Mill Farm Country Park makes a great base to access the
Wonderful East Yorkshire coast with its fantastic beaches, there are towns and villages to explore, markets, museums, art galleries, historic houses, also good for bird watching, pond and sea fishing.
Even if it rains there is always something to do.
In walking distance from Mill Farm Country Park campsite ,
We have the second largest Iron age mound in the UK, and on this site in 1086 was built Skipsea castle
(only the earthworks remain today.)
All St Church dates from 1090 completely rebuilt in the 14c.
Sea and beach, golf course, pond fishing & amusements near by.
Mr moo's ice cream parlour
Kingston Upon Hull
Hull was the city of culture for 2017 and still has lots of events, museums and art displays carrying on, click on the link below.
The Deep- a large sea life aquarium
Streetlife - Hull Museum of Transport
Hull and East Riding Museum
Hull maritime Museum
Ferens Art Gallery
Humber Street Gallery
Hull New Theatre
and of course shopping and cinema's
Beach with good access
The start of the Transpennine Way
Hornsea Mere, fishing & boat hire,
swimming pool at the leisure centre,
Freeport for shopping with Buglife and childrens play area,
Hornsea folk museum on the main street and Honeysuckle Animal Farm.
RSPB site. See the birds nesting in season.
Flamborough Head and Thornwick Bay
beaches with rock pools and caves
lighthouse tours .
living sea's centre, south Flamborough
Minster & St Marys church.
Beverley Art Gallery and museum,
plenty of shops and a cinema as well.
market day Saturday.
Magnificent harbour, boat trips.
Old town Priory & Bayle Gate museum.
Sewerby Hall Gardens & golf courses.
Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal park.
Market day Wednesday
Market day Thursday.
Farmers Market 1st Saturday of the month
Driffield show ground events throughout the year.
Burton Agnes Hall,
Burton Constable Hall,