Visit Yorkshire on your camping, motorhome and caravan holidays and stay at Mill Farm Country Park, near the coast.
Found on the outskirts of the pretty, North Sea coast village of Skipsea, Mill Farm Country Park is open from the middle of March until the end of September every year, and has a total of 52 pitches welcoming guests with touring caravans, motorhomes and tents. Seasonal pitches are also available.
This campsite has a number of hardstanding pitches, with electric hook-ups available, too. Additional facilities offered at Mill Farm Country Park include heated toilet and shower blocks, washing up points and chemical waste disposal points. Pets are also allowed to stay with guests at the park. Exploring the surrounding area is easy owing to the public transport that runs from the site.
The park's reception houses tourist information, so guests are always able to plan their next adventure across Yorkshire or up and down the east coast of England.
A three-acre field is available for families to enjoy at the park. While there is no sports equipment on the field, ball games are allowed, with football and cricket in particular popular with guests. The park owners have planted a number of trees along the edge of the main farm field to create a charming walk for guests to enjoy. Guests that have taken their pets along for the break are able to walk them in this area.
While there is no shop or bar facility on the site, a full range of local amenities are found a short walk along Mill Lane. Guests will find a well stocked mini supermarket, a post office, tea room, breakfast café and the welcoming Board Inn, which serves a range of local ales and some great local produce.
On a short walk towards the coast you will pass Skipsea Social Club, continuing towards the sea front you will find fish and chip and amusement.
Guests wanting to explore further afield have a number of choices owing to the public transport running from the site. Hornsea and Bridlington are all accessible directly from the park – none of these are more than half an hour from this campsite by car, if you're looking to drive there. Those wanting to get around even more of Yorkshire can take trains from Bridlington to a wide variety of locations, whether you’re looking to explore the coast and visit Scarborough and Whitby, or travel inland to visit York and other towns and cities.
Tourists happy to head out in the car can enjoy exploring the market towns of Yorkshire, while there also several nature reserves and parks to be found across the countryside. Many locations in the region also have some excellent museums and other cultural attractions that the whole family can visit and enjoy during their motorhome, camping and caravan holidays.
Mill Farm Country Park is a wonderful place for a family to enjoy a relaxing break close to the Yorkshire coast.
Dogs welcome if approved by the management, farm walk and games area.
The site of Skipsea Castle built on a Iron Age mound
Hornsea Mere, Honeysuckle Animal Farm. Bridlington Harbor, old town and priory
Bempton RSPB site
Flambourgh cliffs excellent views and Lighthouses
Burton Agnes Hall
Near by markets and car boots
Based on 1 review(s)
29 Jul 2018
We have just returned from a lovely week here. This holiday was a last minute booking and a far cry away from the type of site we would go for. We usually book chain sites with an entertainment complex however after a stay here we will think again. The site was so well kempt,the owners worked tirelessly to keep facilities clean and cared for,with extra bonuses such as recycling. The owner bent over backwards to accommodate us for an extra night as we didn't want to go home! Our two children and 2 springers loved the freedom of the site whilst still feeling safe to play. Thank you and hope to see you again soon. Mr and Mrs Groke.
What a delightful site. I arrived on foot with my little backpacking tent whilst on a long walk around the coast for charity. Judy, the site owner, could not have been more welcoming or helpful - tent-friendly sites for backpackers in the area are few and far between, and Judy searched ahead for me on my onward route and had plenty of advice about the cliffs and walks south from Skipsea.
The site was comfortable, spacious and well appointed with clean facilities. All I ever need is a few square feet of grass and a shower, so I was well satisfied. And it makes all the difference to have such a warm welcome. Thank you.
- 14 Sep 2017Mill Farm Country Park Anonymous guest
What a lovely site ! Just on the edge of the village and in easy walking distance of local amenities and twenty minutes stroll to the seafront.
(Access to the beach through Skipsea Sands Caravan park)
The host, Judy, was most helpful in giving us the ideal pitch we requested and also insisted on finding out whether a local attraction would allow dogs.
The site was well maintained with several water points and a well kept toilet and shower block, clean although a little tired in places but this adds to the charm.
If we went back to this region we would certainly return to Mill Farm.
- 01 Aug 2016Mill Farm Country Park Anonymous guest
Unit: Touring Caravan Rating: [8 from 10]
This was our first visit and on turning into the site, it looked simple but the simplicity turned into beauty.
It is a wonderfully clean and quiet site, the amenities are basic but more than ample and very clean.
The hosts are wonderfully polite and helpful.
It was a pleasure to stay.
- 15 Jun 2016Mill Farm Country Park Anonymous guest
We just spent three nights at Mill Farm, it is a truly lovely site, quiet and peaceful.
Plenty of room, washrooms spotless and hot showers.
The lady who runs the site was very welcoming and helpful.
Good site for exploring the east coast and close to shops and pub.
A shortish walk to the beach but access down scary steps through the park resorts caravan site at the bottom of the road.
Safe for kids at the camp site with a big play field.
- 27 Mar 2016Mill Farm Country Park Anonymous guest
Tracey Macfarlane Parton
It was a pleasure and a privilege to be the first guests in Mill Farms first shepherds hut.
A cross between a Romany caravan and a seaside hut is probably best way to describe it but no expense has been spared on this, it looks good from the outside - and even better on the inside, very tastefully decorated and furnished.
It has inside headroom of almost seven feet which gives it a very roomy feel, a custom made "Welsh dresser type" kitchen area consisting of fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, crockery, cutlery, glassware as well as other kitchen utensils all of which are top quality. There is a wardrobe with coat hangers and shelving below.
One of the most comfortable Queen sized bed you will ever sleep in which also has cavernous storage beneath in the form of two large drawers and well worth the few extra shillings to have the duvet and very comfy pillow set.
There is a table for two which is hinged to the side of the hut and folds down when not used along with two folding chairs with stowage giving free space more than a caravan of the same berth.
The hut is very well insulated and also has double glazing so the oil filled heater does more than a good job even on the most chilly nights, its also very stable and doesn`t rock when walking about inside.
Its well worth the money, well worth a visit go go ahead and "fill yer boots"
- 06 Apr 2014Mill Farm Country Park Anonymous guest