Visit Scarborough and stay at the nearby Jasmine Park, where you will be assured of a warm welcome.
About a 20-minute drive inland from Scarborough, Jasmine Park is an exceptional holiday destination that sits just south of North Riding Forest Park, itself part of the sprawling and spectacular North York Moors National Park. Jasmine Park is open from the beginning of March until the beginning of November every year, and offers a range of accommodation options.
Caravan hire is available the site, while tents, motorhomes and touring caravans are all welcome to pitch here.
Guests that fall in love with the park and the surrounding area also have the option of becoming static caravan owners at the site. The static caravans offered for sale and hire are all modern and nicely decorated, as well as being fitted with the latest in modern conveniences and appliances to ensure guests have a comfortable and enjoyable stay.
For touring and camping guests, both hardstanding and grass pitches are offered at Jasmine Park, with electric hook-ups available with both the hardstanding and with the grass options. There are also some fully serviced ‘super pitches’ that have water hook-up points and grey water drainage as well as electric hook-ups.
The grass pitches are mainly situated in the Cherry Meadows section of the park, with no marked pitches meaning you can simply choose where you’d like to stay upon arrival.
Seasonal touring pitches are also offered at Jasmine Park, with reasonably priced caravan storage available, too.
Facilities offered on-site include a toilet and shower block, washing up areas, a laundrette, chemical waste disposal points, recycling points and Wi-Fi. There is also a well-stocked on-site shop where guests can buy essential groceries and much more, including beers, wines and spirits. The reception doubles as a tourist information centre, there are open spaces where visitors can enjoy ball games, plus there's a play area for the children.
On your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in Yorkshire, you won't be short of things to do, whatever it is you want to do. If you want to explore the great outdoors and the wild, natural beauty of this area, staying at Jasmine Park you have the North York Moors National Park on your doorstep, which is perfect for long walks and bike rides. To the south is the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, plus down the coast you can discover the Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast.
Drive into Scarborough and enjoy some days beside the seaside. Maybe you'd like to head straight for the beach, or perhaps you'd like to tour Scarborough Castle. There is also a Sea Life Sanctuary here, amusement arcades and lots of places where you can simply pick up something to eat and drink.
If you fancy a scenic drive across the majestic moors, you could also visit Whitby, another seaside town and one that's famous for its fish and chips. Sound good? It's only about a 40- or 50-minute drive from Jasmine Park and there's also the haunting ruined abbey to explore.
There's all this and much more – so why not come and see it for yourself?
tourist information centre
Scarborough - Britain’s first seaside resort, has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever. The safe, sandy, accredited beaches of the North and South Bays are broken by a rocky headland on which stands a reminder of the past - Scarborough's medieval castle.
Filey - A traditional Victorian English seaside town with a friendly atmosphere. A perfect place for those who want an active holiday, or for those who just prefer to relax with the restful background of fishermen mending their nets. The five-mile stretch of award winning sandy beach is protected by the rocky grandeur of Filey Brigg, a haven for a variety of birds and wildlife. All generations of families can enjoy the nature trail along the Brigg as they explore the many rock pools in search of sea creatures. Surfing, fishing, yachting, golf, walking and bird watching are just a few of the activities, which are here to be enjoyed.
Whitby - Whitby is dominated by the cliff-top ruins of a beautiful 13th century Abbey. This quaint maritime town, with its old cobbled streets, picturesque houses and sandy blue flag beach, is set among fine stretches of coast with spectacular cliffs and bays.
York - Reputedly one of the most intriguing cities in England, no other English city offers the layers of history, beauty and sheer diversity of York. The superbly preserved walled city has witnessed more than 2000 years of vibrant history. Combine this with quaint tea- shops, bustling shopping streets, the brightest bars and cafes and award winning attractions and you've got the perfect holiday destination.
Nearby attractions include:
Scarborough Sea Life Centre
John Bull Rock Factory
Playdale Farm Park
Quad Bike Trekking
plus many many more.....
Based on 3 review(s)
Yorkshire 16 Sep 2013
One of the nicest sites we have visited, ideal for all Whitby, Scarborough and Filey coast and also the moors not far from Pickering and Flamingo land as well. Most friendly site team, decent flat pitches of good size and to say it was the start of the Holidays it was not too busy (and it was getting full...!)
Facilities are very good, hot clean showers, clean toilets etc, play area for kids excellent.
near enough to coast but far enough away to be nice and quiet. Thoroughly recommend, will be visiting again in the near future.
Property manager response (17 Sep 2013)
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, we hope to see you again soon.
Derbyshire 06 Feb 2012
We tried Jasmine Park as it had some good reviews and here is what we thought of it. The site we liked because it was divided up and didn't feel like a cattle market and it was well maintained although I would have liked the pitch to be slightly bigger (i like my space), I really liked the barrier entry system as it felt a bit more secure. The wardens's Anna and her partner seem to have it all worked out although I am sure Anna's partner must be exhausted because he never seem's to stop working / checking things are ok, the site shop sold the essentials and at normal prices(well done jasmine park)
The site is in a lovely location with nice walks to the local shops/pubs where we had some top food in the Caley Arms (well worth it)
The toilet blocks were good with only small waiting time for shower if you went at the busy times ( campsite was busy )however these toilets would be perfect if some campers would use the mop & bucket that was there and gave the toilet block floor a quick clean! not much to ask, instead of leaving it to Anna and partner all the time. Only took a minute but looks much better for the next person using it.
The site is well situated for travelling around the area and we went to Filey, York and Scarborough as well as most of the local villages (all of them are lovely well kept and clean places)
Would we go back to this site ???
It is a fair drive for us but yes I would have no hesitation in going back to Jasmine Park and look forward to our next visit.
Well done Jasmine Park and thanks to Anne for getting in touch through caravan sitefinder to let me know she could fit us in with a late booking.
Yorkshire 28 Jul 2011
I was looking for a small site somewhere near the east coast for a first time outing with the caravan. Googled local sites and up popped Jasmine park in Snainton. the website was easy to use and I booked a one night stay on line with intention that we could unhook and head to Scarborough on the evening and hit Dalby forrest the next day. Jasmine park was easy to find and the staff were very pleasant even offering to put the caravan on plot for me. It was clean and tidy and the kids had a good time in the play area. I would reccomend this site if you want somewhere nice and peacefull to enjoy your holiday
Just returned from our second visit to Jasmine Park, and we enjoyed it even more than first time. Couldn’t believe how quiet the site was for the time of the year, although one of the staff did mention that a junior football party had cancelled due to weather.
Booking process very easy and friendly, altered our requirements a few days before our visit (additional car & people) and was sent revised confirmation. Arrival and check-in was as friendly as before (£10 deposit reqd for gate keycard), and we were allocated the pitches we had requested (Beeches 4-5-6, 4 families in 3 tents with 4 cars, fitted nicely in allocated space). We were advised on checking in that an extension maybe required to get to one of the pitches depending on EHU entry point on tent, this was reqd but was available to loan from site warden.
The pitches themselves are the nicest flattest grass we’ve been on, cut to a decent length and drain really well with the weather we've had. Water point on our field with served pitches. Around the park all the areas are landscaped and well looked after with nothing looking out of place.
For the kids, there is a lovely play area which is fenced off, football field, and a few tree’d areas which I'm told make great ‘dens’
Toilets/Showers are a short walk (150yards maybe) from the tents field, and are immaculate. Site was quiet, but wet weather and never noticed any grass/mud on the floors once (must have been a good set of tidy campers and regular staff cleaning ). Hairdryers available in Female Shower block (20p – but x2 dried hair no problem)
Pot wash area under cover, plenty of hot water - once again immaculately clean with 4 sinks with drainers, also washer-driers and freezer available.
There’s a basic shop on site that sells what you may need. Fish&Chip van visits site on Saturday evening. Very nice and reasonably priced
We’ll definitely be back next year – if not before.
- 16 Jun 2014Jasmine Park Anonymous guest
This is the second time we have visited Jasmine Park, both times we have had a brilliant time. The people running the site are very friendly and approachable. Checking in was very quick and easy. We were directed to our space and then left alone to enjoy our holiday. The shop is open 8. 30 to 5. 30 ish and seem to stock the essentials like milk and bread etc. We had a baby in our group and they let us keep our food in the fridge and collect when we needed it. Showers are kept clean and the pot washing area is also centrally located and clean.
I would visit this site again.
Scarborough is about 15 minutes drive and a good day out.
- 30 Aug 2013Jasmine Park Anonymous guest
We came back for a second enjoyable year with our grandson and daughter. Asked to be located on football field as this was perfect for our four year old grandson. Also very handy for the playground. Once more found the staff friendly and helpful. Good, clean shower block, washing up and laundry facilities and the family bathroom was very useful. We returned because we felt the site was well run, quiet and family friendly. However we were unlucky to be sited next to a large, noisy group of campers who did not observe the 11 o'clock quiet rule! This was dealt with immediately by the warden that evening. This does not deter us from returning to Jasmine as we have found it to be one of the best run family friendly sites we have visited.
Filey is excellent for families; a lovely park with lots of activities which also leads straight onto the pleasant beach. Had a great day out at the award winning Playdale Farm near Filey and also enjoyed a fabulous North Yorkshire Moors Railway Journey. Jasmine Park is in a convenient position for many activities, surrounded by wonderful countryside and quaint Yorkshire villages.
- 20 Aug 2013Jasmine Park Anonymous guest
We went to this lovely site last weekend had a great time and weather was boiling hot. We were allocated a pitch on the ehu field very sheltered by trees and very pretty. The only thing I would say is pitches don't seem very big although we were told we could spill onto pitch one as they don't use it so that was good. Lovely clean toilets and showers the wardens are cleaning them all the time. Very friendly wardens nothing is too much trouble for them very quiet at night and site is in a good location for seeing that part of Yorkshire. There is a small shop on site and also a fish and chip van on a Sat night both reasonably priced and the chips were nice. We visited robins hood bay and Scarborough while we were there both lovely places. When we are in the area again we will def be using this site again.
- 26 Jul 2013Jasmine Park Anonymous guest
Just come back from another weekend away at this lovely campsite. Nothing is too much trouble. We had problems with our heater in caravan and they said if we needed we could borrow one of there fan heaters. This time we went to flamingoland which was about 20-30 mins away and had a great day. Booked another weekend away but got to wait until July for that one. Cant fault this site at all. Even though it was full never had to wait for shower/toilet which were always spotless.
- 06 May 2013Jasmine Park Anonymous guest
This was our first ever camping trip having gone with friends who are very experienced.
Jasmine Park was excellent. The toilet, showers and washing facilities couldn't be faulted (especially when our daughter decided to have a stomach upset at 2. 00 am!). The facilities were always clean.
As the site was full I had expected to maybe have to queue for the showers, but that wasn't the case.
The weather wasn't brill at times and a tent opposite us was flooded quite badly and the staff couldn't have been more helpful to them.
The shop on site was very good and stocked all the essentials.
There is a playground for younger children, but as my daughter is 15 she obviously didn't use it (that would be too un-cool!)
- 14 Aug 2012Jasmine Park Anonymous guest