North Yorkshire Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
Stretching from the North East to the Humber and from the East coast to the borders of Lancashire and Cumbria, North Yorkshire stretchers almost right across the North of England. North Yorkshire covers an area of 3,341 square miles including national parks, cities and seaside resorts.
North Yorkshire Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in North Yorkshire.
|Company||Park Name/ Location||Review||Info|
|1||Primrose Valley, Filey, North Yorkshire||Review||Book | More Info|
|2||Blue Dolphin, Filey, North Yorkshire||Review||Book | More Info|
|3||Reighton Sands, nr Filey, North Yorkshire||Review||Book | More Info|
North Yorkshire Caravan Holidays
The majority of those looking for North Yorkshire caravan holiday parks focus on the seaside resorts of Whitby, Scarborough and Filey but North Yorkshire caravan holidays can be enjoyed throughout the region.
Scarborough, the most popular seaside resort in North Yorkshire is found in the South East of the region. As one of the country’s most popular seaside resort there is plenty on offer for holidaymakers including the ever popular Peasholme Park, Scarborough Castle, Sea Life and Sea Sanctuary as well as the resorts 2 beautiful sandy bays.
Located just South of Scarborough Filey is a small seaside resort which offers fantastic cliff top views, miles and miles of sandy beach but most importantly for us here at CaraHols.co.uk, it is in and around Filey were the majority of the major caravan holiday parks in North Yorkshire can be found. From some of the biggest holiday parks from the likes of Haven and Park Resorts to small privately owned parks, you can find it all in and around Filey.View Filey Holiday Parks
Located further North and near to the border of County Durham, Whitby is a completely different type of resort compared to the likes of Scarborough, with the whole town steeped in history.
Overlooked by the iconic Whitby Abbey, the main tourist area of Whitby can be found at the bottom of 2 cliff tops along the banks of the River Esk.
The town is also a great base for exploring the nearby North Yorkshire Moors national park.
Popular attractions in Whitby includes the Abbey as well as the North Yorkshire moors Railway which now terminates in the towns train station.
Robin Hood’s Bay
A visit to Robin Hood’s Bay is like stepping back in time, back to the days of smugglers and pirates. Based on top of a large cliff just to the North of Whitby, Robin Hood’s Bay is a small town full of all of the trappings of modern life that changes the further down the cliff you walk.
As you follow the main road down to the sandy beach below the town, the houses and shops get closer and closer as the road narrows and begins to unwind. The sense of bygone days when sailors, smugglers and pirates would land on the beach and walk into the towns taverns quickly engulfs you just before the road opens up on a wide sandy beach- unless it’s high tide when the sea meets the town.
Towns and Cities
The historical capital of all of York and one of the UK leading tourist destinations. York is a city full of history but with everything you would expect from a modern city.
Major tourist attractions include the iconic York Minster, The Shambles, a range of museums including the National Railway Museum, York Dungeons and The Jorvik Centre and in recent years the cities fantastic shopping, restaurant and café scene also attracts visitors from far and wide.
On the very Northern border of the county, Middlesbrough may not instantly stand out as an ideal spot for a caravan holiday but it does offer a great base for exploring the nearby coast and North Yorkshire Moors as well as visiting the historical county of County Durham, Thirsk, Northallerton and nearby attractions including Lightwater Valley Theme Park.
The spa town of Harrogate has attracted holidaymakers for 100’s of years now and continues to do so thanks to its great shopping, restaurants and beautiful open spaces.
The county town of North Yorkshire, Northallerton is a great historic market town with lots to offer including the terminus of Wensleydale heritage railway.
Another market town that is popular with tourists thanks to its canal boat trips, markets, Castle and its location near to the Pennines and the Yorkshire Dales.
Skipton is the perfect base for exploring the many caves, waterfalls and hiking routes that are easily accessible from the numerous caravan parks in and around Skipton.
This small town on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors has made a name for itself as the home of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, which runs from Pickering right through to the seaside resort of Whitby.
The town is an ideal location for exploring the nearby Dalby Forest as well as the Moors, Heartbeat country and the beautiful countryside of the Vale of Pickering.
The town also offer attractions of its own with Pickering castle and Flamingoland always popular with visitors.
If you are an outdoors type of person a North Yorkshire caravan holiday is ideal for you. The region is full of caves, hiking trails, waterfalls, rivers, National Parks and much more all waiting to be explored. From our point of view, the region is also helped by the sheer number of holiday parks in the area, from huge all action parks to small parks only offering accommodation.
The majority of operators have holidays parks in and around the region with the likes of Haven and Park Resorts offering large, all action style holiday parks along the North Yorkshire coast whilst smaller operators offer in land holiday parks that are perfect for exploring the natural beauty of North Yorkshire and for simply relaxing whilst on holiday.
No matter what you want from a North Yorkshire caravan holiday or a North Yorkshire holiday park, you are sure to find it and here at CaraHols.co.uk we bring you a wide range of holiday parks in North Yorkshire, all with online booking to make researching and booking your next North Yorkshire caravan holiday as simple as possible.