Thorpe Hall Caravan & Camping Site
at Rudston near Bridlington in the Yorkshire Wolds

Local Information: Rudston and Yorkshire

Monolith st RudstonOur own Coarse Fishery Open March - October

Good Walking on an excellent network of Public Footpaths. “Walks of Rudston” Leaflets available free.

Lovely Countryside with much to interest the Nature Lover.

Near to Heritage Coast, Flamborough Head, Bempton RSPB Reserve and Bridlington Bay.

The Monolith, Britain’s tallest free-standing stone can be seen in the churchyard of All Saints, Rudston.

The Yorkshire Wolds are little known, unspoilt by modern development and are scenically very beautifu.l

Stately Homes in the area include Sledmere, Burton Agnes, Burton Constable and Castle Howard.

Estate Nature Walks, and other specialist days in conjunction with the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust are occasionally organised. Please telephone for dates.

Around and About

Rudston is a small rural English village of about 200 dwellings. It is situated some 6 miles inland from the east coast resort of Bridlington and just down the road from our caravan site.


David Hockney and the Countryfile Programme have greatly increased awareness of the Yorkshire Wolds and especially Woldgate and the woods around Boynton.  His exhibition at the Royal Academy in London will certainly be worth visiting.  You might even be lucky and see him painting, or his uniquely adapted vehicle taking his multi-dimensional photographs.

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