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Kilnsey Park

Kilnsey Park, Kilnsey, Skipton BD23 5PS, UK

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About Kilnsey Park

Kilnsey Park is a family visitor attraction in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. It offers activities for all the family including fun fishing, friendly farm animals and a nature trail with butterfly garden and rare orchids. It also offers a real Yorkshire Dales experience with events and activities including fun fishing, walking, pony trekking and cycling.


Attractions near Kilnsey Park

Gordale Scar6.81km from Kilnsey Park

Gordale Scar is a limestone ravine 1 mile northeast of Malham, North Yorkshire, England. It contains two waterfalls and has overhanging limestone cliffs over 330 feet high. The gorge could have been formed by water from melting glaciers or a cavern collapse. The stream flowing through the scar is Gordale Beck, which on leaving the gorge flows over Janet's Foss before joining Malham Beck 2 miles downstream to form the River Aire.  A right of way leads up the gorge, but requires climbing approxima

Janet's Foss7.53km from Kilnsey Park

Janet's Foss is a popular waterfall and beauty spot on the southern edge of Yorkshire. The waterfall is at the top of the woods with a short rocky climb required to reach the road on Gordale Lane. The waterfall itself features Tufa deposits forming on the rocks behind the waterfall.  It is also a b beautiful location for family swims and celebrations.

Malham Tarn7.99km from Kilnsey Park

Malham Tarn is England’s highest freshwater lake.The current tarn is actually thought to only be half its original size with Tarn Moss, immediately to the west, having originally formed part of the lake It is an area of outstanding moorland uplands, with lower-rich hay meadows, varied birdlife, and awe-inspiring vistas.

Malham Cove8.35km from Kilnsey Park

Malham Cove is a huge curving amphitheatre-shaped cliff formation of limestone rock.It was formed by a waterfall carrying meltwater from glaciers at the end of the last Ice Age more than 12,000 years ago. Today it is a well-known beauty spot within the Yorkshire Dales National Park Formed along the line of the Middle Craven Fault, it has been eroded backward from the line of the fault by the action of water and ice over millions of years. The limestone pavement at the top is a superb example of

Grimwith Reservoir9.27km from Kilnsey Park

Grimwith Reservoir is located on the Pateley Bridge to Grassington Road (B6265) and offers the basis for a circular walk of high quality following the shore. The walk is within the walled boundaries of the reservoir yet offers some stunning views of the moors in which it is located together with extensive panoramas into the Yorkshire Dales.  It is the largest reservoir owned by Yorkshire Water in terms of water storage. It is near the villages of Appletreewick, Burnsall, Hartlington, Hebden, and

Stump Cross Caverns12.21km from Kilnsey Park

An ancient natural cave formation deep underneath the Yorkshire Dales.   The caves themselves began to form as the limestone was eroded by weak acid rain, created when carbon dioxide from the atmosphere mixed with the precipitation to form carbonic acid. It offer a range of facilities for a great family day out, including a gift shop and tea room as well as the caves themselves. There is also a twenty minute film presentation shown in its lecture theatre, informing visitors of the history and de

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North Yorkshire is the largest non-metropolitan county and lieutenancy area in England, covering an area of 8,654 square kilometres . Around 40% of the county is covered by national parks, including most of the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors.