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Humble Bee Farm Camping & Caravanning

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Touring & Camping Park with 25 pitches £28-£30 ptpn


Humble Bee Farm Camping & Caravanning

Humble Bee Farm Camping & Caravanning

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Humble Bee Farm offers a peaceful rural holiday campsite location while being a short distance from the beautiful Yorkshire Coast. This working arable and stock farm is perfectly placed for exploring the North York Moors, nearby bustling market towns or the coastal resorts of Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington and Whitby.

Humble Bee Farm campsite includes excellent facilities and an extensive events calendar each year with regular favourites such as Lambing and Calving Weekends, Bat Watches, Creepy Crawly evenings, Cowboy & Indian Weekends, and our famous Hallowe'en celebration!

Humble Bee Farm Caravan and Camping site is situated on a working farm in a truly idyllic location. The site is peaceful and immaculate, with five hard-standing tourer pitches and 12 non-electric tent pitches, two shower blocks, children's play area and a warm Yorkshire welcome. Humble Bee Farm is popular with families and couples, while dogs are also welcome - we have plenty of dog walks and rambles on our doorstep.

During the summer season an on-site shop sells all the essentials including souvenirs, sweets, toys, hot & cold drinks and local bacon, sausages and eggs.

Our free-range hens lay delicious eggs - you could collect one for breakfast! The campsite, famed for its tranquil farm location, nestles in the heart of 320 acres of farmland which changes with the seasons: you can see green shoots in the spring, golden crops in the summer and autumn and velvety brown fields in the winter.

The nearby coast is lovely to visit at any time of year: Bempton Cliffs, Flamborough Head, Filey Brigg and Robin Hood's Bay are all famous for their natural wildlife and bird-life. If you feel nicely relaxed after exploring coast and country then attractions such as Castle Howard, Flamingo Land, Rievaulx Abbey, the designer discount shopping at McArthur Glen and Hornsea Freeport are waiting to be enjoyed.

For the more energetic, Yorkshire is renowned for its cycling routes, more arduous walks and is popular with long-distance runners. From lush lowlands to rugged cliff top routes, from farm paths to old railway routes, there is something for every age and ability. Dalby Forest in particular is the destination for keen cyclists and walkers with over 2,600 km of marked cycle trails waiting to be explored.

The Cleveland Way and Yorkshire Wolds Way pass close to the farm so our campsite is an ideal place to stay if you are traversing these glorious National Trails.

Yorkshire is not without its fair share of historic locations such as York, with its magnificent Minster, charming shops and world-class National Railway Museum. Discover the Roman market towns of Malton, Beverley, and Pickering, all of which have a host of places to eat, relax and shop. Golf, tennis and gym facilities are very close by.

Children welcomeLaundry facilitiesFishingGolf available (onsite or nearby)Working farmCycles for hireVisa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedDogs/pets accepted by arrangementWiFi or internet accessShowers availableHairdryerPark facilities limited to membersChemical toilet disposal facilitiesDish washing facilitiesDrinking waterGas cylinder exchange or refillHeated shower blockLighting throughout parkDrying facilitiesParking space next to pitchElectric hookupWaste/water hookupHot waterBooking recommended in summer

Golf, tennis and gym facility approximately 1 and a half miles away. Cycle routes close by. Fishing - both course and sea fishing available close by. Clay pigeon shooting only half a mile. Situated on the Wolds Way. Children welcome from any age.




See location of Humble Bee Farm Camping and Caravanning on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: TA 046778  Lat: 54.18532 Long: -0.39860

By Road:
From Scarborough take the A64 out of Scarborough and follow until you get to the Staxton roundabout. At roundabout take first exit onto the A1039 (signposted Filey0. Continue on this road until you approach the village of Flixton. Just before you enter the village take the right hand turn (signposted Fordon). Follow this road up to the top of the hill and take the right hand turn where Humble Bee Farm is signposted. You will descend down a track until Humble Bee Farm comes into view.


  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Laundry facilitiesLaundry facilities
  • FishingFishing
  • Golf available (onsite or nearby)Golf available (onsite or nearby)
  • Working farmWorking farm
  • Cycles for hireCycles for hire
  • Visa/Mastercard/Switch acceptedVisa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
  • Dogs/pets accepted by arrangementDogs/pets accepted by arrangement
  • WiFi or internet accessWiFi or internet access
  • Showers availableShowers available
  • HairdryerHairdryer
  • Park facilities limited to membersPark facilities limited to members
  • Chemical toilet disposal facilitiesChemical toilet disposal facilities
  • Dish washing facilitiesDish washing facilities
  • Drinking waterDrinking water
  • Gas cylinder exchange or refillGas cylinder exchange or refill
  • Heated shower blockHeated shower block
  • Lighting throughout parkLighting throughout park
  • Drying facilitiesDrying facilities
  • Parking space next to pitchParking space next to pitch
  • Electric hookupElectric hookup
  • Waste/water hookupWaste/water hookup
  • Hot waterHot water
  • Booking recommended in summerBooking recommended in summer

Golf, tennis and gym facility approximately 1 and a half miles away. Cycle routes close by. Fishing - both course and sea fishing available close by. Clay pigeon shooting only half a mile. Situated on the Wolds Way. Children welcome from any age.

Self-Assessed Accessibility Details


Our site is a level area, making access for those with mobility issues much easier, as there are no hills or steep inclines. With regard to our glamping accommodation we do offer a disabled toilet. Our cottages are also on one level with an open plan design (with ramped access). Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us. We are always happy to provide further information and discuss how we can best accommodate those with specific requirements.