Seadale Caravan Camp, Filey

Wright’s Seadale Caravan Camp is one of the longest established caravan parks in the Filey area. Furthermore, unlike most of the other camps it is actually within Filey itself. This means that you don’t need a car if you want to walk into the town or go to the beach.

The park is open from March to the end of October annually. Outside this period the park is closed.

The Camp is both family owned and run and this gives it a much more personal feel than many of the larger sites owned by national chains. It also means that you are a person rather than a plot number.

All of the caravans on the site are privately owned and this means that the site is fairly quiet (no continuous rental of the caravans at peak season). It also means that you get to know your neighbours and the staff - making Seadale Caravan Camp a real home from home.

Services and facilities

In terms of facilities, all plots have electricity, mains water and sewage. Gas cylinders are supplied and connected from the site office. All lawn areas around the caravans are mowed weekly while the park is open and staff are always on call.

The site has a laundry room with new washing machines and a tumble drier.

Although most of our tenants do not require them, we have a shower and toilet block (separate men and women) - All of these facilities have been refurbished recently.

Availability of plots and associated information

Please contact Dave or William on 0785 5535601 to find out about available plots and caravan sales.

The availability of caravan plots is determined by previous owners leaving the camp and therefore the timing and frequency of this is something over which we have no control. Because the site is popular, available plots do not come up that frequently, so the best way to find out if we have one available is to contact us directly.

The area around a caravan (over which you have responsibility) will vary depending on the plot size, caravan size and where the plot is on the site. We will clarify all of this with you when discussing any available plot.