Cayton Village CMC Site, Mill Lane, Cayton Bay, Scarborough, YO11 3NN, Tel 01723583171

To Find Site:- Take A64 towards Scarborough, at roundabout take B1261 towards Filey. In Cayton village turn left into Mill Lane. (Signed) The site is about 100 metres on the left.


Cayton Village was previously a commercial campsite until purchased by the CMC in 2017. This is a very large site split between two sections. We first visited the site in 2019 when it was much the same as before the Club took it over. Since then, the site has undergone a major refurbishment. On the main site there are now 99 pitches, all but six are hardstandings. Of the hardstanding pitches 26 are serviced, 3 are Premium serviced pitches and the rest are standard hardstandings. On the upper site there are a further 106 hardstanding pitches, 10 serviced pitches, 3 premium serviced, 7 dedicated to tent use and the rest are standard hardstandings. Each section has a large new toilet block, both with open grid  motorhome service points. There are water/waste/CEP points dotted around the site but some pitches are some way from these points and given the recent refurbishment it is disappointing that there is not at least an extra service point in each section? Electric bollards are convenient to all pitches and are rated at 16 amps and use CEE17 blue connectors. The bollards are the new type which trip the supply when disconnected and there are illustrated instructions to show how to reconnect when you re-plug in. Unfortunately, there are no Co-Ax TV connections. We got a reasonable signal with rooftop aerial but did experience some picture breakup. For younger children there is a rather nice adventure style playground on the main site and on the upper section there is a netting enclosed basket-ball pitch. Next to Reception is a well-stocked shop selling most essentials. There is also a small games/TV room next door. Currently this is the only access to WiFi on site via a hotspot. The Club are currently upgrading their WiFi offer across the network but eventually there will be site wide access. You can use your phone data allowance to connect to the internet but we found both 02 and EE difficult at our particular pitch, maybe because it was in a bit of a dip? The site offers several different types of static accommodation under the “Experience Freedom” brand, this option can be booked online. Cooked Food vendors are also available on site on certain days, reception will have details.

 This site is ideally situated between the resorts of Scarborough and Filey. It is a short walk into Cayton Village where there are a couple of convenience stores plus a pub and fish and chip shop. There is also a rather nice restaurant come coffee shop called the “The Farrier”  which we used for coffee. For a larger shop there is a Morrisons about 2 miles away.  There are excellent bus links from the immediately outside the site entrance to Scarborough one way and Filey and Bridlington in the other direction. From Scarborough there are also bus and train services across a wider area. Whilst the main attraction of this site will be the ease of access to the coast, Cayton Bay only a mile away, it could also serve as a good base for touring this part of Yorkshire. Castle Howard is about 25 miles away.

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