Knaresborough has now reopened following exciting redevelopment. There's a brand new bistro, The Wanderer, and we've added more toilet and shower facilities. Access to the site has also been improved, service points and motor home waste points upgraded, and 19 grass pitches converted to all weather surfaces. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
The Knaresborough Club Site is set in Lower Nidderdale and serves as a perfect gateway to the Yorkshire Dales and the many attractions of the North of England. The caravan park is surrounded by mature trees and hedges and on fine days it is sunny yet well sheltered. Throughout the season, you can take advantage of the bar, restaurant and take away food on site, and kids will enjoy the play area - brand new in 2016.
The historic market town of Knaresborough is within easy access of Knaresborough Club Site and boasts a nostalgic town crier, ancient walkways, atmospheric castle ruins, cobbled alleys and secret passages that lead to picturesque tea rooms, delightful restaurants and quaint traditional pubs.
The central market is home to the weekly Wednesday market which is still famous for its locally prepared lavender water. Summer activities include the annual Bed Race in June and Knaresborough Festival in August. This caravan park has it all: boating on the River Nidd, scenic walks, excellent dog walk nearby, tennis and pitch 'n' putt - all in all a family destination likely to prove a winner throughout the season. Don't miss beautiful Ripley Castle, the old Court House Museum, magical Mother Shipton's Cave and Petrifying Well.
Knaresborough Festival Petrifying Well Water Bag Bank Old Court House Museum RHS Garden Harlow Carr Ripley Castle Mother Shipton's Cave Newby Hall Lightwater Valley Theme Park Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden Ripon Cathedral
Care required for larger outfits through Knaresborough. Leave the A1 at junction 47 onto the A59 (signposted Knaresborough, Harrogate). In 2.25 miles at the roundabout turn right onto the A59 (signposted Knaresborough). Continue through Knaresborough. In 1.25 miles at the T-junction with traffic lights continue left on the A59 (signposted Harrogate) and immediately right at traffic lights onto the B6165 (signposted Ripon, Pateley Bridge). In about 1.5 miles turn right into New Road (signposted Farnham). The Site is on the right in 50 yards. Please note: ignore the first turning to Farnham and Scotton if approaching from Ripley.
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