SUFFOLK



The county town is Ipswich and other large towns include Lowestoft, Newmarket and Felixtowe.



Suffolk County Council

Some car parks are restricted to 3.5 tonnes and some have height restrictions. Ipswich has an offer where you can park for £2 after 14.00.
East Suffolk District Council has a parking category for 'small motorhomes'. There is no information to what this means.

Flatford Mill - East Bergholt - large car park. No height restrictions.



Babergh and Mid Suffolk District Councils - Sudbury, Hadleigh, Lavenham, Stowmarket, Needham Market.


The above link takes you to the car park page of the two councils.

The largest car parks are listed below but there is no height information.
Stowmarket - Bury Street IP14 1HD - 89 spaces.
Stowmarket - Iliffe Way IP14 1PN - 90 spaces.
Stowmarket - Ipswich Street IP14 1BA - 82 spaces.
Needham Market - Hurstlea Road IP6 8DE - 41 spaces.
Hadleigh - Magdalen Road Long Term IP7 5BB - 99 spaces.
Hadleigh - High Street IP7 5EF - 52 spaces.
Lavenham - Prentice Street CO10 9RD - 24 spaces. Free
Sudbury - Girling Street CO10 1LZ 78 spaces.
Sudbury - Great Eastern Road CO10 2TJ - 268 spaces. (Roys of Sudbury)



Forest Heath and St Edmundsbury Councils - Mildenhall, Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds, Brandon, Lakenheath, Haverhill.


The above link takes you to the car park page of the council.

Other long stay car parks include:-

Brandon - Bury Road IP27 8BU - 58 spaces no height information. Free.
Lakenheath - Wings Road IP27 9HW - 32 spaces no height information. Free.
Bury St Edmunds - Olding Road IP33 3TA - 373 spaces no height information.
Bury St Edmunds - St Andrews IP33 1TZ - 242 spaces no height restrictions. P&D.

Newmarket
There are no specific motorhome parking bays in Newmarket and some car parks have height restrictions. Car parks with no height restrictions are Grosvenor Yard, Rous Road and St Mary's. Motorhomes can be parked here but users will be expected to pay for the all the bays that their motorhome uses, for example if you park across two bays you will need to buy two pay and display tickets.



Ipswich Borough Council - Ipswich


There is nothing on the above website concerning motorhomes.

Ipswich - Great Gipping Street IP1 2BS - 132 spaces no height information.
Ipswich - St Peters Dock IP1 1XH - 100 spaces no height information. 3.5 tonnes capacity.
Ipswich - West End Road IP1 2DZ - 329 spaces no height restriction. 3.5 tonnes capacity except for coaches.
Ipswich - New Portman Road IP1 2BP - 563 spaces no height information. Match days may change.



Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils - Beccles, Lowestoft, Southwold, Bungay, Woodbridge, Felixstowe.


The above link takes you to a .pdf which shows all car parks for motorhomes and the ones with height restrictions.

'Make sure that you are parked within one of the marked bays.
If your vehicle is too big for one bay then you do need two tickets if it is across two bays.'

In Waveney district the car parks are limited to motor cars, motor cycles with sidecars, invalid carriages and LCV's (light commercial vehicles).
Some allow all classes of vehicles other than HGV's and PSV's. Including:-
Beccles - Quay North - Free but no space or height information.
Lowestoft - Belvedere Road - P&D. Allows Motorised Caravans (large) to use the larger bays. No space or height information.
Lowestoft - Clifton Road (Kirkley Mill) - Allows caravans for max 4 hours between 08.00 and 18.00.
Lowestoft - Links Road - Allows caravans for max 4 hours between 08.00 and 18.00.
Lowestoft - Pakefield Street - Allows caravans for max 4 hours between 08.00 and 18.00.
Southwold - Pier - P&D. Allows Motorised Caravans (large) to use the larger bays. No space or height information.
Lowestoft - click here to go to Car Parks 4u for parking. There is no size or height information.



East Suffolk Council - Aldeburgh, Felixstowe, Framlingham, Leiston, Melton, Saxmundham, Wickham Market, Woodbridge.


This link takes you to the list of council car parks. Scroll to the bottom to see the Motorised Caravans information.

On 1st April 2019 Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Council and East Suffolk Council amalgamate to for a new larger East Suffolk Council.