The very best of coastal and country…so near to major attractions yet idyllically peaceful… this is Cayton Village Caravan Park.
A leafy setting, in the shadow of Cayton Village Church, with its buildings constructed in mellow tones to blend with the natural surroundings, provides acres of beautifully planned space for touring caravans, tents and motorhomes.
Luxurious facilities, adventure playground & recreation field, site shop, dog walk, bus service at park entrance. Hard Standing Pitches on The Laurels include 16A electric, awning, water, drainage, WiFi + TV hook up. We also have Supersites, hardstanding and grass pitches. All of our tent pitches include electric (9m by 6m for tent, canopies and guy ropes).
Stroll past the church on a short walk to the village, across the road is the Star Inn serving bar meals, a fish shop and Post Office, Cayton also has a welcoming cricket club with playground.
Walk the other way, just ten minutes to Cayton Bay and you pass the Tow Bar on route, serving food and drinks with an outdoor playground. Dog Friendly Cayton Bay is a beautiful sandy beach with rock pools for playing and exploration. Cayon Bay has also been voted one of the best areas in the country for surfing.
We are open from the 1st March to the 4th November.
The park offers seasonal pitches, storage for caravans on a short-term basis during low season and winter storage facilities as well as a touring caravan sales service.
Local tourist attractions:
Cayton Village Caravan Park is close to many unique places you’ll never forget . . .
Scarborough, only three miles away, is built around its mighty headland topped with the castle overlooking bays both north and south, offering a wealth of shopping and entertainment.
... Filey at four miles an unspoilt haven in a busy world. Filey Bay, ideal for youngsters, and the rockey grandeur of Filey Brigg is famous for its geology and wildlife.
... Bridlington some fourteen miles away with its award-winning beaches, a prom you can stroll for miles and a harbour that’s been around for 900 years.
Whitby, Robin Hoods Bay, Staithes, Runswick Bay, North Yorkshire Moors and The Yorkshire Wolds are all within easy reach.