Revamped adventure park planned for coastal village

PUBLISHED: 14:07 22 October 2019 | UPDATED: 14:08 22 October 2019

Haven Caister Holiday Park.

Picture: James Bass

Haven Caister Holiday Park. Picture: James Bass

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A revamped adventure park could open in a coastal village.

Haven Holiday Park in Caister has submitted an application to Great Yarmouth Borough Council to improve its existing activity area.

The new layout would include a new pedestrian avenue, remodelled football pitch, an air bag jump tower, aquaplay, a children's play area, climbing walls and high rope and low rope play structures.

A supporting document states: "Given the location and high demand for leisure and recreation opportunities on the seaside, this proposal is considered to be wholly appropriate and highly beneficial for both holidaymakers and visitors."

A spokesperson for the holiday park said: "At Haven we constantly invest in our parks and this summer we trialled a range of new concepts across food and beverage, entertainments and activities and leisure.

"At this stage we cannot make any comment on plans on further rollout or individual parks."

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