Check in time - 13:00 pm
Check out time - 11:00 am
We offer a half grass, half gravel spacious pitch with open views, optional electric hook up and water point. All pitches will have the grass cut once a week and all guests will be asked to adhere to a noise policy. Well behaved dogs are welcome to a maximum of 2 per pitch. The maximum age for a caravan being used as a seasonal pitch is 10 years old. Camper vans with own on board toilet allowed A maximum of 2 dogs are allowed providing they are well controlled, kept on a lead and any fouling left by them is cleared up immediately. Day visitors are allowed on request but please consider your neighbouring caravans No clothes line are permitted. There will be a noise policy in place and guests will be asked to keep noise to a minimum between 11pm and 8am. No commercial vehicles allowed on the park at any time. Nothing is permitted to be stored underneath the caravan: the area must be kept clear. Gas bottles are not to be left outside your caravan. Awnings are allowed without groundsheets.
This one does exactly what it says on the tin. At Country Living Campsite you are treated to a slice of gloriously rural and countryside life....but here you can enjoy all the benefits (if you wish) of being a stone's throw from one of the most lively, historical and widely visited cities in England - beautiful York. You are holidaying in a prime location here, and Country Living Campsite offers something that not many campsites can….a chance to explore a lively city by day and then retire to a tranquil and bucolic setting in the evening.
Situated in a conservation area in the picturesque village of Thorganby in North Yorkshire, the campsite is a welcome alternative to large, busy campsites, and is for those seeking an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The campsite, tucked away down a pretty country lane, is adults only, and you can be sure of a true retreat here and a chance to sit and listen to birdsong, read a book or simply watch the world go by. It is a dog walker’s paradise and there are plenty of leisurely walks through the surrounding countryside - either along the nearby river or through the fields - and lots of good cycling routes too. There is also a fishing lake in the village, which forms part of the Lower Derwent Valley Nature reserve.
This is a small site with 12 spacious and well kept gravel/grass pitches for motorhomes and caravans open all year round. Each pitch has its own water supply. There is a toilet and hot shower available (Covid restrictions dependent of course) and the owners here do all they can to ensure a peaceful and tranquil stay with a strict noise policy. If you want to party all night with a gang of friends this is possibly not the place; it is instead somewhere to relax, enjoy the quiet and maybe spot some of the abundant wildlife nearby.
Having said all that, if you do fancy exploring the fabulous city of York then look no further. Just a few metres from the campsite you can hop on the bus that takes you directly into York within 30 minutes (although it is good to note that this is rural living and the bus is every couple of hours rather than every couple of minutes, so plan your day!) York really is a city like no other. Originally built as a giant fortress by the Romans and invaded by the Vikings centuries later, every part of history has left an imprint on the cobbled streets, with gems such as the medieval Shambles (the inspiration for Diagon Alley for Harry Potter fans), the majestic York Minster, ghost walks down some of the most haunted streets in Britain, a huge choice of modern, interactive and ground breaking museums such as the Jorvik museum, National Railway museum, the chocolate museum (Terrys and Rowntrees both originated here) and lots more. The city centre of York is surrounded by the original and beautifully preserved medieval walls, and these are free to walk around on foot.
With such a huge amount to see both in York and the surrounding countryside of North Yorkshire, you might want to take a few days over it, so make this a proper holiday. Country Living Campsite is the perfect place to relax and unwind at the end of the day, and if you don’t want to cook, then the excellent Jefferson Arms - a traditional British pub - is only a short stroll down the road. For a quiet and relaxed stay, in a picturesque spot, visit Country Living Campsite and enjoy a gentler pace of life. You are guaranteed to leave refreshed and having had a great holiday in this lovely part of the country.
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What time can I arrive at Grass and Gravel Pitch in Country Living Campsite?
You can arrive from 13:00
What time do I need to check out by at Grass and Gravel Pitch in Country Living Campsite?
You need to check out by 11:00