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Lola P.

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Campsites Cleveland Way?
« on: 17:14:07, 10/08/19 »
Hi all,

For the inland section, are there any other options I have missed? Primitive camping is fine. 

We walk 6-10 mile days so the usual stops are a bit far apart for us.

This is what I planned:

1. Helmsley YHA camping
2. High Paradise camping (12mi)
3. Osmotherly B&B (no camping?) (13mi)
4. Lord Stones country park camping (7mi)
5. Park Farm Kildale (10mi)
6. Mangrove Park caravan park (10mi)
7. Saltburn by the sea hotel (5mi)

Also interested in any intermediate spots for food during the day.

Thanks in advance!

bricam2096

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Re: Campsites Cleveland Way?
« Reply #1 on: 17:48:24, 10/08/19 »
On the outskirts of Osmotherley there is a camp site next to the Youth Hostel, or you could get your own room in it.
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Florence Lamb

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Re: Campsites Cleveland Way?
« Reply #2 on: 18:52:19, 10/08/19 »
Iím walking Cleveland Way again later this month. Done it before a few times. I use the campsite at Osmotherly next to Youth Hostel. Thereís also an option to Lord Stones which is very expensive and thatís Beak Hills Farm. Basic but very friendly and will do breakfast and packed lunch if required.  I usually wild camp just beyond Saltburn.

tonyk

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Re: Campsites Cleveland Way?
« Reply #3 on: 20:21:49, 10/08/19 »
Try Bent Rigg Farm,Ravenscar.Very basic but quite adequate for one night and is around five minutes walk from the trail.Also,Hook House farm,Robin Hood's bay.   


 There are plenty of places to wild camp on the coast.