Overnighting in Scarborough

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  1. wasp

    wasp Funster

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    I fancy a trip up to Scarborough this weekend does anybody know of any spots to overnight park we parked on the north parade last year but it was abit noisy so wondered if there is any where else. Thaks in advance:Smile::Smile::Smile:
     
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    Scalby mills car park, sign posted 'sealife center', is quite popular.

    Haganap stops there quite often when he's in town.

    Scalby Mills pub 100 yds away...Ivanho pub 1/4 mile away.

    should be ok at this time of year but, as always, be prepared to move.

    the local council appear to have overcome the misinterpretaion of the 'no camping' signs.

    the new parking by-law signs say 'no overnight sleeping, no camping, no caravanning, no cooking'

    just about covers it i reckon :Angry:
     
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    Thanks John have they stopped the parking up the sea wall now as well thats where we stayed last year in that little set back section as I remember there were three of us parked there for the weekend..I suppose if it`s that bad CC&C site might have to do:cry::cry::cry:
     
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    usually loads parked up during the day on the marine drive, which is where i think you mean, but i dont know about overnighting there.
    this time of year i dont suppose they're that bothered.

    i dont normally venture down there...been there, seen it !!!

    the refurbished Oasis cafe near the northern end does a mean full english though, if you do stay there and cant be bothered to cook... :thumb:

    you could try on the hill top (Albert drive) overlooking the Marine drive... accessed from North Marine road... slightly sloping though but should be quiet.
     
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    I havn`t been to Scarborough for a good while, last time i was there i overnighted in the sealife centre carpark , no bother empty on a night . :thumb:
     
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