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Places to Visit and Things to do

View of Bainbridge Lindale Holiday Park is located in Wensleydale in an area of beautiful rolling hills with excellent access to the dales and the moors of Yorkshire. There are many attractions close to Lindale Holiday Park and something to suit all tastes, here is just a selection:

Local Services:

Bedale, an historic market town, is three miles away and has many specialist shops including butchers, bakers, grocers, gift shops and beauty salons. There are five pubs serving local beer including Black Sheep. Some pubs serve food, in addition there are a selection of cafes, restaurants and takeaways.

There are many village pubs in the local area serving excellent food. Maps are provided in the lodges of walks to two of the nearest local pubs, each is around three miles through picturesque country lanes and fields:

View of Aysgarth Falls


The spectacular landscape of the The Yorkshire Dales includes rugged heather-clad moorland, sheltered green dales, limestone scars, rushing rivers and roaring waterfalls. It is a walker’s paradise with over a thousand miles of paths and bridleways within the Yorkshire Dales National Park alone. An excellent collection of short walks in the National Park complete with maps can be found here.

Yorkshire County Council has created an interactive web site which can help you find; Public Rights of Way, Sustrans and local cycle routes, Museums, Park and Gardens and other places of interest. The main site can be found here. Yorkshire County Council has produced an excellent series of guides detailing interesting picturesque walks and cycle and horse rides around the county. The guides are listed by district. Lindale Holiday Park is in Richmondshire but is close to Hambleton and Harrogate. These guides can be found here.

Historic Sites:

Local Market Towns:

Local Attractions:

Seasonal Events:

Further afield but within reach for a visit are the historic towns of: Harrogate, Durham, York, Newcastle, Scarborough, Whitby.

More things to do and places to visit can be found at Welcome to Yorkshire