We are a family-run caravan and camp site on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, a mile from the centre of the historic market town of Kirkby Stephen. We sit at the midway point of the Coast to Coast route and are only a short drive from both the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales National Park and the North Pennines, meaning that there are lots of walks and cycle routes nearby catering for all tastes. We are less than a mile from Kirkby Stephen Station which sits on the famous Settle to Carlisle route.
The Park inhabits a historical railway goods yard and still has a few subtle hints to its history on site including our newly opened Engine Shed bar. We have a small playground for the young ones, free wifi (for the older ones!), a small essentials shop in reception, a covered washing-up area, a launderette and washrooms with free hot showers and disabled facilities.
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|Room / Unit Type
|Room / Unit Tariff*
|£12.50 per person per night
|Large family tent on grass
|£32.00 per pitch per night
|Mountain Pod (Large, sleeps 5)
|£50.00 per person per night
|Mountain Pod (Small, sleeps 4)
|£45.00 per person per night
|Small tent pitch (w/ Electric Hookup)
|£28.00 per pitch per night
|£32.00 per touring pitch per night normally for one car and 2 people
*Pricing is based on an occupancy of 2 people (excluding Backpackers), and varies between High and Low season. Check our website for the most accurate pricing.
|Open Early March - Early November (4 Mar 2024 - 6 Nov 2024)
This information is self-assessed; therefore we accept no liability for its accuracy. Please contact the venue for further information.
We are conveniently located for both M6 and A66.
From M6 Motorway – take J38, then follow A685 (signposted Kirkby Stephen) for approx. 11 miles. On entering Kirkby Stephen you will cross the old railway bridge, we are the first right after this.
From A66 (Penrith to Scotch Corner/A1) – Leave A66 at Brough, follow A685 (signposted Kirkby Stephen) for approx. 5 miles. As you come towards the end of town look for a left turning onto Station Road (signposted Pennine View).
The local train station (Kirkby Stephen) is approx a 10 minute walk from site, 3 minutes in a car.
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