Warren Forest is a picturesque, naturally secluded park in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The careful landscaping, within 44 acres of woodland, takes full advantage of the unique surroundings and gives panoramic views of Nidderdale.
The spectacular outcrops and sloping woodland, which form the landscape of the park, provide a naturally sheltered backdrop. Our rural, unspoilt setting is home to an abundance of birds and wildlife, with deer, squirrels, rabbits, pheasants and a variety of other birds making their homes here.
The park is divided into small areas, each with its own character. The Oaks slopes gently into woodland, while The Rowans boasts stunning views and a beautiful natural pond. Bilberry Wood and Jeffrey Wood have easy access to woodland walks via rock formations that are a remnant of the ancient Brimham Rocks jutting from the landscape nearby. The Green overlooks the manicured putting green and ornamental pond surveyed by our resident stag. The top of Pheasant Wood, The Larches and Badger Hill boast spectacular views across Nidderdale. The Dene and The Beeches offer easy access to our Reception and the Library, as well as beautiful woodland walks through Jeffrey Wood.
We are proud to be a previous winner of Caravan Park of the Year and Best Park in Britain, as well as being graded a five star holiday park by Quality in Tourism. In 2013 we became one of the very first parks in the country to gain the prestigious Gold Award for Five Star Parks from Quality in Tourism.
The Park is made up of a series of areas, each offering a different attraction, from secluded woodland retreat to open areas with great views of the landscape.
Caravan Park Amenities
Our newly built library is perfect for quieter moments, stocked within excess of 5000 books and magazines along with numerous puzzles and jigsaws. Free internet access is available along with a wifi connection so that you can bring your own computer to connect to the network. The library now provides more room for people to relax and perhaps look at the numerous local menus or study the local walks and general information. With a patio area at the front of the glazed entrance and views across the putting green, it really is a tranquil setting.The laundry is located opposite the library providing facilities required if you choose to stay a little longer.