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- Award-winning park between Scarborough and Pickering
- Excellently maintained amenities including family bathroom
- Licensed shop, play area and football field
Jasmine Park is an award-winning caravan and camping park midway between Scarborough and Pickering, just a short drive from attractions and sandy beaches.
The site has excellent shower and toilet facilities that are maintained to an excellent standard of cleanliness and guests are invited to use our refuse and recycling points while on site. There's also a a family and disabled bathroom with a private wetroom with toilet, shower, sink and a bath; a pot wash and a laundry area.
Other facilities include a football field and a play area complete with swings, slides and spring animals to keep kids going for hours.
Guests can also pick up essentials at the licensed shop and get tips for visits in the surrounding area from our tourist information centre with all the brochures and leaflets for you to plan and enjoy your holiday. Wifi is available on site at a small hourly, daily or weekly charge as required.
Guests may spot pheasants, owls and even the odd fox (don’t worry, the country gents are a lot more shy than their gangsta urban cousins) at this peaceful site on the edge of the North Yorkshire moors.
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Staff are great. Location is excellent
Good campsite, just could do with a road through the field.
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
Motorhome service point
Tourer storage facilities
Water hook-up points for tourers
Commercial vehicles allowed
Dogs allowed all year
Horse riding nearby
Leisure/theme park nearby
Mountain biking nearby
Surf school nearby
D. of E. welcome
Single-sex groups welcome
Student groups welcome
Public transport nearby
Large (51-200 pitches)
Jumbo tent pitches
- Coach stations
Sherburn (N Yorks): Bus Stop — 3.3 miles
3.3 miles Seamer: Roundabout Bus Stop — 5.6 miles
5.6 miles Thornton le Dale (N Yorks): Bus Stop — 6.0 miles
- Train stations
Seamer Rail Station — 6.6 miles
6.6 miles Scarborough Rail Station — 8.1 miles
8.1 miles Malton Rail Station — 10.8 miles
- Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 35.1 miles
Durham Tees Valley Airport — 40.1 miles
Jasmine Park is situated just off the main Scarborough to Pickering road (A170), 8 miles west of Scarborough and 9 miles east of Pickering.
From the north (from Whitby) - Take the A171 towards Scarborough, join the A170 (signposted Thirsk). After approximately 8 miles you will come to Snainton. Turn left onto Barkers Lane (signposted Jasmine Park) for 1/2 mile; at the end turn left onto Cross Lane. Jasmine Park is on your left.
From the north (from Thirsk) - Take the A170 (signposted Scarborough). After approximately 30 miles you will come to Snainton. At the far side of Snainton village turn right onto Barkers Lane (signposted Jasmine Park) for 1/2 mile, at the end turn left onto Cross Lane. Jasmine Park is on your left. Please be aware that touring caravans are prohibited at Sutton Bank.
From the west - Take the A64 towards Scarborough (via York) and turn onto the B1258 (signposted Snainton). At the end turn right onto the A170 (signposted Scarborough). At the far side of the Snainton village turn right onto Barkers Lane (signposted Jasmine Park) for 1/2 mile; at the end turn left onto Cross Lane. Jasmine Park is on your left.
From the south - Take the M1 North, at junction 42 (M62) continue onto the A1(M) signposted 'The North'. Leave the A1(M) at junction 42 then merge onto the A64 (signposted York). Follow the A64 towards Scarborough (via York), turn onto the B1258 (signposted Snainton). At the end turn right onto the A170 (signposted Scarborough). At the far side of the Snainton village turn right onto Barkers Lane (signposted Jasmine Park) for 1/2 mile; at the end turn left onto Cross Lane. Jasmine Park is on your left.
From the east - Take the A170 (signposted Thirsk). In Snainton village turn left onto Barkers Lane (signposted Jasmine Park) for 1/2 mile, at the end turn left onto Cross Lane. Jasmine Park is on your left.
By train - the nearest station is Scarborough.
By bus - the 128 service runs between Scarborough and Sutton Bank. The nearest bus stop is in Snainton (Station Rd).
Snainton is a pretty village which offers golfing and horse riding as well as trout and coarse fishing at the nearby Wykeham Lakes. If you’re feeling chipper, you can book in for a one-to-one woodturning lesson from the experts at the on-site Snainton Woodworking Centre.
The big destination in the area is Scarborough. With 360 years in the tourism trade (it was the country’s first ever seaside resort) this legendary coastal town has plenty of experience in keeping visitors happy.
As well as the obvious attractions of the sandy beaches, Italian gardens and the beautiful Peasholm Park, there are trips by boat, open air bus or miniature steam railway, and it’s definitely worth making your way up to the imposing castle on the cliff tops. There’s no need to worry about rain stopping play either, thanks to the classic seaside amusements, Sea Life Marine Sanctuary, art gallery and geological museum. You could even hit the casino...
The town also has a packed programme of events, concerts and festivals running throughout the year, including the famous Scarborough Fair music festival, Seafest, which combines a celebration of the sea with international folk music; and the annual end of season cricket festival, which has been pulling crowds since 1876.
In the opposite direction is the smaller town of Pickering, which is transported back to the 1940s each autumn as part of its annual wartime weekend, but is worth a visit anytime for a trip on the North York Moors Railway, which steams through the National Park from here to Grosmont. Relax and enjoy the ride, try to spot the station used by the Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter films, or disembark at one of the platforms along the 18-mile journey for some excellent walking in the glorious Yorkshire countryside.
Alternatively, visitors can follow the route taken by their Viking forbears to fun-packed York, home to the Jorvik Viking Centre, the soaringly beautiful architecture of York Minster, the gore and thrills of the York Dungeons, and nationally important railway and air museums.
Other attractions that can be reached in under 30 minutes include: Dalby Forest, which offers excellent birdwatching, wildlife spotting and walking; Castle Howard, one of the most beautiful stately homes in the UK, and a venue for concerts and many other events during the summer months; Flamingo Land theme park and zoo; the World War II museum at Eden Camp; and Go Ape!, a tree top adventure playground where visitors can make like Tarzan on the swings, bridges and zipwires.
- Dalby Forest Visitor Centre (5.9 miles)
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway (8.4 miles)
- Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo (9.4 miles)
- Bridestones, Crosscliff and Blakey Topping (6.3 miles)
- Yorkshire Coast (13.0 miles)
Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.