York Touring Caravan
Site, Towthorpe Moor Lane, Towthorpe, York. YO32 9ST
The city of York is located between the
Dales and the Moors. This medieval city traces
its ancestors through the fine selection of
historical buildings that span the ages. One of
the most dramatic sites is York Minster, the
largest Gothic church in Northern Europe, dated
from 1220; the Minster has the largest
collection of medieval stained glass in Britain.
The Shambles, one of the best-preserved medieval
streets in Europe, can also be found in this
city. The Jorvik Viking Centre illustrated a
time when York was a strategic Viking town. The cobbled streets
are full of unique shopping and souvenir opportunities.
listings of what to do and see in York visit
the official York Tourist Information site
Yorkshire has much to offer those on a
caravanning holiday, the North York Moors
National Park offers 1,400 square kilometres of
unspoilt heather moor-land and forty two
kilometres of coastline . The traditional
seaside resorts of Scarborough and Filey are
only a short drive.
York’s tradition of colourful festivals, dates back to Medieval
times and with an exciting programme across the whole year,
catering for all ages and interests, you are never far away from
an unforgettable day out.
Our beautiful parks and quaint
cobbled streets provide a stunning backdrop for citywide
celebrations. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing day of live
music in the sunshine or an enchanting winter wonderland filled
with ice sculptures and snow, York has something for you.
will not be opening in 2018 as we have now closed the caravan site as we
ease ourselves into retirement.