Hebden Bridge Caravan Club Site

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Lovely Site

We only live about 7 miles away from this site but decided to go stay and do some walks. We walked into Hebden Bridge and visited a few pubs as we were in lockdown so couldn’t socialise in our caravans or awnings but could sit in or outside a pub together with friends. It was lovely to meet up with our friends and socialise and the scenery here is wonderful. The Robin Hood pub on Cragg Road has some nice beers, it is very dated and a traditional local pub. There is a farm shop up the road called Craggies and worth a visit. It is on an industrial estate next to Vocation brewery. If you like cycling the Cragg Road is the longest ascent in England and many cyclists slow the traffic as they climb the very long hill. I know it’s local for us but we will definitely visit again and maybe walk to Stoodley Pike or Hardcastle Crags. There are no toilet facilities on this site but we use our own anyway.
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Charming little campsite

We were booked for 3 nights. A gem of a campsite in beautiful surroundings. Our pitch had trees and the stream behind it. The wardens keep it spotless. Loved the rockery flower borders separating the pitches. There aren't any facilities but who needs them when we have everything on board? As long as there is water, a disposal point, bins, EHU and a coax TV connection (no reception), what more can one want? Gorgeous walks in the area highly recommended. All in all, a beautiful, pretty, well groomed and quiet little site at a very reasonable price
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Great few days in our tiny camper.

We had a lovely few days at this site. The site is tidy & service point kept clean. It is in a great position for exploring in & around Hebden Bridge. Site staff friendly & unobtrusive. Dog walking area was fab! Only downside was no recycling that we could see.
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Excellent weeks stay at a lovely site

Just stayed at the Hebden Bridge site, what a lovely site. The wardens were very friendly, very clean site kept very tidy at all times. Beautiful walks around the area, good pubs to visit in the area too. We will definitely be back. Thanks again for a great week. Only issue is the grass pitches need some attention as matting had to be placed down as it got very soggy.
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Reservoirs, Dams & Canals

First time at this site and overall I'm very pleased with it. The site staff went out of their way to find me some stones for my steadies as my van was on a slight slope. It is ideally situated for the mountain bike cycle rides I wanted to do, so I didn't need to drive anywhere once set up. I cycled to at least 8 reservoirs along bridle ways and some unmarked MTB routes and canals. Absolutely loved it. I managed ok with TV signal in the evenings and the B6138 wasn't that noisey at all, in fact I hardly heard a thing in the evenings as the traffic died down. I certainly will visit again. 👍
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Rude staff and noisy site

Yet again I find myself astounded at the rudeness of caravan club site staff. I rang to ask whether there was any leeway with arrival times due to my work shift pattern and receive a rude response. Even offering to pay for an extra day so I could arrive early on the second day was not an option. The site was empty and the pitch booked so what was the big issue? I have done this at many other uk sites with no issues but clearly not here. Besides the rude staff the site is faced with constant noise from the road and a busy farm/industrial site and the staff thought it a great idea to be cutting hedges etc every morning of my stay from 9am. Don’t bring children here as there is nothing for them to do and I’m sure they would incur the wroth of the caravan club fun police. I won’t be returning.
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Peaceful

Had 3 nights on this site, no facilities but wasn’t a problem, great setting for walking or cycling if you like hills... we’ll be back for the peace and quiet of this site
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I return here often

We visited at the end of July/beginning of August. We like this site a lot and come often. It's a small compact site in Cragg Vale. Sandwiched between the road and a river in a steep sided valley , which is very characteristic of this area of Calderdale. Public footpaths abound but be prepared for some stiff climbs on them up onto the hills out of the valley bottoms. It's nearest to Mytholmroyd. Hebden bridge is a good walk up the valley. Hebden is a popular place, quirky and characterful, but as it is lying in a very steep valley, parking and vehicular access is at a premium. Luckily there's a good bus service to it from the site gate and a good rail link through the Calder valley from Mytholmroyd to Hebden Bridge ,Halifax and Bradford. No toilet block, long may it stay that way. The service pitches are a welcome addition and helpful to those of us that struggle to lug water back and forth. The long grass was a precaution to stop lazy campers walking between the pitches to the service point. A necessary precaution for Covid Social Distancing. In normal times it is mown and kept tidy. I quite liked it long as the wildflowers had chance to bloom. . My only gripe and therefore the loss of a star, is the condition of the site access roads. Some nasty potholes can catch you unawares and shake your unit up badly if you're not careful. The pitches close to the road can be noisy from the traffic and many of these have quite a slope too. The rest of the site level spacious is fairly tranquil. (So long as the inevitable yapping doggies behave !). Phone and data signal for 3 is good. Service pitches have TV hook up. It's a little gem in a cracking area. We will be back.

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Long seeded grass between pitches

The long seeded grass between the pitches was not CAMC standard and did not give a good first impression of the site.As they are normally well manicured sites. I was advised that this was to stop people taking a shortcut a cross pitches. Is this now a new policy for the club ?
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For us this is the perfect site

Just returned from the site. For us this is the perfect site. No toilet block, small and located on the edge of a town. As is usual all was well managed and organised. Hebdon Bridge is a lovely town to visit and just a stroll along the tow path. Not sure about the vat reduction. It now should be 5% it appears that the club is only reducing the vat by 12.5%. The Club has over 900 staff and an annual turnover of over £100 million. They really should be able to calculate the reduction accurately.
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