Caravan Sites, Caravan Parks and Campsites in North Yorkshire

The largest county in the UK, Yorkshires history helped make it the county it is today, from the Danish Vikings invasion to the War of the Roses (Yorkshires emblem is the white rose of the English royal House of York), Yorkshire is a beautiful, historic and fascinating place to take your caravan or motorhome.

North Yorkshire is one of England's largest county and one of the most rural. Explore time away from the caravan by getting some fresh air in the Yorkshire countryside, nicknamed ‘God’s Own Country’, with its rambling moors, nature reserves and wildlife trusts. North Yorkshire is the perfect place for caravanners looking to get some fresh air in their lungs and achy feet – the walking here is among the best in England. From the Yorkshire Dales, with the patchwork of dry stone walls, lush greenery and pretty villages to the coastline, where you can marvel at Victorian grandeur at the coast, walkers are in abundance here; maybe due to the fact that ramblers flock to the moors to walk footpaths and tracks with outstanding natural beauty mothered in heathers.

Wander round the numerous English Heritage, National Trust and other attractions like Middleham (notable because Richard III of England spent his childhood there), Scarborough, Allerton Castle and Castle Howard for the day before returning to the caravan site for a well deserved cup of tea.

At the centre of Yorkshire is York, an old Roman walled city offers caravanners the chance to see York Minister, the largest gothic cathedral in the whole of Northern Europe, York Castle, JORVIK Viking museum and the National Railway Museum which houses the infamous 4472 Flying Scotsman and the fastest steam locomotive, LNER 4468 Mallard.

Map of Caravan Sites and Caravan Parks in North Yorkshire