Yorkshire Caravan and Camping Sites

Enjoy the freedom to explore the whole of Yorkshire on a camping or caravan holiday. This is a fun and inexpensive way to explore this beautiful part of the world and really get back to nature.

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Enjoy a secluded escape in the heart of the countryside or try a holiday park with leisure facilities including swimming pools, kids clubs and evening entertainment. You can pitch your own tent and camp out under the stars, hire a camping pod for a spot of glamping or hire a static caravan for a more luxurious holiday.

The Yorkshire Dales National Park is famous for its limestone cliffs, dry-stone walls, cascading waterfalls and picturesque villages, and is perfect for a camping or caravan holiday in tranquil surroundings. The Dales Way, Pennine Way and Ribble Way all run through the Yorkshire Dales, making this the perfect area to explore on foot, by bike or on horseback. The Three Peaks are the best known hills in the Yorkshire Dales, with many people walking up Penyghent, Whernside and Ingleborough to enjoy stunning views of the surrounding countryside. Visit the caves at White Scar and Stump Cross, learn about the area's turbulent history at Skipton Castle or visit more modern attractions include the Forbidden Corner or Wensleydale Cheese Creamery. In Malham admire the great limestone amphitheatre of Malham Cove, dramatic Gordale Scar and magical Janet's Foss waterfall.

Camping in the North Yorks Moors provides beautiful views of the stunning moorland landscape, especially in the summer when the heather bursts into a magnificent purple blaze. There are plenty of waymarked walks and cycle routes making this a great area for those considering camping in Yorkshire. Dalby Forest and Sutton Bank are perfect for all cycling abilities and also provide adventure playgrounds, children's trails and a variety of walking paths. Experience the sights, sounds and smells of wartime Britain at Eden Camp, an original prisoner-of-war camp near Malton, or explore the magnificent 18th-century Castle Howard.

Discover tiny fishing villages and glorious white sandy beaches on the Yorkshire Coast. Seaside camping and caravan sites are perfect for exploring the family-friendly resorts of Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough with their traditional amusements, picturesque parks and donkey rides along the beach. For unrivalled coastal views visit the rugged white cliffs of Flamborough Head which is great for bird watching, hiking along windswept paths and sea kayaking amongst the bay's caves and coves.

The Yorkshire Wolds inspired internationally-renowned artist David Hockney, yet remain a hidden gem despite their beautiful scenery, lively market towns and picturesque rural villages. There are camping and caravan sites spread along the 79-mile Yorkshire Wolds Way trail making this the ideal area for those who love to walk. Whilst camping in the Yorkshire Wolds make sure you visit York where there are plenty of attractions for all the family. Unwrap the secrets of chocolate making at York's Chocolate Story, learn more about the Viking heritage of the city at the Jorvik Centre and uncover 2,000 years of York's history at the York Dungeon.

West Yorkshire and Brontë Country windswept moors of West Yorkshire inspired the Bronte sisters to write their literary masterpieces, and this romantic landscape is perfect for a camping or caravan holiday. Experience the tranquillity of the moorlands with walks along the Pennine Way and Bronte Way, or visit the pretty village of Haworth and learn more about the famous sisters at the Bronte Parsonage Museum. For family fun explore the interactive Eureka Museum in Halifax, the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds or Harewood House with its Bird Garden, adventure playground and small farm.

Brimham Rocks, Nidderdale Skipton Castle Yorkshire Wolds in Spring
  • Scabba Wath Camp Site

    Scabba Wath campsite is situated next to the River Swale, close to Reeth. Pitches are available with or without electric hook up and water. Camper vans, caravans with cars, large and small tents are all welcome. Pitches available with roadside frontage to the B6270 where Le Tour de France will pass.

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  • Stackstead Farm Caravan & Glamping

    This Ingleton Caravan and glamping site has a luxury Shepherds Hut for 2, situated in its own private garden, and 3 family sized camping pods with under floor heating, which sleep up to 4 people. All caravan pitches have hard standing and electricity. The site is secluded with beautiful views and benefits from an onsite leisure centre with indoor pool, jacuzzi, sauna and gym. Open all year - facilities include toilet and shower block and drying room.

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  • Sand le Mere Caravan Site

    Sand le Mere is an award-winning holiday park near Withernsea on the East Yorkshire coast. There are wonderful new facilities and accommodation across the park, with highlights including a new leisure complex with indoor pool, entertainments lounge, adventure playgrounds and a fishing lake.

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  • Wood Nook Caravan Park

    A small secluded caravan park in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales just two miles from the picturesque village of Grassington. An ideal base for walking and touring the dales.

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