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Swaleview Caravan Park
Reeth Road
Richmond
North Yorkshire

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Nestling on the banks of the River Swale in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, Swaleview Park is the perfect location for your luxury holiday home or touring caravan.
Swaleview is the perfect place from which to explore the Yorkshire Dales: an area blessed with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The nearby historic market town of Richmond, recently voted "Great Town of the Year", is only two and a half miles from the park, and beautiful Swaledale is right on your doorstep.

The area is ideal for walking, cycling or driving around the Dales, and lends itself to lazy days fishing, or simply relaxing with a good book after a gentle walk, or enjoying a meal in one of the superb local pubs or restaurants.

Swaleview is set in open countryside, so you wake to breathtaking views and clean fresh air. Major investment has developed the park to meet consistently high standards, with a recently refurbished toilet and shower block, laundry and children's play areas. As a family run park, our aim is to develop and upgrade the park, while promoting the peaceful and relaxing atmosphere for all our guests. We look forward to welcoming you.

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