This is a Listed Site (LS) that is licensed by the Local Authority and not under the jurisdiction of The Camping and Caravanning Club. These range from large parks with bars, swimming pools and entertainment to small, quiet commercial sites. The Club cannot approve or recommend Listed Sites, these are simply provided to give you more choice. It's worth checking when booking as some sites offer members a discount on pitch fees.
Big Sites Book Reference: 101/191
30 acres, level.
A165 South of Scarborough, turn inland at Cayton Bay, park is 0.5m on right hand side. A64 take B1261, signpost Filey, in Cayton, turn left onto Mill Lane, park is 200yrds.
Cayton Village Caravan Park
has the following facilities on or around the site.
Hardstanding pitch (Super Service)
Grass pitch with electric hook-up
Grass only pitch (no electric)
Dedicated accessible facilities
Chemical toilet disposal point
Ice pack freezing
Childrens play area
Designated dog walk
Public transport within 1 mile
Facilities that are off site within one mile of the entrance
Our Westies think they are guard dogs so let everyone know when someone's about so I was worried they would annoy our neighbours but everyone seemed to think they were funny so hopefully we didn't upset anyone. A restful site despite its size and staff were friendly and helpful the facilities were spotless. Would recommend.
- Towing: Easy
- Location: Coastal
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Groups,Active break,Peaceful break,Younger couples
A lovely peaceful campsite with shelter of hedges and trees that add more privacy. Plenty of amenity blocks for pot washing and showering etc with a laundrette facility which was very useful and acceptable value. Play park for younger children which is open from 8.30am until 8pm so the general noise quietens after that and the campsite say no noise after 11pm which we were impressed with. The staff were extremely pleasant and helpful and nothing was too much trouble. The site itself was on very good bus routes with a park and ride to Scarborough nearby. Cayton Village had a lovely local shop, good fish n chip shop and the local pub was very good with friendly helpful staff and good food. Cayton Bay beach is easily accessible be it a walk down a steep hill but it has toilet facilities and a well stocked cabin for hot beverages and snacks. (This beach is not lifeguard patrolled). We would go back again definitely.
- Location: Country,Coastal,Secluded
- Suitable For: Families,Older couples,Peaceful break,Younger couples
The warm & friendly welcome sounded promising for our first visit to this site which we had viewed the previous year as a potential seasonal pitch venue. We purchased a motorhome & decided to visit for a week. We were directed to our pitch & left to fill up with water at the point which was at the side of the main one way road through the site. It wasn't wide enough for 2 vehicles & we had to move twice whilst filling up to let others through. Chemical waste points not prominently signed & took us 5mins to locate in the rain,no maps of the site were issued.Bus service was hourly to Scarborough & Bridlington from site gate which was extremely handy. However, it wasn't sufficient to accommodate everyone as it called at all the villages & 2 large holiday camps so was very full & made an uncomfortable journey.We were packed in like Noah's Ark. Something for all the family at Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington, beaches, funfairs, amusements, shops, markets & museums. Museum at Filey particularly interesting.The 2 pubs in Cayton village;The Star,looked lovely from the outside with great floral displays but inside very jaded. They served food every day 5 - 8,reasonalbly priced and hot if you don't mind waiting almost an hour for it. The Blacksmiths Arms was lovely inside with very friendly bar staff. They served food on Wed and Sat 5 - 7,we got there at 6.50 on Wed after waiting for a torrential downpour to stop and, they'd stopped serving so you need to be quick. The saving grace in the village was the fish & chip shop which we used twice. There is a PO & Minimart both had limited supplies & not overley friendly,I think the damp weather had got to everyone!
The site facilities whilst clean to an acceptable standard were sufficient but could do with a make over as could the site itself. Met others who had seasonal pitches and some who had visited for the 3rd time this year, personal choice I know, but we won't be hurrying back.
The fees for Cayton Village Caravan Park were last updated in 2014.
The following fees are just given as a guide, so please always check with the site.
The fee for staying on site for one night is :
£15.00+ for 2 Adults, 2 Children, 1 Unit plus Hook-up
* Please note the site open dates are 01 March 2014 - 30 November 2014