York Rowntree Park Caravan Club Site – CAMC

, in York

Address: Terry Avenue, York, North Yorkshire, YO23 1JQ

Phone: 01342 327490

Email: uksitesbookingservice@camc.com

Visit York Rowntree Park Caravan Club Site – CAMC Website

Description

Due to the construction of a new hotel on the land adjacent to our site, there will be some disruption and noise whilst this work takes place. We apologise for any inconvenience caused but this is beyond The Club’s control.

A popular holiday destination, York Rowntree Park Club Site offers level pitches located on the banks of the River Ouse. Some pitches have attractive hedging and glades which provide not only a scenic treat but also ensure your privacy. The caravan park is within easy walking distance of the beautiful and historic city of York and also makes for an excellent base from which to explore the Yorkshire area. York itself has so much to see and do that you’ll find the time can slip by all too easily. Using a pedestrian gate at the back of the site leads you to a parade of local shops, including a fantastic fish and chip shop with cafe, Indian and Thai restaurants and numerous takeaways as well as a selection of Cafe’s, food and convenience shops.

Although the site is near to the city centre, it is peaceful and has a lovely rural feel, with pleasant walks down the side of the river to the Millennium Bridge and more. York Rowntree Park Club Site is ideal for those wishing to visit York Minster – the largest gothic cathedral in northern Europe. Do include a walk to the city’s medieval walls and the Shambles to get a feel of the old city with its medieval timber framed houses. You may also stumble across Snickelways of York which is a collection of small street and footpaths. Why not walk down Whip-ma-whop-ma-gate: a street of historical interest which is the shortest street in York with the longest name. Whilst staying at York Rowntree Park why not call in at the many real ale pubs, The York Dungeons, Jorvik Viking Centre and take a time-car, which will transport you back to the city’s distant past. Should you have any budding archaeologists in the family, visit the ARC at St Saviours Church and train enthusiasts of all ages won’t want to miss the award-winning National Railway Museum.

Facilities

  • Disabled Access
  • On-Site Parking
  • Pets Accepted
  • Child Friendly