Yorkshire Wildlife Park has many camping capabilities, as the territory is vast, a visitor can enjoy their time. However, there are some regulations according to their terms of the policy, and each visitor must check those regulations beforehand to avoid additional fees or problems. There are more than ten campgrounds, some of them need booking, while others do not need it. Showers provide some of them, but most of them have tap water, with flush toilets. Many of them are pet friendly, but not all of them accept pets, this must be checked in advance as well.
The following camping locations are operated by the authorities, in Yosemite:
- Pilgrims Fathers Caravan Park
- Little Oak Campground
- Woodcare Park Campground
- Tolworth Grange Campground
- Oakside camping
- Waterfront Glamping
- Thrybergh Country Park
For future bookings, visitors should email at [email protected].
Pilgrims Fathers Caravan Park
It is a peaceful camping and touring retreat. A visitor should bring his/her tent or touring caravan. Parking of this caravan is free of charge, and they will not have to pay additional fees. Fishing is available as well, as it is near to a river.
Little Oak Camping
This campsite is blessed with greenery. The site is readily available from all directions. Glamping is available, as well as super-comfortable in this area. Campfires are permitted, but must not be left alone.
Woodcare Park Camping
It is available only for adults. This site is a pet-friendly one. Holiday caravans, as well as lodges, are featured there. Access is not difficult due to nearby M180.
Torworth Grange Camping
It is a caravan and motorhome club, which offers water, electricity, and a comfortable environment. They provide plenty of space and magnificent views of the site's fishing lakes.
This camping is minimal compared to the other one. Concerning the size, It is a 1.5-acre campsite. It is an excellent place for fishing. For cyclists, this is popular as it offers the necessary facilities.
Group Camping is available at WaterFront Glamping Camping. There are two camping pods, which are perfect for the family. Worth mentioning that it is a family-run business. Those pods provide more privacy and security, as they are fully insulated walls.
With regards to camping rules, those regulations must be taken into consideration by each visitor to avoid additional fees or problems. Food must be appropriately stored 24 hours a day. Campfires are available at any time, but each visitor must control them. There is no maximum number of people per campsite, as well as no limits to tents.