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Our Club Site at Scarborough lies just north of the Victorian seaside town after which it is named. It is the ideal base for exploring the many cliffs and beaches of Yorkshires coast, while inland you will find the spectacular North York Moors.
The beach is a 15-minute cliff-top walk from the Club Site, while the town of Scarborough is three miles away. It has two sandy bays, divided by the castle headland.
The North Bay is popular with surfers, while the harbour and donkeys are in the South Bay.
Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary is a 20-minute walk from the site, where you can go beneath a Caribbean reef and enter the world of magnificent sea turtles.
Scarborough Castle is home to one of England's first cricket grounds.
Staintondale is to the north. Llama treks go across the moors or along the coast.
The Shire Horse Farm has live shows and a smuggling museum. For more information please visit our website.
Ready Camp Glamping
We have glamping tents on this campsite. Our Ready Camp tents are ready for when you arrive. Walk in to a comfortable 2-bedroom haven perfect for family and friends, with cosy furnishings and little luxuries. Sleeps up to 6 people comfortably (4 adults max) with beds, sofa, dining area and kitchen. For more information please visit our website.
Member price from: £8.35 per person per night
The North Yorkshire Moors National Park is perfect for ramblers and cyclists, and contains 11 abbeys and priories.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway claims to be the country's most popular heritage railway and runs from Pickering to Grosmont (moors.uk.net).
The site is ten minutes' walk from the Cleveland Way National Trail.
A traffic-free cycle path passes close to the site on the way to Whitby.
Whitby has a pretty harbour and cobbled streets. It is dominated by the ruins of St Hilda's Abbey.
Robin Hood's Bay was once popular with smugglers.
It is now good for fossil-hunting. Walk along the cliffs to Ravenscar and a geological trail taking in old alum quarries.
The facilities shown on this website are a guide only, and you should check with the campsite direct before making any booking. The UKCampsite.co.uk will not be held responsible for any errors or omissions