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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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Anita C wrote a review Sep 2020
1 contribution1 helpful vote
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 Kingdom128 contributions58 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
3 contributions
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
Björn wrote a review Jul 2019
Garelochhead, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
Myself and my wife, decided to stop at this site short notice whilst after being no longer able to deal with the A1(M). The ability to book online is a real bonus and was fast and easy to do. We arrived at the site at 2130 to find the gate locked, however this was not an issue as there is a doorbell and a member of the sites team was quickly able to open it for us. The site itself is lovely and quite, with clean shower facilities, water and electric hookup. There is also washing up and drive in waste disposal available. The staff were helpful and friendly, even given are late arrival. I would recommend this site to anyone wanting a quite stopover on there journey.
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Date of stay: July 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
BobsPinkJumper wrote a review Jun 2019
Manchester, United Kingdom25 contributions37 helpful votes
We camped at burrows park for 4 nights and found the site to be in a good location, tidy and well maintained. It was quiet and peaceful (we were not disturbed by the garage), and the pitch sizes were generous. The facilities were adequate, and I found the ladies shower/toilet area clean and well presented. I also found the bathroom a good addition with having 2 children to bathe at night. My daughters were also very fond of looking out for the wildlife around the site, especially the rabbits! Had it not been for the over zealous site warden Graham I would not have hesitated to rate this site 5. Graham however is one of those people who lets their responsibilities go to their head and in turn becomes a little power mad tyrant. We arrived back to the camp site after a long day in York at approximately 21:30, tired and with 2 young children in the back ready for bed, to find Graham had put a metal bar up blocking our access onto the site. He approached us with a wagging finger, aggressively stated that this had been put up because my husband had been speeding and the site has a strict 5mph speed limit. He reported that two people had complained, pointed their caravans out to us (coincidentally they were his neighbors) and claimed that he was going to "bar us" from accessing the site and implied that we were not welcome there. My husband had to apologise TWICE, as we genuinely thought this man was not going to let us back to our tent for the night, yet Graham would not accept this and was relentless with his abuse, continuing to scold and even threaten us with the police on one occasion. I honestly do not know what he wanted from us at that time! Now, I was with my husband on each occasion he drove, and fortunately we also have a dashcam. Which not only recorded Grahams absurd tirade on camera, but also recorded our speed. Although we did not record every journey (our battery went flat one morning and he wanted to conserve power), according to the dashcam the fastest my huband unintentionally went on one occasion was 8mph. Admittedly this is faster than 5mph, but it is not the excessive breakneck speed that Graham was implying, therefore I do not understand why he could not have waited until he saw us the next morning and approached us in a calmer and more polite manner to bring it to our attention. I would also like to add that during our time before, and after this confrontation, we saw several cars clearly going much faster than us, but Graham did not have the same approach with them, thus making us feel singled out. As a family we generally camp a few times every year and we have been all over the country, and yet we have never had any complaints about our conduct and we have certainly NEVER been made to feel so unwelcome in any camp site like we did here. At the time I wanted to pack up the next day and cut our time there short. However my husband went to talk to Luke site manager the following morning, who apologised on Grahams behalf and assured my husband that he would speak to him. My husband stated he was satisfied with both the apology and Lukes resolution and so we ended up staying, however the whole event undoubtedly made us feel us feel awkward and marred our remaining time there. I have rated this as 3 as overall we liked the camp site and the site manager was approachable, but unfortunately the site warden let it down.
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Date of stay: May 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
5 Helpful votes
United KingdomEnglandYorkshireNorth YorkshireGreat Ouseburn
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Frequently Asked Questions about Burrows Park
Which popular attractions are close to Burrows Park?
Nearby attractions include Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens (4.1 miles), Minskip Farm Shop (4.3 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 Aldwark Arms, The Masons - Hopperton, and New Basil.
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 Hall, Gallery and Gardens (4.1 miles).
Is Burrows Park accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.