Countryfile campsite guide

Your guide to camping at Countryfile Live 2019

We look forward to welcoming you to the Caravan and Motorhome Club campsite at Countryfile Live, Castle Howard. Here’s your guide to making the most out of your stay with us

Dates and times

The temporary campsite will open between 14 and 19 August 2019 (the show runs 15 to 18 August).

Arriving

We will be there to welcome you on your arrival between 11am and 10pm. If you arrive later than 10pm, don’t panic, security will pitch you on a temporary pitch until the morning (subject to availability).

You will be sent a booking reference and vehicle label so have that to hand so we can direct you to your pitch quicker.

Departure

When it’s time to leave we ask you to be off the campsite by 10am.

Show opening times

Thursday 15 to Saturday 17 August: 9am to 6.30pm
Sunday 18 August: 9am to 5.30pm

Campsite office

The campsite office is located at the campsite entrance and open daily from 8am to 10pm.

Prices

Camping pass (including two adults)

  • £36.75 per night plus £1 booking fee for Caravan and Motorhome Club members
  • £42 per night plus £1 booking fee - standard price

There is a minimum two night stay policy. Your camping pass price includes up to two adults in the same unit. Additional adults will be charge £10 each per night, with a maximum of eight persons per unit. Pets are welcomed with no charge.

Camping passes do not include access to the show but you can book your tickets at www.countryfilelive.com.

During your stay

Your pitch

Pitches are a spacious 11 metres x 10 metres and include space for either one caravan, motorhome, tent or trailer tent and one car only. Up to eight people can stay on one pitch.

As you arrive, you will be given your pitch which is on a first come first served basis. Your vehicle will need to be parked within your allocated pitch. For everyone's safety we ask to keep vehicle movement to an absolute minimum during your stay, a strict 5mph speed limit applies at all times.

Dogs

We are a dog friendly campsite. Though it's important to bear in mind that not everyone will feel as comfortable around your furry friend as much as you do, so please keep them on a lead at all times and respect your fellow campers. Please don’t leave your pets unattended for long periods and please clean up any mess. Bins will be provided. 

Using barbeques

Everyone loves a good BBQ! You are welcome to bring purpose made BBQs but we ask that you please keep them raised off the grass to remove the risk of fire. Bricks will be available from the campsite office for use with disposable BBQs. Campfires or open fires are not allowed at any time.

Facilities

On-site fresh water, showers and toilets will be open 24 hours.

Peace and quiet

Whilst the local wildlife may wake you with a morning chorus alarm clock, at night we do ask that campers respect neighbouring campers and keep noise to a minimum from 11pm to 8am.

Rubbish and wet waste

We all want to enjoy a litter free countryside and a clean campsite. On arrival we'll supply you with some large bin liners for rubbish. At the end of your stay, bin liners and any waste will need to go in the bins provided. Please leave your pitch in the state in which you found it.

A disposal system for chemical waste will be provided. Please note that a drive-over waste disposal system for large RVs/Winnebagos is not available on this site.