Visit Harrogate, Pateley Bridge and many other wonderful locations in North Yorkshire
Things to do in the Yorkshire Dales
So much to see and experience in North Yorkshire!
Our two static caravan sites offer everything you could want from your perfect holiday home location in North Yorkshire. Visit local markets, browse the picturesque streets of Pateley Bridge, take a ramble through the Dales, grab a slice of cake and cup of tea at one of the many cafes and tearooms - or just while away the hours in your caravan with a good book!
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Brimham Rocks is a unique collection of eroded rock covering an area of about 50 acres, in the care of the National Trust.
Around 320 million years ago, a vast river cascaded sand and grit from granite mountains in northern Scotland and Norway, which formed a delta covering half of what we now call Yorkshire. Multiple layers of grit, sand and rock crystals built up to form the tough sandstone known as Millstone grit. It is exposed sections of this eroded sandstone that can be viewed today at Brimham Rocks.
There is a shop and toilets and the location is ideal for picnics followed by a ramble and climb among the rock formations. Brimham is located in Nidderdale, 4 miles east of Pateley Bridge off the B6265.
The peaceful setting of Pateley Bridge has provided inspiration for artists, writers and film and television productions. The winding high street is packed with small, specialist shops that cater for virtually any requirement. There are quality craft centres, charming pubs and country tearooms.
To experience a truly authentic taste of early Dales life, visit the Nidderdale Museum, it is packed with relics and artefacts chronicling a Yorkshire way of life of years gone by.
A special plaque in Pateley Bridge High Street marks the start and finish of the Nidderdale Way, a circular route of some 53 miles that loops around each side of the Nidd Valley, taking in some of the most spectacular landscapes in the area. Renowned for its charm and floral beauty, Pateley Bridge is the perfect start and stopping point for walkers, with plenty of shops and places to eat.
Bolton Abbey is in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales on the banks of the River Wharfe. With just under 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside, over 80 miles of footpaths and ample space to run around and enjoy the fresh air, there is something for everyone.
Explore the ruins of the Priory, wander along the riverside, woodlands and moorland paths, or enjoy local produce in the excellent restaurants, tea rooms and cafes. Why not treat yourself to something from the gift shops and food shops - or just relax by the river bank with a picnic whilst the children play.
Each week throughout the year there a variety of local Markets selling all manner of things:
Monday: Thirsk, Skipton
Tuesday: Hawes, Bedale
Wednesday: Masham, Northallerton, Knaresborough
Friday: Leyburn, Skipton, Otley
Saturday: Richmond, Thirsk
In September, the Nidderdale Show is held in the idyllic surrounds of Bewerley Park, Pateley Bridge.
This is one of the finest shows in the North of England and offers many added attractions for locals and visitors.
The show is a true celebration of agricultural traditions with an array of livestock on display, as well as trade stands and exhibitions.