Camping in West Yorkshire - A List of West Yorkshire Campsites
Bradford, historically is a part of West Riding. It was a boom town of the industrial revolution and rapidly became the wool capital of the world. The Wool Exchange is a grand looking building built in the 19th century to symbolise the wealth that wool had brought to Bradford. It has not been used for trading wool since the 60\'s and is now a small shopping centre.
Halifax is a minster town and is famous for Mackintosh chocolates (now owned by Neslte). Piece Hall in the town centre was originally built as a sales centre for handloom weavers. It contains 315 separate rooms. It is now home to an art gallery and the tourist information centre. The Halifax town hall was designed by Charles Barry in 1863. He also designed the Houses of Parliament.
Campsites in West Yorkshire
North cottage , bunkers Hill , Aberford, Leeds, LS25 3DN
Pitches: 5 caravans 10 tent | Season: 12 months
The New Delight Inn, Blackshaw Head. Hebden Bridge, HX7 7HT
Pitches: 10 | Season: April to October
Cragg Vale, Hebden Bridge, HX7 5RU
Pitches: 45 | Season: 18th March - 7th November
High Greenwood House, Widdop road, Hebden Bridge, HX7 7AZ
Pitches: 50 tents and 15 campervans | Season: March - Sep
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