Oulton Broad is the most southern area of open water in the Norfolk and Suffolk Broads rivers and waterways system. It is used for a variety of watersports, including powerboat racing and sailing. There is a yacht station with moorings and boats are available for hire and there is extensive water frontage in the Nicholas Everitt Park. While the eastern and north shores of the Broad are built up, the west and south-west are quiet and natural. This part of the lake can be reached on foot by walking through Nicholas Everitt Park and then by public footpaths and field across White Cast Marshes, an important nature conservation area. Oulton Broad village is at the eastern most end of the Broad with good shopping, eateries, hotels and just a stone's throw from the coast. It is served by two railway stations, Oulton Broad North on the Lowestoft-Norwich line, and Oulton Broad South on the Lowestoft-Ipswich line.
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