Subject to Covid restrictions we are taking bookings - see our opening dates below. Subject to clarification from Government our toilets and showers may be closed between 12/04 and 17/05 - please contact us for further details.
With 30 tent pitches now 10 each pitch at the moment has its designated toilet and shower. How Stean is a great place to meet up and spend time with family and friends. How Stean Gorge is the perfect base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. There is plenty of space in the camp site area for playing games on the grassy slopes and having fun. At night, the moon and stars are your only light so please bring a torch! This campsite is at How Stean Gorge so you will have 50% off admition price to access the gorge at any time. The gorge is flood light at night. Wander along the footpaths, negotiate the wobbly bridges and venture through caves. As you make your way along the spectacular steep-sided gorge, water rushes over large rocks, constantly carving them into fantastic shapes. Fossils from a bygone age are there for you to discover and wildlife is in abundance throughout the seasons.
Outdoor Activities How Stean have great outdoor activities, fun for all the family. For the adrenaline junkies out there, we have selected some of our top activities to create amazing outdoor adventure packages.
Such as Gorge Walking, Caving, Canoeing, High Ropes Course & Canyoning.
Licensed Cafe open until 10pm Friday & saturday. Fresh, home-made Yorkshire fare is served within the cafe. The summer opening hours for the cafe is 10am till 6pm week days. Last orders for food are taken at 5 oclock however, we can take groups of 10 people or over for early evening meals if booked in advance. During the summer school holiday the cafe is open for breakfast from 9am on Saturdays and Sundays.
Live Weather Station. Please view live weather at our How Stean Gorge weather station. http://www.mylocalweather.org.uk/uppernidderdale/how-stean-gorge.php
Both Local villages in walking distance have pubs,and the small market town of Pateley Bridge is just 11 miles down the road. The area is well serviced with footpaths and open access land exists on the nearby moors.The camp site is at the head of beautiful upper Nidderdale which is in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
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