Dog Friendly Caravan Park

Your dogs will love a holiday at York Naburn Lock

Dog owners will be delighted to hear 1 dog comes free of charge with our 2020 inclusive price list. Not only that, you’ll find York Naburn Lock is a really dog friendly caravan park.
Take a look at what we offer for dogs visiting the park.

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Saturday is Flame Fresh Pizza Night!

Saturday Night' Flame Fresh Pizza Night at York Naburn Lock Caravan Park

Saturday is Caravan Chef’s night off at York Naburn Lock Caravan Park. Just treat yourself to an authentic taste of Italy with a delicious pizza lovingly prepared on the campsite, baked in a wood fired pizza oven in front of your very eyes. Add a glass of vino rosso or vino bianco then relax in true Mediterranean style.

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10 Must-See York Attractions for 2020

York Castle's Clifford's Tower just one of the City attractions to visit from York Naburn Lock Caravan Parkci

There really is so much to see and do around our fabulous City of York. A week’s holiday would be great, but if you can’t stay a full week, then take a look at Visit York’s guide to the 10 ‘Must See Attractions’ in York. The very good news, if you are staying at York Naburn Lock Caravan Park, is that most of York City’s top attractions are within walking distance of the No 42 bus stop in Piccadilly.

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Jorvik’s Vikings Return to York

Visit York's Jorvik Viking Centre from York Naburn Lock Caravan Park

York’s amazing Jorvik Viking Centre is located in Coppergate close to the 42 bus stop. The Jorvik experience has been recently rebuilt with new features after it was flood damaged in 2015. The centre depicts the Viking way of life in the 9th Century around a re-creation of a Viking street in Jorvik, the Viking name for York. A highlight of the visit is a guided-transporter tour of Continue reading “Jorvik’s Vikings Return to York” »

York National Railway Museum

Visit York's National Railway Museum from York Naburn Lock Caravan Park.

Visit York National Railway Museum and see the UK’s largest collection of record breaking locomotives and wonderful railway artefacts, including Queen Victoria’s lavish ‘Royal Train’, ‘a palace on wheels’. Entrance to the museum is FREE and there’s almost always a workshop, tour or exhibition to make your visit to the railway museum a truly excellent day out.
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York Racecourse Ebor Festival Racing: 19-22 August 2020

Visit York Racecourse Ebor Festival from York Naburn Lock Caravan Park

There’s a passion for horse racing in Yorkshire. The York Ebor Festival is one of the most exciting racemeets of the season. York Racecourse stages “one of the oldest, richest and most famous race meetings in the North”, the Ebor Festival 19-22 August. York Racecourse attracts the top runners with over £1m to be paid out in prize money. Then there’s the fun and glamour of Ladies day… Continue reading “York Racecourse Ebor Festival Racing: 19-22 August 2020” »

York Food & Drink Festival 18-27 Sept 2020

York Food Festival is a week long gastronomic treat. The festival brings over 100 food and drink producers to showcase the best of Yorkshire produce in York City centre streets and markets. Continue reading “York Food & Drink Festival 18-27 Sept 2020” »

York Racecourse October Finale 9-10 Oct 2020

Visit May Race Days from York Naburn Lock Caravan Park

York Racecourses’ end of season finale provides great festival atmosphere both for horse racing enthusiasts and casual visitors. The top trainers will be entering the season’s stars in Saturday’s Coral Sprint Trophy while the Friday meeting is Countryside race-day featuring a course side fayre of countryside activities and products.

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Historic Pubs of York

The Blacksmiths Arms is a friendly pub serving fine foods and ales in Naburn for over 350 years.

York has around 80 inns and pubs within the City Walls alone. Perfect for an evening stroll along the city’s roadways or riverside and sampling some real Yorkshire ale in a cosy inn.
Purely for the culture and history, of course.

The Blacksmith’s Arms, is well worth the 15 minute walk into Naburn village. It’s a friendly, cosy pub that’s been the local hostelry for over 350 years. Continue reading “Historic Pubs of York” »

Visit York’s Christmas Markets: 12 Nov-20 Dec. 2020

York Christmas Markets open Mid November until Christmas.

York gets into the Festive Christmas spirit from the big Christmas lights switch-on 12 November. 100’s of brightly decorated Scandanavian style chalets then open for St Nicholas’ markets, transforming the city centre into a festive wonderland of glitter and joy. Around Parliament Square, St Sampson’s Square and throughout the city you’ll find a treasure trove of Continue reading “Visit York’s Christmas Markets: 12 Nov-20 Dec. 2020” »