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Riverside Meadows Holiday Park

Surrounded by the lovely countryside of North Yorkshire, Riverside Meadows Holiday Park nestles on the north side of the River Ure. They welcome tents, tourers and motor homes.

Riverside Meadows Holiday Park is just a few minutes’ walk from the historic town of Ripon which features its majestic Cathedral dominating the skyline.

The site is in a great place for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. It has easy access to the Lightwater Valley Theme Park. Just a half an hour away are the superb gardens in the picturesque town of Harrogate. You can also check out the shops in their centre. Other nearby attractions include Ripley Castle, Knaresborough and Thirsk which has a market and horse racing. A bit further away from the site is the ancient walled city of York.

Riverside Meadows Holiday Park is a large and spacious touring park that affords spectacular views. You can spend your time relaxing in the park or you can venture out into the historic town of Ripon, it makes the perfect base to spend your family holiday.


Visit the Riverside Meadows Holiday Park website for further information

Riverside Meadows Holiday Park

Riverside Meadows Holiday Park
Ure Bank Top
North Yorkshire

BBQ area
Chemical Disposal Point
Car Parking
Child Play Area
Dogs allowed
Drain Hook-up
Drinking Water
Electric Hook-up
Electric Shaver Point
Fishing Available
Food Shop
Games Room
Gas Cylinder Available
Ice Pack Facility
Licensed Club - Pub
Motor Home Pitches
Shower Facilities
Static Pitches
Tent Pitches
Tour Caravan Pitches
Water Hook-up
Wheelchair Access
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