Camping in South Yorkshire - A List of South Yorkshire Campsites
Sheffield is a city on the river Sheaf. During the 19th century it was internationally known for its steel production. It has two large theatres, and The Crucible theatre is the home of the world snooker championships. The Millennium galleries, is an art gallery in the city. It hosts touring exhibitions from the Tate gallery and the Victoria and Albert museum in London. The winter garden in the city is one of the largest glasshouses to be built in the UK during the last 100 years. It is home to more than 2000 plants from around the world. The town hall took seven years to build and was opened by Queen Victoria using a remote control lock from her carriage. The building is used by the city council and houses a collection of silverware which is on display.
Goole is a town and port. The port handles many millions of tonnes of cargo each year, making it one of the most important ports on the east coast. It\'s prominent landmark is the twin water towers, often called the salt and pepper pots.
Barnsley is a town on the river Dearne. It was noted for its glassblowing and coal mining. Coal mining developed in the town before the industrial revolution and the last of the pits closed in 1994. There is still glass making in the area, and the first glass recycling bottle bank opened here. There has been a long tradition of brass bands in Barnsley, many members of which were miners.
Campsites in South Yorkshire
Old Thorne Road, Doncaster, DN7 6EQ
Pitches: 75 | Season: April To October
Hall park barn, Roscoe Bank, Rivelin Valley, S6 5SA
Pitches: 6 | Season: 25th March - 30th September
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