York Meadows Caravan Park at Sheriff Hutton is set in an idyllic location surrounded by rolling farmland, nestled in the stunning and tranquil splendour of the Howardian Hills and Vale of York.
Situated in a perfect area to explore the hustle and bustle of the Historic City of York, or perhaps visit one of the greatest private residences in Britain, Castle Howard Stately Home just 5 miles for the park. Not to mention Coastal areas which have something to offer for all the family, or get away from it all and get back to nature, exploring the North Yorkshire Moors full of magnificent scenery. With a network of public footpaths nearby such as the Ebor Way, Wold Way and Centenary Way, this is a truly a sensational area to discover, full of natural outstanding beauty offering unforgettable walks.
The Park is set on the outskirts of Sheriff Hutton. Sheriff Hutton is a village full of unique character with the Castle Ruins dominating the village skyline. The Castle has links with numerous people including Richard III. The village is a short walk away from the park, meaning there is easy access to pubs and shops.
Tucked away along a private lane, it offers hard standing, grass and super pitches for motorhomes/touring and seasonal caravans. The park has an exclusive area of new and used Holiday Homes For Sale.
Please enquire now to book your holiday or find out more about holiday homes for sale in York at York Meadows.
(all charges are per night)
Extra adult (15 years and over) £4.50
Extra child (4 years - under 15 years) £3.00
Porch awning/sun canopy/tent extension £2.00
Extra car/visitors' cars/day or part day off site parking £4.00
Dogs (for all pitches - max 2) FREE
When booking a tent please give dimensions/shape.
Pitches with electric - no gazebos. Max of 6 persons per pitch.
Seasonal pitches and storage compound rates available from office.
All vans are parked and stored at owners risk.
DirectionsFROM SOUTH A1(M) : Leave motorway at junction 45. Join A64 to York/Scarborough. Continue on this road for approximately 23 miles (past York, heading for Malton). Turn left, signposted FLAXTON/SHERIFF HUTTON. At West Lilling turn left for Strensall. Site entrance opposite next junction.
Close by there are a number of abbeys, castles, stately homes, historic houses, museums and staff workshops to visit, so put theses on your ‘where to go list’;
Abbeys of Rievaulx, Byland, Ampleforth, Fountains and Whitby
Castles at Sheriff Hutton, Helmsley, Pickering, Richmond, and Scarborough
Stately Homes & Historic Houses of Castle Howard, Newby Hall, Newburgh Priory, and the National trust properties of Nunnington Hall, Beningbrough Hall and Rievaulx Terrace and Temples
Cathedral of York and Ripon
Lavender Farm at Terrington
Museums of James Herriot (Thirsk), Eden Camp (Malton) Beck Isle (Pickering), Ryedale Folk Museum (Hutton-le-Hole).
North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway (Pickering to Grosmont)
Dalby Forest Drive and ‘Go Ape’ adventure course (Nr Thornton-le-Dale)
Family Walks and Long Distant Path, Ebor, Centenary and Wold Way
The attraction of this part of Yorkshire lies not only in its beautiful countryside but also in its wealth of places to visit. There are opportunities in the area to take part in a wide range of activities and sites to see such as; fishing, shopping, bowling, golf, adventure parks, castles, abbeys and stately homes.
Sheriff Hutton is a lovely village to visit, with a fantastic pub, The Highwayman Inn, a country pub with a warm welcome, serving delicious homemade food using local produce. Or if you fancy something quick, easy, to eat in the caravan or tent, we not get your food delivered using the local takeaway Pizza World. Fish and Chips are a winner most families, and a great British Meal, so why not try the award winning Thompsons Fish Restaurant and Takeaway on Malton Road.
Steeped in History, with its cobbled streets, and beautiful old buildings, York is a must see. With attractions such as the York Dungeon, York Railway Museum, Castle Museum, Jorvik Centre and York Minister, it is sure to be a day that won’t be forgotten. The Shambles are such an iconic feature of York, leading it to be well-known all over the Country. Filled with numerous shops, the market, cafes, restaurants, and pubs serving lunch and evening meals, it is easy to spend the day there.
On the outskirts of York you have Monks Cross Shopping Centre, The Designer Outlet and Clifton Moor, which offers more shopping and family entertainment. Clifton Moor is home to a cinema and a bowling complex, as well as restaurants, takeaways and pubs.
For those wet days, when walking across the North Yorkshire Moors, playing in the park or shopping in York aren’t ideal, there are plenty of indoor activities. There are a number of Indoor Play Parks such as Wacky Warehouse, Creepy Crawlies, The Farmers Cart and Play Dale Farm. The Sites are filled with numerous activities to keep the children entertained and refreshments on site. Or perhaps you don’t mind water, in which case you and your family would love to visit Water World not far from York Meadows. There are some great fun parks to visit like Flamingo Land, and Lightwater Valley.
There are golf greens surrounding the park such as Sandburn Hall, which offers other activities also, York Golf Club, Fulford Golf Club, Easingwold Golf Club and Ampleforth Golf Club. Fishing is also a popular sport and can be done locally at Pottery Pond, Birkdale Farm, and Brickyard Farm Lakes.
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