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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. 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.
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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
Drainage hook-up points for tourers
Fully serviced pitches
Tourer storage facilities
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Cycle hire nearby
Horse riding nearby
Indoor pool nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Surf school nearby
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Nearby farmers' market
Public transport nearby
Very large (over 200 pitches)
- Coach stations
Cayton Bay: Haven Holiday Park Coach Stop — 0.7 miles
0.7 miles Seamer: Roundabout Bus Stop — 2.8 miles
2.8 miles Scarborough: Rail Station Coach Stop — 3.3 miles
- Train stations
Seamer Rail Station — 1.7 miles
1.7 miles Scarborough Rail Station — 3.3 miles
3.3 miles Filey Rail Station — 3.8 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 34.2 miles
Humberside Airport — 45.1 miles
From the south
Take the M1/M18 or the A1 to the A64.
From the north
Take the A1/A19 to A171 or the A170 to the A64 or the A165.
From the west
Take the M62 to Hull then the A63/A165 (coastal route) or the M62 towards Hull Junction 37 Howden, then the A614 to A165.
From the A64 and A165 the park is signposted with brown tourism signs.
From the A64 take the B1261 to Filey (at the McDonalds roundabout). In Cayton village take the second left after the pedestrian crossing into Mill Lane. The park is 150 yards on the left.
From A165 Scarborough to Filey road, turn right at the Cayton Bay roundabout into Mill Lane. The park is half a mile on the right as you approach the village.
Please note: if you are using a satnav it may direct you down the A1039 towards Filey; unfortunately the road linking the A1039 to Cayton is unsuitable for towing vehicles, so please do follow our directions.
Nearest train station: Seamer.
Bus: the 120 and 121 both stop at the park entrance.
All the highlights of North Yorkshire’s coast, countryside and history are within easy reach, from the 900 year old harbour at Bridlington to roaming the North York Moors National Park. Kids are well connected too in this part of the world, with seaside amusements, farm parks, centres like Scarborough’s Sea Life and theme/amusement parks like Flamingo Land at Malton and Leisure World at Bridlington.
The nearest beach to Cayton Village is Cayton Bay, just a scramble down the rocks; pick up snacks and beach bits and bobs at the small hut, or go rockpooling in one of the many rocky hollows. Most guests sally forth to Scarborough next, three miles from Cayton Village. Britain’s first seaside resort has moved well beyond its ‘Kiss me Quick’ hat days and now has an open air theatre, an acclaimed art gallery, the Rotunda Museum and festivals/events all year round. Stroll along North or South beach, both viewable from the headland where you can also scramble around spectacular Scarborough Castle.
Walk the four miles to Filey along the Cleveland Way for some of the best scenery you’ll see anywhere, and slip down to the five miles of sand at Filey Bay, or take the bus to other North Yorkshire seaside destinations: the cobbled streets of fishing village Robin Hood’s Bay; beautiful Bridlington’s miles of beaches and promenade; and fossil hunting at Runswick Bay, five miles from Whitby.
The Filey Brigg cliffs, edging the bay, are a haven for seabirds and other wildlife – if you’re a birdwatcher, the North Yorkshire coast is one of the prime locales in the land. Nearby Flamborough Head, and Bempton Cliffs its north, are home to the only gannet colony on the UK mainland (a screeching 200,000 of them live here in summer); watch them on CCTV or from the clifftop viewpoints.
Inland, take a puff from Pickering to Whitby on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, delve into Dalby Forest, or stride moodily across the moors; the North Moors National Park is teeming with things to do, from climbing cliffs to supping a pint in one of its many traditional village pubs.
- Burton Agnes Hall (12.8 miles)
- Dalby Forest Visitor Centre (12.8 miles)
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway (16.3 miles)
- Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping (11.7 miles)
- Yorkshire Coast (12.4 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.