Things To Do in East Yorkshire
As one of the most popular destinations the East Yorkshire Coast has a lot to offer for visitors. Whether you’re coming for a short weekend stay or want to spend more time exploring the local area, there are plenty of things to do. At Maples Country Park we offer holiday homes for sale, allowing you to create your own home away from home.
Our guide to things to do around Hornsea and East Yorkshire covers all you need to know, from local amenities to great days out.
Hornsea and the Local Area
The town of Hornsea is a seaside resort located on the East Yorkshire coast. It has a blue flag beach, plenty of amenities for you to use, as well as a beautiful promenade. Our caravan site is located 1 mile north of the town, meaning it’s easy for you to access this location.
There are plenty of places to find items for your stay, including a Co-Op and a Tesco Superstore. If you enjoy shopping, then Hornsea Freeport is a great place to go. Here you can find several stores such as Mountain Warehouse, Thorntons, The Works, Tog 24 along with local businesses.
Other places to explore for days out include the local museum, golf club, Wassand Hall, as well as Yorkshire’s largest freshwater lake Hornsea Mere. There is also Honeysuckle Farm, a 46 acre grassland farm with everything from animals to horse and cart rides.
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Hull and Humberside
The city of Hull is only 30 minutes away, giving you plenty of options for a day out. There is everything here from high street brands to activity centres. Some of the best places to visit in Hull include:
Pet Friendly Places To Go
As a dog friendly park, we love finding new and exciting places for pet owners to explore around East Yorkshire. There are plenty of walks to go on with your four legged friends. One of the most popular walks in Hornsea is the Hornsea Triangle. This covers 6 miles (9.6 km) and takes you past some amazing scenery.
The beach is also another place to visit, however there are restrictions on dogs in place between May 1 and September 30 every year. Other beaches where there are no restrictions in place include Hornsea South Beach, Skipsea and Barmston.