Holiday on a peaceful park set within the beautiful North Yorkshire countryside between the Nidderdale and Howardian Hills Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Tollerton Caravan Park boasts its own fishing lake and is the perfect base for exploring the area’s incredible landscapes, cities and historic sites.
Nidderdale is an area of wide heather moors mingled with woodlands, valleys, lakes and rivers. Head to the Howardian Hills and you’ll find a gently contoured landscape of forested valleys dotted with grand country houses and chocolate-box villages. Medieval walls, olde-world streets, a fairy tale gothic minster and many more amazing attractions lie waiting to be discovered nearby in the ancient city of York.
Along with the fishing lake, Tollerton also has a large recreation field, a barbecue house, a playground, a laundry house, modern washing facilities and a newly renovated country pub beside its entrance. The park’s resident warden is ready and waiting with a helping hand whenever you might need one throughout summer and takes care of maintenance and upkeep during winter.
Tollerton provides new holiday caravans available for purchase and an additional selection available for hire. The park also offers grass and hardstanding pitches for tents, tourers and motorhomes. Pitches with electric hook-ups are available, as are winter storage services for motorhomes and tourers. Enquire today.
Small fishing lake. The newly renovated Station Inn is located at the park entrance, and offers food, drinks and takeaway snacks.
DirectionsFrom York, take the A19 North towards Thirsk. At Cross Lanes village, turn left towards Tollerton. After 1 mile, just before the railway bridge leading to Tollerton village, you will see a former pub turned Chinese restaurant on your right. The park entrance lies through the restaurant car park.
Towns and cities to visit in North Yorkshire
The medieval city of York is a short journey away. Its magnificent minster, the National Railway Museum, the Jorvik Centre (a museum detailing the city’s Viking history), and Clifford’s Tower are just a few of the many amazing attractions that lie within its ancient city walls.
The spa town of Harrogate is the gate to Nidderdale. Relax in the opulence of its Turkish Baths complete with steam room, plunge pool and spa. Head to the traditional café and Yorkshire institution, Betty’s Harrogate for tea, coffee or a bite to eat.
Castles and stately homes to visit in North Yorkshire
Set deep in the heart of the Howardian Hills is Castle Howard. Over the years, the spectacular façade, elegant interiors and magnificent gardens of this vast 18th century stately home have starred in many films and television series, the most recent being ITV’s Victoria.
The 900 year old Helmsley Castle is a medieval fortress that received a Tudor makeover. Its romantic semi-ruined structure stands on the edge of the North York Moors beside the village of Helmsley.
Sports and activities to do in North Yorkshire
Nidderdale lies to the west and the Howardian Hills to the east. Two National Parks, the North York Moors and the Yorkshire Dales are a short distance further away. Explore the incredible landscapes of these regions along their extensive networks of walking and cycling trails.
If you fancy a round of golf, you’ll find welcoming courses at York, Wetherby, Easingwold, and Harrogate. For horseracing, head to either York, Thirsk, Wetherby, or Ripon racecourses.
Based on 3 review(s)
yorkshire 06 Apr 2010
we stayed at this touring site over the easter weekend. toilet block is brand new and was kept clean all the stay. however,it rained and site became muddy. all the warden said was he would tow people off if necessary! we live in the 21st century and there should be proper tarmac roads and more hardstandings. also we were too close together for our liking. water point next to electric point. site electrics tripped 7 times whilst there. two units had had enough and left a night early because they were paddling in mud
Tollerton Caravan Park, Tollerton, North Yorkshire
hartlepool 23 Apr 2009
APRIL 2009 2wks Just had two glorious weeks at Easter on this site and thoroughly enjoyed it. the owners are really friendly and helpful. Has brilliant little fishing lake on it which we enjoyed fishing. Got full over Easter weekend but was still peaceful enogh for us. We found everyone spoke to us and loved it that much that we have booked on again for May bank holiday Arron & Dawn Hindle.
Tollerton Caravan Park, Tollerton, North Yorkshire
Staffordshire 25 Oct 2008
After going to this park for the last 3 years we have found it very friendly and relaxing. The lodges and site are extemely clean and tidy. The owners are very freindly and approachable if there are any problems that occur. We are that impressed with the site, accomadation and the owners (Tracy and Andy Greedy) that we have booked two weeks in July/August for our honeymoon in 2009.
Incleboro Fields, Tollerton, North Yorkshire
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