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Skinningrove, Redcar and Cleveland, England, United Kingdom, TS13 4AP

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Gravel surface, popular with dogs and walkers, chippy and general store just round the corner.
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Review by: regius
Visit date: Sep 2020
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Could have been a great spot were it not for the Sewerage pumping station at the back of the carpark (mcvans park next to it) which kicks in at random times during the night & is noisy. U can sleep, just. Outflow doesn't actually smell but ruins a really picturesque bay. Car park is illuminated at night. Late night revellers were noisy (Sunday night) but no harm done. Village is struggling. Shop & chippy not open (Sun). Room for 6 vans at back. Free. Rubbish bin. Locals friendly. Beach lovely.
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Review by: spenonline
Visit date: Aug 2020
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Closed all fenced off !
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Review by: teamsbt
Visit date: Jul 2020
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Stayed here on a Saturday night.
Great little car park for a night's stay and access to the beach and Cleveland Way. It's busy with walkers but quiet overnight.
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Review by: SharonC38
Visit date: Jul 2020
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Brilliant place to stay and ended up staying 2 nights. Flat pitch, wonderful beach just past the jetty and right next to the Cleveland way. We walked along the Cleveland Way towards Saltburn and pasted a fanhouse which was part of the mining history of the area. Toilets in village very clean and currently open from 10 till 4, there is also a shop. Bins on site. Unfortunately the chip shop has not yet reopened.
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Review by: Karengoold
Visit date: Jul 2020
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We parked up early afternoon intending to stay but by 6.30pm there were so many people particularly youths still milling around that we decided against it. Also it appears that whoever had parked up before us had emptied their portaloo on the grassy verge behind us and the smell was eye watering. On a positive note, the beach was lovely and the toilet block beautifully clean albeit only open until 4pm. Very popular with dog owners, many of whom didnt pick up on the path down to the beach unfortunately. Disappointing after reading all the good reviews. Would be a lovely place if people respected it.
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Review by: nickilee
Visit date: Jul 2020
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13 .1 . 20 cracked n little cove good beach & great for walking dogs...didn't stay over night but we will be back ...Nicki & Lee ..
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Review by: gilbert100
Visit date: Jul 2020
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Stayed 1 night in the car park, nice and quiet in the evening but very busy during the day.
Local man told us the gravel boatyard is closed due to covid 19 but is ok to stay usually.
Locals friendly and hospitable.
Fabulous beach to the left 5 minute walk. Fishing off the jetty is popular.
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Review by: smellybob
Visit date: Mar 2020
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Stayed here for 2 nights ,nice and quiet in the evening ,pleasant sound of the sea . We had 4 dogs with us and this was perfect for easy access to the beach and the cleveland way .we had a nice walk down to staithes (5mile each way)along the cliff tops .we were the only motorhome at night ,but the place was busy with dog walkers all day .would definitely stay again
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Review by: Duncanp
Visit date: Feb 2020
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Stopped here on a Sunday, no chippie but worse only pub in the village closed, well sheltered spot, good nights sleep.
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Review by: EileenM
Visit date: Jan 2020
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Absolutely loved this location. Not a “picture post card” village, but chocked full of character. Fabulous long beach to the north of the harbour. The loos, as already described are very clean. Dramatic cliffs that show coastal errosion in all its reality. I was particularly struck by how only just a few miles away and just out of sight is what many might see as the eyesore that is the industrial heartland of the Tees estuary. Hubbie was a little miffed that the fish and chip shop only opens at lunchtime during the winter, except for Friday tea, so he didnt get his Saturday night chippy tea. Just one more excellent reason to come back........
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Review by: cwilson9519
Visit date: Dec 2019
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middle aged couple with dogs
Stopped here for new years eve, 1 night. nice walk along the beach for the dogs. carpark is very busy up to 5pm and after was quite apart from young lads coming and going during the night in cars occasionally.
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Review by: minicooper
Visit date: Aug 2019
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We stayed overnight on a Monday. Everything great until just after midnight when a number of cars with youths arrived in the carpark to have a party! After a bang on the motorhome we decided to move on. We obviously startled them when we started the engine and the vehicles lights came on - they left pretty quickly. Needless to say we won’t return.
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Review by: MissDaisy69
Visit date: Apr 2019
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Excellent stopover, peaceful and so lovely to be near the sea. Lovely walk and a good clean beach. Toilets facilities also kept in good order. Definitely would stay again. Postcode TS13 4AP
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Review by: tribute680
Visit date: Apr 2019
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Great little stop over, lots of dog walkers but can't complain as our little mutt absolutely loved it here, great beach to left passed pier, bit of a rumble from pumping station but didn't bother us.
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Review by: cjw3928
Visit date: Nov 2018
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Stayed last night, very peaceful. The pumping station does rumble from time to time, didn't bother us. Would defo stay again, right next to the sea
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Review by: land250
Visit date: Oct 2018
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Great location. We stayed over Saturday-Sunday. The car park was fairly busy during the day time, as it’s a popular spot for dog walkers and families alike. The evening was quiet, with just one other motorhome and a campervan. Fish & chip shop round the corner - sadly closed when I went round at 7pm so I cant report on that! Ironstone Mining Museum looks well worth a visit, but we ran out of time having spent so long watching the seabirds and walking the dogs on the gorgeous sandy beach to the north. Something to do next time!
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Review by: JanieB
Visit date: Sep 2018
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Stayed 2 nights
Wonderful little spot. Right on the beach. Spectacular cliff top walks on the Cleavland way. Dog walkers paradise.
Would definitely stay here again. Pub in the village approx 10 mins away. Fish and chip shop 2 mins, and a great little snack bar 1 min. The toilets have just been refurbished, and are immaculate.
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Review by: debbietodd
Visit date: Jul 2018
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Couldn’t recommend this place enough we parked our caravan opposite the car park where the boats are as car park was chocca. We asked a few locals who said tuck it in you should be fine. There’s public toilets a little shop and chippy, a park and an ironstone mine. 2 adults, 2 kids and a dog we could have stayed here a fortnight beaches are amazing g, kids swimming in the sea. Best place we have stayed so far.
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Review by: rebeccahewson
Visit date: Apr 2018
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reading the previous reviews we were unsure what to expect however it is a lovely little spot. Yes the village is a little underwhelming but we came for the view and a quiet night and that is what we got. the beach to the left of the car park is beautiful.
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Review by: woledneps
Visit date: Feb 2018
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Following the earlier reviews, I found I was a bit disappointed. The village before the stop was shabby and unappealing. The stop itself is certainly popular with dog walkers, as evidenced by the large amounts of dog waste lying around. We parked next to the large building to get a bit of shelter from the winf, only to find it was the sewage outfall pumping station and made a noise all night.
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Review by: flash69
Visit date: Sep 2017
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I agree with the review below. A little gem. Lots of dog walkers in the morning so don't expect a lay-in. The chip shop is first rate and highly recommended.
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Review by: nigelwhittaker
Visit date: Jun 2017
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Skinningrove is a great place if you are wanting to get away from it all to wild camp. The parking area is crushed stone and is fairly level. The parking area looks onto Skinningrove beach which is a small sandy bay. If you walk along the footpath towards the groyne you will pas through the stone walls of What used to be a bridge onto the groyne. Once through the old bridge you will see the hidden beauty of Cattersty sands. This beautiful sandy beach is a real gem. The beach is used by local dog walkers. This sandy beach is a secluded beauty not known to many who are not local. Skinningrove is a village that is not commercially awake yet! It's facilities include Moonfleet, a pub/ hotel which I have yet to see open. A Methodist church, a small general store and a fish and chip shop. If you walk, or drive away from the parking area back towards the main road, on the left you will find KasKane. The owners have three letting holiday cottages which are located on the site of the former ironstone mine stables. Next door they have a wonderful cafe/bar which is dog friendly. The food is wholesome, tasty, freshly cooked and terrific value for money.
Skinningrove is on the Cleveland Way footpath and is home to the Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum which is also well worth a visit.
Although on many people's list of places to pass by Skinningrove and Cattersty Sands are in my humble opinion a hidden gem of the East Coast.
My advice would be to visit it before it becomes well known.
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