Robin Hood Caravan Park
England, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Slingsby
- +44 1653 628391
- 1 March - 31 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Slingsby is a small village on the B1257 in North Yorkshire, some six miles west of the popular market town of Malton. There is easy access to sandy beaches, wild moorland, historic houses and cities. Robin Hood’s 30 gravel and grass touring pitches are all fully serviced and include 16A electricity connections. A grass tent field has some pitches with electricity. There is a significant number of statics here as well as some fully equipped rental caravans. This site is ideally placed for discovering the delights of North Yorkshire, including the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway, the quaint village of Robin Hood’s Bay and the historic city of York.
One heated sanitary block with free hot showers, individual cubicles, shaver points and hairdryer. Washing machines and dryers. Small shop for essentials (limited opening). Playground. Treasure trail. Raised barbecues are permitted. WiFi (charged).
LocationFrom south, take M1/A1 via York to Barton Hill. Turn left and follow signs to Slingsby via Castle Howard. At crossroads in Slingsby, turn right and campsite is on the right. NB: do not rely on sat nav as this will take you to the wrong entrance to the park. Use main entrance on B1257, NOT Green Dyke Lane. Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N54 9 53||W0 55 42|