2017 Development

We have had a very exciting 2017 at Moor Lodge, including a renewable energy development, with some great press coverage below. James has also been asked to speak at the 2018 Holiday Park & Resort Innovation show regarding Moor Lodge being off-grid!

All-green Yorkshire park chips in to national grid

Wetherby caravan park goes off-grid

Moor Lodge Goes Off-Grid

https://www.strayfm.com/news/local-news/2437776/caravan-park-goes-entirely-off-grid-in-wetherby/

The Bingley Arms 953ad

Our local pub is located in our village of Bardsey, The Bingley Arms is the original English pub – officially the oldest in Britain – dating back over 1000 years.
Along side a wonderful beer garden and fabulous homely food, they also host weekly events like Two’s days and Afternoon tea. Be sure to ring and book a table though as they get fully booked very quickly!

 

Tour de Yorkshire 2018

The fourth edition of the race takes place between 3rd – 6th May 2018. It encompasses all four corners of the county and starts in Beverley and finishes in Leeds!

Book to stay with us to experience this amazing event on our doorstep!

Moor Lodge caravan park tour de yorkshire

Great Yorkshire Show 2018

Its that time of year again!
Plans are underway for this very special milestone, to entertain and celebrate 160 shows spanning the decades since 1838.
Dates for the next event are Tuesday 10 – Thursday 12 July 2018.

World Triathlon Leeds 2018

2018’s ITU World Triathlon Leeds will see both the amateurs and elite – including many of Team GB’s Rio Olympians, once again head back to Leeds for what is set to be an unforgettable event on the triathlon calendar.
Starts on Saturday 9th June 2018 at Roundhay Park – stay with us to see this incredible event take place just 5 minutes drive away!

 

Bramham Horse Trials 2018

This annual and international event is both an equestrian sporting event and a social event which is only 5 minutes away from us!

7th – 10th June 2018

Red Kites and Buzzards

A reintroduction program for Red Kites began in England and Scotland in 1989, with Yorkshire being the fifth area to see the birds released back into the wild, in 1999. Young birds that had been successfully reared in the Chiltern Hills in South East England were released at the Harewood Estate, and now there are tens of them living in our area. You are guaranteed to see them souring above you whilst you are with us.