Canines will go barking mad for Cayton Village Caravan Park. Not only is this peaceful North Yorkshire park a mere ten-minute walkie from dog-friendly Cayton Bay, there’s a whopping four-acre dog walking area on site – and it’s floodlit so you can take the mutt to sniff around any time of day or night. That’s worth several woofs.
Thinking ‘pffft to the pooch, what about us campers and caravanners’? We can report that this Scarborough site is savvy for humanoids of all sizes too. It’s three miles from the sands of Scarborough, four from Filey and 14 from Bridlington, but placed neatly and secludedly in the countryside so those seeking peace can find it (those seeking vampires can find them too: Whitby is within 45 minutes’ drive. Ulp.)
Cayton Village is a beautifully maintained site – take a squint at the site pics – backed by Cayton Village Church and niftily designed to blend in with its natural surroundings, with acres of space for travellers with tourers, motorhomes or tents (really, take a squint at the site pics).
The park has a well-stocked shop and an up to date and roomy kids’ playground is close to hand. To keep non-parents happy, the playground closes at 8pm (6pm early and late season); to keep parents happy, there’s a huge playing field – and maze – with loads of room for ball games, cycling and general running around until collapse.
Best of all for those who feel driven mad with driving: buses to Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington run right from the Cayton Village Holiday Park entrance.
We cater for families and couples and do not accept bookings from all male or all female parties of three or more persons.