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Stump Cross Caverns

Authorised motorhome parking day or night - no services


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Greenhow Hill, North Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, HG3 5JL

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Stump Cross Caverns is one of Britain's premier show caves, located in Nidderdale on the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Park your motorhome at weekends on the hard standing at Stump Cross, with fabulous hilltop views across the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The café is open during the day for breakfast and lunch but you must have your own power, toilet and washing facilities to pitch overnight.
There is no charge for the pitch but we ask that you book a cave entry ticket and/or table reservation as part of your stay. Max stay 3 nights (Friday to Monday)



359m above sea level

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Review by: jhamby
Visit date: Aug 2020
Unit type: Campervan
What a gem of a place!! We absolutly would recommend this place for a stop over although we didnt stay over on this occasion 16/08/2020 we certainly enjoyed the caverns and lunch was resonably priced, delicious, wholesome and plentiful and everyone was so friendly. The area for parking was level and would have fantastic views on a clear day unlike today with low clouds and fog. We booked the visit on line and booked the table for lunch at the same time as slots get booked up quickly.
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Review by: clarke6860
Visit date: Aug 2020
Unit type: Motorhome under 7m
Stayed overnight after visiting these fantastic caves. We emailed in advance to check it was ok to stay. You need to be self sufficient as the toilets are closed overnight. We were made very welcome and shown the best place to park. The gates are closed overnight so you feel secure, however it was explained how we could leave the site in the case of an emergency. The setting is beautiful and really quiet overnight. It is expected that you visit the caves or eat in the cafe to stay here.
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