West Yorkshire

Hebden Bridge Caravan Club Site

This site is located near to many great walks in The Pennines
This site is located near to many great walks in The Pennines

Contact Details

Address
Hebden Bridge Caravan Club Site
Cragg Vale
Hebden Bridge
West Yorkshire
HX7 5RU
Tel 01422 882531
Web www.caravanclub.co.uk

Tuesday, 02, Jul 2013 10:48

In West Yorkshire, the Caravan Club's Hebden Bridge site is a peaceful and serene holiday location with a nearby stream and large trees providing a lovely rural ambience to the environment. Located close to the Pennines, it is a great place to go for cyclists and walkers, while for something more relaxing why not take a cruise along the region's canals with Bronte Boats.

A relatively small site with 45 pitches, Hebden Bridge is open to members and non-members and offers both grass and hardstanding plots. Facilities are fairly limited and there is no toilet block, but waste disposal is provided and pets are welcome. A bus stop is nearby and golfers and anglers will be pleased with the local offerings.

A great value site, pitch fees at Hebden Bridge start at £4.60 per night and rise to £6.30 in peak weeks. Adults are charged between £3.90 and £5.25 depending on the time of year, while for children it costs between £1.10 and £1.85.

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