England, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Wensleydale
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- Start March - Mid November.
Alan Rogers Review of Akebar Park
Akebar Park is a family-friendly park near Leyburn with 18-hole golf course on site within 20 minutes' drive of Richmond Castle and Jervaulx Abbey. Also on site is the lovely-looking stone-built Friar's Head pub and restaurant serving bar lunches and evening meals, beer garden and blazing log fire. For golf fans it also has an 18-hole course on site. The park sits between the historic houses, museums and ancient landscapes of the North York Moors and Dales national parks. The touring field has toilets and showers, washing up areas, chemical waste disposal facilities, onsite shop with basic supplies, and larger supermarkets are located within just a 10-minute drive from Akebar. The site has 175 pitches of which 46 are hardstanding/grass touring pitches with electric hook-up point (some seasonal). The rest are occupied by privately owned mobile homes. N.B. The site does not accept tents.
Facilities at Akebar Park
The toilet block has showers washbasins and wc’s. Accessible sanitary facilities. Parent and baby room. Laundry. Chemical toilet point. Dishwashing area. Bar. Restaurant. Takeaway. Children’s play area. Shop. Wi-Fi free. Freezer for ice packs. Dogs and BBQ’s allowed. Fishing, Golf and Riding nearby.
Directions to Akebar Park
Leave the A1 at the Leeming Bar Junction 51. Follow signs for and Leyburn, over the new Bedale bypass. At the roundabout take the second exit to Leyburn onto A684. Continue on the A684 to pass through the villages Crakehall and Patrick Brompton. Once leaving Patrick Brompton, the site is a further one and a half miles on the left.
Leave the M6 at junction 37, then turn right onto the A684 (signposted Kendal, Sedbergh, A684). Stay on A684, pass through Hawes and head towards Leyburn. On entering Leyburn, at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the A684 (signposted Northallerton). The site is then five miles out of Leyburn on the A684 road. After passing through Constable Burton, a further one mile on the right. This route is scenic but hilly with narrow roads.
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