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Campsites in Appletreewick, England

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110 bookable campsites within 64.4 kilometres of Appletreewick

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Campsites in Appletreewick for ambles around the Yorkshire Dales

Heading to a campsite in Appletreewick for a yomp around the Yorkshire Dales? With such delicious scenery to match a delicious name, it’s no wonder… 

This village in the northern English national park is indeed a prime place to bag as a base for exploring the surrounds. Get a good look at the mighty moors, valleys and hills in the area, then retreat to one of these cosy campsites in Appletreewick for a fab night’s snooze ahead of your next day’s adventures.

Campsites in Appletreewick: from kitted-out pods to top touring pitches

So, which sort of accommodation do you fancy on your foray to the Yorkshire Dales?

Will it be a classic campsite in Appletreewick with flat, level pitches and lush Yorkshire scenery in the distance?

Or maybe you’d rather skip putting up the tent and nestle into a nifty lodge, shepherd’s hut or tipi? Glamping sites in the Yorkshire Dales include everything from fully furnished bell tents for large groups to kitted-out camping pods cosy enough for couples, so the world (or at least this national park) is your oyster.

If you prefer to move from place to place each day, touring caravan sites with spacious pitches are just the ticket for a multi-destination hol. There are ample choices around Appletreewick for an overnighter in this section of the Dales.

Our list of holiday and caravan parks in northern England is full of options with upgraded amenities that are fab for families too – one of the snazzier Appletreewick sites in this selection has a helipad for high-flying sorts, as well as an on-site golf course, spa and cinema.

Yorkshire Dales destinations for dawdling around when camping in Appletreewick

With its handful of historic houses, the village of Appletreewick is easy on the eye for sure, but it’s not really the architecture that tourists totter here for. It’s the sublime scenery surrounding the settlement, which is plonked on the side of a hill above the River Wharfe and spectacular Yorkshire Dales fells.  

Saying that, it’s still worth wandering by the centuries-old stone cottages on the main street, perhaps as a precursor to a hardier hike out on the moors further out from the river…?

Not that the treks are too tricky here. This is the Yorkshire Dales for beginners, with cruisier strolling and cycling trails on offer than in much of the rest of the park. Try the Trollers Gill as a warmup to the tougher Simon’s Seat, a spikey summit 1,925 feet up, which you can easily spot to the east of the village.

After hikes on hot days, rove over to the river for a bite by the banks, a wallow in the water or to troll for trout (permit required). When there’s a chill in the air, country pubs in the area with fires are hard to resist – or you can pick a campsite in Appletreewick where blazes are allowed

Alternative things to do close to Appletreewick include wandering around the pools, orchard and terraces in Parcevall Hall’s formal gardens and taking trips to the 12th-century ruins of the well-reserved Cistercian Fountains Abbey. 

Last but in no way least, one of the most well-known Yorkshire Dales attractions, the mighty Malham Cove limestone amphitheatre – of HarryPotter fame – is just 35 minutes’ drive from Appletreewick.

Once you’ve dilly-dallied around the Dales, start planning your trip to another national park in England. The Lake District in Cumbria is always a winner for walking hols.