Moor Valley Park is a family-owned business. Exclusive to the retired or semi-retired or for people with no dependants, however we do allow visiting grand children. Our park offers the feeling of being part of a community, knowing that you are surrounded by like-minded people in a secure environment and we are insistent on keeping the highest of standards.
Situated in the quiet village of Hawksworth, near Leeds, Moor Valley is open 11 months of the year - March 1st to January 31st and facilities include Hudson’s Licensed Bar & On-site Laundrette.
Moor Valley is a haven surrounded by historical towns, golf courses, open moorland, wildlife and beautiful countryside walks. It is accessible from all major road networks, close to Leeds Bradford Airport, Baildon & Guiseley train stations.
Our friendly & enthusiastic staff will endeavour to find you the perfect holiday home to suit your needs, ensuring you get the right holiday home, at the right time, at the right price.
Our park has regular open days as advertised on this website. If you would like to arrange a private viewing of our available plots or second hand holiday homes and log cabins, or if you have any other enquiries, please do get in touch.
If you require a specific make or model of static caravan or perhaps one within a certain price range then please do not hesitate to contact us; we will happy to help you.
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What our Home Owners Say about Moor Valley Park
"We chose this park for its peace & Tranqillity"
"We love being away from the hustle & bustle a quieter and more slower pace of life"
"The staff at Moor Valley are always on hand to help"
"The park has the highest of standards and we loved that the park rules protected us and the way in which the park is run"
" The onsite pub is a lovely addition on the park and the beer garden in summer is a lovely place for people to get together"
" The park is a family run business, so nothing is ever too much trouble, we just call into reception and speak to Emma"