Lower Wensleydale Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Leyburn
- +44 1969 623366
- 15 March - 4 November
Alan Rogers Review
Lower Wensleydale Caravan and Motorhome Club site is set within the sheltered hollow of a disused quarry that is now overrun with a vast array of wild flowers, mosses and mature trees. The site is managed on behalf of the owners and offers varied pitching areas, each one guaranteed to bring you that one step closer to the beauty of our country's natural splendours. Ducks and rabbits roam the site freely and a special area is set aside on site for tents. The site is also in the perfect spot to watch the local steam trains pass by. The site has 91 mainly hardstanding pitches, some seasonal, all with electricity 16amp.
Leyburn is situated close by and is a thriving market town with a large variety of stalls to browse each Friday. It also boasts regular antique sales and is home to The Little Chocolate Shop where you can tour the factory. Travel a little further afield and you will reach Richmond, the heart of North Yorkshire and a bustling market town. Situated within the Yorkshire Dales National Park is the White Scar Cave, where you can marvel at the natural beauty of the caves whilst enjoying the longest cave tour in Britain. This is also wonderful walking and dog walking country.
A single toilet block provides accessible facilities. Laundry. Showers. Wash basins. Dish washing. Motorhome service point. Chemical toilet point. Gas sales. No children’s play area. Wi-Fi hot spot, charged. BBQs allowed gas, electric & charcoal. Defibrillator. TV reception fair. Information room. Pets allowed. Dog walk. Twin axle caravans accepted. No Late night arrivals area. Bus stop 400 metres. Co-Op 1.5 miles. Tents allowed. Earliest time of arrival 12 noon. Maximum outfit length 8.5 metres. Caravan storage.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. From East on A684: turn right about 0.75 mile past railway bridge with traffic lights and just before the Pheasant Inn at Harmby. Cross the railway bridge, immediately turn left and follow signs to the site entrance. From West on A684: turn left just past the Pheasant Inn at Harmby; then as above. The route from M6 junction 37 via Sedbergh is not advised, being narrow in places. The immediate approach road to the site is narrow, with steep blind bends (look for traffic mirrors on bends).Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N54 18 30||W1 48 35|