The Black Swan Holiday Park

Ripon, North Yorkshire

Open from
1st March to 31st October
Location
Ripon, North Yorkshire, North of England, HG4 4NF
(Location map)
Last updated
22 Jan 2019
You enquired
25
Motorhome pitches
(£22.00 - £30.00)
25
Touring pitches
(£22.00 - £30.00)
25
Tent pitches
(£19.00)
5
Serviced pitches
(£25.00 - £35.00)
18
Seasonal pitches
Pitches
Motorhome pitches25£22.00-£30.00
Touring pitches25£22.00-£30.00
Tent pitches25£19.00
Serviced pitches5£25.00-£35.00
Seasonal pitches18

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Masham Black Swan Holiday Park is a four star destination in the village of Fearby, close to the market town of Ripon in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. The park is open annually from March 1st to October 31st, and welcomes motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents. Seasonal pitches are are available to hire for the whole year for guests planning to make Masham Black Swan their base for numerous holidays and breaks away, throughout the year. Masham Black Swan Holiday Park also permits rallies to be held at the site.

If any of your friends or family want to join you on holiday but do not yet own a tent, caravan, trailer tent or motorhome, do not worry. Bed and breakfast accommodation with en-suite bathroom facilities is also available for non-camping guests looking to visit the area.

Camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in the Dales are the main business at Masham Black Swan Holiday Park, however. Super pitches, with electric, water, and drainage hook-ups, are available for guests to take advantage of during their stay. In addition, there is a chemical disposal point as well as washing up facilities to be found the park. Wi-Fi internet is available for guests to use during their stay, to keep up with what’s happening in the world or plan their day out exploring the beauty of Yorkshire.

There is a stunning 17th century pub found on the campsite itself, the Black Swan, which serves local ales as well as locally sourced foods at breakfast, lunchtime and bistro dinners in the evening. The bar and restaurant is also popular owing to the stunning views it offers across the Burn Valley. Guests can see for up to 40 miles across the Dales on a clear day.

Walking holidays in the Yorkshire Dales tends to be the most popular pursuit undertaken by guests who stay at this holiday park. While guests can use a local Ordnance Survey map to find routes, many paths are untrodden and lie waiting to be discovered by walkers. The park has also designed a number of walking routes themselves, and is happy to provide maps so that guests can make sure that their walk is a certain distance and most crucially that they get back to the campsite before dark, or by a certain time, since the timing of each walk has all been carefully tested for you.

As well as offering brilliant access to the Yorkshire Dales, a stay at Masham Black Swan Holiday Park also enables guests to experience the very best towns and cities of Yorkshire. A drive of around an hour will take tourists into the historic city of York. There are some tourist attractions that you must see. Visit York Minster and York Castle Museum, for instance. York offers a good range of leisure facilities and you can enjoy the quirky river bus tours in the River Ouse. This is one of Britain's finest cities and is a definite 'must' to put on your list of places to visit in Yorkshire.

Guests who love seaside holidays in Yorkshire and exploring the coast can take the slightly longer drive to the popular coastal town of Whitby, where there are beautiful beaches, amazing seafront restaurants, and ancient ruins to be explored.

Closer to the park, the town of Masham is a quaint location with locally run stores, workshops, and galleries, in addition to two breweries and an ancient church. The town is considered a hidden gem among lovers of architecture.
There are also several country estates and gardens, theme parks, and wildlife centres within easy reach of the site, making Masham Black Swan the perfect base for anyone who wants to discover Yorkshire.

More about the parkHide
  • Pets allowed
  • Allow rallies
  • Family park
  • Electric hook-ups
  • Water hook-ups
  • Drainage hook-ups
  • Sanitary block(s)
  • Laundry
  • Take away food
  • Designated / private parking
  • Visitor parking
  • Wireless internet
  • Chemical disposal point
  • Washing up facilities
  • Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe

En-Suite Bed and Breakfast accommodation available on site

Location


The Black Swan Holiday Park (www)

Fearby, Masham
North Yorkshire, North of England
United Kingdom
HG4 4NF

Nearby attractions

  • Fishing [2 km]
  • Golf [2 km]
  • Horse Riding [2 km]
  • Swimming (Indoor) [7 km]
  • Tennis [2 km]
  • Organised Entertainment
  • Internet Access
  • Gym [7 km]
  • Snooker/Pool [2 km]
  • Sauna [2 km]
  • Leisure Centre [7 km]

Masham is famous for its breweries, Theakstons and Blacksheep, both with Visitor Centre's.

Masham is a traditional, picturesque market town which attracts thousands of visitors a year and has been used to film television shows such as Heartbeat. The town is within walking distance - 2.5miles. It has a small supermarket which sells all the essentials, and a variety of food shops, pubs, souvenirs and gift shops. Wednesday is market day and Masham also has two breweries, the Black Sheep Brewery and Theakstons Brewery, which both have visitor centres with food, guided tours of the breweries and souvenirs.

Lightwater Valley is one of the countries biggest theme parks and is only a 15 minute drive from the Park. Set in scenic surroundings it is the home of The Ultimate, the world's longest roller coaster and many other rides, and has a shopping village. With something for everybody it is a perfect day out for the whole family.

Another picturesque market town is Ripon which is only a 15 minute drive away and has both historic attractions such as the beautiful cathedral and the famous Spa Gardens, and modern attractions such as the new "go-ball" complex - fun for the young and the young at heart! Thursday is market day in Ripon and there are plenty of shops to suit all needs through the rest of the week. There is also the Law and Order Museum which gives an interesting insight into the methods of Law used in the 1800's. A short car journey from Ripon is Newby Hall, a must see for all who appreciate Beautiful decorum and gardens.

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