Opened in 2004, this park is located along the top of the Yorkshire Wolds with super panoramic views across the Vale of Pickering to the North Yorks Moors. The one and a half mile tarmac and gravel track from the road to the park is well worth while to reach this peaceful location set amongst glorious countryside. There are 80 level pitches (just 25 for touring units), most with 16A electricity and some with water points. Seating areas, picnic benches and barbecues are provided on the park. There are many footpaths and cycle ways in the area.
As well as the obvious attractions of walking the Wolds Way National Trail, the park is well placed for visiting all the local attractions which include Scarborough, Bridlington, Sledmere House and Scampston Hall.