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Bringing you news, announcements and events from High Oaks Grange and around and about on the North York Moors and Pickering.

With guest blogs coming from attractions in the area, members of staff and you - our visitors.

Woodland Lodges Pickering

... you're sure of a big suprise! You won't find a teddy bears' picnic, but you will find our 4* Woodland Lodges, perfect for all the family to enjoy.

Family Glamping Pods in Pickering

Win a short break in a Family Glamping  Pod at High Oaks Grange with our August Facebook competition. Terms and conditions are as follows:

Glamping Pods at High Oaks Grange

Have you ever been lured into considering a camping holiday when the weather takes a turn for the better? Have you ever thought: "it might be nice to go away this weekend, and get a bit closer to nature", only to be struck by flashbacks of wandering across a soggy field at 6AM to go to the loo? Have you had enough of dodgy camp beds and communial showers? 

If so, allow us to introduce you to the glorious world of glamping at High Oaks Grange...

Castle Howard

The magnificient Castle Howard is one of the many attractions close to High Oaks Grange. That's why we we're thrilled to hear that Countryfile Live is being held there this year!

Woodland Lodge with Hot Tub Pickering

Win a short break in a Woodland Lodge at High Oaks Grange with our June Facebook competition. Terms and conditions are as follows:

Walking Routes - Thornton le Dale to Ellerburn

Thornton le Dale is regarded by many people as the prettiest village in the National Park, and while its obvious charms make it popular with visitors, it’s also full of historic interest. This 2-mile circular walk follows riverside field paths to the hamlet of Ellerburn and its ancient church, before returning along a minor road to Thornton le Dale. It's an enjoyable stroll at any time of year, but spring and autumn in particular show the wooded riverside at its best.

Flamingo Land Zoo

Flamingo Land in Kirby Misperton, near Malton, is a truly amazing attraction incorporating a zoo and theme park.

The zoo has the distinction of being the most visited in the UK, according to Visit England and its easy to understand why. Flamingo Land is home to more than 140 mammals and birds including hippos, lions, baboons, lemurs, giraffes and, of course, the park's flamingos.


Robin Hoods Bay is renowned for it's quaint cottages, narrow alleyways bursting with maritime and local folklore. Follow our itinerary for a wonderful day exploring this amazing village.

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