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15francine
13-11-2010, 09:57
Been let down for a stop on friday. need to attend family do in Eldwick- anyone know of a spot nearby?

Canalsman
13-11-2010, 17:17
Here are four options you might consider:

53.85138, -1.80509 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/33bjd7l)

53.85967, -1.76818 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/3xrw258)

53.85967, -1.76818 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/2u7784j)

53.86235, -1.78474 - Google Maps (http://tinyurl.com/232ojm5)

Let us know how you get on ...

Regards

Chris

kenjones
13-11-2010, 20:03
I live in this area and excercise my dog on the moors here. Room to park a van in any of these but I've never needed to so I can't comment on how quiet it may be.

Canalsman:
You have found the right area but google is wrong. It's nowhere near Queensbury, at least 30min drive when the road is quiet.
Baildon is the nearest point on the map and the parking areas are on Baildon Moor.
Baildon is BD17 while Queensbury is BD13

bigpieeater
06-02-2011, 15:07
I know this area very well, it is Baildon and not Queensbury. Baildon is only 4 miles from Bradford, and only a short drive from Keighley. Not wanting to get into any racial arguments, but, Bradford and Keighley are not the Norths answer to Windsor or Kensington!! These camping spots are regular haunts for the "Renault Clio" and "Vauxhall Corsa" brigade who insist on driving faster than the speed of sound for no apparent reason at all.
Un savoury characters also frequent these places, characters that you and I would not choose to spend time with.
It's up to you, but I would rather find a CL if you have to camp near here.
I remember once seeing a cheap CL about 4 miles away in Yeadon/Guiseley.

Canalsman
06-02-2011, 16:02
It's the golden rule of wilding - if it doesn't feel or look right to you, then move on ...


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