Our small family-run park offers wonderful surroundings and caters for those seeking a quiet relaxing break and is ideally suited for the more mature visitor and young families.
With extensive views over the Vale of Pickering and Yorkshire Wolds, you can really enjoy being right in the middle of the countryside while in reality you are only 2.5 miles from Filey and 5 miles from Scarborough. We have NO bars, clubs, discos or casinos to amuse, just lots of peace and quiet.
Our amenity blocks are maintained to a very high standard of cleanliness. We now have a laundry, family bathroom and disabled shower room (radar key required). These improvements have directly lead to us proudly gaining a 5-Star grading from the English Tourism Council and a 4 Pennant grading from the AA.
In 2009 we achieved the accolades of both the White Rose Caravan Holiday Park of the Year and the Moors and Coast Caravan Park of the Year. Known as the 'Tourism Oscars' these awards recognise our commitment to our customers in giving them the best holiday possible.
We have held a David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award since 2004 and are always looking for ways to further enhance our environmentally friendly park.
The seaside town of Filey is only minutes away and offers visitors an unspoilt environment in which to relax, from golden sands to award-winning gardens. The Tourist Information and Visitor Centre has the latest information on what's happening in Filey, which together with our own extensive dedicated Tourist Information will help you get the most from your holiday. Filey offers all that is best from the traditional seaside holiday from donkey rides to Punch and Judy shows, crazy golf to seafront amusements.
Our location on the heritage coast is also convenient for the bustling seaside town of Scarborough with its beaches, cliff tops and busy shopping centre only yards apart and all reached by the famous Victorian cliff lifts. Scarborough has some of the countries finest parks and gardens, the elegant Esplanade and magnificent Scarborough Spa Complex, not to mention its impressive medieval castle.
Other resorts within easy reach are Bridlington, Hornsea and Whitby, all offering a diverse range of activities catering for every taste.
Inland we are close to the North Yorkshire Moors, Dalby Forest, Pickering, Malton and Driffield and the stunning stately homes of Castle Howard, Burton Agnes and Sledmere. York is less than 40 miles inland and it is well worth a visit to explore this Roman city with its magnificent Minster and unique shops.
All in all Lebberston Touring Park is the perfect place for a quality break exploring the wonders of glorious North Yorkshire.
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see location on Google maps. Map reference: TA 081822 Lat: 54.22412 Long: -0.34341
From the A64 or the A165 take the B1261 to Lebberston and follow the signs for Lebberston Touring Park.