The Caravan Club is located at Terry Ave, York YO23 1JQ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with The Caravan Club and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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David Ulyett

4 Google Rating

It's all about the location within walking distance of the city of York. A very busy site and all gr

4/ 5

It's all about the location within walking distance of the city of York. A very busy site and all gravel hard stand pitches. Pitches I find tend to be on the small side if you have a big unit and an early departure needed, 11am. Good facilities, wardens can be a little stressed due to all the activity on site but they do the job. Gets booked up every weekend so either book early or check for cancellations. But overall well worth going to.

Paula Watkins

5 Google Rating

Always worth a visit if river not too high.nice big showers.good row of shops outside back gate.some

5/ 5

Always worth a visit if river not too high.nice big showers.good row of shops outside back gate.some pitches a bit small.sometimes we get a choice.other visits have been told which pitch to use.

Gordon Murray

3 Google Rating

Good location but run more like a concentration camp.

3/ 5

Good location but run more like a concentration camp.

Steve Chappell

5 Google Rating

Lovely staff runs like a swiss watch

5/ 5

Lovely staff runs like a swiss watch

Tony Ryde

4 Google Rating

Good club do not agree with paying for the wi/fi

4/ 5

Good club do not agree with paying for the wi/fi

John Harrison

3 Google Rating

In truth the sites are all ok, nothing spectacular but ok, unfortunately whilst probably price match

3/ 5

In truth the sites are all ok, nothing spectacular but ok, unfortunately whilst probably price matched to competition they are expensive.

Nick Higgett

4 Google Rating

Great base for city but watch out for road diversion while flood works taking place. Check the websi

4/ 5

Great base for city but watch out for road diversion while flood works taking place. Check the website for details.

Mark Saunders

3 Google Rating

Great location let down by severely regimented pitches. Very over priced, they are obviously cashing

3/ 5

Great location let down by severely regimented pitches. Very over priced, they are obviously cashing in on the location/proximity to York.

Charlie Cotterill

4 Google Rating

Lov being back missed being away so much.

4/ 5

Lov being back missed being away so much.

terry browne

5 Google Rating

Lovely Wardens. Very well kept site. Well done everyone.

5/ 5

Lovely Wardens. Very well kept site. Well done everyone.

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