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Dolphins are creatures that are renowned for their intelligence, but actually, choosing this Haven park on the Yorkshire Coast is a no brainer. Blue Dolphin Holiday Park has sublime clifftop views over Filey Bay, top notch facilities, and is close to some bonzer beach action, with an astounding range of things to see and do.
Rain or shine, families will find something to keep everyone amused, whether it’s whizzing down the flume in the recently refurbed pool complex, bowling, crazy golf, go-karting, fishing, or roller blading - the list of indoor and outdoor sports on offer at Blue Dolphin Holiday Park goes on and on...
Alternatively, guests can just make the most of the jaw-dropping vista with a bike ride or a leisurely walk along the Cleveland Way coastal path, which passes the park.
The free kids' clubs could see the little treasures becoming wildlife detectives, learning circus skills or shouting and singing along to some traditional panto, and the fun continues into the evenings, with family shows and games in the Showbar, followed by live bands, comedians and lots of dancing.
Tummywise, Blue Dolphin Holiday Park has its own café bar with an all-day menu and carvery, as well as pizza and burger restaurants, and of course, good old fish and chips - and there are some fab pubs around and about, too.
Open from 20/03/2017 to 01/11/2017
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terrible site for the disabled
Leisure on site
Bar or club house
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool
Amenities on site
Ice pack freezing
Parent & baby washroom
Pick-up from public transport
Gas cylinders available
Touring and motorhomes
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Very large (over 200 pitches)
- Coach stations
Filey Bus Station — 1.8 miles
1.8 miles Cayton Bay: Haven Holiday Park Coach Stop — 2.0 miles
2.0 miles Scarborough: Rail Station Coach Stop — 4.8 miles
- Train stations
Filey Rail Station — 1.8 miles
1.8 miles Hunmanby Rail Station — 3.9 miles
3.9 miles Seamer Rail Station — 3.9 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 33.7 miles
Humberside Airport — 44.8 miles
The park lies directly on the A165 between Scarborough and Filey. The park is situated approximately two miles north of Filey.
Come and get smiley in Filey... or stock up on the rock in nearby Scarborough. It’s a bigger resort than Filey, but both have fab beaches, trad seaside amusements, and lovely parks and gardens, plus all sorts of concerts and events during the season.
Sewerby Hall and Gardens, 14 miles from Blue Dolphin Holiday Park, is a beautiful house and museum with 50 acres of gardens to explore, and plenty to keep children happy, including a small zoo, pitch and putt and adventure play area.
The kids will be in the pink if you take them to Flamingo Land, a substantial adventure park with scream-inducing rides, as well as gentler versions for the little ones, and a fantastic zoo.
The sights, sounds - and smells - of World War II are recreated to dramatic effect at the Eden Camp historical park, near Malton. Or go further back in time in York, at the Jorvik Viking Centre, where you can wander through reconstructions of the York streets of 975 AD. York is a brilliant place to visit, with masses of history, interesting visitor attractions and fab shopping.
Nature lovers will be in their element in the North York Moors National Park, where the spectacular combination of windswept moors, ancient woodland and dramatic coastline harbours an abundance of wildlife, and there are plenty of picturesque villages for refreshment stops. One of the nicest ways to explore is to take a trip on the steam railway that runs between Pickering and Whitby (with various stops in between).
Whitby itself has an imposing ruined abbey on the clifftops, as well as arguably the best fish and chip shop in the country (the world?), and an authentic replica of Captain Cook’s HMS Endeavour, which runs regular voyages along the coast for visitors. Just to the south of Whitby are the tumbling cobbled streets and hidden alleys of Robin Hood’s Bay, another atmospheric fishing village that’s worth a visit.
Any guests who are feeling a bit twitchy shouldn’t miss a trip to Flamborough Head to gaze at the gannets (the only colony to be found on the British mainland), puffins and other sea birds - a staggering 200,000 birds inhabit this RSPB sanctuary from April to August. You can hire binoculars and there’s a visitor centre and shop.
- Burton Agnes Hall (12.2 miles)
- Dalby Forest Visitor Centre (15.1 miles)
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway (18.5 miles)
- Yorkshire Coast (13.7 miles)
- Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping (13.9 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.