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Welcome to the Everglades, a serene and picturesque destination conveniently located off the A10 in Denver. We warmly invite touring caravans and motorhomes, although tents are not permitted.


Whether you're a holidaymaker, fisherman, family, or cyclist, all are welcome to experience the tranquillity and beauty of The Everglades.

Our site features three fishing lodges for your comfort and enjoyment - please visit our Lodges page for more information.

While fishing is a highlight, our lodges offer more than just angling opportunities. Imagine waking up each morning to the sounds of the countryside and basking in the glory of natural surroundings. Situated on eight acres of peaceful grounds with scenic walkways around the lakes, the Everglades is a true wilderness retreat. Wildlife enthusiasts will appreciate the presence of ducks, geese, and excellent fishing. Local pubs in the village, the Denver windmill, and a pay-and-play golf course are also within reach.

The Everglades boasts a peaceful ambiance and is set in stunning surroundings, complete with three well-stocked lakes containing Carp, Tench, Bream, Roach, Rudd, Perch, and Barbel, with Carp reaching weights of up to 30lb. It's a fisherman's dream!


Please note that our caravan site does not have shower and toilet facilities. However, for your convenience, we have a larger caravan site in Denver, Lakeside Caravan Park, where you can access these amenities. 

The Everglades offers a quiet and tranquil getaway, away from the hustle and bustle of larger complexes. With 24 electric hook-ups, an Elsan point, and fishing lakes right at your doorstep, we provide everything you need for a truly relaxing experience. Additionally, we have a dedicated rally field accommodating up to 17 pitches.


Denver village benefits from a local bus service, conveniently located just a two-minute walk from the Everglades. You can easily access nearby towns such as Downham Market and Kings Lynn, as well as enjoy regular rail links to Kings Lynn, Ely, Cambridge, and London. If you're a birdwatcher, the Welney Wetland Centre is a mere 10-minute drive away. And for those seeking the stunning Norfolk coast, it's just a 30-minute car journey.

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