Wykeham Estate, Wykeham, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire. YO13 9QD
16 February – 15 January
From £19.00 (2 adults, pitch, electric)
Accessed direct from the main A170 road, a private road winds around to the reception area and there is a late night arrivals park with electrical hook-ups. This is a well-maintained large 36-acre site, divided into terraces with tree screening creating smaller and more intimate areas. Tarmac roads lead around this well landscaped park, all but twenty of the pitches have electric hook-ups and are on level grass and generous in size.
Seasonal pitches are available and there are low season discounts, together with a large winter storage compound. There are an additional two fields devoted to tent campers.
First-class facilities include heated amenity blocks with bathrooms, baby care units, spacious showers and some individual privacy cubicles and hair care units. A launderette, well-stocked shop and cafe, offering breakfasts and hearty meals, alongside daily essentials, free Wi-Fi and well-stocked tourist information centre. The reception area has friendly staff and stocks certain caravan requirements, as well as Calor gas.
Children have a large outdoor play area with safe equipment, plus full size playing field for ball games. The caravan park provides easy access to many great cycling areas, including Dalby Forest and the Tour de Yorkshire routes. Course and trout fishing, alongside SUP boarding and kayaking, is available nearby on the fishing and leisure lakes.
Limited facilities are available during winter, well-behaved dogs are welcome and have a three-acre exercise field. A private woodland walk leads to Wykeham village and a beautifully restored 18th century coaching inn, offering good food and traditional ales should the chef need a night off!
The safe, sandy beaches of Scarborough are a short drive away, while St Helens makes an ideal base to explore the outstanding natural beauty of the area.
Wykeham Estate, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire
Me and my fiancé visited for 2 nights in October, 26th-28th. We booked through Wowcher and got a cracking deal, £49 for two nights in one of the huts. Yes it is basic BUT if you come equipped it is...
We are staying on this site now. Site clean although toilet/shower block needs modernising, very dated. The free wifi is non existent, cafe not open but there is a lovely pub/ restaurant within a few...
This is definitely not a five star site, good points is it the fact it's local to Scarborough. Bad points the free WiFi is terrible at best, we have four devices and cannot with any of them, when...