Boroughbridge C&CC Site, Bar Lane, Boroughbridge, YO51 9LS, Tel 014233226883

To Find Site:- Leave A1(M) at junction 48 and take first exit at end of slip road. Continue to next roundabout and take first left signed to Roecliffe. Continue along this road passing Alexanders car dealership on the right and the site is about a hundred meters further on also on the right, look out for the flag pole. No arrivals before 1.00pm.

This site is on the opposite side of the A1(M) to the small Yorkshire town of Boroughbridge and is open all year. The River Ure, which is navigable, borders one side of the site. This site is prone to flooding and the site is designed to cope with this as all but the pitches are not protected. There are 95 pitches in total. They are spread over three pitching areas with one which is all grass pitches and the other two a mix of grass and hardstandings. On the non grass sections there are grit roads which can be a bit dusty when it’s windy. There are 34 hardstandings, either on a gravel or solid concrete base all with electrics. All other pitches are on grass and will be a mix of with or without electric hook-up. Electric points are convenient to all pitches which have an electric supply. They are rated at 16 amps and use CEE17 blue connectors. There are a couple of fresh and waste water points dotted around the site but the only chemical emptying point is at the facility block which makes it a long way from some pitches. The toilet block itself is of a very nice standard and as an enclosed washing up area and a separate laundry.  Near to the exit is a motorhome service point. Reception sells a few essentials and newspapers can be ordered. For children there is an adventure style playground and plenty of space for ball games away from the pitching area. There is also a recreation room with table games and a TV. WiFi is available free of charge and there is a good 4G signal on site. TV reception was fine using a directional aerial. Given the proximity of the A1(M) there is an almost constant hum of traffic noise.

This is a handy site for those travelling north to south as junction 48 on the A1(M) is just over a mile away. Boroughbridge is worth a visit and about a mile walk from the site and is worth a visit with plenty of places to eat. At the southern end of the town is a Morrison’s supermarket. There are plenty of opportunities for exploring further afield with York and Ripon being within easy reach.

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