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Cayton Village Caravan Park

Scarborough, North Yorkshire

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If you're looking for somewhere to stay on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in North Yorkshire, why not try Cayton Village Caravan Park near Scarborough.

It features in the Top 100 Sites Guide from Caravan Sitefinder, Practical Motorhome and Practical Caravan, meaning it is one of the best campsites in Yorkshire. It has also been awarded the Visit England 5*, 5 AA Pennants and David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award. The gorgeous setting, the well-kept facilities and the warm welcome given to visitors were all appreciated by guests who voted for it, the dog walk and park also commended.

The park was acquired in 1989, and 29 years later is still owned and operated by the same family. Gemma and Steve run the park with the help of Senior Park Warden, Ryan and a small team of seasonal wardens who help maintain the park during the season. It accommodates tents, caravans, motorhomes and campervans to stay at its 310 touring pitches, of which 239 are hardstanding and all of which have electric hook-up. The site is open between March and November, and it is a dog-friendly campsite. In addition, seasonal pitches and winter storage are available.

If you are looking to book a touring pitch, you'll have a number of options – there are grass sites, hardstanding sites and super sites. Or you could opt to stay at The Laurels, a recently developed area with even more spacious super sites, as well as 16-amp electric hook-up, a TV connection for every pitch and Wi-Fi. Campervans and motorhomes are welcome on the hardstanding pitches. All pitches have allocated parking spaces nearby.

For those pitching a tent here, there is a sheltered camping area in the middle of the caravan park. Tents up to nine metres by six metres (including the guy ropes) can be accommodated. All tent pitches have electric hook-ups and a single allocated car parking space. If you want to be near the children's play area you can be, but if you'd like a more quiet camping holiday in Yorkshire, this is not a problem either.

Cayton Village Caravan Park has a shop and off licence, which sells your everyday essentials, groceries, toys and ice cream, as well as camping and caravanning accessories, and it specialises in Camptech awnings. Calor Gas and Camping Gaz are also available here, plus there is an ice pack freezing service. And if you're looking for some handy information about the local area, head to reception where there are lots of leaflets.

The toilet and shower blocks are neat and well maintained. There are also family bathrooms, baby changing facilities and washrooms for disabled visitors on their camping, motorhome or caravan holidays. In addition, there are on-site laundry facilities.

To keep the kids busy and help them let off steam there's a well sized children's play area with swings, a slide and more.There's an impressive dog walking area and nature trail too, to keep two- and four-legged visitors entertained. Plus this is a well connected campsite, as a bus to nearby Scarborough, as well as Filey and Bridlington, stops close to the park's entrance.

Close to the coast but also within easy reach of the North York Moors National Park, if you're looking for a campsite in North Yorkshire, it's worth seeing if Cayton Village Caravan Park is what you need.

Open from:
1st March to 3rd November

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Family park, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, Water hook-ups, Drainage hook-ups, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Visitor parking, Wireless internet, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

The park also offers Storage for Caravans on short term basis during Low Season.
We specialise in Seasonal Pitches and also offer Winter Storage and a Caravan Sales Service.

There is also reception with great tourist information.


Accommodations:
65 Touring pitches, 65 Motorhome pitches, Seasonal pitches, 15 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:
Beach, Boat launch, Cycle hire, Fishing, Golf, Horse Riding, Swimming (Indoor), Tennis, Sports Ground, Internet Access, Gym, Snooker/Pool, Sauna, Leisure Centre

Cayton Village Caravan Park is close to many unique places you'll never forget...
SCARBOROUGH, only three miles away, is built around an imposing headland topped with a 12th century castle overlooking twin bays North and South, offering a wealth of activities and entertainment.

FILEY at four miles - an unspoilt haven in a busy world. Filey Bay, ideal for youngsters, and the rocky grandeur of Filey Brigg is famous for its geology and wildlife.

BRIDLINGTON some fourteen miles away with its award-winning beaches, a prom you can stroll for miles, Leisure World with wave pool and slides and a harbour that's been around for 900 years.

WHITBY, ROBIN HOODS BAY, STAITHES, RUNSWICK BAY, NORTH YORKSHIRE MOORS & THE YORKSHIRE WOLDS are all within easy reach.

Children's Playground & Recreation Field on site with football pitch and maze.
4 acre dog walk on site
Adjoining Cayton Village with a pub and fish & chip shop


Cayton Village Caravan Park (www)

Mill Lane, Cayton Bay
North Yorkshire, North of England
United Kingdom
YO11 3NN
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Overall rating

4.0 stars

Based on 5 review(s)

South yorkshire

5.0 stars

We have a touring caravan and have visited this site many times. We have always found the reception staff and ground staff to be extremely helpful. The access to all areas has been carefully thought out. The ground is well kept and the washroom facilities spotlessly clean at all times of the day. Can thoroughly recommend this site.

south yorkshire

5.0 stars

top draw site.friendly staff.hot showers nice modern and clean.camped in tent with family.generous 9x6mtr pitch.all electric.hedgerows around pitch.very private.cannot fault this site.will return.this site really does deserve a 5 star rating.

Lincolnshire

5.0 stars

Very,Very helpful staff, even sited the van for me, very clean, tidy site with both grass and hard standing. Toilet and shower blocks in abundance and also spotlesly clean.
I would have no hesitation recommending this large site, play park for the kids... excellent. shop on site with plenty of attractions nearby, dogs welcomed,two pubs, shops and fish & chip shop in the village.

nottingham

1.0 stars

stayed in this camp site for the first time in september and will not be returning, beach was supposed to be 0.5 of a mile from the sea we clocked it in the car and was over 1 mile nothing in the village , nothing on the site , shop poorly stocked , toilet not very clean had to keep pressing shower every few mins whilst having shower.
Cayton Village Caravan Park Ltd, Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Property manager response (03 Mar 2010)

Cayton Village has won a gold award in the Britain in Bloom competition, the village has 2 shops, 2 pubs, a fish and chip shop, a cricket club and a post office. At our park we clean our showers and toilets a minimum of 3 times daily. Our showers are push buttons as recommended by the David Bellamy Conservation Scheme of which we have held a gold award for 5 years. Our small camp shop sells the basics, tinned produce, sweets, ice creams, toys and drinks as well as camping accessories and both Calor Gas and Camping Gaz, we are also only 2 miles to Morrisons Superstore.

SOUTH YORKSHIRE

3.0 stars

STAYED ON THIS SITE IN MARCH,OUR FIRST TIME TOURING,VERY FRIENDLY STAFF,SHOWED US TO OUR PITCH,VERY CLEAN SITE AND TOILETS,HAD A LITTLE SHOP ON SITE TOO IF YOU RAN OUT OF SUPPLIES,LITTLE GIRL LOVED IT ON THE PLAY AREA,ALSO TOOK THE DOG AND HAD PLENTY OF SPACE TO WALK THE DOG ON THE DOG WALK,IF YOU FANCY FISH AND CHIPS OF A DRINK OR TWO AND FOOD THERE A SHORT WALK AWAY,REALLY ENJOYED OUR STAY THERE FOR THE WEEKEND...THE LEATHERS

Northamptonshire

We stayed at this site from 23rd Sept to the 1st October and had a lovely time. We were made to feel very welcome and the facilities and site were very clean. We had a very nice pitch and care was taken to place us somewhere which would not become boggy after excessive rain. The frequent bus service to Scarborough stopped by the gate and the area had a lot of attractions.We would happily recommend this site to anyone.