Caravan Park & Camping Facilities
At Street Head Caravan Park we have pitches for privately owned static caravans, seasonal and touring caravans, motorhomes, campervans, tents and everything in between.
We endeavour to ensure all areas of our park are clean, tidy and maintained to a high standard.
We are very pleased to say the new facilities block (between the touring and camping fields) will open this year, just as soon as Covid legislation will allow.
Our on-site facilities include:
We have separate rooms for gents and ladies. The new shower cubicles are spacious and have a drying area with seat to make changing easier. As well as toilets and wash basins, you will find soap, sanitiser, hand dryers, hair dryers and large mirrors provided for your convenience.
Our indoor washing up room has 3 sinks, washing up liquid is provided so you don't need to remember it and to make the job a little more pleasant, the large windows offer views across Bishopdale. Here you will also find our Tourist Information area, a fridge and freezer, books and some activities such and jigsaws, playing cards, colouring books and crayons to use during your stay.
Should you need to do any washing during your stay, a washing machine and dryer are available for your use as well as an iron and ironing board.
Large commercial bins can be found in both the touring field and near the cottage in the upper static field, please only put bagged general waste and dog waste in these bins.
Bought some new equipment for your caravan or tent and can't take the obsolete cardboard boxes home? Well you don't need to, we will recycle these for you, please flatten and slide beside the commercial bins near the cottage.
We have disposal points for both grey and chemical waste close to the toilet and shower block. Please use this area only for disposal of liquids.
All pitches in the main touring field and most pitches in the camping field are available with electric hook up (10 amp).
Arrival is after 1pm.
Departure is before 12 noon.
At quiet times we are able to relax these times, please ask at reception if an earlier arrival or late departure is required.
We welcome pets to our site and have had the pleasure of meeting many wonderful breeds over the years, please do not be offended if we remember your pet's name and not yours. While most pets visiting are dogs, we ask that all are under control and taken off site for toileting and cleaned up after immediately (extra bags are available at reception if you run out). We ask that dogs be on a lead at all times while on site. Please take care when walking in the local area, especially when passing through fields with farm animals.
For many this is all part of the camping experience and we wholeheartedly agree. Heat from fire pits, BBQ's and hot pans can burn and kill off the grass. Please help us to keep the pitches looking nice for all of our guests by using the flags and blocks provided underneath your appliance or pans.
We try to run a happy campsite where everyone can enjoy themselves. Please help us by playing music at a level you can enjoy but will not disturb your neighbours. Quiet time is between 10.30pm and 8am and during these hours we ask for no unavoidable noise. Please let us know immediately should there any disturbances, issues can be quickly resolved at the time, very difficult the next day but impossible a week later when we learn of it in a review.
Along one side of the park we are separated from our neighbours by a dry stone wall. These can be delicate so for your own safety and our sanity, please refrain from removing stones or climbing on or over them.
We are stockists for Calor and Campingaz and hold most bottle sizes in our secure compound on site.