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  • Peaceful and scenic countryside park on the outskirts of Rotherham
  • Stately homes, castles and Peak District walks within half an hour
  • Trout fishing, soft play, kids' bike trail, two-mile footpath and café

Townie with a touch of country spirit? A wilderness type sometimes tempted by the big city? On the edge of Rotherham in South Yorkshire, Thrybergh Country Park Campsite hits the sweet spot: city attractions amid scenic surrounds, with walks on peaks and parklands a short trip away.

Based inside a large, wooded recreation area managed by the local council, Thrybergh Country Park Campsite has nature trails for exploring and a 35-acre reservoir for trout fishing. There’s a bike trail for the under-12s and a soft play area if there’s any excess energy to burn.

Barbecues are permitted on site and shops and supermarkets for all your essential feasting and snacking requirements are a 10-minute drive away in Rotherham. Should you feel like a break from self catering, there’s a café and an ice-cream parlour in the park and a handsome spread of eateries and takeaways in town.

Near as you are to the urban attractions of South Yorkshire, you’ll feel right out in the woods at Thrybergh Country Park Campsite: a top tip from visitors is to take the two and a half-mile trail round the lake at sunset, when there’s a chorus of birdlife bedding down for the night.

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Bar or club house

Cycle hire

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Fitness centre

Games room

Indoor swimming pool

Kids' club

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Outdoor swimming pool

Play area

TV room

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Amenities on site

Bath available

Car parking by pitch/unit

Composting toilet

Disabled facilities

Dog park

Drying room

Food shop

Free wifi

Ice pack freezing

Internet access


Parent & baby washroom

Pick-up from public transport


Pub toilets

Public telephone

Shower available

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Groups welcome

Family friendly

Motorcycle friendly

Rallies welcome

Single-sex groups welcome

Student groups welcome


Barbecue provided

Barbecues allowed

Campfires allowed

Commercial vehicles allowed

Dogs allowed

Dogs allowed all year


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Chemical disposal

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Gas cylinders available

Recycling available

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Bar nearby

Dog walk nearby

Public transport nearby

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Small (11-25 pitches)

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  • Doncaster Road, Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England, S65 4NU
  • Timezone Europe/London BST (GMT+01:00)   GPS 53.4607°N 1.2881°W

Nearest transport

Coach stations
Rotherham Interchange — 3.4 miles
Meadowhall Interchange — 6.0 miles
Doncaster Interchange — 7.6 miles
Train stations
Swinton (South Yorks) Rail Station — 1.9 miles
Mexborough Rail Station — 2.1 miles
Conisbrough Rail Station — 3.0 miles
Ferry ports
Hull Ferry Terminal — 46.1 miles
Sheffield City Airport — 6.0 miles
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport — 11.5 miles
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport — 11.6 miles


Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel using the Get directions button above.

Local attractions

For further adventures in birdland, it’s a 15-minute drive to the RSPB Dearn Valley Old Moor nature reserve, a mix of meadows, reedbeds and grasslands inhabited (or visited) by the likes of lapwings and kingfishers, barn owls and egrets.

The history’s not all of the natural kind: Rotherham’s Clifton Park Museum (10 minutes) gives an entertaining overview of the town’s industrial heyday, topped off with a park containing rollercoasters and other family attractions. It’s a similar distance to 11th-century Coningsbrough Castle, easy to imagine as the inspiration for Sir Walter Scott’s Ivanhoe; Wentworth Woodhouse, 15 minutes away, is a mere 350 years old but newly open for guided tours and with 82 acres of garden for wandering.

Many of the area's big houses were built thanks to big business and heavy industry: Kelham Island Museum (25 minutes) tells the story of Sheffield and its steel; you can discover the science behind it at the Magma Science Adventure Centre back in Rotherham, described as a ‘hands-on, feet-in, full-on’ science experience and aimed at younger visitors.

After all that industry, clear lungs and heads by heading out into the wilderness, Yorkshire’s other great resource. It’s half an hour to Langsett, its reservoir and the many footpaths leading around it and up into the hills, where the peaks meet the dales.

For further peak explorations, and the classic stuff like trips up Mam Tor and down the Blue John Mines, it’s an hour to Castleton.

Must see

  • Magna Science Adventure Centre (4.9 miles)
  • Brodsworth Hall and Gardens (7.1 miles)
  • Wentworth Castle Gardens (10.5 miles)

National Trust

  • Mr Straw's House (12.4 miles)
  • Nostell Priory and Parkland (13.8 miles)

Cycle routes

Find local routes on the National Cycle Network - over 12,000 miles of cycling routes.

Please note: All distances on this page are calculated "as the crow flies" - please check actual distance depending on your mode of travel.

  • How much is payable upfront? A 15% transferable deposit is payable when you book, with the balance payable on arrival. Read more
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  • What attractions are near Thrybergh Country Park Campsite? For further adventures in birdland, it’s a 15-minute drive to the RSPB Dearn Valley Old Moor nature reserve, a mix of meadows, reedbeds and grasslands inhabited (or visited) by the likes of … Read more
  • When can I check in and check out of Thrybergh Country Park Campsite?

    Arrivals are between 12pm and 5pm from March to September and between 12pm and 4pm at all other times of the year. Check out by 12pm.

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Additional terms

All bookings must have a current permanent address.

Summer season is considered from the third week in March until end of September, winter is from October to end of first week in March. During the summer season the maximum stay is 21 days. Clients can return for a further 21 days after moving off-site for one week. Two consecutive terms of stay are the maximum length of stay over the summer period, that period being 42 days in any one summer season.

The site accepts booking only for couples, families, organised groups and parties over the age of 21.

The pitch must be kept clear of spare equipment and nothing (other than waste water and fresh water receptacles) may be stored under the caravan. On leaving the pitch, the whole area must be left tidy.

All pitches must be three metres (10 feet) from any carriageway with at least six metres (20 feet) between pitches.

To avoid possible damage to sewage purification works, visitors may use formaldehyde-based chemical fluids. Under no circumstances may coal tar, phenol or caustic based fluids be used.

A bucket or other suitable receptacle, which must not be allowed to overflow, must be used for collection of waste water and emptied at the disposal points provided.

Anything beyond normal waste must be taken away by user, i.e. barbecues, packaging or similar items etc. The recycling point in the car park to be used for bottles, cans, etc.

Holes must not be excavated in the turf.