The Boroughbridge Campsite is just off the A1 in North Yorkshire and sits right next to the River Ure.
Boroughbridge campsite is a little further north of Harrogate in West Yorkshire. It is run by the Camping and Caravanning Club.
Getting to the campsite is quite straightforward (especially if you are towing a caravan) as it is just a little way off the A1(M).
The site itself is quite level with a mixture of pitches.
We had a grass pitch that we could just drive into. No reversing with the caravan required 😉
There are a couple of different camping fields.
We were on the main field that’s just behind the toilet block. Then there’s another field with mainly caravans and motorhomes, and then a slightly wilder and grassier field, mainly occupied by tents.
As you would expect at a Camping and Caravanning Club site the facilities were clean and well kept, complete with laundry room, small shop, a play park, and a fish and chip van that visits Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.
To save time on cooking, we decided to use the mobile Fish and Chip Van. This was a very popular choice when we were there on Good Friday. So much so, that we took about an hour queuing! So much for saving time 😉
We had a great stay at Boroughbridge campsite.
The Club’s site WiFi is available. However, as we found, performance isn’t great.
There are a number of hardstanding and grass pitches, with standard club pitches sizes.
Plus there are some more remote areas for camping.
Showers are free.
There are EHUs on both the hard standing and some grass pitches.
The Boroughbridge campsite is open all year.
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