Allerthorpe Parish Council

Allerthorpe Lakeland Park is set in 50 acres of grounds and lakes. They offer a variety of watersports as well as a campsite, and cafe. Why not bring your family to come and enjoy the park and all they have to offer.

Located in the wonderful rural village of Allerthorpe in Yorkshire, Conifer lake coarse Fishing and camp site is a great place to spend a weekend or a week or two fishing relaxing and watching the world go by slowly like it did years ago. The well stocked lake is set in 10 acres of private secluded countryside; we have five touring caravan pitches with electric hook-ups, and space for eleven tents some with electric hook-ups, If you want to dine out, or fancy ending the day with a few pints, there is the local pub and restaurant only a 20 minute country walk from site.

 

The best place in Britain to see Adders

Allerthorpe Common Nature Reserve is a small but superb example of lowland heath in the Vale of York, supporting an impressive range of heathland wildlife. It is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

The reserve is a particularly good place to see adders and lizards, it supports a rich variety of water beetle and dragonfly species, and is one of the last places in Yorkshire where the Marsh St. John's-wort grows. To learn more about this lowland heath habitat, visit the Habitat page.

Some of our Residents