There are plenty of places to visit when you’re staying at Aldbrough. There’s nearby Hornsea with its shopping, farm, promenade and more as well as a selection of excellent golf courses.
Why not try The Deep in Hull or take a walk around the stunning Burton Constable Hall and gardens, a beautiful Elizabethan building and the perfect place for a family picnic? Whatever you’re looking to do, Aldbrough will act as the perfect gateway.
The largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire is nearby and is perfect for rowing the boats or having a picnic.
This is an interesting lighthouse-turned-museum dedicated to the RNLI and HM Coastguard.
The UK’s 2017 City of Culture is only 30 minutes drive away. Shop, dine or visit The Deep
You can feed animals, take one of the many signposted walks, milk animals or have a cart ride
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There’s an abundance of natural beauty around Aldbrough Leisure Park. Beyond the incredible beaches, there are several interesting local walks just minutes away, enabling you to explore medieval Holderness or sections of the Trans Pennine trail which starts in the nearby town of Hornsea. There are dozens of walks suitable for all ages, allowing you to experience the local countryside, villages, wildlife and stunning coastline.
If you’d prefer to explore on wheels then you can tackle the Trans Pennine trail by bike; don’t worry, there are options to suit all ages and abilities, so this is an activity suitable for the whole family.
There are limitless cliff top walks, sea views and chances to soak up some sea air near Aldbrough Leisure Park. Our on park team will be happy to suggest places to take in the best sights.