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Vale of York Holiday Parks

York is a popular choice for a weekend or mid week break due to the historic and charming city centre. The Vale of York is home to a whole host of holiday parks so you are bound to find the perfect holiday park to suit you. Robin Hood caravan park in Slingsby is a popular base to explore this region and is excellent value for money. Mount Pleasant Park country caravans are also recommended just 5 miles from York centre. For a peaceful and tranquil setting then Tollerton Holiday Park is a good choice with views of the White Horse of Kilburn.
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Great Wood Lodges

Great Wood Lodges are an adults only park and the lodges have stunning views across a fishing lake. The verandahs provide a great spot to relax and enjoy the wildlife and listen to the owls at night.

Flamingo Land Resort

With these luxury lodges and holiday homes, you'll never be far from the action at Flamingo Land. Accommodation comes with free access to the theme park and zoo for the duration of your stay.

Weir Holiday Park

Weir Holiday Park has an idyllic setting and is within easy reach of Flamingoland theme park.

Allerton Holiday Park

Allerton Country Park provides the perfect base for a relaxing holiday and is close to the fun-filled Lightwater Valley Theme Park.

Kingfisher

Kingfisher is a small and peaceful family holiday park with a kids play area and choice of lodge or caravan accommodation.

Robin Hood Caravan Park

Robin Hood Caravan Park has a great countryside location and is an excellent base from which you can explore all that the area has to offer.

Tollerton Holiday Park

Tollerton Holiday Park is a great relaxing base for a family holiday offering stunning views of the Hambledon Hills.

Why We Love Vale of York...

The Vale of York has a some fantastic attractions including excellent shopping opportunities, a race course, a historic and thriving city centre and many areas of historical importance. The region is also very family friendly and has a good range of activities suitable for children of all ages. 

Fun Days Out in Vale of York

Dig promises a unique fun and educational experience and is the ideal place for a family day out. The site features four exciting excavation pits filled with Roman, Viking, Medieval and Victorian remains which children will just love digging up! While discovering the treasures children can speak to the friendly staff and learn about the items they are finding.  There are also three discovery rooms where children can try out various archaeological techniques, a science lab where experiments are plentiful and a field tent offering a range of activities. Pre booking is recommended during school holidays and at weekends.

Castle Howard is a beautiful place for a day trip set within 1,000 acres of glorious parkland and garden. The site is home to the historic castle itself but also has many other attractions including the Land Train which is a great way to explore the park and the Great Lake where boat trips can be enjoyed. During school holidays and at weekends in the summer organised activities such as crafting sessions, animal encounters and educational talks are on offer to ensure that the children are well catered for. Other attractions include the Adventure Playground, Nature Trail, Farm Shop and Café.

If you have children of varied ages and are looking for a day out to please everyone, then Creepy Crawlies is the perfect choice. The all weather attraction offers fun and games for children up to 12 years old and also provides a place for adults to relax and enjoy a coffee while the kids are playing on the slides, sports area and adventure zone. The site also has a very impressive outdoor area and petting zoo where children can enjoy crafts and meet cute and cuddly animals. Outside there is also a pedal track with Berg Go karts for big children and ride on's for little ones, a pond and a sensory zone where children can touch and feel new and interesting things. You can bring along a picnic to enjoy outside or try a freshly cooked meal at the cafe.

York Maze is fast becoming one of the regions top tourist attractions during the summertime.  This year the maze has a new design to make it even more fun and interesting.  The maze is carved out of an amazing 1.5 million growing maize plants and is thought to be the largest maze in the world! Of course the maze is the main attraction of the site, but there are plenty of other things for the whole family to enjoy including an adventure playground, 9 hole crazy golf course and a animal petting area where children can meet the animals that eat the maize and watch pig racing! Tractor and trailer rides around the maize are also available.

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18th December 2017