Escape to the peace, tranquillity and awe-inspiring beauty of the Yorkshire Dales. Woodclose Park lies nestled within a secluded patch of the Lune Valley and is the perfect base for exploring the surrounding hills, forests and unspoilt moorlands.
Standing near the park are the elegant medieval arches of the of Devil’s Bridge, an ancient landmark with prominent ties to local legend. The award-winning tearoom, pub and restaurant-lined streets of Kirkby Lonsdale are only a short walk away.
Many walking and cycling trails wind out into the landscape from the park’s front doorstep.
If you’re up for venturing a little further, the majestic mountain peaks of the Lake District rise within easy reach.
Woodclose welcomes tourers and offers a great selection of glamping pods and self-catering accommodation, some of which is pet-friendly. The site is open from 1st March to 2nd January.
Book your self-catering holiday in the Yorkshire Dales today.
Great site for walking into Kirkby Lonsdale (just 10 minutes)
Designated dog area
Purchase Wi-Fi cards
Essentials and fresh coffee in the sales/reception area
Calor gas sales and exchanges
Directions1/2 mile south east of Kirkby Lonsdale off A65.
Things to do in the Yorkshire Dales
Visit Kirkby Lonsdale. The bustling ‘gateway to the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales’ is just a 10-minute walk from Woodclose Park.
Explore the Rive Lune. The rocky, forested banks of the River Lune are just a few minute’s walk away.
Visit White Scar Caves. These spectacular show caves include one of the largest known cave chambers in the UK.
Walk Ingleton Falls Trail, which winds through ancient oak woodland, up to vantages with spectacular views of Yorkshire Dales scenery and past a series of magnificent waterfalls.
Woodclose Park is located within ten minutes walking distance of Kirkby Lonsdale with its award winning tea rooms and pubs. Located in the Yorkshire Dales National Park with great walking and cycling routes on the doorstep.
Woodclose Park & Helipromo
Based on 1 review(s)
Derbyshire 09 Oct 2011
When we arrived got shown to our pitch but the lady member of Woodclose Park would be glad when the touring season was over she did not appreciate all the comings and goings, of the tourers not a very nice welcome when we were a tourer! The facilities on site were clean nice touch for the ladies with the soap and hand lotion. showers could of done with being a little hotter they were aired.Washing up facilities were great, whilst we were on site the site had a power cut and the same lady member of Woodlose Park came to inform us that the power could be off until @ least 10.30pm not what we wanted to hear having just stocked the fridge and our little freezer up! her answer to that was you will have to keep the fridge door closed! fortunately when we returned from our walk the power was back on not sure how long the power cut had lasted for but all the notices were still up on the showers and laundry facilities that the power was still off. The hand dryers were ok for adults but not very child friendly! The other lady member of Woodlose Park that was in the shop was very friendly and interested where we were going on our walk for that day. The shop is well stocked but very pricey. I would come back to this site in low season, for the facilities you got it was reasonably priced. There is two points I would like to make you get NO signal on the TV you have to buy a long ariel cable from the shop for £6.00 and you can only have a shower between certain hours and wash up between certain hours.not mentioned in the brochure. A good dog walking area as we paid £1.00 per night we cleaned up after our dog and put it in the bins provided but wished other people on the site did the same they did not.
For sales enquiries, call directly on 01275 371133.