Opposite the field you will find our chickens, about 60 of them laying fabulous eggs with good old fashioned golden yolks which you can buy in the farm shop. A little wander up the farm track, only if accompanied by a farm worker, you will find our herd of suckler cows.
On the campsite you will find:
5 caravan pitches and 10 tent pitches
Electric hook ups - metered and charged at cost please request a hook up at time of booking
1 Shower - chargable at £1 per 7 minutes
Bad weather shelter with local info, kettle, small fridge and free to use electric socket.
Farm Shop - selling our fresh laid eggs, our own beef and other fresh produce and gifts.
Outdoor seating for refreshments
Washing up station
Chemical Disposal Point
Electric Hook Ups are live on the site now and are metered so you only pay for what you use - please mention when booking if you require a hook up.
Pie & Peas Supper
We are proud to provide a pie and peas supper on the site using our own famous Colton Beef Pies. The cost is £5.50 per person and this must be booked in advance as the pies take an hour to cook. Please note this service must be booked in advance and may not always be available.
BBQ's and Campfires:
We provide a specially prepared safe space for one communal camp fire and you can bring your own wood or we wood, kindling and firelighters in the shop. We only ask that the fire is used safely and put out by 11pm. If you would like a fire on your pitch we rent out firebaskets which are safe for use on the farm for a £5 deposit and you can buy firelogs in the shop or bring them with you (the large firelighter type firelog). We also sell disposable BBQ's and guests are welcome to bring their own but these must not be placed on the floor whilst in use/hot.
As our farm is part of this lovely village our camp has a quiet time of 10pm and we do not welcome music at any time.
In Colton Village and surrounding areas you will find:
The Sun Inn, 5 minutes walk from the farm is an award winning pub with real local ales and great food - but you are best off booking if you want to eat on a weekend night. Visit their website www.yeoldsuninn.co.uk
Great cycle routes through pretty villages and into the cycling city of York. www.cyclingcityyork.org.uk
Lovely walks through the countryside.
Colton Bridge - a unique place for trainspotting where you can sometimes see the new steam trains being tested or old engines being brought to and from the National Rail Museum in York.
All Saints Church in Bolton Percy (approx 3 miles from Colton) - a medievel church known as the minster of the north before being overtaken by York Minster. A great building well worth a visit with some amazing stained glass windows. Opposite the church is the old church yard which is renowned for its wildflowering garden, also worth a look if you are at the church. www.ainstyvillages.co.uk
D'oylys Tea Rooms, Bolton Percy - a really lovely tea rooms in beautiful gardens in this lovely village. You will find a warm welcome and scrumptious afternoon teas here. www.doylys.co.uk
Low Season = All dates except July/August:
£10 per tent including 2 adults/2 children.
Extra people £2 each.
Shower tokens £1 each from the farm shop.
High Season = July/August
£16 per tent per night including 2 adults/2 children
Extra people £2 each
Shower tokens £1 each from the farm shop
PLEASE NOTE THAT DURING BUSY TIMES WE SOMETIMES ASK FOR A MINIMUM 2 NIGHT STAY FOR SATURDAY NIGHT BOOKINGS, please enquire if you are unsure.
We welcome small family groups who are happy to enjoy our site and rules.
Awnings and Gazebos
We accept awnings and gazebos by prior arrangement and at a cost of £3 per night. This is because they can soon fill up extra pitches which we then cannot rent out. We hope you understand.
Extra Large Tents:
Guests must advise us at the time of booking if any of the tents are extra large i.e. more than 6m x 6m floor space. In these cases an extra fee may be charged as extra pitches are used up.
Children under 16
We love having children on the site, but they must be accompanied by adults at all times as this is a working farm and must remain within the campsite area.
The campsite is open year round. New arrivals are welcome from 1pm and asked to depart by 11am unless agreed otherwise, which we are always happy to extend if we are able to.
As we are a working farm it is difficult to accept dogs, however we will always welcome guide dogs and hearing dogs which are constantly accompanied.
Please telephone 01904 744371 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that as we are a working farm we may not be in to answer your call, but please leave a message and we will return all calls asap. We ask for a 50% deposit to secure bookings, the remainder payable upon arrival. In the event that you have to cancel a booking, we will try our best to fill your space so we can refund any paid deposit. Please note: as per a number of other reputable campsites who are suffering from high numbers of non-arrivals, we will charge for non arrivals who do not inform us that they are not coming, however please be assured we are always understanding of people who inform us in advance.