Inspirational opportunities outside the classroom in Norfolk
Whitlingham Adventure boasts over a mile of open water, acres of country park, a modern purpose built centre and a team of highly qualified staff.
It provides education programmes for young people of all ages and abilities and is the perfect place to start your outdoor learning adventure.
The centre offers a variety of water and land based activities, so whether its sailing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, archery or bushcraft, there is something for everyone.
The centre is non-residential, however there is a campsite only a few minutes walk away within the Whitlingham Country Park.
As one of the gateways to the Broads National Park, the centre is easily accessed on the outskirts of Norwich.
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