Goosewood Holiday Park is set in tranquil countryside, yet only 6 miles from the historic city of York. It's an ideal base for setting up your tourer for the week or weekend and exploring all Yorkshire has to offer. There is obviously the ancient walls and streets of York to explore, but much more too. Castle Howard and the quaint villages that surround York among other local attractions. Alternatively, you can hire a luxury lodge, some with hot tubs, which is ideal for relaxing after a day of exploring the city!
Full 360-degree tours of our accommodation are available on our website, as well as the pictures show on here.
There are both grass and hard-standing pitches at Goosewood, some with a lake view. There is no camping here, so it's just an area for touring. The toilet and shower block is close by, as are all the key amenities such as the reception, shop, bar and swimming pool. Electricity is metered, and you can purchase top-up cards from the reception.
Guests love to relax here at Goosewood whether they are touring or staying in a lodge.
Pets - 2 pets are allowed with touring bookings are 1 dog is allowed in certain accommodation. Please use our website to find out availability.
Fishing lake (permits available from reception, you must have you own fishing licence)
Barrier controlled entry
Nearly within walking distance lies the pretty village of Sutton, with two Inns, a lovely Hall and beautiful gardens. Using the convenient park and ride York is close at hand, with it's innumerable attractions; Jorvik Viking Museum, North York Moors, National railway Museum and the castle museum to name but a few.
In every direction there are stately homes, abbeys, coast and countryside for you to explore.
See the days out page on our website for ideas of things to do: http://www.flowerofmay.com/yorkshire-holiday-parks/goosewood-holiday-park-near-york/days-out-in-york/
Based on 10 review(s)
west yorkshire 29 Jul 2014
arrived to find goose poo all over our pitch, not a good start. When we asked if it could be swept away, the reply was 'it's not called Goosewood for nothing - it would take 10 years to sweep it all away or we would have to shoot them all and the locals wouldn't like that'. What a charming response. It was not a lot to ask for your pitch wasn't full of it so you don't tread it into your caravan. on the plus side the meal in the clubhouse was fantastic. But would never return - hence a review
england 15 Sep 2012
second visit , absolutly briliant so relaxing , love it love it love it , lovely friendly staff , very clean site and so peacefull , you can,t beat being woken up by the sound of the lake and the beautifull ducks , would definately recomend goose wood to every one , can,t wait to go back next year , (would give more than five stars )
Nottinghamshire 26 Oct 2011
Tried to book Caravan Club site in York a few days before but were unsuccessful. We Booked Goosewood Holiday Park instead and really glad we did. Very friendly welcome and smashing little site for tourers, great pitches and handy shop and newish toilet block. Showers were lovely! Also nice childs playground with fun zipwire for the kids.
Took our dog for a nice walk round the site which isn't massive. Nice pond if you like fishing.
We'd certainly go back!
teesside 12 Jun 2011
A nice site with friendly staff.A good playground for the children and a good spot for fishing.We did have a problem with very loud rave music on the saturday night till 3.00 in the morning.We did not Know where it was comming from and may not of been from the site.
durham 01 Nov 2010
I cannot praise the staff enough, this was our first experience touring, although we are seasoned campers, nothing was a bother for the very helpfull warden. The children's play area was excellent and well used. The toilet blocks were a little tired, and in need of some updating, never the less they were very clean. I was dissapointed that the health suit was closed as this was not meantioned at the time I booked. Excellently placed for the Rawcliffe park and ride.
tyne &wear 13 Jul 2008
What a delightful site, The staff were very helpful.
The childrens play area is one of the best i have seen. The fishing is absolutely first class, whichever style or bait that you choose to use, you will catch fish. Rudd and Roach to1 1/2lb Tench to 4lb Carp up to low double figures. The pitch i was on was huge, i have a large twin axle van and i had space to spare.
This was my first visit and it certainly will not be my last.13 July 2008
South Shields 28 Mar 2008
We didn't actually stay at Goosewood but we did drive through it and in it and looked round. We didn't like the look of the site because everywhere looked too dark and dreary for us. However, I do believe this site would be lovely for the right people. The receptionist's seemed nice though too. We weren't too keen on the area either, so decided to move on to the Lake District (all within one day!!)
07 Jan 2008
We have been going to Goosewood every Easter for the last 5 years. Its a great spot especially if one of you is not on holiday and has to go back to work.
The site is very clean and staff are very helpful and friendly we book as we are leaving so we don't forget to book for the following year
Property manager response (10 Jan 2008)
Thank you for your review, we realise that our popularity means that you have to book weel in advance especially at peak times ie Bank holidays.
Cleveland 29 Apr 2007
we have now visited goosewood a few tmes now and really enjoyed our stay there.my daughter and son both have caravans so we went together, our grandchildren love fishing so it was ideal with a lovely lake there and also it has a really nice play area.The staff are nice and really helpful.The site is in a lovely setting and is not far from York.I recommend this site its lovely.Sandra Johnson. Stockton
cleveland 29 Dec 2005
Review from Barbara Kilding Stockton on Tees.
This is a lovely clean site with touring pitches that are well placed and not on top of each other, hubby loves the fishing and only comes back to the caravan when the hunger pangs set in, Grandchildren are well amused with the outdoor adventure park, they come back looking like kids from stig of the dump and are up bright and early to get back out in the park. Toilets and showers are very clean, and the bathroom a godsend for the mucky kids. The staff are very obliging and escort you to your pitch and help in every way possible.excellent site for disabled people I can even take my electric scooter through the woods and has easy access to the lake.
The Past 21 Apr 2003
** This review was originally posted by Stewart West from Stockton on Tees. **
This site is brill - good fishing,well laid out and very pretty.
toilet and showers A1 ,a small but flat park that is very relaxing with a small but well stocked shop.
Not for groups of lads/lasses but the kids are very safe -a card operated barrier means only access to those that should be there - Roll on the summer Stewy