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Ripley Caravan Park is situated adjacent to the delightfully quiet village of Ripley, two miles north of Harrogate. The pleasantly landscaped site has been designed by a family with many years experience of caravanning to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
The facilities are purpose built to high standards and include a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, nursery room, games room and outdoor adventure playground. WIFI is available to purchase throughout the Park. The whole site is level and spacious with generous hard standing, grass pitches and full service sites.
The leisure block comprises of a heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, games room with digital television, nursery playroom and a well stocked shop with all your basic essentials through to Yorkshire produce. There is also a children's adventure playground and football area for those sunny days.
The toilet and shower facilities are located centrally within the Park with free showers, ample wash basins, toilets, razor points and baby bath. There is a special room for disabled guests with its own specialized facilities.
The laundry room has sinks, a washing machine and dryer as well as an ironing board. There are covered and open outside wash up sinks with free hot water and chemical toilet disposal point.
The touring pitches are spacious and level. All pitches have electric a mix of hard and grass pitches. Fully serviced pitches are also available.
Holiday Homes and Seasonal pitches available.
The village of Ripley is idyllic, with a cobbled Market Square, Parish Church and Village Stocks, rows of quaint cottages, lots of interesting little shops and an old coaching inn. All this is dominated by the famous Ripley Castle. Harrogate is a natural spa town where the waters were discovered 400 years ago. The shopping is outstanding with a first class range of boutiques and shops, including Betty's tea room. Knaresborough is just four miles away and has an impressive viaduct over the spectacular gorge cut out by the river Nidd, which is overlooked by a Norman Castle. Old Mother Shipton was born here 500 years ago and you can now visit her cave and petrifying well. The Roman city of York is just 30 minutes drive and is a must for all visitors. York boasts over two miles of city walls, which circle the famous York Minster.