Langcliffe Caravan Park is a charming and picturesque family holiday park in Yorkshire, just one mile from Settle, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The site opens at the beginning of March each year and remains open until the middle of the following January. At Langcliffe Caravan Park you can hire tent, motorhome and touring caravan pitches, hire holiday lodges, a two-bedroom holiday apartment, and holiday homes. There are also holiday homes for sale. Seasonal pitches are available for guests looking to enjoy an extended stay at Langcliffe Caravan Park or who are planning to return repeatedly for many holidays throughout the season.
A selection of pitches are available for camping, touring, and motorhome guests, with deluxe, hard standing, fully serviced pitches offered with electric, water, and drainage hook ups. Standard pitches with electric and non-electric options are also available, either as grass or as hard standing. The touring area at the park is surrounded by hedgerows and woodland, ensuring a quiet and secluded stay with a degree of privacy for all.
Additional facilities offered at Langcliffe Caravan Park include heated toilet and shower blocks and a washing up area. A children’s play area is found at the park, while there is open space for ball games and other activities.
The park is the perfect holiday location for families who love the outdoors. Visit the Yorkshire Dales National Park, which is on the doorstep and offers miles of wonderful scenic trails for walking, cycling, and horse riding.
During your holidays in Settle you can go fishing in the Yorkshire Dales, because there are numerous waterways that are ideal for fishing. During your walks in the Dales you'll discover that many rivers lead to waterfalls and rock pools that are incredible to see. The Dales is also famous for its cave systems, so we recommend that you should visit some caves, taking the guided tours of these amazing vast underground caverns. Cycle hire is offered close by, while secure bicycle storage is offered at the caravan park for guests wishing to bring their own bikes on holiday.
A leisure centre is found close by offering indoor swimming, while a number of golf courses in the local area offer a challenging round as well as the opportunity to enjoy the beautiful outdoors.
Outside of the Yorkshire Dales, visit the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which is just a stone’s throw from the site and is popular with wildlife lovers and bird watchers.
During your holidays you will find a range of local amenities in Settle, including convenience stores, cafés, pubs, and restaurants. The town is also worth visiting on market day, where a range of exceptional local produce can be picked up at great prices.
Other things to do and places to see from your base at Langcliffe Caravan Park in North Yorkshire include Malham, train rides on the Settle to Carlisle railway, and perhaps longer days out in the Lake District National Park or glorious stretches along the Lancashire coast, which you can get to by car or motorhome.
Langcliffe Caravan Park is a wonderful base for families wishing to enjoy lodge, pod, tent camping, motorhome and caravan holidays in the Yorkshire Dales. It's well placed for all the great towns and attractions of the area, with easy access to numerous destinations and plenty of things to do in Yorkshire and on the campsite itself.
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Excellent walking and cycling in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Local caves and waterfalls, including the spectacular Ingleton waterfalls and Ingleborough caves. Nearby Malham with attractions of Malham Cove and Gordale Scar. The Settle to Carlisle Railway starts in the town. There is a local theater, children's play barn and falconry centre.
Settle to Carlisle Railway
The 3 peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough, & Penygent
Victoria Hall Theater
Settle Play Barn
Yorkshire Dales Falconry & Conservation Centre
Based on 2 review(s)
Lancashire 29 May 2011
Not a pleasant experience. Stayed at other sites this season and happy with their service so it's not like our standards are too high. Arrived at the site on Friday afternoon at about 6pm. No staff on site after 5pm which seems a little unusual as a lot of people set off for the weekend after they've finished work at 5pm. Kick the wife out of the car to look at the site map for our pitch. We're marked in as pitch 24 in 'The Meadow'. Pull into the touring section. 'The Paddock' area signposted to the left and 'The Meadow' off to the right. Follow the sign to the right and pitch 24 is there on the right. The ground is uneven, but someone has put lots of blocks to the side to assist with levelling the van. Park the van on the pitch and spent about 30mins levelling up when another caravaner pulls up telling us we're in the wrong pitch. To cut a long story short, we were on the wrong pitch. The pitch we were on was still on 'The Paddock' so if you're marked as being pitched on 'The Meadows' make sure you drive past the toilet block before you even consider pitching up. When away in the van it is my job to take my 2yr old son for a shower in the morning. Not on this site. There are no baby changing facilities that can be used by fathers. When going to the toilet make sure you're no longer than a couple of minutes at night either as the sensor is outside the toilet cubicle and can get embarrassing when young children enter just at that moment your pants are round your ankles and waving your hand frantically outside the cubicle door. We both left saying we would never return. Its a shame really as the site is very idillic with drinking water points close by, it's not a site we will be revisiting.
Property manager response (30 May 2013)
Sorry you had a bad experience on our site. You'll be pleased to know we have addressed many of your issues. Reception is now open until 8pm on a Friday. The pitches have all been renumbered so no confusion can occur. Baby changing is available in the female toilets and also in the family showering area, which can be used by all parents. The lighting sensor has also been altered to increase the length of time the light stays on. We are confident that should you return you would have a pleasant stay.
Yorkshire 24 Jun 2009
I arrived on the Friday evening with friends staying till late Sunday afternoon. Langcliffe is a nice safe site for children. The only thing I would criticize is the state of the toilets. 1. Not enough facilities in the gents i.e. only3 showers, 3 toilets and 3 urinals. I think this must be a major problem when the site is full. 2. These facilities are not what I would call clean, in the sinks that have plugs there is grease and hair in the plug hole and a strong smell comes out from there when the hot water is run. Even after the cleaner has been in they don’t give the impression of being clean and I would think they are not cleaned very often if at all. 3. On the Sunday before we left the cleaner had cleaned the toilets but there was still a strong smell of urine. I would suggest not only a mop but strong disinfectant be used also lots of hot water and a Squeegee be used. 4. My girlfriend said the same about the ladies. Rant over, I would be happy to go back if the above was sorted. Langcliffe Caravan Park, Settle, North Yorkshire