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Allerthorpe Country Park is located just a few miles to the east of York and is the ideal base to explore the heart of Yorkshire.
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Allerton Holiday Park is a quiet and relaxing holiday base ideally located for exploring the numerous attractions of the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, Harrogate, the Dales and Moors.
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Angrove Country Park is part of our Evermore Lodge Holidays Collection, offering the best of country and coast.
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Located in Burniston, Applegrove Country Park is a tranquil rural retreat that offers stunning views of the UK countryside and is just a short drive from the bustling resort town of Scarborough.
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Aysgarth Lodges

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Aysgarth Lodges combines luxury with the ultimate in sophistication in this collection of chic lodges each with its own hot tub ideal for soaking up the Wensleydale views.
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A haven of peace and tranquillity between the Yorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire Moors, this superbly situated park teems with wildlife and boasts 26 acres of stunning grounds including picturesque lawns and gardens with a beautiful stream.
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Barmston Beach Holiday Park offers a delightful coastal retreat with a wealth of amenities tailored to ensure a memorable holiday for families and guests of all ages.
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Beech Tree Lakes Lodges, set deep in the heart of the ruggedly beautiful South Yorkshire countryside, is an adults only haven of peace and tranquillity.
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Beverley Holiday Park is just Located just 2 miles from the centre of Beverley which has a host of restaurants, bars and shops. The park is ideal for families and couples seeking a relaxing holiday.
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Blackwell Lodges

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Blackwell Lodges is part of our Autograph Lodge Holidays Collection.
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Brickyard Lakes Country Park is located in a woodland, semi-rural location, however just a short distance from the bustling market town of Malton with its superb collection of shops, restaurants and bars.
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Tucked away on a quiet country lane just two miles from Bridlington, this small park offers a peaceful and relaxing setting.
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Burton Constable Holiday Park and Arboretum is a wonderful hidden gem set amongst 200 acres of luscious woodland and lakes in the tranquil East Yorkshire Countryside.
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Cawood Country Park in North Yorkshire is a country park set in 12 acres with its own lake just 10 miles south of York and close to the banks of the river Wharf.
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Cayton Holiday Park is lodged along the picturesque shores of Cayton Bay near Scarborough.
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yorkshire Park & Visitor Guide

Yorkshire, the UK's largest county, is a playground for families seeking adventure and relaxation. Bordered by the North Sea, Derbyshire, Lancashire, and more, it's a treasure trove of diverse experiences. From the wild, heather-strewn landscapes of the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Parks to the bustling streets of Leeds and York, there's an abundance of activities. Yorkshire's famed for its hearty food - think Yorkshire puddings and Wensleydale cheese. For families, holiday parks dot the coastline and countryside, offering a base to explore medieval castles, steam railways, and scenic walking trails. Yorkshire's not just a destination; it's an experience.

Holiday Parks - everything you need without the hassle

Yorkshire, with its rugged landscapes, rich history, and charming towns, is a paradise for families seeking a getaway. It's not just about the vast moors and dales; the area is bustling with activities and sites that cater to all ages. This year, families can look forward to the newly opened Whitby Bay Adventure Park, boasting an array of family-friendly attractions and an impressive TripAdvisor score of 4.5. Moreover, Yorkshire hosts various family-oriented festivals, such as the Yorkshire Dales Food and Drink Festival, offering a taste of local cuisine and culture. What sets Yorkshire apart is its blend of natural beauty with exciting, family-friendly attractions, making it an ideal holiday park destination.

Pools, shops and everything on site

Imagine having everything your family needs right at your doorstep. That's the beauty of a holiday park break. Unlike hotels, holiday parks in Yorkshire offer a blend of convenience, price, and freedom that's hard to beat. Families can enjoy the luxury of self-catering, saving money while savoring meals together. The on-site amenities, including both indoor and outdoor pools and entertainment options, mean there's always something to do, rain or shine. Plus, the ease of loading up your car with essentials means you can bring along everything you need, making these parks a hassle-free choice for family vacations.

Stuff Your Kids Will Love

Yorkshire is a playground for children. From the thrilling rides at Lightwater Valley Theme Park (HG4 3HT) to the educational fun at Eureka! The National Children's Museum (HX1 2NE), there's no shortage of venues designed to spark their curiosity and joy. Holiday parks in this region are geared towards families, offering activities and facilities that keep kids entertained. The convenience of having a 'home base' at the park means you can easily manage nap times for babies and have space for all their essentials. It's a stress-free option that avoids the nightmares of packing for flights, making holiday park breaks ideal for families with young ones.

Taking your Pet?

Yorkshire is as welcoming to pets as it is to people. Many holiday parks in the area are pet-friendly, offering facilities to ensure your furry friend has as great a time as you do. For dining out, The Fleece Inn (BD23 5DR) and The Dog & Duck (YO1 8AZ) are just a couple of the local pubs that welcome pets. When visiting, look for parks with enclosed gardens to give your dog a safe space to explore. Always keep your pet on a leash when out and about to respect wildlife and other visitors. Yorkshire's open spaces and trails make it a fantastic place to explore with your pet.

Family Days Out

Activity Age Range Price Guide (£) Postcode
Lightwater Valley Theme Park All ages 20-30 HG4 3HT
Eureka! The National Children's Museum 0-11 12-16 HX1 2NE
Yorkshire Wildlife Park All ages 16-20 DN4 6TB
Whitby Abbey All ages Free-12 YO22 4JT
Scarborough Beach All ages Free YO11 1NT
Flamingo Land Resort All ages 30-40 YO17 6UX
Yorkshire Dales National Park All ages Free Various
The Deep Aquarium All ages 13-16 HU1 4DP
Harlow Carr Gardens All ages 11-14 HG3 1QB
Castle Howard All ages 12-20 YO60 7DA

These activities offer a glimpse into the diverse and engaging experiences available in Yorkshire, ensuring that families have a memorable holiday filled with adventure, learning, and relaxation.

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Vale of York

Vale of York

The Vale of York is a flat area of fertile land dominated by the historical city of York. Families flock here for the Jorvik Viking Centre (YO1 9WT), which brings Viking history to life. Don't miss out on the York Chocolate Story (YO1 7LD) for a sweet adventure that educates visitors on the city's confectionery history. The area is also home to Flamingo Land Resort (YO17 6UX), a theme park and zoo that's a hit with kids. Local cuisine to try includes the world-famous Yorkshire pudding. Holiday parks like Allerton Park offer a great base for exploring.

West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire, with its blend of urban and rural landscapes, is known for the bustling city of Leeds. Families can enjoy the Royal Armouries Museum (LS10 1LT) in Leeds, showcasing arms and armour from across the world. For outdoor enthusiasts, Xscape Yorkshire (WF10 4TA) in Castleford offers skiing, snowboarding, and climbing. The region's culinary scene is diverse, with a strong representation of international cuisines alongside traditional dishes like Yorkshire pudding. Holiday parks such as Weir Holiday Park are perfect for exploring the area's attractions.

Yorkshire

Yorkshire

Yorkshire, known as 'God's Own County,' is renowned for its stunning landscapes, historic towns, and rich cultural heritage. The main attractions for families include the National Railway Museum (YO26 4XJ) in York, offering a fascinating insight into the world of trains. The county's culinary scene is famous for Yorkshire pudding and Wensleydale cheese. For family fun, Lightwater Valley (HG4 3HT) provides thrilling rides and adventures. Holiday parks like Patrington Haven Leisure Park offer comfortable and convenient accommodation options for exploring Yorkshire's varied attractions.

Yorkshire Dales

Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is celebrated for its breathtaking landscapes and outdoor activities, making it a paradise for families who love nature. Highlights include Bolton Abbey (BD23 6EX) and the famous Aysgarth Falls (DL8 3TH). For those interested in caving, the White Scar Cave (LA6 3AW) offers guided tours. Local cuisine features hearty dishes, with Wensleydale cheese taking centre stage. Families can stay at holiday parks like Riverside Caravan Park, perfectly located for exploring the Dales.

Yorkshire Moors & Coast

Yorkshire Moors & Coast

This region is a stunning combination of dramatic coastlines and the wild, heather-clad North York Moors. For family fun, head to Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary (YO12 6RP) or enjoy traditional seaside amusements in Whitby and Scarborough. Don't miss the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (YO18 8DT) for a scenic steam train ride. Sample the famous Whitby fish and chips. Stay at holiday parks like Crows Nest Caravan Park to make the most of both the moors and the coast.

Each of these Yorkshire regions offers its unique charm and array of activities, making them ideal destinations for family holidays. From the historical allure of York to the natural beauty of the Dales and Moors, there's something for everyone in Yorkshire.

FAQs

This is our first holiday park break, what should we expect?

Expect a mix of relaxation and adventure. Many holiday parks in Yorkshire offer family-friendly facilities like pools, play areas, and entertainment programs. Accommodations range from cozy caravans to luxurious lodges, ensuring comfort after a day of exploring Yorkshire's beauty.

What should I pack?

Pack for all weathers - raincoats, sunhats, and layers are key. Don't forget swimwear for the pool and comfortable walking shoes for exploring. For babies, bring enough nappies, wipes, and baby food. Also, board games and a few DVDs can be lifesavers for family nights in.

Where do you park?

Most holiday parks in Yorkshire have on-site parking near accommodations. Some might charge a small fee, so it's worth checking ahead. If you're visiting nearby attractions, town centers usually have pay-and-display options.

Do we need to pack food?

It's a good idea, especially for specific dietary needs or fussy eaters. While many parks have on-site shops and restaurants, having your own supplies means you're always prepared. Plus, it's perfect for picnics during day trips around Yorkshire.

What if it rains?

Yorkshire's weather can be unpredictable, but don't worry. Holiday parks often have indoor activities, from swimming pools to arcades. Also, nearby attractions like The Deep aquarium in Hull or York's National Railway Museum are fantastic rainy day options.

Is Yorkshire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Absolutely! Yorkshire's landscapes are stunning in autumn and winter. Plus, it's quieter. Many holiday parks offer heated accommodations and indoor facilities, making it cosy any time of year. Don't miss the chance to see Yorkshire's towns and countryside in their off-season glory.

What is included in the price?

This varies by park, but generally, you'll get accommodation and access to park facilities like pools and playgrounds. Extra activities, dining, and some amenities might cost more. Always check what's included; some places offer free entertainment passes for your stay.

Are pets allowed in holiday parks?

Many holiday parks in Yorkshire are pet-friendly, allowing you to bring your furry friends along. Look for parks that mention pet-friendly accommodations. Remember to bring supplies for your pet and keep them on a leash in communal areas.

How can we explore Yorkshire from our holiday park base?

Renting a car gives you the most freedom to explore. Yorkshire's public transport, like buses and trains, is another option, especially for visits to major cities like Leeds or York. Some parks may offer organised tours to popular spots - handy if you prefer not to drive.

What local delicacies should we try?

You can't visit Yorkshire without trying a traditional Yorkshire pudding. For something sweet, go for a slice of Yorkshire curd tart. Seafood lovers should head to the coast for fresh fish and chips, arguably the best in the UK.

Best time to book for the best deals?

Early bird or last-minute bookings often have great deals. Off-peak seasons like late autumn and early spring also offer lower prices and quieter stays. Keep an eye on holiday parks' websites and sign up for newsletters for exclusive offers.