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Filey Brigg Caravan & Country Park

Arndale, North Yorkshire

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Filey Brigg Caravan and Country Park is a charming site close to the east coast of England, offering terrific views of the surrounding area, plus it has a three-pennant rating from the AA.

This campsite in Yorkshire has 154 pitches for touring caravans and motorhomes, with an additional 24 pitches on site for holidaymakers staying in tents. This is also a dog friendly campsite, but owners must control them and keep them on a lead at all times. Car parking is available on the site itself and close by.

All of the touring and motorhome pitches at Filey Brigg Caravan and Country Park benefit from access to electric hook-ups. The tent pitches don't have electric hook-ups. Guests with a trailer tent can use a caravan pitch due to the size of the tent. There are two chemical waste disposal points on the site as well as numerous water points.

In addition there are two heated shower and toilet blocks, with laundry facilities also available for guests to use as they wish. The caravan site at Filey Brigg is located within Filey Country Park itself, so if you're staying here you can enjoy easy access to the whole park as well as the café located within it on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays. The park is a gentle 10-minute walk from the beach and a 20-minute walk from the town of Filey, meaning you can enjoy the best of a quiet and tranquil area while also being close enough to the local amenities. There are plenty of shops in Filey, so you can stock up on your holiday essentials during your stay.

The location of Filey Brigg Caravan and Country Park on the east coast of England makes it great for exploring the surrounding area – and there is so much to see. The North York Moors National Park is a short distance to the north. Here you can enjoy a range of activities from guided walks and cycling to horse riding and climbing. Or head up or down the coastline where the seaside towns – some better known that others – will provide a wonderful and fun-filled day out for people of all ages. Scarborough, a 20-minute drive to the north, is the most famous, with fish and chip shops, amusement arcades and some brilliant beaches to explore, while Bridlington, which is about a 20-minute drive to the south, is also a must-do day out. The nature reserve at Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast also makes for a lovely day out in the open.

If the bright lights of the city appeal instead, it's just over an hour's drive to York, a place with so much to do you'll have to keep on going back for more. It's an historic city, the walls, Minster and The Shambles all well-known attractions. Or have a day out at the races, get lost in York Maze, or spend time at the National Railway Museum.

However you like to spend your motorhome tours, or your camping and caravan holidays, if you're pitched at Filey Brigg Caravan and Country Park you're well placed to enjoy the best of what this region of Yorkshire has to offer.

Open from:
16th February to 2nd January

Facilities:
Pets allowed, Disabled access, Children's play area(s), Electric hook-ups, 2 Sanitary block(s), Laundry, Shop, Visitor parking, Chemical disposal point, Washing up facilities

bike hire


Accommodations:
147 Touring pitches, 147 Motorhome pitches, 14 Tent pitches

Nearby attractions:

Manchaster Cathedral


Filey Brigg Caravan & Country Park (www)

Church Cliff Drive, North Cliff
North Yorkshire, North of England
United Kingdom
YO14 9ET
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**AVOID THIS SITE if rain is due**
We had to ABANDON OUR HOLIDAY after heavy rainfall, the rain did not drain away; inches of water invaded our awning and sleeping annexes where we had electrical items plugged in!
Our equipment was damaged. It was unsafe for anyone infirm to walk on the slippy mud. The whole site was a quagmire of mud.
Where is the investment in this site? Why is there no drainage ? Why if this is a continuing problem are Scarborough Council not gradually installing hard standing pitches?
Contacted Scarborough council to ask for a partial refund on our £220 holiday, their reply .. 'it is an 'Act of God'.
If you don't want to risk having your holiday ruined..
***AVOID THIS SITE***