Seasonal pitches

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Seasonal touring pitches

Looking for beautiful seasonal touring pitches in North Yorkshire? Spread across 36 acres, St Helens near Scarborough provides our regulars with the ideal home from home.

Enjoy a well-established park, boasting beautiful landscaping and planting schemes with first-class facilities. We’re ideally placed for access to the Yorkshire coast to the east, the Yorkshire Wolds to the south and the North York Moors National Park  to the north.

Spacious and tranquil

We’ve more than 150 dedicated seasonal pitches, all of which have their own power. Some are fully serviced.

The ultimate freedom

A seasonal touring pitch means you can come whenever it suits you. It’s an easy weekend away as you can leave your awning up and have your BBQ at the ready. Seasonal customers have their own access to the park 24/7. Plus their caravans can also be used by immediate family members.

Pride of place

We are delighted how our seasonal customers take real pride in the park. And even more pride in their pitches! Many lay out stunning displays of planters and baskets to complement our own trees, flowers and landscaping.

How long is a season?

Our seasonal contracts last for 11 months from February to December. The only period we are closed is mid-January until mid- February.

Availability 2023

Sadly, we do not have any availability left for 2023. We do however have spaces in our store & stay compound for the remainder of 2023 and the 2024 season. Store & Stay customers are given priority for seasonal pitches, meaning this can be the easiest and quickest way to grab yourself a seasonal pitch –  so email us today about store and stay caravans@wykeham.co.uk

Join our list

Our seasonal pitches are highly sought after. Therefore we have an expression of interest list. If you’d like to be considered for a seasonal pitch, or for more information and pricing, please contact us at caravans@wykeham.co.uk

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