Highgate Howe Holiday Home Park is a beautiful owner-occupied caravan park offering panoramic views out across the North York Moors National Park. The park is family run and prides itself on its clean and quiet surroundings, and is one of the most 'in demand' holiday parks in Yorkshire.
Highgate Howe offers access to a range of opportunities for exploring and discovering the surrounding area, whether guests are looking to enjoy walks in the country, fossil hunting, woodland pursuits, or a day by the coast. There is plenty to do down by the coast, with the seas calm enough for paddling and swimming on most days, while rock pooling and net fishing is always fun for children. On windier days, adults can often enjoy windsurfing and regular surfing, depending on the waves.
Getting around the local area is easy, and while the country roads are all easily accessible in the car, many guests choose to walk or cycle across the North York Moors, depending on what they’re planning to do. Keen cyclists can pick up the Cinder Path cycle trail, which runs from Whitby to Scarborough, and also allows exploration of the quaint towns and villages found elsewhere on the coast. Walkers can enjoy the Cleveland Way coastal path, which offers miles of trails and incredible views across the countryside and out to sea.
Other activities that all members of the family can enjoy around the area include geocaching and pony trekking, while guests looking to spend a day relaxing and possibly in their own company will find plenty of places for fishing and enjoying a round of golf.
Guests wanting to head into Whitby will find a range of great attractions and things to do. Whitby Abbey is available for those looking for heritage and culture, while the town also boasts a great range of shops, as well as a leisure centre, cinema, and much more. As well as visiting Whitby Abbey, guests can enjoy Saint Mary’s Church, the seafront piers, and the famous 199 Steps down to the beach. Whitby’s seafront is one of the best in the UK, with amusements, fish and chip restaurants, and plenty of places to pick up an ice cream and candy floss.
Away from the immediate surround of the park and Whitby there is even more to discover. The Go Ape attraction is found at the southern border of the North York Moors, while coast lovers can spend days exploring Scarborough, Bridlington, and the other thriving locations found by the sea.
Inland, a trip to York is a must for anyone interested in history. The city offers attractions both old and new, with the Jorvik Viking Centre, York Dungeon, and York Castle Museum among the amazing places to visit. Flamingo Land and Lightwater Valley are also close by for anyone looking for a theme park to take the kids to, while there is much more to be discovered by adventurous guests who are happy to jump in the car and explore.
Highgate Howe Holiday Home Park is a brilliant choice to make if you'd like to buy yourself a holiday caravan in Yorkshire and enjoy unlimited caravan holidays near Whitby.
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Whitby, with its quaint old cobbled streets and picturesque houses standing on the steep slopes of the River Esk is dominated by its cliff top Abbey. The Viking City of York with its many museums and shops
Eden Camp War Museum near Malton
Pony grooming at Staintondale Shire Horse Farm
Heartbeat Country and the village of Adensfield
The rugged splendour of the North Yorkshire Moors
North York Moors Steam Railway at Pickering
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