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Crows Nest Caravan Park

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Gristhorpe, Filey, YO14 9PS

phone:01723 582206
fax:01723 582206

email:enquiries@crowsnestcaravanpark.com
Season:1 Mar - 30 Oct

Caravan Park Details

Crows Nest Caravan Park is situated on the glorious Yorkshire coast between Scarborough and Filey. Privately owned and operated by the Palmer family, this Rose Award winning park is the perfect base for families and couples wishing to explore one of Englands finest holiday destinations. Only five miles from the main attractions of Scarborough and two and a half miles from the tranquillity of Filey, Crows Nest Caravan Park provides the ideal location to make the most of these two great seaside towns and their glorious sandy beach.

Filey attractions and directions

Scarborough represents buckets full of fun for all the family. Tailored to meet the needs of the tourists, there is never a shortage of things to do whatever the weather.With two beaches to choose from, the South Bay provides soft golden sand ideal for bucket and spades, sand castles, donkeys and water sports. Stroll along the Esplanade to the harbour and take in the many sights and smells of the sea front. Arcades and attractions abound and the many different foods on offer will stimulate your palate.



Filey

A pretty fishing and farming town, it has been a seaside resort since the victorian era. A market has been held in Filey since 1221. A visit to Filey can suit all generations. Families come back year after year to savour the towns charms. Along with its magnificent 5-mile stretch of safe beach and a wide range of activities for all ages and groups of people.



York

York is one of the worlds most fascinating cities, capital of the North, it contains within its walls the history of England!

Where to begin? It originated as a Roman fortress and became an important city known as Eboracum,it was here that Constantine the Great, who later founded Constantinople, was made Roman Emperor in AD 306. The Vikings gave York its name, derived from Jorvik or Yorwik, although their kingdom flourished for only a short while, the evidence of their time in York is abundant and a visit to the Yorvik centre is unmissable.


From the North via A171 to Scarborough then A165 to Filey;

or via Thirsk A170 to Scarborough then B1261 to Gristhorpe



From the West via York A64 to near Scarborough then B1261 to Gristhorpe.



From the South M18 to M62 to Howden then via Bridlington and A165 to Scarborough.



Well signposted, turn off at the esso petrol station (towards the sea). We are the second caravan park on the left.



 

Caravan Park Features

  • Pub / Bar
  • Live Entertainments
  • Cafe / Takeaway
  • Pool + Darts
  • Childrens Playground
  • Childrens club onsite
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • By the Beach
  • Golf Course onsite
  • Park Shop
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Sanitary Blocks
  • Pets Allowed onsite
 

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