Holiday Parks in Yorkshire
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Yorkshire Caravan Holiday Parks
A Yorkshire holiday brings you to arguably the most diverse place in the whole country. The largest in terms of geography, the county encompasses huge industrial heartlands, lovely market towns and household seaside resorts that are ideal for a Yorkshire caravan holiday. The likes of Scarborough have been welcoming tourists for decades, and they’re accompanied by underrated gems like Filey and Whitby, home to some incredible staples of the seaside.
Our Yorkshire holiday parks are close to some of the finest beaches in the UK. Blue Dolphin, Primrose Valley, Reighton Sands and Thornwick Bay welcome everyone with opens arms to make memories that will last a lifetime. Fancy bringing your dog? Check out our dog friendly holidays to Yorkshire.
Things to do in Yorkshire
The infamous Yorkshire Moors are just a short drive from our parks. There are great family events held here regularly, or you can just put on your walking boots and explore their rugged beauty.
A little further afield, the walled city of York is just over an hour's drive away. It's got fantastic shopping and wonderful restaurants as well as a real sense of history. That's all on top of piles and piles of tourist attractions like York Minster, the JORVIK Viking Centre, and York Dungeon.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Playdale Farm Park
Frequently asked questions
Yorkshire is the UK’s largest county. So big in fact that it’s usually split in four for administrative purposes. North, East, South and West Yorkshire all have their own character and charm. Each of them are well worth a visit when you’re in the region.
Yorkshire is home to Britain’s oldest seaside resort. Scarborough has been welcoming visitors from far and wide for the best part of 360 years and is still going strong to this very day.
Yorkshire is home to the highest pub in the whole of England. The Tan Hill Inn is over 1,700 feet above sea level, but the climb is more than worth it for the 30 different ales it serves!
Yorkshire’s size also gives a wide range of settings to discover. From the shores of Filey in the east to the rocky Pennines in the west, Yorkshire is dotted with outdoor experiences that are bound to take your fancy.
Yorkshire’s towns are full of history. Many hark back to their industrial past, with each town contributing to a specific industry. There are two UNESCO Heritage Sites in the county: Salts Mill in Saltaire and Studley Royal Park and Ruins of Fountains Abbey in the north of the county.
Yorkshire’s coast is unrivalled. From the Spurn Heritage Coast in the south to the terrific towns dotted along the journey to Flamborough Head and wonderful Whitby, the North Sea neighbour is a breath of fresh air with breath-taking views to match.
Filey is one of Yorkshire’s finest seaside towns. It’s yours to discover when you stay with us at Blue Dolphin, Primrose Valley or Reighton Sands holiday parks. All three are magnificently dotted along the coast, with picture-perfect beaches and scenery begging to be snapped. Further south near Flamborough sits Thornwick Bay Holiday Park. The picturesque views offered from this park are right up there with the best in the entire Haven family. Find out for yourself by booking a Haven holiday to Yorkshire.