Ugthorpe Lodge Caravan Park

Quiet and Peaceful Family-Friendly Caravan Park near Whitby, North Yorkshire

mob: 07804 895165
tel: 01947 840518

Seasonal Touring

On the edge of the North York Moors National Park, within easy reach of Whitby, the Esk Valley and the picturesque coastline.

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Ugthorpe Lodge Caravan Park, Whitby

Permanent Holiday Homes

A quiet, family-friendly holiday home park in easy reach of the North Yorkshire coast, North York Moors and Esk Valley.

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Ugthorpe Lodge Caravan Park, Whitby

Ugthorpe Lodge Caravan Park - One of the Yorkshire Coast’s Premier Touring and Holiday Home Caravan Sites

2021 Seasonal Touring

Seasonal Touring hard standing pitches available. Contact the Park on T: 07804895165…

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Dear Residents, due to national restrictions I can confirm the park will be closed until Friday 19th March 2021. You are welcome to check on your caravan Saturday the 9th of January 10am - 12noon.
Please note all services will be turned off. If you have any further issues please do not hesitate to contact the park T: 07804895165.

We apologise for any inconvenience.


Ugthorpe Lodge Caravan Park is situated just off the A171, a stone’s throw from the picturesque fishing port of Whitby on the North Yorkshire coastline.

This family-friendly touring and static caravan park is within easy reach of many local attractions such as the Esk Valley, the North York Moors National Park with its wonderful steam railway, the beautiful coastal villages of Sandsend and Robin Hood’s Bay and everything else that North Yorkshire has to offer!

A park known for its peaceful atmosphere, Ugthorpe Lodge Caravan Park is open to campers, tourers, seasonal tourers and holiday home owners eight months per year. It has been owned and personally managed by 3 generations of the Stainsby family for over 55 years and is the ideal base for a relaxing break in a wonderful area of the country.

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