Captain Cook fans and Cleveland Way walkers: park your pitch at friendly and family-run Park Farm for a North Yorkshire hiking and history base. It’s on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors, with the Cleveland Way a mere field away, and is four miles from Cook’s childhood home of Great Ayton – you can see the Captain Cook moorland monument from the farm, along with seriously stonking views of the Hambleton Hills and Yorkshire Dales.
Park Farm has been a working beef cattle and sheep farm for over sixty years, and the friendly family team here can point you in the right direction for all sorts of North Yorkshire stuff, from local pubs to moorland walks. The farm has tent pitches (pick your own), loos, hot and cold water, and meter showers taking £1 coins. Unlimited car parking (at the farm, not by pitch) is included.
Canine campers are welcome, but please keep them on leads at all times.
Check availability at Park Farm Campsite…
Max. persons: unlimited
Grass tent pitch without electric on a slightly sloping grass area.
No size restriction. No awning/gazebo allowed on the pitch.
Plenty of parking available (not adjacent to tents).