Lowestoft Local Attractions

 

Highlodge Shooting - www.highlodge.co.uk
Situated in 100 acres of woodland and delightful countryside High Lodge offers a range of activities and services for individuals, groups, businesses and other organisations.

Whether you are looking for a complete break from the pressures of a busy lifestyle and relax doing what you enjoy most, celebrate an important event in your life, entertain your staff, customers or other partners, High Lodge has something for everyone.



Southwold - www.southwoldpier.co.uk
It attracts thousands of visitors making it one of Suffolk's greatest attractions and was awarded the prestigious title of 'Best Tourism Experience'

We also boast two arcades: The 'Under the Pier Show', a collection of mad, handbuilt inventions that will make you roar with laughter and a traditional Amusement Arcade full of family, interactive fun, one of the only arcades in the county with no gambling machines



Rookery park golfing -  http://www.rookeryparkgolfclub.co.uk/
  The Lowestoft Golf Club was founded in 1887 by a group of enthusiasts on the Denes in Lowestoft. In 1906 some of these golfers and their successors formed the Lowestoft Golf Course Company Ltd in order to purchase land in Pakefield for a 9 hole course to be rented to the club. In 1924 a further purchase of land enabled the Company to call on the services of James Braid to design a full 18 hole course. Due to the growth of urban development and major road improvement schemes the Company and Club were forced to look for an alternative location. Finally the Rookery Estate was purchased in 1972 and the Course was opened in late summer 1975.



Lattitude festival/ steam rallys -  www.henhampark.co.uk
  There are various walks on the estate. Henham Park management encourages the public to enjoy the Park by opening walks at certain times of the year. These walks begin at Wangford Lodge and proceed along the Chestnut Drive before venturing into the ancient Tuttles Wood. On the park itself the Old Stables block can be seen as well as the remnants of the Old Hall and one of the largest walled gardens in England.