Fit for a Knight at the round table: Campsite review and discount

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  1. ron eccles says:

    I only live six miles away, so not worth getting the camper out to just go that far. For train enthusiasts, they run on Wednesdays and weekends through the summer. If you are into fell walking, the Three Peaks are close by. A good challenge, 28 miles in 12 hours, I think nowadays, to get the badge. It was tough years ago, but paths have been laid now in places. The nearest hill to the campsite is Pen-y-Gent. It is a circular walk, so park the car in Horton in Ribblesdale and collect when you return. No need to catch a bus back to it. If anybody watched the series, Jerusalem, on TV recently, you can see the Ribblehead Viaduct that the program was based around. I could go on, but of course I am biased, living there.

  2. Edwina Ivison says:

    Can I ask are the caravan electric pitches hard standing and can you also use an awning (again on hard standing).

    • Liz @ Caravan Guard says:

      The majority of pitches are hard standing and I believe you can use an awning. If you give them a call on 01729 822200 or drop them an email: [email protected] they will be able to confirm and answer your questions.

  3. Julie Tanner says:

    Is there any fully serviced pitches, are dogs welcome in the touring park (and in the holiday homes for non owning friends) and how far to walk to nearest pub etc?

    • Liz @ Caravan Guard says:

      Hi Julie
      The majority of pitches have electric and water, but no waste facilities.
      Dogs are welcome on the park, providing they are kept on a lead.
      And the nearest pub is on site – The Knights Table. The next nearest pub is about a 10-15 minute walk.
      Hope this helps?

  4. Brett Cooper says:

    Fantastic campsite, we had a great time when we were there with the Caravan Guard team!

  5. Rices says:

    Very good article, makes me want to go there. Would have appreciated a note on local transport,

  6. Paul Baines says:

    You didn’t mention that it’s very close to the Settle to Carlisle railway line, generally believed to be one of the most spectacular in the country. If you’re really lucky you’ll see a steam train. They use it regularly during the summer for day trips!

    • Liz @ Caravan Guard says:

      Yes you’re right Paul – sorry about that. We were lucky to see a steam train pass in an earlier visit!

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