Dog Friendly

Dog Friendly Site

Three Rivers is a Dog Friendly campsite. Here, we know the importance of being able to have that furry part of your family join you in creating holiday memories. Please be sure to adhere to Our Expectations with regards to pets on site. At Three Rivers we don’t charge any extra to have your pet on holiday with you - the same goes with hiring one of our boats, they can join you free of charge. 


We are so fortunate to have two pubs within walking distance of the campsite and BOTH of them are dog friendly!  

The Wherry Inn
The Wherry Inn, an Adnams Pub managed by Janet & John only a third of a mile away. This pub provides a warm and friendly atmosphere in a traditional setting with open fires in the winter and a beautiful courtyard and beer garden. Families and dogs are welcome for drinks and meals.

The Geldeston Locks
The Geldeston Locks is roughly two thirds of a mile walk from Three Rivers, surrounded by fields which hold farm animals. Alternatively, this pub can easily be reached by boat and there is plenty of space to moor up or take your boats into the beer garden with you. This pub has recently been through a big transition and after it went up for auction it was bought via shares by the local community who are passionate about ensuring this hidden gem continues trading. 


Caister St Edmunds

This is a walk with heritage in mind as well as quiet, wide open spaces offering lots of opportunities for exercising your pet. It is a very pretty walk, offering a variety of landscapes which are popular with dogs. The river is shallow and offers plenty of scope for splashing and playing.  

Terrain - Please be aware this walk can become muddy after wet weather. Cattle and sheep may be in the fields. 

Distance - 2.5 miles

Location - Park at Caister Roman town free car park 



Burgh Castle

On this stimulating walk you can explore the past and enjoy some spectacular views, while giving your dog a walk it will thoroughly enjoy. There is plenty of room to have a run and play. 

Terrain - Firm field and riverside paths. Beware the potential boggy areas among the reeds as these can be very muddy. 

Distance - 1.5 miles

Location - Park at a free car park at Burgh Castle



The country lanes offer lots of potential smells and new experiences for inquisitive dogs. Much of the walk is along country lanes but it is quite easy going as there are no gradients. Accessible all year round this is a very pleasant walk.

Terrain - Country Lanes and Field Tracks

Distance - 3 miles

Location - Park on the green beside Burston Stike School Museum 


The Broads, How Hill

An oasis of calm not far from the tourist town of Wroxham, How Hill is a wonderful place to go for a walk gaining a glimpse into a forgotten way of life. Dogs can play in the large field near the car park. 

Terrain - Easy to follow bark, grass and field paths

Distance - 1.5 miles

Location - There is a public car park at How Hill


Old Buckenham

Dogs will enjoy the variety of landscapes, as well as the opportunity to play on the common where they can be let off the leash. Most exciting of all for any dog is the pretty walk through the woodland and fields with its enticing smells.

Terrain - Country lanes, fields and woodland path

Distance - 4 miles

Location - Park on the green near the children’s play area or at The Ox and Plough 


Pulham Market

Covering a variety of landscapes, this is a walk that is sure to keep both walker and dog entertained. There is lots to see and plenty of unusual smells to keep dogs busy. 

Terrain - Paths vary between relatively smooth bark and grass; and rough field walking. In places it can get muddy, especially in winter. 

Distance - 3 miles

Location - You can park beside the Falcon Pub/Pulham Memorial Hall in the centre of the village 



Broads, woodland and river all combine to create an extremely unusual walk. Where else can you cover over 10,000 years of history in just two miles?

Terrain - Steep gradients in places, step and bark paths

Distance - 2 miles (or 3 for the longer route)

Location - The road narrows after passing the Country Park car park. There are numerous speed bumps so it is important to drive slowly. There are passing places. Shortly after passing a white house on your right hand side, you will come to a car park on the right. There is a small charge for parking. 


Information gathered from "Norfolk - A Dog Walkers Guide" by Angela Youngman