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Where can I go Quad biking in Yorkshire?

The Camp Hill Estate is THE best place in North Yorkshire to go quad biking – I’ve been told this by loads of people, and all the instructors who have taught elsewhere seem to think so too.  Apparently it’s all down to the tracks that you are allowed to go on – and The Camp Hill Estate has it all.

There are 250 acres of beautiful countryside and parkland within The Camp Hill Estate so there are loads of tracks and woodland trails that your instructor can take you along.

As well as offering quad biking for families and children’s groups, Camp Hill is renowned for its corporate team building days, so it is has courses and tracks for every level.  Each session is tailored according to the group’s abilities, so it’s perfect for not only the nervous 6 year old but also for proficient adults who really want to challenge themselves.

Zooming through open fields and being splattered on muddy paths is a brilliant adrenaline rush, exhilarating and great fun!  For children, driving a petrol powered vehicle is always going to be incredibly exciting, and for adults there are endless challenging tracks to discover where nerves and driving skills are really put to the test.

Quad biking is a brilliant family experience, an excellent activity for the school holidays and ideal for birthday parties too.

You do have to be over 6 years old to use the quad bikes at The Camp Hill Estate and do book in advance.

More info here >


Hen Party on the quads!

Quad biking at Camp Hill

Mother and daughter quad trek


The Yorkshire weather doesn’t stop quad biking!

Partying it up Camp Hill Style

Partying it up Camp Hill Style

Local Butcher Wins Best Sausage Competition

The first ever Camp Hill Estate ‘Sausage and Beer Festival’ last weekend was a great success with nearly a thousand visitors sampling the finest Yorkshire sausages from over 15 local butchers together with some delicious local  ales.

The oompah band, complete in their lederhosen, together with some amazing local bands, really set the scene … giving the day a chilled festival feel and everywhere, people relaxed in the sunshine drinking beer, enjoying the delicious free sausage sandwiches from Heck.  There was lots of fun things for children to do…..even a bucking pig!

The winner of the Best Sausage Trophy went to Cockburn’s of Bedale – Mark Cockburn commented: “We were delighted to win the Heck Cup for the best sausage; it meant a lot, especially as it was voted for by the public. We are already looking forward to defending the title next year!”

Camp Hill Estate Heck Sausage and Beer Festival 2014

MP William Hague presented the trophy to Mark Cockburn of Cockburn’s, Bedale.

You might have spotted us in a few national papers too this week!  A hen party just finishing their activities for the day, managed to snap a pic with the MP after he presented the Trophy….. That went viral when he asked what their L plates were for!!!


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