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- Family-friendly park ten minutes' walk from Cayton Bay
- Indoor pool, sports court, restaurant, shop and off-licence
- Lots of activities including kids' clubs, theme nights and film nights
Action! Whether whirling around on site or plunging into the fathoms of fab seaside things to do nearby, a stay at Cayton Bay Holiday Park near Scarborough is a buzzing option for spirited sorts: it might even – finally – tire the kids out…
All ages can look lively with the vast range of things to do at this emphatically family-friendly park, which can see the family getting sprightly around the fountains and waterjets of the indoor pool, aiming to be a little crazy at golf or bouncing around on the volleyball, netball and all-weather multisports court among loads more.
Or explore off site instead: Cayton Bay Holiday Park is four and a half miles from the attractions, amusements and beach of Scarborough’s South Bay, a trifling ten minutes’ walk from the wide sweep and sprightly surf of comely Cayton Bay, and a few miles from the very viewsome Filey to Scarborough stretch of the nearby Cleveland Way.
Cayton Bay Holiday Park is quick-fire for the kids too, with an active array of options for toddlers to teens including the Sparky Krew kids’ clubs, Pipsqueak's Mousehouse for under-fives, street dancing, cheerleading, archery and splashing around back in the pool at a deep scope of water activities.
You can be busy indoors or out here from dawn to dusk – and then beyond with theme nights, movie nights, quizzes and the cabaret, disco, dancing and other entertainment at the roomy Oasis Showbar (with lots of opps for the audience to join in with the merriment).
Food is served up at the Boathouse Restaurant which also does takeaway, and there’s a supermarket and off-licence to stock up on your own supplies.
Open from 20/03/2017 to 02/11/2017
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Friendly man in reception when we arrived.
Amazing entertainment and very helpful staff
Kids loved it. Was nice for a short break but wouldn't stay any longer
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
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Large (51-200 pitches)
- Coach stations
Cayton Bay: Haven Holiday Park Coach Stop — 0.2 miles
0.2 miles Seamer: Roundabout Bus Stop — 3.1 miles
3.1 miles Scarborough: Rail Station Coach Stop — 3.2 miles
- Train stations
Seamer Rail Station — 2.0 miles
2.0 miles Scarborough Rail Station — 3.2 miles
3.2 miles Filey Rail Station — 3.6 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 34.5 miles
Humberside Airport — 45.4 miles
Follow the directions onto the B1261 to Cayton. After the Blacksmiths Arms in Cayton Village turn left into Mill Lane. Follow this road as it bends. Immediately after the bend, turn left. Cayton Bay Holiday Park is on the right.
The beaut beach of Cayton Bay is within walking distance and has a surf school catering to all levels alongside board and wetsuit hire.
Like most of this part of Yorkshire coast, this beach is an eggs-cellent spot for birdwatching, and fossil hunters find rich pickings here too in the form of gastropods, starfish and coral.
Ornithologists should also flutter along the coast to Flamborough Head and Bempton Cliffs to gaze at the only colony of gannets on the British mainland, viewable even on wet days via the CCTV at the Flamborough Head visitor centre.
For fledglings, Malton’s Flamingo Land theme park and zoo is a somewhat different type of Yorkshire birdwatching and has lemurs, giraffes, meerkats and other critters alongside its penguins, parrots and Bird Display Experience.
North Yorkshire’s seaside capital Scarborough is a quick drive from Cayton Bay Holiday Park – or catch a bus from the stop ten minutes’ walk from the site.
There’s loads to do here alongside pounding out sandcastles on the North and South beaches: hang around the harbour to land some fresh fish and seafood at the fish market, climb the cliff to see spectacular scenery from 3000 year old Scarborough Castle, or cultivate an artsy side at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Rotunda Museum and the summer concerts of the Scarborough Spa Orchestra, the only seaside orchestra in the UK.
Have a day in Filey for a less busy seaside resort than Scarborough – and a nosy around the cafés, shops, amusements of Filey Coble Landing to the north of the seafront; fishing cobles and smaller bobbing craft are regularly launched across the beach to the sea from here.
The Cleveland Way finishes up at Filey, and the rocks of Filey Brigg have several species of seabird alongside a five-mile length of beach dotted with rockpools.
Buses run from Filey back to Scarborough and further north along the coast to Runswick Bay, also a Yorkshire fossil hunting spot, the fab fishing village of scenic Robin Hood’s Bay, and the shellfish sampling and beaut beaches of Bridlington.
Inland from here is equally action-packed: the sporty options and more stunning scenery of the North Moors National Park, the historical highlights of grand old York, and, if you travel a little further, roaming around the history sites, caving and watersports of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
- Burton Agnes Hall (13.0 miles)
- Dalby Forest Visitor Centre (13.1 miles)
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway (16.6 miles)
- Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping (11.9 miles)
- Yorkshire Coast (12.2 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.
Permitted arrival/departure time
|Camping and touring|
|Arrive:||12 p.m. –||Anytime|
Cayton Bay Holiday Park cancellation policy
No refunds within 4 weeks of arrival date.
29-42 days: 50% of holiday cost
43-55 days: 30% of holiday cost
If you need to cancel or amend your booking, please give as much notice as possible so that someone else has the chance to book. You may wish to buy holiday insurance for cancellations and for your property/injury whilst away.
Please note that your deposit is paid to Pitchup.com and is non-refundable.
A 15% non-refundable deposit is payable now. Cayton Bay Holiday Park will debit the balance from your card 10 weeks before arrival, or if the arrival date is sooner than 10 weeks then the balance will be taken immediately.
You can also opt to pay the full amount at the time of your booking.
Payment methods accepted on the parkCheque