Richmond Hargill House Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated at the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales, the site has 61 hardstanding, gently sloping pitches (some seasonal) all with electricity 16 amp. The site is just 5 miles from the ancient town of Richmond. There you will find the 100 feet high keep of the ruined Norman Castle which is now the home of the Green Howards Museum. Its location means that it is an ideal stopover site for those travelling north or south. Hargill offers the opportunity to see many of the locations used within James Herriot's novels, with your own eyes. The site is also the area where our greatest landscape artist, J M W Turner, travelled, painted and found the subjects for some of his most unforgettable watercolours.
The area offers transport links, with a bus service into Darlington and Richmond. The site is also well placed to visit the city of Durham, with iconic cathedral and picturesque location, and vibrant Newcastle, which offers great shopping and lots of places to eat and drink along the Quayside.
N.B. Non-members may join on site and make a substantial saving on pitch fees, please speak to site staff for more details and to check pitch availability before arrival.