A quiet, family run park found in a natural setting on the banks of the River Swale, offering seclusion and tranquility.
A five star graded park offering:
Two heated toilet and shower blocks.
Licenced shop and reception
and many more facilities
Baby changing facilities
On site reception and licensed shop with a wide range of food and children's toys
Public telephone and post box
Tourist leaflet room
Ideally situated to the Yorkshire dales, Yorkshire Moors and only an hours drive to the Lake district.
Places of interests in abundance, quaint market towns ~ Richmond, Northallerton, Darlington, Catterick Racecourse (renown for its Sunday market). Historic Houses ~ Raby Catle, Castle Howard, Kiplin Hall, Bowes Museum to name but a few.
3 beautiful waterfalls nearby
Based on 3 review(s)
west yorks 03 Aug 2014
Campsite is nice with good facilities.
however the attitude and threatening behavior of campsite night security was appalling,they seemingly wait for guests to speak or go to the toilet block to tell people off and threaten to evict them.i spoke to several very upset guests who were also bullied by them.
lovely site spoilt by staff attitude!!
East Yorkshire 01 Sep 2008
What a wonderful site.The staff were helpful and cheerful.We stayed for a week.When i mentioned fishing,We found ourselves pitched alongside the river(not sure if it was coincidence),which was great for nipping down the bank for a spot of fly fishing.The site was clean and well set out,the toilet block was very clean,but i must admit that the showers were'nt very powerful and fixed too close to the wall.The bins were emptied daily,the shop was handy and the pizzas from the takeaway were gorgeous.We'll be going back to this site again.
Brompton-On-Swale Caravan & Camping Park, Richmond, North Yorkshire
Tyne and Wear 09 Aug 2007
Having been to Richmond in a static for over 25 years we now have turned our hand to a tourer and what a find this site was and only 45 mins from home.
It is a lovely site for tourers, well maintained and spotlessly clean. The play park was ideal for the grandchildren and so was the stoney beach beside the river. The men in their green jumpers were very friendly, directing you to your pitch, emptying the bins and picking up litter to maintain the cleanliness of the site. We even got an egg from one of them from the free range chickens. The 'greenies' also arranged a sports day for the children on the Saturday we were there with prizes for all which is an excellent idea.
2 small negatives, the sinks for washing your plates etc were too low and they could do with a family bathroom. Although I was directed (again by a 'greenie') to a disabled shower which we were able to use for the four of us (2 adults, two small children). We will definitely be going back.