Haven Holidays - Reighton Sands

Reighton Sands

4 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Reighton Gap
North Yorkshire

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Park Description

Stay on top of one of Yorkshire’s finest sandy beaches, Reighton Sands is a green and spacious cliff-top Park.

Haven Reighton Sands Holiday Park,
Reighton Gap, North Yorkshire, YO14 9SH

Tel: 01723 890 476

Park Features

Heated Indoor Fun Pool with Flume
Wave Rider*
SubSea Explorer*
SplashZone Activities Programme

Coke FC Football Coaching*
NEW Discover Fencing
SportsZone Activities Programme
Sports Field

PAWs for 1-4’s
FunTime for 5-11’s
Family FunTime Shows
Character Breakfasts
Soft Play Area for under 5’s
Adventure Playground

T-Co for 12-16+
Plus all the indoor and outdoor fun you can take

Fun for All
NEW Outdoor Family FunZone
Family Park Rangers
FunWorks Amusements*
Mini Ten-Pin Bowling*
Pool Tables*

Shops & Services
Convenience Store with Bakery and Off Licence
Rory Shop

Cafés, Bars & Entertainment Venues
NEW Traditional Fish & Chips
NEW Burger King
Café Bar
Fast Food Takeaway

More shows than we can list here

Explore Nearby

One of the most attractive towns on the English coast

Attractions including Scarborough Castle, Sea Life Centre and North Bay Miniature Railway

Eden Camp
Fascinating World War II museum based in an army camp with an assault course for children

Medieval walled city. Visit the Minster and explore the ancient cobbled streets

2 reviews for Reighton Sands

  1. 4 out of 5


    I find haven to be the best value for money sites in the UK [out of school holidays] so any criticism here should be read as constructive.

    My wife and I use our touring caravan all summer .we take our dog and during school holidays our grand children.

    We visit Haven sites when ever we can get it cheep enough and find this their best site for tourers on the east coast..


    During school holidays I find Haven too expensive.The beach is not excess-able for other than mountaineers .This should be rectified by bringing back the tractor trailer .The beautiful valley next to the park is being spoilt by a second rate golf course when there are all ready better courses within only a few miles [even they are finding it hard to survive due to lack of demand]

    If this valley had to be developed it should have been fishing lakes for which there is a much larger demand.

    The main club is dirty and desperately in need of refurbishing.The ceiling dates back to smoking days.

    The bingo and raffles collect hundreds of pounds in and then give away a cuddly toy or kiddies paint book. [but to be fair you do not have to partake.

    There are no facilities for smokers outside the main club.

    The shop is expensive [as you would expect] but there are local supermarkets.

    The food is expensive and not very nice as with the fish shop.

    Many of the pitches are on a steep slope [so take some corner pieced for caravan legs].This could be easily rectified by putting in retaining walls.

    The children’s playground was in need of repair.ie.swings broken etc.


    The site is clean and tidy.

    The wardens were cheerful and helpful.

    Showers clean.

    Entertainment good.

    Lounge area refurbished and A1.

    Free wifi for computers.

    Ample space between caravans.

    All staff helpful and friendly.

    Well positioned for Bridlington, Filey, Supermarkets. Scarborough.

    Swimming pool although small, nice and warm.

    Very good value for money [out of school holidays]

    Dog friendly.

    We found we were the only people who actually paid the £1 per night for our dog. We talked to other holiday makers who just did not bother paying.

    Sum up…

    Haven are experts in providing these parks but obviously sometimes get it wrong. All in all I would recommend this park to couples and families and each year will make it my priority call.

  2. 4 out of 5


    Spent 4 nights in a 3 bedroom standard plus caravan with 2 other adults and a dog. Overall a very good first experience staying in a caravan and at a Haven site.

    The caravan was more spacious than we expected and spotless, smelling clean and fresh throughout. Our position on the site was very accessible to both the shop/reception, beach and the main entrance for our days out, and it was a very quiet park with little noise at all day or night. There is a quiet and respectful atmosphere on the park we thought, with fellow caravan neighbours being courteous of one another. Again, little noise from children on the park and dogs well behaved like our own.

    The caravan had all the facilities you need including a fully equipped kitchen, TV with DVD player which was a bonus, good size clean shower and 2 toilets. We also had clean bed linen which we had not booked for, which was another bonus.

    The only negative to the caravan was how unprepared for the cold we were at night. There was a gas fire in the living space and each bedroom had a heater, but the ventilation gaps scattered throughout the caravan, along with the non double glazing with gaps between the seals, made it impossible to get it warm when the sun went down. But aside form that it was very comfortable indeed and I would stay in a caravan again.

    The park site was spotless with plenty of recycling bins and dog bins. The site is well signposted, as it is on your route to Reighton to get to it. The view along the entrance road, which is a bit of a roller coaster, is superb.

    We didn’t really use the Haven facilities or interact with the staff much when we were there, but reception is neat and tidy and our check in and check out was straightforward.

    You can park next to your caravan for most areas too, and the spar shop is adequately supplied if you don’t mind paying out spar prices.

    We used the fish and chip shop once but found it to be a bit overpriced for a fairly meagre portion of chips and fish cake, but the mushy peas were good. Also, although the park is dog friendly, you cannot take dogs into any of the facilities, and we found it a bit frustrating that we couldn’t get to the beer garden and just sit with our dog there. But it’s not a problem if you’re not fussed about the bar, we went to Filey and bought some cider at the shops there to have in our caravan instead.

    The beach and Filey bay are clean, sandy and beautiful. The beach access from the park is not suitable for anyone with mobility difficulties or for wheel chairs I don’t think, but for those who don’t mind a small climb on the way back it is not too bad and has a nice view down to the beach, it is concreted too so fairly easy to walk along.

    All in all we will consider visiting again.

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