Haworth, West Yorkshire
Pleasantly situated close to the Yorkshire Dales National Park and one mile from Brontë village Haworth and Worth Valley steam railway, with panoramic views over the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Our family owned park is an ideal centre from which to explore the area, whether by car or on foot. The Yorkshire Dales offers some of the best walks in the country for avid and recreational walkers.
Haworth, famous for the literary Brontë sisters, is full of interesting shops, galleries, cafes, inns, museums and restaurants. Facilities for horse riding, golfing and fishing are available close to the village.
Other interesting places to visit are Bradford, fast becoming one of the major tourist cities of the North with its beautiful cathedral, the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, the Industrial Museum, and the Alhambra Theatre. Skipton is an attractive agricultural market town with its castle, open air market, canal cruises and covered Victorian shopping arcade
Upwood Holiday Park is licensed for touring caravans, tents, motor caravans, static holiday caravans and residential homes, electric hook-ups, seasonal pitches and storage for tourers.
Launderette with ironing and dishwashing facilities, large, modern toilet facilities with hair dryers and shaver point, modern toilets for the disabled, games room with pool and table tennis, large, comfortable lounge bar with adjacent children’s room, serving bar snacks, small shop.
Pleasantly situated close to Yorkshire Dales National Park and 1 mile from Bronte village of Haworth and Worth Valley Steam Railway with panoramic views.
Off A629 Keighley to Halifax Road. B6144 Blackmoor Road is first left in 0.75 mile. Upwood is approximately 1 mile on left. Recommended that caravans come in via the Flappit pub.
1st March to 4th January