Boroughbridge Camping And Caravanning Club Site
North Yorkshire (Browse area)
YO51 9LS See Map
Tel: 01423 322683
Open: Open All Year
Tents Caravans Motorhomes Statics for Hire Statics on Sale
"A peaceful welcome in North Yorkshire"
Members and non-members welcome. Open all year round.
Just off the A1(M), Boroughbridge Club Site is perfect for those driving up or down the country. It is also peaceful for longer stays - ideal for fishing, sailing or simply relaxing next to the river.
The market town of Boroughbridge is a short walk from Site. Its main street has fine buildings from its time as a coaching stop. It also has a supermarket and several places to eat out, alongside specialist shops.
There is a small children's play area for under-tens on Site. The Site's recreation hall has a pool table and a television.
Available to buy or buy-to-let on this site are our stunning Exclusive Lodges. For more information, visit the website or call 0844 770 6860.
There is a good Butcher, Greenwoods, in Boroughbridge along with a greengrocer who sells local produce. A Farm Shop is on the Ripon Road.
Some all-weather all-service pitches available. There may be restrictions on the availability of pitches and use of awnings due to the possibility of flooding, seek advice from the Holiday Site Manager. Towcars to stay on Site overnight.
Fishing is available from this Site except during the closed season (mid March to mid June). Current Environment Agency rod licence is required before fishing can commence. Catch roach, perch, dace, pike, chub or even trout or grayling.
Ripon - the Cathedral City of the Dales - is six miles away.
Harrogate is accessible by bus from outside the Site. Predominantly Georgian in architecture, it is known as England's floral town.
Newby Hall is one of England's finest Adam Houses. It has an Adventure Garden for children.
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden form a World Heritage Site with many historic buildings.
Knaresborough - south of Boroughbridge - has a castle. The town is on a crag-top on a gorge of the River Nidd.
The Ryedale Folk Museum includes an 1850s fire engine and an Edwardian photographic studio.
Isirium is a Roman town at Aldborough. See the remains of the Roman walls and the fine mosaic floors of a villa.
Visit The Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
Site Location Map ( Click here to see all sites within 10 miles of this location )
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
Nearest English Heritage Visitor Attractions
Aldborough Roman Site - 1.26 miles from site Click here for details
St Marys Church - 7.13 miles from site Click here for details
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