Static Caravans for Sale in Filey

static caravans for sale Filey

Are you considering buying a holiday home in the popular seaside town of Filey?

With various holiday parks in the area, there are plenty of choices if you are looking for static caravans for sale in Filey.

Located on the North Yorkshire coast, between Scarborough and Bridlington, Filey is home to a beautiful sandy beach.

Although Filey is a popular holiday resort, it is more peaceful than other coastal locations, making it an ideal place to enjoy a break away from the hustle and bustle.

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🔎 Static Caravans For Sale In Filey On Holiday Parks



⭐New from £34,995

⭐ Site Fees: from £4,900 a year

⭐ Open March – November



⭐ New from £38,674

⭐ Site Fees: from £5,950 a year

⭐ Open March – January



⭐ New from £34,995

⭐ Site Fees: from £5,110 a year

⭐ Open March – November

The following holiday parks in Filey sell static caravans and lodges:

1. Blue Dolphin Holiday Park

Blue Dolphin Haven
Blue Dolphin by Haven Holidays

Blue Dolphin Holiday Park is a Haven-owned holiday park that overlooks Gristhorpe Bay and is next to the popular golden sands of Filey Beach.

The popular holiday park has a freshwater fishing lake and indoor and outdoor pools with a multi-lane water slide.

Blue Dolphin is a dog-friendly park, and thanks to the location of the park, there are plenty of places to walk your four-legged friends.

Ownership at a Haven holiday park includes many benefits, including an owners’ lounge, private gym and private swimming times.

Blue Dolphin Ownership:

  • New from £34,995
  • New, used caravans or lodges
  • Subletting allowed
  • Site Fees: from £4,900 a year
  • Running Costs: varies
  • Dogs welcome
  • Open March – November

2. Primrose Valley Holiday Park

Primrose Valley, Haven, Lake View

Haven’s Primrose Valley holiday park is one of the largest in the company’s collection, located a short drive or walk north of the popular tourist town of Filey.

Primrose Valley offers guests direct access to a sandy beach and various on-site amenities, including an indoor swimming pool with a multi-lane water slide, an outdoor heated swimming pool, an aerial adventure course, and a fishing lake.

sandy beach at Primrose Valley
Sandy Beach at Primrose Valley, Haven

Like Blue Dolphin, Primrose Valley is a dog-friendly park.

Primrose Valley is a popular choice for families looking for a traditional seaside break, and the wide range of facilities on offer means that there is something to suit everyone.

Ownership at Primrose Valley has many benefits, including an owners-only golf course, owners lounge, private gym, and owners-only balcony in the Show Bar.

Primrose Valley Ownership:

  • New from £38,674
  • New, used caravans or lodges
  • Subletting allowed
  • Site Fees: from £5,950 a year
  • Dogs welcome
  • Open March – January

3. Reighton Sands Holiday Park

caravans for sale Reighton Sands
Caravans For Sale Reighton Sands

Reighton Sands Holiday Park is located a few miles down the road from Primrose Valley, set on a stunning clifftop location with wonderful views over Filey Bay.

Many of the holiday homes at the dog-friendly Reighton Sands have a sea view, with plenty of on-site activities to keep everyone entertained, including archery and junior segways.

Outdoor pool at Reighton Sands

Among the many facilities and activities at Reighton Sands are a 9-hole golf course, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, and an outdoor lazy river.

Ownership benefits at Reighton Sands include owners-only swimming, golf, wine club and a quiz night.

Reighton Sands Ownership:

  • New from £34,995
  • New, used caravans or lodges
  • Subletting allowed
  • Site Fees: from £5,110 a year
  • Dogs welcome
  • Open March – November

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Why Buy A Static Caravan Or Lodge In Filey?

Filey is a charming seaside town on the Yorkshire coast, packed with attractions and activities, making it an ideal place to own a holiday home.

A huge selling point is undoubtedly the pristine Filey Beach, a long stretch of golden sand perfect for leisurely walks, sunbathing, and sandcastle building.

But there are plenty more attractions and things to do in Filey.

Nature lovers can explore the stunning landscapes of the North York Moors National Park, birdwatch at Bempton Cliffs, or stroll along the scenic Filey Brigg. History and culture enthusiasts can delve into local heritage at Filey Museum or take a short drive to the historic Scarborough Castle.

Family-friendly attractions like the Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park, the Sea Life Sanctuary in nearby Scarborough, and the nostalgic North Bay Railway trip add to Filey’s appeal.

Owning a holiday home here means you’re never far from these attractions, with the added benefit of escaping to a tranquil seaside retreat whenever you wish.

  1. Stroll along Filey Beach: With its long stretch of golden sand and beautiful sea views, Filey Beach is perfect for relaxation, sunbathing, or building sandcastles.
  2. Explore Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park: This delightful attraction is home to various animals and birds and offers interactive experiences for children and adults.
  3. Visit Filey Museum: Located in a historical building, this museum offers insights into Filey’s rich past, from its early days as a fishing village to its evolution as a popular tourist destination.
  4. Walk the Filey Brigg: This long, narrow peninsula offers panoramic views of the North Sea and is a great spot for birdwatching and rock pooling.
  5. Explore Scarborough Castle: A short drive from Filey, this iconic 12th-century fortress offers stunning views of the coastline and insight into the region’s tumultuous history.
  6. Visit the Sea Life Sanctuary in Scarborough: Home to a wide array of aquatic life, including penguins, sharks, and turtles; it’s a fun-filled educational day out for the whole family.
  7. Hike in the North York Moors National Park: With its stunning heather moorland, deep valleys, and quaint villages; it offers numerous walking routes and breathtaking scenery.
  8. Visit Bempton Cliffs: Managed by the RSPB (Royal Society for the Protection of Birds), these cliffs are one of the UK’s top birdwatching sites, especially during spring and summer when thousands of seabirds nest.
  9. Take a North Bay Railway trip in Scarborough: This historic miniature railway takes you on a scenic journey around Scarborough’s North Bay, offering beautiful sea views.
  10. Discover the Rotunda Museum in Scarborough: One of the world’s first purpose-built museums, it’s known for its geology and local history exhibits, including Jurassic dinosaur fossils.

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