Campsites in Yorkshire
Yorkshire is a large county comprising beautiful countryside, dramatic moorland, lush dales, and over 45 miles of spectacular coastline. Yorkshire’s county capital is York - one of the greatest cities of the medieval world - still encircled by its ancient walls and dominated by the majestic spires of York Minster.
A beautiful campsite, Boroughbridge is perfectly located for those people driving up or down the country, within easy driving distance of the Dales, Yorkshire Moors, North York Moors National Park, the Wolds and the stunning Yorkshire coast. Just off the A1(M) motorway, Boroughbridge is also ideal for longer stays with plenty of activities on offer including ball games, sailing and fishing. It is a fantastic location for exploring local attractions or simply relaxing next to the river. This campsite offers great facilities and welcomes dogs.
This is an ideal base for exploring the dramatic cliffs and beaches of the Yorkshire coast, and the spectacular North Yorks Moors National Park. Located just north of the famous Victorian seaside resort of Scarborough, this campsite offers fantastic facilities for all the family, from an onsite shop stocking all the camping essentials, to a large children’s play area. There is also a recreation hall and takeaway on site, and dogs are welcome here too. For those who want to remain connected to the World Wide Web, the campsite also offers wi-fi.
A spacious, peaceful campsite that is ideally located for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors, and the coastal towns of Filey and Bridlington. Just a few miles from York, Sheriff Hutton is spacious, quiet and rural. The campsite offers a well kept grass and play area which is perfect for the children, and there are great local pubs nearby offering fantastic food; perfect for eating out. Sheriff Hutton offers great facilities including wi-fi and the campsite also welcomes dogs.
Located between the North York Moors and the Howardian Hills – an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – this peaceful campsite is within easy reach of York and the stunning beaches of the Yorkshire coast. Slingsby is a great base for walkers; there is a lovely village walk perfect for all the family, where the children can see lots of farm animals and play in the local park. A booklet about all the local walks is available from the campsite. Slingsby offers fantastic facilities, including a fish and chip van that comes twice a week (which many families take advantage of during their stay!)
More about Campsites in Yorkshire
By choosing to go camping in Yorkshire you can spend time in tiny fishing villages, visit family-friendly seaside resorts, and go back in time to windswept abbeys and medieval castles.
Yorkshire is home to over 800 attractions, from World Heritage sites to mining museums, steam railways, adventure parks and wildlife centres to name but a few. Annually, there are plenty of exciting music festivals to enjoy, including the international jazz festival in Hull, and the Sea Shanty festival in Harwich.
All campsites in Yorkshire offer plenty of things to see and do, with major attractions within easy reach. From ghost hunting in York, the National Railway Museum, Skipton Castle, White Scar Cave and the JORVIK Viking Centre, camping in Yorkshire is the perfect holiday for all the family.
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