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Overbrook Caravan Park is a friendly, for grown ups caravan park on the outskirts of the picture-postcard village of Thornton-le-Dale in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park.
It is ideal for touring the Vale of Pickering, Newton Dale, Ryedale and the beautiful Yorkshire coastline from Scarborough to Whitby.
You will soon discover nothing is too much trouble for resident owners Natalie and Darren, and why so many of their guests return to Overbrook.
Thornton-le-Dale has a quaint, nostalgic feel with ancient market cross, stocks, thatched cottages and a beck flowing through the village.
It is perfect for a stroll and refreshment stop at one of the tea-rooms or country pubs.
You will soon be relaxed and eager to explore one of the most beautiful and uncrowded places in England.
There‘s moorland and coastal walks, cycling, fishing, golf, touring or a great deal of sightseeing and things to see and do.
Here are the top things to see and do over the coming months!
With thanks to Tourism North Yorkshire website well thought out and informative website.
WWII Experience, UK Homefront and the Frontline Association groups on site over the weekend.
All at Eden camp 10 minutes from Overbrook Caravan Park and a fabulous day out! Click here for more detail.
Spanish Armada Weekend
The year is 1588. The Spanish Armada has been sighted in the channel, and an English fleet has sailed to meet them. Click here for further info.
Birds of Prey
Get up close to hawks and owls with a chance to have a hold too. More Here
WWII Living History Weekend
An incredible weekend of amazing living history with re enactment group portraying WW1 and WW2 Germans and WW2 British troops. Read more here on this amazing weekend.
Medieval Music in the Dales
Medieval Music in the Dales a fabulous long weekend of medieval music-making concerts, workshops, feasting, a medieval market and a gathering of instrument makers from across Europe. Read more here.
In 1461 a family feud over who had the right to be king, later to be known as The War of the Roses, had divided England. Read more here.
‘All Creatures Great and Small’
The TV smash hit in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Why not go an visit the James Herriot Museum where it all began decades ago and revel in its wonderful nostalgia. Read more here from ‘the World of James Herriot Museum’.