Bainbridge Ings Country Park
England, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Hawes
- +44 1969 667354
Alan Rogers Review
Formerly known as Bainbridge Camping & Caravan Site, Bainbridge Ings Country Park is situated in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, just outside the market town of Hawes. The basic amenity block is kept to a high standard and the hot showers (small fee charged) are good. A separate washing up facility is available, as is a laundry with coin operated washing machines & dryers. There is no shop on site, but it's only a short walk into the town. The site is currently adding a number of glamping style pods with en-suite facilities. Lodge style accommodation is also available.
Hot showers, Washing up facilities, Chemical disposal point, Dogs welcome, Gas bottle exchange.
Approaching Hawes from the East on the A684, turn left at the sign post marked Gayle. The Park is 300 metres on the left. If travelling from the M6, leave the motorway at Junction 36 (Kirkby Lonsdale) A65 and head to Ingleton, then take the B6255 to Hawes. Take A684 through Hawes and turn right after cemetery, this is a wider road than the A684 from Sedbergh.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N54 18 3||W2 11 9|