The park setting
The park setting
Kingfisher holiday park is a perfect choice for a relaxing family holiday. The location of this park means you can enjoy peace and quiet and also have easy access to the towns of Knaresborough and Harrogate, famous for its world class spa. The area surrounding the park provides plenty of sight seeing opportunities including several stately homes and gardens to visit.
In the surrounding area you will find a range of sporting activities for the more active. Fishing is also available adjacent to the park. Other amenities on the park itself include a small shop, launderette and children's play area.
You can choose from luxury caravans such as the Wayfarer which is ideal for larger families and sleeps up to six people. These luxurious holiday homes also have central heating and double glazing making them warm and cosy all year round. Lodges are also available providing spacious and cosy accommodation. The Kingfisher lodge sleeps up to four people in one double and one twin bedroom.
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- Choose from two bedroom pine lodges.
- Kitchen including microwave
- Bed linen and duvets
- Beds made up for your arrival
- Gas and electricity included
- Babies must be included in party total
- Cots and highchairs £7pw each
- Group bookings may be subject to restrictions
- No pets (please note there is some privately owned accommodation and owners may have pets)
Lodge with one double and one twin.
Pine lodge with one double and one twin.
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Allerton Country Park provides the perfect base for a relaxing holiday and is close to the fun-filled Lightwater Valley Theme Park.
Kingfisher is a small and peaceful family holiday park with a kids play area and choice of lodge or caravan accommodation.
Robin Hood Caravan Park has a great countryside location and is an excellent base from which you can explore all that the area has to offer.
Tollerton Holiday Park is a great relaxing base for a family holiday offering stunning views of the Hambledon Hills.
Dig promises a unique fun and educational experience and is the ideal place for a family day out. The site features four exciting excavation pits filled with Roman, Viking, Medieval and Victorian remains which children will just love digging up! While discovering the treasures children can speak to the friendly staff and learn about the items they are finding. There are also three discovery rooms where children can try out various archaeological techniques, a science lab where experiments are plentiful and a field tent offering a range of activities. Pre booking is recommended during school holidays and at weekends.
Castle Howard is a beautiful place for a day trip set within 1,000 acres of glorious parkland and garden. The site is home to the historic castle itself but also has many other attractions including the Land Train which is a great way to explore the park and the Great Lake where boat trips can be enjoyed. During school holidays and at weekends in the summer organised activities such as crafting sessions, animal encounters and educational talks are on offer to ensure that the children are well catered for. Other attractions include the Adventure Playground, Nature Trail, Farm Shop and Café.
If you have children of varied ages and are looking for a day out to please everyone, then Creepy Crawlies is the perfect choice. The all weather attraction offers fun and games for children up to 12 years old and also provides a place for adults to relax and enjoy a coffee while the kids are playing on the slides, sports area and adventure zone. The site also has a very impressive outdoor area and petting zoo where children can enjoy crafts and meet cute and cuddly animals. Outside there is also a pedal track with Berg Go karts for big children and ride on's for little ones, a pond and a sensory zone where children can touch and feel new and interesting things. You can bring along a picnic to enjoy outside or try a freshly cooked meal at the cafe.
York Maze is fast becoming one of the regions top tourist attractions during the summertime. This year the maze has a new design to make it even more fun and interesting. The maze is carved out of an amazing 1.5 million growing maize plants and is thought to be the largest maze in the world! Of course the maze is the main attraction of the site, but there are plenty of other things for the whole family to enjoy including an adventure playground, 9 hole crazy golf course and a animal petting area where children can meet the animals that eat the maize and watch pig racing! Tractor and trailer rides around the maize are also available.
Excellent. Will definitely return.
A spacious, well-equipped and spotlessly clean caravan. Don't know whether it was brand new or not, but it certainly felt it. Constant hot water (and central heating too if we needed it at no extra charge). All the kitchen utensils we could need, and a full size fridge freezer (again, spotless). Lovely big shower with decent water pressure. I had my reservations about booking a caravan holiday, but I couldn't have been happier with this accommodation.
One of the best family holidays we have ever had. Something for everyone. York Dungeons, Jorvik Viking Centre, Brimham rocks, Bolton Abbey, Studley Royal (Nat. Trust), to name but a few. All worth a visit. Kingfisher Park is just outside Knaresborough, and this is another place definitely worth a visit. Lovely riverside walk, and very picturesque.
York itself is a lovely, vibrant town, as is Harrogate. We also visited Ripon. Never been to North Yorkshire before, but a beautiful part of the country. If you are considering going, make sure you do, as so much to see and do!
Excellent accommodation xxx
Jacqueline, Aberangell, Machynlleth
The caravan was clean and comfortable with lovely shower. However, one or two things could make it better. There were no bedside lamps in the bedrooms meaning if you wanted to read in bed you had to have the main light on and get out of bed to switch it off. A small lamp in the living area would have been nice too.
Good location , good site and excellent staff.
Molly, Castle Douglas
Was just short of hooks to hang wet coats on and clothes when showering.
Lovely weekend, great setting
Lovely area to stay in, lots to do and see with the kids in the area.
The facilities were immaculate. We were very impressed with both caravans we booked. They were also next to one another which worked perfectly for our group booking . Thanks :)
Lovely lodge, very clean amd close to harrogate.
This is the second time we have been to Kingfisher Park. Last time we stayed in a caravan and this time we stayed in a lodge.
The lady who met us at reception could not have been more friendly and helpful. She walked us down to the lodge, gave us the keys and gave good advise as to how everything worked.
The lodge is next to a really nice lake and we found the peace and quiet very relaxing.
The lodge itself was very clean and had new carpets. For the price I think it is excellent value.
We are definitely looking at coming again next year.
Excellent, clean, friendly site. Great location. Fabulous time had by all.
Stayed to spend time with family and see brother and family who stay near. Caravan was in great condition and very clean. Site was lovely and everyone was friendly and helpful. Was a nice get away.
Loved every minute. Its a beautiful site.
Stayed in the Wayfarer static caravan. It was a nice modern spacious and clean. Particularly liked the fact that the loo and bathroom were separate.
Lovely area of Yorkshire.
This is not a holiday park to go to if you want to be entertained. It's a very simple site with a small shop/reception, an outdoor play area for the children and a lakeside walk, and that's about it. But what it does, it does very well. The site is quiet, green, immaculately kept and well maintained. There was a relaxed feel to the site and we were comfortable allowing our children the freedom to explore and make friends with others. You won't get a decent mobile data signal here (certainly not on O2, anyway), but guess what, you *can* survive without the internet for a few days! We spent a lovely few days here, and would be happy to holiday here again.
Great place to stay xxx
We have just spent a family holiday at Kingfisher Park. When we arrived we were shown to our caravan, and everything was explained to us. The caravan was just about the nicest one we have ever stayed in. Very modern, and very clean! The park owner was extremely friendly, and the location was just perfect. The park itself was lovely and quiet, and every evening we walked down to the lake. The area itself was very nice, and we had more than enough ideas to fill our week. Would highly recommend Kingfisher Park to anyone considering staying in the Knaresborough area. So many lovely places to visit. Just a shame the weather wasn't a little better! Ten out of ten Kingfisher Park!!!