Tourers For Sale

A Tourer provides the perfect escape for you and your family, with both hard standings and grass pitches, located only a short distance from our Club House where you can enjoy a meal, snack or drink from our huge drink selection, sit outside in our newly refurbished beer garden or sit in the quiet snug whilst the kids let off steam in the indoor play area. Seasonal pitches or storage are usually available with any Tourer purchased unit on site. We also have a centrally heated toilet & shower block with subtle background music playing 24/7. The Outdoor play area is ideal for the children in warmer weather or take one of the Scenic moorland walks available from the site.

Tourers for Sale

Our Touring Caravans offer the perfect blend between setting up somewhere and taking your holiday in different places around the country.

2018 Coachman Vision 5 Berth with Awning – SOLD


  • 5 Berth
  • Ready to use

£15,995 Reduced for quick sale. Seasonal pitch available if requested at additional cost.

For sale on behalf of a customer.

Please call 01535 644242 to register your interest or if you have any questions.

2019 4 Berth Swift Accord 560 - SOLD

Lovely 2019 4 berth swift accord 560 end bed with full awning and many extras.

Ready to go.

£17,750 ONO.

Seasonal pitch available if required.

Please call 01535 644242 to register your interest or if you have any questions.

The Region

Attractions of the region include organised Brontë walks which take place most weekends. There are vintage train weekends regularly, there’s an annual beer festival at Haworth, plus 40s and 60s weekends, and music festivals in the nearby area. Plenty to do, then, without going too far from home. Steam train enthusiasts will love Upwood’s proximity to the Keighley and Worth Valley Steam Railway, which has a programme of special events throughout the year including guided tours of locomotive workshops and even opportunities to get involved and volunteer your services to the heritage railway attraction! This is one of the leading heritage railways in the UK and is among Yorkshire’s best known tourist attractions. It is owned, operated and managed principally by volunteers. Other attractions of the region that are great places for days out include the famous and spectacular Malham Cove, a limestone formation – a curved cliff at the head of a valley that was originally the site of a waterfall caused by a melting glacier; this is a briliant area for walking.

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