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Sep20

Grab A Weekend Break

Now the children have gone back to school it might seem that all there is to look forward to is half-term. Yet it seems a shame to miss out on the colours of Autumn, the opportunity to re-charge yourself and your family whilst there is still some warmth in the air. A weekend break could […] Read More...

Aug25

Floating like a butterfly

Part of our ethos at Yorkshire Holiday Parks is to make our holiday parks “green” by working with the environment around us to improve our parks for our guests (and residents) but also the wildlife in the area too. At this time of year we’re really keen to encourage butterflies into the parks. As part […] Read More...

Aug10

Luxury Holiday Home for Sale: Atlas Sherwood Lodge

At Yorkshire Holiday Parks we’re constantly updating our static caravans and holiday homes that you can hire or purchase. And we’ve recently taken delivery of two stunning holiday homes – both Atlas Sherwood Lodges.   The Sherwood Lodge really pushes the design boundaries for holiday homes and makes them a true home from home experience. […] Read More...

Jul20

Put Another Banger on the BBQ!

BBQ’ing is fantastic – cooking outside, on fire, with great scenery all make a what could potentially be an average meal taste so much better. These days BBQ’s can be sophisticated affairs – with temperature controls and gas powered. However you still can’t beat the taste of a steak cooked on a charcoal BBQ. If […] Read More...

Jul10

The Great Yorkshire Show is here!

Tomorrow sees the start of the annual Great Yorkshire Show – England’s premiere agricultural show – in Harrogate. Set in 250 acres and with an anticipated 135,000 visitors over the three days of the event (Tuesday 11th – Thursday 13th) this is one of the finest agricultural shows in the UK. There are all the […] Read More...

Jun20

Take Your Dog on Holiday!

This Friday (23rd June) is National Take Your Dog to work day. It’s something that we’ve been doing for years – and those of you that have visited us for a few years will have seen our Spaniel, Annie, grow from a tiny pup into the lady she is today.     Taking your dog […] Read More...

Jun13

National Picnic Week

This Friday (16th June) sees the start of National Picnic Week, and as I write this it seems this may be accompanied by a ‘heatwave’. Certainly that is the word being used by some national newspapers this morning! Picnics of old bring back memories of tartan blankets and flasks, egg sandwiches, quiche – though in […] Read More...

May24

Swifts of Flight and Swooping Swallows

Swallows and Swifts As the warmer weather settles over the UK it’s the end of long journeys for swallows and swifts as they return from warmer climes to their homes for the summer months. But can you tell the difference? Swallows These are often seen in areas where there are lots of small insects and […] Read More...

May24

We’ve got the Yorkshire Holiday Park Blues

We’ve got the blues. Blue sky, with those stunning fluffy white clouds – the ones that look like cotton wool. It’s one of the great things about holidaying in the UK, being able to observe things around us that ordinarily we’d miss. The rustle of leaves, the scent of the wild garlic, the rush of […] Read More...