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#2994 - 21/01/08 03:01 PM Looking for camping options
Jim Greig Offline

Registered: 31/10/05
Posts: 72
Loc: Manchester
I am planning my schedule where I hope to camp or YHA in 7 days.

First few days to Kildale are not an issue. However, end of day 4 and 6 are not clear.

Does anyone know of any campsites near Saltburn of Skinningrove to end day 4 from Kildale?

Also looking for campsite near Cloughton Newlands to end day 6 from Whitby.


#2995 - 24/01/08 06:05 PM Re: Looking for camping options
flatlands Offline
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Registered: 04/06/07
Posts: 496
There is a Caravan Park at Saltburn called Hazelgrove, but I don't think tents are allowed, you could always check on this. There is more sites after Skinningrove at Staithes and Hinderwell, this would make it a longer day, but can be done. There is a campsite in Burniston called the White cabin, you can come off the Cleveland Way at Crook Ness or walk along the RailTrail at Hayburn Wyke.

[This message has been edited by flatlands (edited 25 January 2008).]

#46711 - 08/05/09 09:58 PM Re: Looking for camping options [Re: Jim Greig]
scottie2 Offline
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Registered: 05/05/09
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when we did it we camped right on the cliff tops above Skinningrove,near the sculpture ring,

#46720 - 09/05/09 07:40 PM Re: Looking for camping options [Re: Jim Greig]
marathon paul Offline
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Registered: 09/05/09
Posts: 1
Loc: United Kingdom
could you let me have details of youre campsites up to and including kildale please,i`m doing it in august and finding sites hard to find for my first night,i`m hoping to stay near boltby.

#46774 - 11/05/09 08:18 PM Re: Looking for camping options [Re: marathon paul]
rockwalker Offline
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Registered: 18/11/04
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Loc: sheffield yorkshire, gods own...
hi paul why dont you use the camping barn at kildale its got good facilities and its dry
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#47267 - 28/05/09 09:45 AM Re: Looking for camping options [Re: marathon paul]
flatlands Offline
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There is no camping anywhere in the Boltby area, Paradise Farm ceased camping years ago, unless you wild-camped on the Drover's Road with discreet care. The best option in my opinion is start from Helmsley to Sutton Bank, camp at the Hambleton Inn. Then walk to Osmotherley for Cote Ghyll. Again a spatted choice of sites upto Kildale, Lord's Stone Cafe, Beak Hill's, maybe Holme Farm, and nothing between Clay bank and Kildale, making it a long walk of 21 miles. This is where the bivvy tent comes in on it's own.

#48681 - 16/07/09 12:10 PM Re: Looking for camping options [Re: flatlands]
matlock Offline
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Registered: 04/01/07
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You can camp at the farm with the camping barn too. There is a campsite at Slapewith and then there is a 17 mile day to Runswick Bay. You can also camp on the Caravan site at Whitby if you are doing the Cleveland Way, then plenty of sites at Robin Hoods Bay, Scarborough and Filey.


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