Wombleton Caravan and Camping Park
Wombleton Caravan & Camping Park is run by the Willoughby family, Wombleton is a small caravan and camping park that assures all of its guests a very friendly atmosphere.
The park is located just a few miles from the lovely town of Helmsley. The surrounding area has a wide range of amenities, activities and attractions. Just one mile away from the site is the local pub.
Wombleton’s pitches are very spacious in size and you can choose between gravel and grass. There are concrete bases for motor homes. Each of the pitches comes with electric hook-ups. The park has a new modern, clean toilet block that has a disabled and family room. Facilities include power showers, hair dryers and shave and power points for your appliances. They have male and female toilets that each have 2 individual private cubicles with hand basins. They have an indoor washing up room that has ample hot water.
Wombleton has a small shop that has general groceries, some caravan accessories, gas exchange and charcoal for the barbeque. You will find a small information room with lending library and brochures next to the shop that is open during the day and night.
• Washing-up room with 4 sinks units and draining boards
• Fridge Freezer
• Launderette with washing machine, tumble dryer, iron and Ironing board
• Calor Gas supply and exchange
• Coded entrance and exit security barrier
• Public telephone
• Shop with groceries and caravan supplies
• Information centre with lending library
The site encourages guests to make use of their recycling facilities.
OUT AND ABOUT
Wombleton Caravan and Camping Park makes an ideal base for exploring the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and, just a few miles away the Hutton-le-Hole area is a walkers’ paradise and the home of Ryedale Folk Museum which is well worth a visit. Nearby Farndale is famous for the daffodils in the Spring.
Helmsley’s attractions include the Castle, Duncombe Park and the Victorian Walled Garden as well as having an array of delightful shops and tearooms.
Just a short drive away are James Herriott’s Museum at Thirsk, Nunnington Hall (NT), Byland Abbey and Rievaulx Abbey. The market
town of Malton is about 20 minutes drive and is excellent for shopping.
The beautiful walled city of York is about 35 minutes drive and home of many famous attractions including York Minister, the Jorvik Museum, Castle Howard and the National Railway Museum, to name but a few. The stately home of Castle Howard is just 20 minutes away with beautiful rooms, garden, court yard shops and garden centre.
On the East Coast there is Robin Hoods Bay and Runswick Bay, Scarborough, Whitby and Goathland, an area well known for the TV series Heartbeat, with the North Yorkshire Moors Railway beginning at Pickering.
Visit the Wombleton Caravan and Camping Park website below for more details