Hebden Bridge Caravan Club Site (REF : LCF)

Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 5RU

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Motorhomes
  • Peaceful stays
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Hebden Bridge Club site has opened following redevelopment. You’ll receive a warm welcome at the new reception, and can choose from more all-weather pitches - 6 of which will be fully serviced.

Hebden Bridge Club Site is a pretty and tranquil caravanning destination in West Yorkshire. Tucked neatly away from the road and on a gentle slope which is terraced for level pitching, the beautifully-kept caravan park is enhanced by stately trees and a bordering stream, adding a lovely rural feel to your surroundings.

The site is conveniently close to Hebden Bridge itself, which offers the opportunity for you to treat yourself to some traditional Yorkshire products from the Victorian style shops or the local craft centre. The caravan park also gives you easy access to the famous Haworth Parsonage, where the legendary Bronte's lived and worked, and Heptonstall, a quaint village of cobbled streets and with beautiful views. If you enjoy walking, the Moors, the Pennine Way and Hardcastle Crags are nearby - each delivering breathtaking scenery. If you prefer a more relaxed stroll, there are many more leisurely walks to be had, three of which are local to the area, and good dog walks can be found nearby.

Please note: This site does not have a toilet block.

Facilities on site ...

  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Gas
  • Motorhome service point
  • TV reception: poor

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Walking notes:

The site is a good base for walking and there are several leisurely walks close to hand and longer excursions that can take in the Calder Way, Pennine Way and Moors. Also visit Hardcastle Crags, an enchanted wooded valley once known as “The Switzerland of Yorkshire”.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

There's a Co-Op and Sainsburys local just a mile away in Mytholmroyd (pronounced 'My thumb royd'), including baker, greengrocer and late night supermarket. Asda, Tesco, Sainsburys and Morrisons are in Halifax 6 miles (Tesco 

 

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Directions

Turn off A646 in Mytholmroyd village onto B6138 (signposted Rochdale, Littleborough, Cragg Vale). The site is on the right in 1 mile (past 40mph sign). Care is needed at the narrow bridge at the junction of A646 and B6138). If using M62 you are advised not to leave at junction 22 as this involves an awkward corner at A672/A58 junction.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
HX7 5RU
GPS:
Lat 53.72025 / Lon -1.99074
Plan a route to this site
OS field ref:
SE007248
OS map ref:
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Handbook map ref:
H9

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Mythomroyd and Halifax
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest train station: Mytholmroyd
  • Train station within 5 miles

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An excellent site

This was the first site we have ever visited as my wife and I begin our motorhome adventures. We have since stayed at several more sites. I would like to say that the wardens at this site, knowing I was new to the whole business of touring in a motorhome, gave me an extraordinary amount of help and advice. They were delightful. The site was wonderful, clean and everything was explained to me clearly and sensibly. We would have like to stay longer and explore a little more but time and tide...... We will return! Richard and Sue

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Second stop of this years holiday one night 17th September

We first stayed here over 20 years ago when we had a caravan so now we have the camper we are trying to visit new places but also include a memory lane trip. When we arrived the office was closed and there was a notice to tell us to pitch but the wardens although off duty saw us arrive and opened the office to book us in! They were so welcoming and the keep the site perfect. Its a small site with no facilities but they were spotless. We walked into the town and back. The work for the flood defences in the town does cause hold ups but a necessary evil unfortunately and hopefully wont put people visiting this lovely site.
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Nice site, well run but will be better when road works are completed

This is our second time to this site, the first one many years ago. It is a very good site and well run. There are no facilities re Toilets etc, but we knew that and accepted it. Well laid out, quite small but also expected. We were on the upper level as such, up a rise to the left of the entrance road, no problem to get in or pitch. We had this pitch allocated at we were arriving mid afternoon on a Saturday. Good hard standing pitch but unfortunately, slightly under trees and it rained on 4 of the 6 days we were there. Also there was some road noise as it backs onto some trees and bushes then a well used road, we hardly noticed it but were aware of the road. The site was re-modelled some time ago and what an improvement. For those who want them there are some good fully serviced pitches but you are not far away on any pitch to the service point for water, loo emptying, waste etc. The downside, and this is not the sites fault is the queueing to turn off the main road into the road to the site, there are long term works being done for flood relief after the 2015 floods, no danger to the site though that we could see, the river passing the site was at least 20feet below lower site level and would not expect any problems. We had a good time there and would think of going again if we needed to be in that area.
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Nice site but getting there includes a wait

We stayed at this site last week and had a very nice time. The site is nicely laid out and very well kept - abound with carefully maintained shrubs and flowers wherever you are and very pretty too. We were on a service pitch which proved to be the right choice as it provided lots of water for showers etc with no toilet block on site. The sun shone all the time we were there and we got to see the nearby places that we wanted to visit - all very nice. Yes there is a but. We came over the moors from junction 21 on the M62 to get to the site as there was a parade on in Hebden Bridge - if you do the same be warned that the road is extremely bumpy so check all your belongings are well tied down and inner cupboards locked and I'm not joking! The main problem however was the everytime we left the site and drove down to go to Mytholmroyd there were road works and flood defence works being undertaken in the village controlled by traffic lights. Travel anywhere (Hebden Bridge, Bradford, Halfax, Haworth etc) and you have to go through these works both on the way to wherever your going and on your return. Waiting sometimes 20 minutes was not unusual nor the queues of traffic reaching back well over a mile. Avoiding rush hour and school hours when a convey of buses appeared was a must. I can honestly say that I am very surprised that the club does not put a warning on the web site page for the site warning members of this problem which incidentally has been going on for some time and will, by the looks of it, continue for some considerable time in the future. We hopefully will return as we had a very nice time, met some really nice fellow members, but we won't be doing it in the immediate future.
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Hebden Bridge

Our short stay here was part of a tour so we motored on to Hebden Bridge itself before going on site. We squeezed ourselves into a small car park alongside the canal and had a couple of hours for lunch and a wander round. We noted later that many people park along the road into the town. We managed to see around the waterways, have lunch in a nice café and do some shopping, Yorkshire curd tarts were on the agenda (we found a bakery.) We didn't do too well getting to the site as the flood prevention roadworks where in full swing and we missed the turning, beware the approach through Mytholmroyd which is very busy with roadworks. We had opted for a non awning pitch as most are at the back near the river and we had a nice peaceful spot, we paid our fees when the wardens returned late afternoon. This little site is immaculate with nice plantings and landscaping, we enjoyed our brief visit.
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