I've just come back from a few days away in Felixstowe, we stayed at a Havens hoilday site. Felixstowe itself isn't too bad, plenty of amusement arcades (which eat your money!!!) but there are a lot of machines that take 2ps, you can be in there about an hour for £1 if your lucky!!! other than that theres not much to do, the beach is very stoney, if the tide is out you have a long way to go to find any sand!!! there's a small fair ground for younger kids (under the age of 10) and a crazy golf which is quite good, but at £2 per adult and £1.50 a child under 12, it is a bit expensive, as it only takes about 20 minutes to get round. As for the havens site theres not much there either, another amusement arcade, indoor swimming pool although I did'nt actually use it, it looked excellent, with a water chute for the kids, also there was a play ground for the younger ones aged between about 3-10. theres not much for older kids apart from a VERY small pitch and putt!!! they have the usual competitions in the evenings such as disco dancing for the kids. plus the nightly bingo for all you bingo addicts!!!the price of drinks in the club are a bit steep, 95p for a coke!!! they have the usual kids entertainers which the kids seem to love, again this is aimed at very small children up to the age of about 10. older children will find this site a bit boring , the beach is about 10 minutes away, not very near to the camp, iv'e stayed at other Havens sites and the beach has been nearly on the camp and there's been a lot more to do such as go carts, ten pin bowling and a games room, the only other thing on this site is a couple of pool tables which cost 60p a game We stayed in a privatly owned caravan which was really nice, an 8 berth consists of 3 bedrooms, bathroom kitchen.which costs around £400 for a week, which is a bit pricey. We found a few days there O.K but any longer will get a bit boring.