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Opening Dates: March To October
A delightfully peaceful campsite set just a 15 minute picturesque walk to Filey and the beach. The site is a perfect place to relax and we aim to make all our visitors feel welcome and comfortable.
We are a small family owned site that is maintained to the highest standards including the toilet and shower blocks and of course the site itself. Our on-site shop stocks the basics that you may need during your break and larger supermarkets can be found just down the road in Filey.
Other on-site facilities include: laundry, waste disposal point, washing up area, electric hook-ups (10 amp max), gas sales, battery charging, shaving points, ice packs, children's play area and a dog walk.
All-weather pitches for large tents Hard standing pitches for caravans and motorhomes
Tents: We offer 10 electric tent pitches and 48 non electric tent pitches. We have a combination of all-weather pitches and grass pitches which are spread between 3 camping fields. All of our pitches are well spaced and individually marked. Please note that the maximum sized tent that we allow is an 8 berth.
Caravans; Centenary Way Camping and Caravan Park can cater for 25 caravans on hard standing pitches with electric hook-up. Our pitches are laid out in 5 horseshoe shaped bays which are landscaped. All our pitches are well spaced and have a gravel standing for awnings.
Motorhomes: We can cater for 35 motorhomes on hard standing pitches with electric. We also offer non electric pitches on hard standing
There's a selection of good pubs, shops, takeaways and restaurants all within walking distance, so once you are here there is no need to use the car, just experience the countryside and the charm of Filey on foot.
The Fairy Tea Garden - our very own tea garden, where you can get a host of hot and cold refreshments and snacks - great after a long walk!
In Filey you will find the following - Sailing, Surfing, walking, golf and crazy golf, bird watching, boating lake, gardens, amusements, museum and childrens rides.
It is only 6 miles to Scarborough and 10 miles to Bridlington which offers a variety of family activities. A half hour drive will take you to the famous North Yorkshire Railway and Heartbeat Country.
Leave the A1(m) onto the A64, keep on this for approx 50 miles. Turn right onto the A165 and leave at the first roundabout onto the A1039, Muston Road. Take first turning on right (200 yards past roundabout) onto an unamed lane. Follow the lane right to the very end where you will automatically drive into the site (signed Centenary Way).
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