Visit Pickering on your holidays in North Yorkshire and stay at Wayside Caravan Park.
This stunning holiday destination is on the southern outskirts of the North York Moors National Park and is open all year. Here you will find a range of excellent holiday homes available for sale, plus there are also a number of hardstanding, fully serviced touring pitches that are available on an annual basis.
The set-up of the park with permanently owned static caravans and long-term touring pitches means there is a real community, family, friendly feel here, with many owners and touring guests spending many weekends and several holidays at Wayside throughout the year.
All of the permanent holiday homes found at Wayside Caravan Park are fitted with the best in appliances and conveniences, while there is a modern amenities block for touring guests to use whenever they stay here.
The whole of the North York Moors National Park is within reach from Wayside, and with the southern section of the park on the doorstep it is easy to indulge in walking, cycling and horse riding across the beautiful landscape. There are numerous routes on offer whether guests are looking for a gentle stroll or terrain a little more challenging. Guests are also able to pick up an Ordnance Survey map and head out onto the Moors themselves, or take advantage of the guided tour days that are held throughout the year. Those interested in cycling and looking to head out themselves are encouraged to hire a mountain bike and make their way out to Dalby Forest, which is found a short drive to the north of this caravan park.
Wayside Caravan Park is in the village of Wrelton, which sits on the A170, while the town of Pickering is about a 10-minute drive from site. Market day is a fun day to go to Pickering and it's a wonderful location, with excellent architecture and a great range of shops, cafés, pubs and restaurants. You can also tour Pickering Castle. Or maybe you'd like to enjoy a day beside the seaside? Visit Scarborough, which is just a 40-minute drive from this site. As is Whitby, another seaside town that's famous for its delicious fish and chips – you can also go and see the impressive and imposing Whitby Abbey, a ruined Benedictine abbey.
To the south you will also find the sometimes overlooked Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, another stunning area to explore – and you can visit Castle Howard, too, which is about a half hour drive from this caravan park.
The famous city of York is also about a 50-minute drive from Wayside Caravan Park. Visit York to tour the famous and impressive Minster and York Castle, maybe enjoy a flutter at York Racecourse, try not to get lost in the maize York Maze, visit the National Railway Museum York and go to the York Dungeon, or maybe you'd just like to meander around The Shambles.
So enjoy your holidays in Yorkshire and stay at Wayside Caravan Park.
North York Moors
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Beck Isle museum
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