Explore Yorkshire from York Caravan Park

Stunning coasts and dramatic moors, there’s so much to see in Yorkshire.

Our location, close to the A64 York – Scarborough road, makes the caravan park ideal for day trips to the beautiful Yorkshire coast or touring the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. You can even travel there by bus from the site entrance.

Castle Howard

It took three generations to complete Castle Howard, one of the World’s top mansions and star of the romantic television drama ‘Brideshead Revisited’. Castle Howard and grounds are truly one of Yorkshire’s great treasures, a short drive or bus-ride from the caravan park.

Scarborough, Yorkshire’s Victorian Seaside Resort

Scarborough resort and harbour retains its Victorian charm. Long, sandy beaches are sheltered by a prominent headland overlooked by the ruins of Scarborough Castle.

Robin Hoods Bay

The coastal scenery grows more dramatic as you drive North along the coast road from Scarborough, past the Old Peak at Ravenscar and into Robin Hood’s Bay. This remote fishing village at the foot of a steep cliff is one of Yorkshire ’s culinary treats. Make time for lunch before walking the coastal path around the bay.

Whitby

The coastal tour leads us into Eskdale and Whitby, a favourite Yorkshire fishing town and beach resort. 199 steps above the town, the skeleton of Whitby Abbey overlooks the harbour’s stout breakwaters. Whitby deserves more than a short visit, but if that’s all you can manage, sample Whitby Fish & Chips or crab before returning over the moors to the caravan park.

North Yorkshire Moors

The North Yorkshire Moors, or North York Moors National Park, is an immense area of diverse forest, heather moor and scenic dales with crystal clear waterfalls and rivers. Guests can enjoy day trips on to the North York Moors from the caravan park’s convenient location close to the A64 road. A popular tour is Malton and Pickering, then along beautiful Newton Dale to Yorkshire Television’s picturesque ‘Aidensfield’ (Goathland) in the heart of the moor.

A shorter tour is to the historic market town at Helmsley and on to Helmsley Moor, visiting Rievaulx Abbey.

For a real treat, travel to Pickering and cross the North Yorkshire Moors to Whitby on the North York’s Moors heritage railway.

Find maps and directions for touring Yorkshire on the Welcome Yorkshire website.

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