Local Area Highlights

Fir Tree Holiday Park is but a stones throw away from the coast. Our superb location makes us a popular choice for holiday home owners due to the ease of access to some of most popular attractions and area highlights on offer.For families looking for holiday homes by the sea you really are spoiled for choice at Fir Tree. Bridlington Sands is an award-winning beach with golden sand. Danes Dyke Beach is great for exploring and you may even find some fossils! Filey Beach is a 5 mile stretch of golden sands or Hornsea which is great for exploring and collecting shells. Header image: Welcome to Yorkshire



The Queen of the Yorkshire coast, lies just 30 minutes from Bridlington. The main focus to holiday makers is the golden stretch of beach which visitors flock to during the summer months. Picturesque Scarborough Castle dominates the coastal skyline and makes for an interesting day out.

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Head in the opposite direction to Scarborough and you will find the old fishing town of Filey. The long sandy beach is perfect for a day out by the sea, with plenty of refreshments available on the seafront. There is also a small outdoor paddling pool which kids love!

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Bempton Cliffs

Bempton Cliffs

Home to over 200,000 sea birds the RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs offers spectacular coastal views and is perfect for those with keen eye for bird watching. The reserve has some great events and activities for children to get involved in and look out for the Backpack days which are popular with visitors.

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  • Hornsea Freeport: If your looking for a spot of retail therapy then Hornsea Freeport is the ideal place. With an extensive range of high-street and designer brands at discount prices. There’s cafés, fast food outlets and adventure play areas so the kids don’t get bored too!
  • Goathland Village: Fans of Heartbeat will recognise this village as the setting for the TV programme. Visit the now famous village green, shops and tea rooms. All set in the stunning surrounds of the North York Moors.
  • Castle Howard: The Grade II listed building is billed as one of the 'best mansions in the world.' Its spectacular gardens are the foreground for the stunning house behind.
  • Sewerby Hall: Located at the bottom of the road Fir Tree Park is on, Sewerby Hall and Gardens has a small zoo attached to the house and gardens. There is a land train that runs from here toward Bridlington too.
  • Bondville Model Village: There are over 200 buildings including a castle, ruined Abbey and Harbour; see the villagers going about their everyday lives. Watch the train pull its carriages round the village and across the river where fishing boats and cruisers are moored - all in miniature!
  • Alpamare: If it's slides and outdoor pools you want, head to Alpamare in Scarborough.
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway: Running from Pickering to Whitby, this steam train takes you through glorious countryside and through stunning villages.
  • Flamborough Head: Marked by a stretch of rugged white cliffs surrounding a small village, Flamborough Head is an outdoor lover's paradise. The coastline is a great base for bird watching, hiking along windswept paths and sea canoeing around the bay - but only for the experienced outdoor pursuits enthusiast! With a scenic nature reserve and two ancient lighthouses nearby, this Special Area of Conservation is a haven for anyone looking to explore the Yorkshire Coast at its most wild and untamed.
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