From the A64 turn off for Pickering onto the A169, follow to the High Marishes sign Thornton Lane, follow to the sharp left hand bend & immediately over the bridge the entrance is on the left.
From Thornton le Dale village take Maltongate, signposted Malton, follow the road to the bridge, 1.8 miles, and the entrance is immediately before the bridge on the right.
The entrance is clearly signposted MIDSUMMER CARAVAN & CAMPING.
Visit North Yorkshire and see the beautiful countryside this part of the county has to offer.
Small friendly caravan & camping site for adults only (age 21 & over) set 1.8 miles from the picturesque village of Thornton le Dale.
1 dog is allowed per unit & there is a large field for dog walking.
2 hard standing pitches and 3 grass pitches suitable for caravans & motorhomes/campervans.
Each pitch has its own free spring water hook up supplied from an artesian well, (tested annually). Spring water especially good for the skin.
EHU is available on each pitch, this is metered and payable separately at a rate of 0.18/kwh. You pay for what you use.
There is a mini Pitch & Put course set up in the adjacent field for a bit of light entertainment for campers.
Things to do
Thornton le Dale village - 2 pubs, tea rooms, bakeries, NISA supermarket, gift shops, PO, ice cream parlour, chocolate factory, fish & chips & pizza takeaway, cycle shop, Matthewsons Classic Car auction & car memorabilia museum (monthly), antiques, lake & walking/cycling routes.
Pickering & Malton - shops, restaurants & pubs, supermarkets, local food markets, beer festival, micro brewery, North Yorkshire Moors Steam railway (Pickering to Goathland & Whitby, as featured in Harry Potter). Pickering castle.
Dalby Forest for cycling & walking, Castle Howard house & gardens, Wolds Way Lavender, Scampston Hall & gardens, North Yorkshire Moors for walking. Goathland as featured in the Tv Heartbeat series.
Seaside - Whitby, Scarborough, Filey, Flamborough Head, Sewerby & Bridlington all with 25 to 50 minutes drive. All the usual seaside attractions.
Many local walking & cycling routes around the area.
Electric hook ups Chemical toilet disposal point Pets welcome Adult only site Local shops Near to sports facilities Local pub
Graham Beardshall 12/7/2019 5/5 Me & the wife stay here for 3 nights with our touring caravan .This w
as our first time touring so you can imagine we were not experiencie in setting up the caravan. Martin and Alison were fantastic. They made us feel so welcome and Martin went out of his way to show me how to set it all up. He even mended the fire in the caravan and repaired the pump on the water. Nothing was too much trouble for him.A real gentleman who can put his hand to anything. And the site was so peaceful and very clean with immaculate facilities W/C and showers.
Beautiful views also. Kaiser... our German shepherd absolutely loved it as both me & the wife did. Thankyou once again Martin & Alison for making our 3 days so Relaxing. Only down side was we had to come home
Regards Graham & Lynn and Kiaser👍😀🐕