The caravan site at Upwood Holiday Park is a large, open-spaced site with a choice of caravan pitches, camping pods and trailers to stay in. The site is located on high ground at the top of the hill looking over the valley of Worth.
Haworth is one of the best touristy destinations in the North of England, in the Yorkshire region. It is full of proper English history, sights to see, attractions, nightlife and big events take place throughout the year. The area is surrounded by country side and not far from the city centre of Bradford and Leeds. Other towns nearby include Keighley and Skipton, which are also worth visiting during your stay at this site.
There is enough things to do within the local area and it’s surroundings that people could easily stay here for a week and still not be able to fit everything in.
Why You Should Stay at This Caravan Park
It is a well-accommodating site with many options of pitches that cater to all needs. The site is local to loads of different hotspots which include Haworth, Keighley, Hebden Bridge, Bradford and Leeds. You have the best of both in this area- the countryside and thriving towns/cities.
Caravan Park Facilities
The site is big and on an open field, surrounded by the view of the Worth Valley and dales. It has everything from a pool room to a restaurant. So staying on this site is a comfortable and stimulating experience.
Onsite bar & restaurant. The restaurant stays open into the evening and has a decent menu of varying meals with options suitable for kids too. The bar has all the standard drinks including lager, beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks, and includes cask ales from local breweries.
An indoor children’s play area, which is located in the same building as the restaurant.
There is also a children’s playground outside.
The site also has a brand new Healing Lodge where visitors can book a massage session and other therapeutic sessions. Such sessions include various body massages, spiritual healing, and holistic therapy. Find out more about Upwood Healing here!
Pool tables in the room next door to the restaurant. Challenge your friends and family to a game of pool for entertainment in the evening.
There is a convenience store in the centre next to the check in reception. You can get all the essentials you need from here.
The visitor centre is where the check-in reception and restaurant is. Tourist information can be found here.
The toilet block includes men’s and women’s and disabled toilets, as well as hot showers and sinks outside for washing up dishes.
Caravan Holiday Park Accommodation:
We will now see what kind of accommodation this holiday park offers- from the option to bring your own van, to staying in a proper yurt:
Caravans/camping. The pitches are mostly on grassed areas. The luxury camping pods are perfect for a couple’s retreat.
Static holiday vans. Static trailers can be hired and even bought.
Mongolian yurts. Stay in a Mongolian yurt which includes a log burner and TV.
Residential Park Homes. Situated near the front of the site, these homes are perfect for your dream retirement home.
The Quarry Bank House. A lovely cottage with upstairs and downstairs, sleeping up to 6 people.
If you want to learn more about the accommodation at Upwood Holiday Park, then click here to view more details on booking and prices.
Things To Do And Places To Visit in The Area
Photo of Wuthering Hieghts taken by Aiden Dawson
Upwood Caravan Holiday Park is in an ideal location for the great country escape, and it’s also good for a fun weekend of partying and activities for people of all ages.
Haworth. The town of Haworth is just 5 minutes from the caravan site. The town rests on the valley side and is home to the famous Bronte Sisters Museum and the famous Bronte Cemetery. It’s high street runs up and down a steep bank and is thriving with quirky gift shops, coffee shops and cafes, bars and restaurants and pubs. The nightlife here is really good.
Wuthering Heights. The famous Wuthering Heights from one of the Bronte novels sits on a bleak and remote moorland, which offers a great brisk circular walk from Haworth.
Keighley. A large town about 15 minutes drive up north from the site. It has it’s own attractions including the famous bus museum and Devon Park.
Photo of locomotive at Oxenhope taken by Aiden Dawson
Oxenhope. Catch a vintage steam locomotive from Oxenhope station and ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley railway.
Hebden Bridge. A small town about 30 minutes drive down south from the site. It is renowned for art and culture, with plenty of museums and studios to visit. The major canal also runs through here, with plenty of great walks on the canal side.
Check out their page here to learn about other nearby attractions worth visiting in the area.
Overall, this caravan park is designed to accommodate visitors of all needs and requirements. Accessibility at the site includes the following:
Disabled toilet facilities, which are located at the main toilet block.
Wheelchair friendly pathways and surfaces throughout the site. The site is all on a flat ground too. The restaurant, bar and reception building have ramps for easy access.
There’s a bus stop right outside the entrance to the site. People can catch a bus to Haworth and other nearby locations.
Option of grassed pitches as well as pitches on hard graveled surfaces.
Open space and plenty of it.
At the healing lodge, there are a vast range of therapy sessions that can be easily booked and are perfect for treating stress, anxiety and helping people on holiday to feel more relaxed.
Pitches are separated so people staying can feel a sense of privacy.
Dog-friendly, so people can bring their family pets along, there is plenty of walks around the area to go for dog walks.
Restaurant onsite that does vegan-friendly options as well as gluten-free. Allergy information can be found on their menus too.
There is something for everyone to do, including a children’s soft play area indoors, and pool tables too.
The shop near the reception area is easily accessible.
Decent, free Wi-Fi and phone signal.
Plenty of space for people to leave their cars next to their pitches.
If you are interested in staying in this area, then please visit the caravan site’s website here.
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QAre campfires/barbecues permitted on the site?
You can have barbecues and small fire pits outside but they are not allowed inside any of the heated pods, glamping huts, or yurts.
QIs the bar/restaurant open everyday?
The bar is open all year round Wednesday & Thursday (5pm - 10pm), Friday (4pm-12am), Saturday (12pm-12am), and Sunday (12pm-10pm), and during peak times the bar has increased opening times. Check the website for more details.
QAre the yurts, pods and static trailers dog friendly?
You can bring your dog to stay in a yurt (but only one large dog or two small dogs). However, dogs are not permitted in the large Mega Pods only. All trailers and caravans/campers can bring dogs to stay on the site.