York Caravan Park & Camping: Opens 20 Mar 2020

York Touring Caravan & Camping opens in March

York Caravan Park opens 20 March 2020 until 3 January 2021. Our long season means you won’t miss York’s Autumn fairs and Festivals or the fabulous Christmas Markets. You could spend a delightful Christmas or New Year holiday, right here in the centre of York. Holiday bookings are already getting underway for what promises to be another wonderful season. So if you want to pitch close to York City centre, please check availability for your preferred dates.
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Bring Your Dog Free to York Caravan Park

Dog friendly Caravan Holidays at York Caravan Park

Dog owners will be glad to know that 1 dog comes free of charge with our 2020 inclusive price list, making it easier for guests to bring their dogs on caravan holidays in York. York Caravan & Camping Park is just 2 miles from York City centre, though our country setting makes us an ideal caravan site for holidays with dogs.

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10 Must-See York Attractions for 2020

Cliffords Tower, York Castle

There really is so much to see and do around our fabulous City of York. A week’s holiday would be great, but if you can’t stay a full week, then take a look at Visit York’s guide to the 10 ‘Must See Attractions’ in York. The very good news, if you are staying at York Caravan Park, is that all of York City’s top attractions are within walking distance of the Coastliner bus stops.

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York Food Chocolate Festival: 9 -13 April 2020

York Food & Drink’s September Food Festival is a big attraction for guests visiting York Caravan Park. Now you can have three ‘bites’ with the City’s 2020 Easter Chocolate Festival, and then York Food’s June Taster Festival added to the main Food Festival in September! Continue reading “York Food Chocolate Festival: 9 -13 April 2020” »

Jorvik’s Vikings Return to York

Visit York's Jorvik Viking Centre from York Caravan Park

Visit York’s amazing Jorvik Viking Centre in Coppergate. The Jorvik experience was a casualty of the flooding in December 2015. The re-built centre depicts the Viking way of life in the 9th Century around a re-creation of a Viking street in Jorvik, the Viking name for York. A highlight of the visit is a guided-transporter tour through Continue reading “Jorvik’s Vikings Return to York” »

Enjoy a York Boats City Cruise in York

Enjoy the Beauty of York City from a York Boats River Cruise

What could be more of a holiday treat than a relaxing York Boats Cruise along the River Ouse in the beautiful City of York. York Boats offer a full programme of morning, afternoon and evening cruises varying between 45mins and 1 hour. Each of the vessels feature fully enclosed, heated saloons in addition to open air viewing decks which give the best views of the city. Continue reading “Enjoy a York Boats City Cruise in York” »

York National Railway Museum

York's National Railway is a 'must visit' when staying at York Caravan Park

Visit York National Railway Museum and see the UK’s largest collection of record breaking locomotives and wonderful railway artefacts, including Queen Victoria’s lavish ‘Royal Train’, ‘a palace on wheels’. Entrance to the museum is FREE and there’s almost always a workshop, tour or exhibition to make your visit to the railway museum a truly exciting day out.
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May Races at York Racecourse, Bet on York Caravan Park – May 2020

York Racecourse sets the pace with the mid-week Dante Racing Festival 13–15 May. Yorkshire racing pundits reckon early season winners are the ones to watch for the rest of the season which covers 18 exciting race days at the Knavesmire course…
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Historic Pubs of York

York has around 80 inns and pubs within the City Walls alone. Summertime is ideal for taking an evening walk around the walls or riverside and then sampling some real Yorkshire ale in a cosy inn.
Purely for the culture and history, of course.

Ye Olde Starre Inn on Stonegate is probably York’s oldest surviving inn, dating from 1644. Continue reading “Historic Pubs of York” »

York Pass, Online tickets for York’s Attractions

If your schedule only allows a short break in York and you want to visit as many of York’s attractions as possible in a few days, York Pass might be for you. The York Pass ‘smart card’ is accepted by over 30 attractions in the city and surrounding area, and you can buy it online at a discount to normal admission prices… Continue reading “York Pass, Online tickets for York’s Attractions” »