Spiers House campsite, North Yorkshire Moors National Park
Please note that there are currently some Building works on this site due to lodge developments, therefore there may be some disturbance on site. Construction work will be running until the end of July 2013. For details please contact the site on 01751 417591.
Spiers House campsite is set on the edge of the breath-taking North York Moors National Park. The site is surrounded by lush green conifers which provide natural shelter and seclusion all year round. The campsite offers a selection of pitches, and campers can choose to pitch their tents under the shelter of the majestic conifers, or take advantage of the beautiful green open spaces that Spiers House offers.
Well-marked foot and cycle paths wind through the forest and provide the perfect route back to nature and the stunning North York Moors National Park beyond. If you are lucky enough to stay on a clear night, you’ll be astounded by the view of the stars from the seclusion of your tent, transporting you a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of daily life.
The campsite boasts extensive space for children to play, as well as the woods beyond which provide a wonderful natural playground. Ranger activities and Forest Experiences are available to campers of all ages, so there is always something to do!
A well-stocked shop is available on the campsite selling a range of essential goods for campers, as well as local produce. The local pub, the New Inn, has its own microbrewery and is certainly worth a visit if you have time!
From nearby Pickering you can take a steam train that passes through Goathland Station, which has been used in the Harry Potter films. Nearby Robin Hood’s Bay is also a very popular place for campers to visit, and is the famous end point of the Coast to Coast walk that people from across the globe come to tackle each year. The 192 mile stretch was devised by Alfred Wainwright and passes through three national parks; the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. Wainwright recommended that walkers dip their booted feet in the Irish Sea at St Bees, and at the end of the walk, in the North Sea at Robin Hood’s Bay.
Dogs are welcome on this campsite, and there are toilet and shower blocks. There are also a range of pitch types available from Standard to Select Plus.
Pitch types at Spiers House
There are 160 pitches at Spiers House, made up of standard, premium, select and select plus pitch types.