How Stean Gorge, Lofthouse, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, Nidderdale
How Stean Gorge in Lofthouse offers pitches for campers and tourers in a picturesque setting. This site near is 22 miles from Harrogate North Yorkshire and is a great base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales.
Nestled in a stunning countryside location with its own gorge, you can savour stunning views of the Dales while staying here. They also offer plenty of space in the campsite area for playing games on the grassy slopes and having fun. A number of 8-berth troop tents are available if you don’t have your own tent.
Lots of excellent facilities are available:
This is a quite camp site and they ask that campers do no play music as it can disturb others who are trying to relax, thank you.
Toilets x 10 (male and female).
Hot family sized showers x 11 (male and female) with a hair dryer.
Onsite licensed cafe (9am with last food orders at 4.0pm - or by arrangement).
Free Wireless Internet (WI-FI) available at the cafe.
Picnic benches outside.
Fire pits available.
Wood/kindling available to purchase from the onsite shop.
Washing up area with 3 large sinks.
Onsite shop - which sells basic camping provisions.
Free car and mini bus parking.
Glass floored viewing area over the gorge.
Caves on site.
At How Stean Gorge, they are well-equipped for many outdoor group activities – gorge walking, rock climbing, canyoning, caving, to name a few. The local area is perfect for walkers and cyclists, with many beautiful routes to enjoy. In nearby Pateley Bridge you can visit The Nidderdale Museum and the old picturesque High Street.
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