Pennine View Park borders the Yorkshire Dales National Park and is a great base for walkers. Built on a historic railway goods yard, many of the historical features are still visible. They have converted the railway goods shed into a bar and restaurant that welcomes visitors year round!
There is a mixture of grass and hardstanding pitches that are ideal for campervans and tents. All plots come with an electric connection and internet access. Additionally, there are mountain pods that welcome visitors who want to travel light. These pods are equipped with a mattress, heating, a fridge and kettle, as well as an outdoor area with seating and a BBQ. Pennine View Park is a short 20 minute drive from the Lake District and many surrounding areas of natural beauty in the Pennines.
With many trails and fells a stones throw away, this site is the ideal location for people looking for a central hub of operations whilst on holiday. The site has numerous facilities including a community kitchen space, laundrette, shop and a play area for children. Furthermore, The Engine Shed Bar and Café serves a selection of fresh, locally sourced food and is a popular spot to enjoy the evenings with a good drink.
The park is a 20 minute walk into the centre of Kirkby Stephen and a 5 minute trip to the nearest food shop.
- Disabled facilities;
- Drinking water;
- Laundry facilities;
- Internet access;
- Allows pets;
- Playground for children;
- Near Pub.
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Pennine View Park is fitted with disabled access bathroom facilities and showers.
Additionally, the park has level access through. The main road encircling the park is made of tarmac. Similarly, the hardstanding pitches are gritted with gravel. Grassy areas are flat and kept neat although can become slippery in wet weather. There is a small step up into some of the buildings such as the kitchen and washing up area.
There is public transport access into Kirkby Stephen.
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