you to exercise, relax and unwind.
Caister-on-Sea Beach - a very long beach, stretching for miles, backed by sand dunes and sea defences, with a lot of pebbles so shoes are needed to walk on. The water quality at Caister Point is good; however, there is no lifeguard. A small free car park is available alongside of the beach along with public & disabled toilets.
Yarmouth Stadium - both motor racing and greyhound racing are at this venue, not on the same days. Greyhound racing is on every Monday at 6.20pm, Wednesday at 6.30pm and Saturday at 7pm. Motor racing check local listings.
Caister Castle Motor Museum - what a great place to visit. The museum has been greatly extended over the years & although is mainly cars there are other items that people have donated. With very many ﬁne and rare veteran, vintage, classic, sports and touring automobiles and motorcycles, the collection contains more than 120 cars and 100 bikes and ranges from an 1893 Panhard et Levassor, the ﬁrst real car in the world - through to a 1990’s customised Harley Davidson. Various steam cars and electric vehicles are included as well as Jim Clark’s Lotus, Peter Rachman’s Cadillac and the very ﬁrst Ford Fiesta.
Caister Roman Fort - this is a partially excavated remains of a Roman 'Saxon Shore' fort, including wall and ditch sections and building foundations. Built around AD 200 for a unit of the Roman army and navy and occupied until the end of the 4th century. In its day the fort houses around 1,00 men.