9 Fantastic Caravan Holiday Parks in Yorkshire: Enjoy The Wonderful Coast
Home to vast countryside and two wonderful National Parks!
Yorkshire is definitely one for a rural retreat where you can unwind and relax with family and friends.
Make sure the whole family comes as there are tons of activities and attractions to keep everyone entertained.
With long walking routes and cycling trails your pets can have heaps of fun!
Let’s jump straight in and see what’s on offer..
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A 14 acre holiday park set within the wonderful Yorkshire countryside with easy access to York city.
This wonderful park is set on the banks of the River Esk with close proximity to the coast & national parks.
A rural holiday in the heart of North Yorkshire with an abundance of wildlife, walking trails and cycling routes surrounding this park.
This rural escape provides a memorable break where you can unwind in the countryside and connect with nature.
Superb set of lodges surrounding a tranquil lake with a host of activities including tennis, canoeing, fishing & golf.
This woodland retreat is ideal for anyone looking to escape the busy city, with the majestic Yorkshire Dales on your doorstep.
Tollerton Holiday Park
Vale of York, Yorkshire
Located in the quiet village of Tollerton, this is one of the quietest holiday parks in Yorkshire and is ideal for those who are after a secluded getaway without much going on. There are 5 nearby ponds which are ideal for any fisherman wanting to have a go.
The park itself is a great base to explore north Yorkshire with the market town of Easingwold just a short drive away.
Probably not the best suited holiday park if you have children as there isn’t really enough to keep them entertained, this resort is better suited for couples or groups.
Prices here are relatively cheap with a 3 bedroom caravan that sleeps 6 people and is pet friendly, only costing you £245 per week. What a bargain holiday that is!
Larpool, North Yorkshire
Nestles beside the banks of the River Esk, these wonderful properties are ideal to explore the local fishing villages and sandy beaches that are nearby. Whitby is just one mile away and well worth a day out, as is the Captain Cook Memorial Museum which is also located there.
There is a terrific indoor swimming pool onsite, as well as a children’s playground to keep them entertained for a few hours. Captain Cooks holiday park is one of the cheapest Yorkshire holiday parks with so much to see and do for kids and adults alike, without costing a fortune.
If you have a car, there are some great places to visit nearby including Scarborough and Filey just south of the holiday park or if you want to head further north, Middlesborough, Sunderland and Newcastle are all great days out.
Some of these cottages sleep 6 or more and only charge £295 for the week which we think it’s good value. Some of the accommodation does welcome pets, so just check before booking.
Near Hornsea, South Yorkshire
Located just north of Hull, this quaint holiday park is a real gem with woodland and wildlife surrounding the caravans. Here you can unwind and connect with nature with a spot of coarse fishing.
The picturesque town of Hornsea is just 3 miles away and well worth a day trip, whilst the busy cities of Hull and York are withing driving distance.
This holiday park is an outdoor enthusiasts dream destination as there are plenty of walking routes and cycling trails on your doorstep.
For £305 per week, you can book a luxury caravan that sleeps 8 people with 3 good sized bedrooms. For a pet friendly caravan of the same size, the price will be £349 per week.
Thirsk, North Yorkshire
With a beautiful countryside location, this is one of Yorkshire’s best caravan holiday parks. Either side of the park you have the Dales & The Moors to explore, whist York & Ripon are close by.
For children, there is a large indoor play room and outdoor adventure park. Hiring a bike and fishing are both available locally, just ask when you book.
This holiday park is great for a family countryside break where you can explore the two idyllic National Parks, or head down to the historic city of Leeds where you can enjoy the vast range of bars, restaurants and attractions.
With this being a secluded and popular park, prices are slightly more expensive with a 2 bedroom caravan that sleeps 4 people costing £305 per week.
Weir Holiday Park
Stamford Bridge, South Yorkshire
This holiday park is set on a unique inland island just a short walk from the beautiful village of Stamford Bridge where there are a host of shops, pubs and restaurants.
The park is a great base to explore the local attractions which include Flamingo Land & Castle Howard. You get a true sense of relaxation at this resort with an abundance of wildlife and countryside surrounding you.
Close to the city of York and the Yorkshire seaside, you get to enjoy both parts of this wonderful county.
A 6 person caravan with 2 bedrooms will cost £345 per week and is pet friendly, as well as having wheelchair access. For a deluxe apartment, prices start at £439 per week.
Angrove Country Park
Great Ayton, Yorkshire
Tucked away in the Cleveland Hills, these exclusive holiday lodges provide a wonderful retreat for families & couples. The River Leven runs along the edge of the park and the quaint market town of Stokesley is close by.
There is a licensed bar serving food on the outdoor terrace where you can admire the views, as well as a kids play area and electric car charging station.
This holiday park is a relaxing one where you can escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the vast Yorkshire countryside.
Definitely one of the more expensive holiday parks, prices start at £479 a week for a 2 bedroom lodge that sleeps 4 people.
One of the best Yorkshire holiday parks, it is ideal for those who enjoy outdoor activities whether that’s fishing, canoeing, tennis. golf or cycling, all of those you can experience here at this park.
The luxury lodges are set on the edge of the tranquil lake with gorgeous views and some even boasting their own hot tub. Brandesburton village is less than a 10 minute walk and has a variety of pubs and restaurants to try.
With a close proximity to the coastline and makopr cities liuke Hull, Leeds and York, it’s easy to see why we have included this on the best Yorkshire holiday parks guide.
For a stunning hot tub lodge that sleeps 4 people with 2 bedrooms, prices start at £425 per week. For a larger lodge that sleeps 6 goes up to £525 per week.
Lindale Holiday Park
A family run holiday escape set in secluded countryside which acts as a superb base to explore the vast range of scenic, historic and family attractions that are on offer in the Yorkshire Dales.
If you would like to visit some of the quaint market towns of Leyburn, Bedale, Masham & Richmond, they are all less than 5 miles away.
This holiday park has outstanding reviews and it’s easy to see why, it’s luxurious accommodation and scenic location make it appealing to all ages.
Prices start at £399 per week for a family of 4 with 2 bedrooms. If your after a more luxurious lodge that sleeps 4, prices go up to £499 per week.
A holiday park that is teaming with wildlife and surrounded by vast Yorkshire countryside, you couldn’t ask for a more rural retreat. There’s 26 acres of lush landscaped grounds with a beautiful garden that has a stream running through it.
The closest town to this holiday park is thriving Richmond which is home to pubs, restaurants, a castle and abbey ruins. Holiday parks in Yorkshire are ideal for those who love a rural escape but still close enough to other great amenities.
This holiday park is extremely family friendly and close enough to other amenities to keep the children entertained if you want to go off the resort.
For a 2 bedroom caravan that sleeps 4 people and has a private hot tub, prices start at £475 per week. For a more basic property that sleeps 6, prices start at £459 per week.
Yorkshire is a fantastic place to enjoy and what better place to stay than a holiday park, whether your booking one of our caravan parks in East Yorkshire or just browsing through some of the luxury lodges on offer, either way you’ll have a memorable stay.
The Dales & North York Moors are home to miles of walking & cycling trails for any outdoor enthusiasts who love idyllic countryside. Not to mention the amount of teaming wildlife that these national parks provide a home to. If your planning a route, be sure to check out Happy Hiker.
There are plenty of fun filled activities in the county to keep the kids entertained, these include the , Clifford’s Tower, Flamingo Land & Dalby Forest.
Another superb day out is How Stean Gorge where you can experience a vast range of outdoor adventure activities including mountain biking, canoeing, rock climbing and abseiling.
With so many terrific holiday parks around this spectacular county, its easy to see why so many families and couples flock here for weekend breaks and summer holidays. You can enjoy long countryside walks through the Dales & Moors, miles of cycling trails for any outdoor enthusiasts and even stop along the way at some of the quaint country pubs in the villages.
In this section we are going to look at the price of each holiday park for a week for a family of 4 with 2 adults and 2 kids under the age of 17. We carried out the search in December 2019 and looked at prices for June of 2020. It’s important that you remember these were accurat at the time of writing and do change constantly, so check before booking.
- Tollerton Holiday Park – £295
- Captain Cooks Haven – £485
- Cowden Bay – £345
- York House – £404
- Weir Holiday Park – £365
- Angrove Country Park – £775
- Dacre Lakeside – £739
- Lindale Holiday Park – £509
- Badgers Holiday Park – £639