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ayeaye
28-06-2010, 09:19
We shall have to visit the Buckton area for 3 or 4 days next week and should like to know of any suitable spots for overnight camping in our motorhome. We were hoping for Flamborough but perhaps there are other places you can recommend. Would like to remain within Bridlington/Filey area.

Old_Arthur
28-06-2010, 09:44
We shall have to visit the Buckton area for 3 or 4 days next week and should like to know of any suitable spots for overnight camping in our motorhome. We were hoping for Flamborough but perhaps there are other places you can recommend. Would like to remain within Bridlington/Filey area.
you could spend the day parked on filey country park then move to the road which is cut off behind the plough pub on the scarboro road :cool:

anfi1
29-06-2010, 00:18
Bempton cliffs at Bempton,the bird watching people have a centre there with car park.Never wilded there but looked ok last time i was there...

YouMeAndLittleB
29-06-2010, 06:59
You could try flamborough head, but it may be a little bit windy!

:D

bikertec
28-07-2010, 20:55
The public camping/caravan site at filey at the back of the sailing club closes at 5pm. You can then get a over night late arrival ticket for around a quid this allows you to top up your water empty your toilet and if your gone by 9am thats all you pay.;)

chilly
29-07-2010, 07:45
The public camping/caravan site at filey at the back of the sailing club closes at 5pm. You can then get a over night late arrival ticket for around a quid this allows you to top up your water empty your toilet and if your gone by 9am thats all you pay.;)

simply genius:)

Henrym
12-05-2011, 00:44
After our visit to the Bempton RSPB reserve, we stayed overnight, with the intention of revisiting cliffs at dusk and/or dawn, but rain put us off (there would be little to see). If you are not an RSPB member, there is a car parking charge - support them!
We had thought of Lebberston (listed wild camping site) near a PH, but it seems that it was a layby on the old A165, now converted to a wide grass verge. We were better off at Bempton.

Better, quiet locations:
Reasty Hill Top, parking area for walks and remote viewpoint around Barnes Cliff at SE 964944/54.336 -0.517, plus pull-ins on road to SE

Parking area (view point) between Silpho and Hackness at SE 968910 / 54.306 -0.514

Forge Valley, with several parking places between SE 984875 and SE 989856, e.g. 54.2723 -0.4911, 54.2700 -0.4896. There is a footpath (board-walk) through the valley, and one parking place refers to birdwatching.

The listed places near Saxton on A64 and B1249 (Willerby Brow), and Bainton (A614) look OK

Also, 2 large loop laybys north of Market Weighton
SE 878439 / 53.8839 -0.6653 SW bound (the larger one)
SE 882445 / 53.8992 -0.6594 NE bound

Canalsman
12-05-2011, 11:06
Thanks for these - added to the database :)

Regards

Chris

susie55
09-07-2012, 09:00
just driving down from scarborough to brid, hope to wild camp somwhere around bridlington tonight, any suggestions anyone, first time away in newly purchased ajutoroller 5, with 84 year old mother, and two dogs!

Henrym
09-07-2012, 10:27
Hi,

As you approach Brid, there are a couple of lay-bys, one on each side of the road, that could be suitable, but not exciting.

Alternatively, fork left to Bempton and make your way to the RSPB Bempton reserve. The car park is permanently open, you can fine a quiet space and take a short walk on well made paths to the top of the cliffs and viewing platforms to see the various seabirds, gannets, fulmars and possibly puffins. But there is a 5 parking charge for non-members of RSPB (not sure how that works overnight). Alternatively, head for the Flamborough Head lighthouse car park (not sure of any restrictions, but it has been used before).

kimbowbill
09-07-2012, 21:06
Hi,

As you approach Brid, there are a couple of lay-bys, one on each side of the road, that could be suitable, but not exciting.

Alternatively, fork left to Bempton and make your way to the RSPB Bempton reserve. The car park is permanently open, you can fine a quiet space and take a short walk on well made paths to the top of the cliffs and viewing platforms to see the various seabirds, gannets, fulmars and possibly puffins. But there is a 5 parking charge for non-members of RSPB (not sure how that works overnight). Alternatively, head for the Flamborough Head lighthouse car park (not sure of any restrictions, but it has been used before).

I've always got kicked off from both carparks, (north/south landings) but you might get lucky seen as the weather is so bad, what i have done in the past is, stayed on the car park til as late as poss then parked on the road a bit further up, gone to sleep then drove back to the car park, i know it seems a bit of messing around but its better than getting a bang on the door at 2 o clock, thats wat time i got a knock and the other time was 5 am, sure they do it on purpose


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