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Burrows Park

Back Lane, Great Ouseburn YO26 9SG England
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Overview: Set in the scenic village of Great Ouseburn in North Yorkshire, Burrows Park is the ideal location to escape the everyday hustle and bustle and take life at a slower pace. Located in the Vale of York between the cities of York and Harrogate, Burrows Park is a hidden gem with all the amenities you will need- making it the perfect place to relax and unwind. 67 Spacious pitches for tourers.
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Tickers wrote a review Sept 2023
Southend-on-Sea, United Kingdom105 contributions16 helpful votes
Hidden down a small track this place is a hidden gem! Kirsty was brilliant and let me print off some important documents in the office!. Shower, toilet, wash up, Elsan and grey waste facilities are spotlessly clean and the pitches level. Site overall is very quiet. There are RAF bases nearby so be prepared for the odd plane going over. Park a little forward on each pitch away from the trees to avoid the pigeons poo and nuts dropping on your roof. !
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Date of stay: September 2023
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Room Tip: Park a little forward of the trees to avoing bird poo and debris falling on your roof.
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Helen H wrote a review Aug 2023
Driffield, United Kingdom2578 contributions360 helpful votes
First time here and we were not disappointed. Lovely rural location, with plenty of space and quiet. Toilet block was great:showers, toilets and a separate bath. Washing up area and a motorhome service point. Bins/rubbish out of sight and secure gates with codes made sure we were safe on an evening. Met loads of friendly holidaymakers here who come back often....so a good recommendation. 
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Date of stay: August 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Neenabecks wrote a review Apr 2023
Cheshire64 contributions23 helpful votes
It's not the easiest place to find but it really is down that skinny no through road by the church! Once there everything was fine. Facilities adequate and clean. Staff helpful. Church bells stop dinging at night happily!
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Date of stay: April 2023
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Savana S wrote a review Feb 2023
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Stayed for two nights and couldnt find any kind of fault, beautiful location, immaculate facilities, welcome pack was really useful, secure, extremely well kept, beyond helpful staff, great pitches, would pay double the price to go again, literally not 1 thing to pick at, the icing on the cake for us though was the bath! Would jump at the chance to stay again, thank you so much for such a faultless weekend x
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Date of stay: February 2023
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Alex H wrote a review Aug 2022
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After nearly 10 years of camping in our small campervan this site definitely ranks in the top 5 not to return too. Poorly signposted on arrival so missed the turning and ended up down a potholed country road. No site map or any member of staff to direct us to our pitch on arrival so we had to find our pitch ourselves. We booked an electric pitch but our 25m (!!) cable wasn’t long enough to reach the hook up point. We have never had this issue before. Thankfully some kind pitch neighbours helped us out in the absence of any staff. It was just under a 1km round trip to the toilets/showers/washing up point!!! I recorded it on Strava - haha! Why position all the camping/touring pitches the furthest distance away from the facilities when they are the ones that are going to need them the most? All the seasonal pitches (those which usually have their own facilities from my experience) were positioned closest. There was an eco toilet next to our pitch but it was “out of order”. It would have made such a difference to our stay if this had been accessible. There were also NO lights at all anywhere on the site except at the entrance by the facilities which we were not expecting and not great from a personal safety point of view. The site is clean and tidy but be prepared for a VERY basic stay.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Fiona S wrote a review Aug 2022
London99 contributions29 helpful votes
An interesting place, it’s really more of a seasonal pitch /storage place rather than a campsite as such. The man when we arrived wasn’t rude but he wasn’t welcoming either and didn’t explain where the pitch was or how much space we had. We were in the rally field which was a long way from the facilities and whilst they were clean, there are quite small compared to the size of the site.. it’s expensive for what it is and whilst there was nothing actually wrong with the place, we won’t be heading back.
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Date of stay: August 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Daveygrohl wrote a review May 2021
Yorkshire Dales National Park, United Kingdom350 contributions225 helpful votes
We were regular visitors to this site but it has gone significantly downhill during the last year. During Covid they had an illegal gathering/festival with a singer and a band. This is clearly written about on the village Facebook page. The wardens and their neighbours can only be described as militant and are so rude. When speaking to the site owners about them they just accept that they behave this way and do nothing about them. They rule when you can use the toilet and as mentioned in other reviews they shut them down completely instead of closing a bit at a time. They threw my teenage daughter out of the toilets as they told her she wasn’t old enough to go in on her own. Ludicrous.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Anita C wrote a review Sept 2020
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Everything seemed like too much trouble. 1st you had to have a code to get in the park which was fine but it was needing a code to use the toilets and wash facilities that seems bizarre. After a 5 minute walk to the toilet block from the rally field were the tents are you are expected then to use a code to get access. The walk during the day is fine for a stroll but when you are desperate and it's dark & wet it's not fun at allA family member forgot the code and asked the warden who at first seemed reluctant to tell it to my family member when they asked. They lock all the toilets twice a day for an hour. Now logic would work here that you clean the main toilets allowing access to the disabled or bathroom and visa versa but no thats now allowed. We had 3 children who were desperate for the toilet and we were barked at "no you can't use them they are shut" which resulted us having to drive to a local supermarket to go to the toilet. For the amount of people there was insufficient toilets and showers. They were kept clean but the shower wall behind the door was dirty in the female toilets. It had rained prior to our visit and the access to the rally field was very muddy and one of the cars got stuck, the warden said that there was nothing they could do and no one helped, eventually the car did get out but you had to drive slightly over the 5mph speed limit with people tutting and sighing at you. There was a compost toilet in the rally field which was always locked they did open it at some point in the night however this was surrounded by people's tents and camper vans so you couldn't really access it. I got the impression that the site was a residential or semi residential site and our very presence iratated the locals. The other people in the tents also had similar experiences and were unhappy at how they were treated. The site has the potential to be a nice site the facilities the unhelpful wardens spoil it. I definitely won't be going back.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Martin wrote a review Aug 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom136 contributions61 helpful votes
The campsite is accessed down a muddy track to the rear of houses and workshops. You have to phone the warden to come and open the gate to access the site, site security was good however. The only facilities we saw was a small toilet/ shower block (2 showers each for M & F) The token acknowledgment of Covid was hand gel out side the block. The facilities were cleaned several times a day and showers were hot. Both the warden and lady who cleaned the shower block were very pleasant. Other than the quiet location and access to the nearby vineyard ( local pub closed down, looked as though had been empty for a long time) nothing there and certainly not worth £33/night for a small campervan with awning.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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John T wrote a review Dec 2019
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I’m here throughout the week all the time with the dogs, it’s lovely and peaceful all the time except for a bang or two from the garage on site the only thing I would chance/improve would be the track that leads halfway down the field, it’s not long enough or wide enough for the winter months.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Burrows Park
Which popular attractions are close to Burrows Park?
Nearby attractions include Beningbrough (4.6 miles), Dunesforde Vineyard (1.2 miles), and Allerton Castle (3.2 miles).
Is parking available at Burrows Park?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Burrows Park?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Lime Tree Inn, The Dining Room, and The Aldwark Arms.
Is Burrows Park located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.1 miles away from the centre of Great Ouseburn.
Are pets allowed at Burrows Park?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Burrows Park?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Beningbrough (4.6 miles).
Is Burrows Park accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.