About Staithes and the Park
The park is nestled away in the middle of Staithes and is split in half by Staithes beck which can be crossed on foot by a bridge or by car via a ford. The park itself is accessed by a single road leading from Staithes Lane.
The long established park has mainly static caravans but more chalets are in the process of being built and refurbished. We also are one of the few places in staithes that provides free car parking on site.
Just a short five minute walk from our site, is the iconic Staithes harbour, with its famous pubs and scenery which people travel from across the UK and further to see.
The village also plays host too many popular events such as the fantastic fireworks on life boat day and the arts festival.
The village is also situated right on the Cleveland way, that winds along the breath taking cliffs and leads to some of the best beaches in England, such as Runswick Bay and Sandsend.