Situated at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales,Scotch Corner Caravan Park provides the ideal location for a family holiday.
Secluded in 9 acres of mature trees and shrubs this family operated park prides itself on a high standard of cleanliness and service to ensure you have an enjoyable stay.
we are in an ideal location also for overnight stays en route to the lakes,Scotland or for those who maybe travelling North or South.
Only 250 yards from the A 1.
The park also has a 3 acre dog walking area
Discount for the Quality Leisure Centre
Attractions vary from visiting the surrounding market towns of Richmond,Bedale and Northallerton which are full of character and charisma which typifies the Yorkshire Dales.
Alternativally you may visit the Black Sheep brewery in Masham,the Wensleydale Railway at Leeming Bar or a visit to the racing stables in Middleham.
Catterick Racecourse holds a Sunday market which is approximately 3 miles from the park.
We have reduced rates for the Quality Leisure centre which offers a fully equipped gym,sauna,steam room,swimming pool and a bar.
Please contact site shop for details.
(ONLY 300 YARDS FROM THE SITE)
Based on 1 review(s)
warwickshire 11 May 2006
this site is brilliant we stayed for a week and then another night we live in warwickshire but im from northeast so this site is ideal for us ,the only thing which spoilt things where some rather rude tenters who pinched things from the toilets,but i must admit nothing could spoil this site we also have 2 dogs a rottweiler and a staffy the dog walk is superb but please pick up the shog dit as its not fair on the warden we went last june and are booked in for next month we cant wait i would reccomend this site highly to anyone the place is spotless jo and craig murray and the kids and the dogs from nuneaton
Fife 23 Jan 2005
A great overnight stop for anyone heading North or South, as it is a stone's throw from the A1. Or a great touring base as we found! The owners booked us in at short notice during the summer of '03 when our intended destination proved less than "as advertised" and could not have been more helpful. We had probably the best holiday we've had for years, with lots to do within easy travelling distance, and the gaurantee of a relaxed atmosphere to return to at night. The 11 pm locked gate assures caravanners of a peaceful night, and the traffic noise from the A1 was not really all that noticable. In all other ways the site was pretty noiseless too, the gentle murmer of happy caravanners was all that could be heard of an evening, thought the tented area was a wee bit louder, but far enough away for it not to be a bother. Luckily there were no screaming kids, just happy bairns with mindful parents, no footballs being kicked nearby (don't we all pray for the day when there are "NO HARD BALL GAMES" signs around caravans?) no bans on motorcycle tourers (bikers have rights too!) and no loud music being played. We all seek that bit of peace and quiet, and if it's loud enough to be heard at the next pitch then it's too loud! And NO MIDGES, probably as the grass was kept well trimmed. The toilets were adequate, and clean enough, and probably the only point where we would score less than ten out of ten. The nearby pub was a boon for easy eating out, but added to the waistline a bit! Still, the short walk there and the longer stagger back trimmed off a few calories. Our early morning (4am) departure was no problem, and the owners arranged an easy solution for us. I'd go back, in fact we intend to this summer, taking friends too.
North Yorks 01 Sep 2004
This Quiet Site is very clean the shower block is lovely the showers are great.The Laundry is good value for money. The grass is very well maintained almost like a bowling green.Good dog walking facilities.But best of all the leisure center nexts door is great with the swimming pool and you get cheaper rates if you book in to this caravan site.The Vintage hotels food is fantastic which is just on the edge of the camp site.We would highly recomend this site to any one Many Thanks for a great holiday The Appleby Family from Scarborough