Upcoming rallies

  • Clotherholme Farm Clotherholme Farm, Ripon
    19 Oct 2018

    Traditional family farm on the outskirts of Ripon, easily accessible and dog friendly; but they must be kept on a lead. Ideally located on the NW edge of Ripon, for visiting the Cathedral ...

  • Halloween & Bonfire Meet Beech Tree Farm, York
    25 Oct 2018

    A large, flat, well maintained site with lovely scenery and only a short drive from Clifton Moor retail park and the centre of York. The York A64 road is easily accessible for travelling ...

  • Dinner Dance Newsholme Manor, Oakworth
    09 Nov 2018

    Situated in the beautiul Oakworth countryside with panoramic rural views stretching over the valley. Close to Haworth and Bronte Country, 5 minutes from the Worth Valley Railway's Oak ...

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Site Rules

Unless stated in the Rally section there is no need to book - just turn up!

Opening times - Rallies open at 12.00 noon and THS 10.00. Please plan to arrive on site after the site opens.

All rubbish must be taken home with you at the close of the meet unless stated otherwise.

Waste water must be collected in a suitable receptacle and must not be allowed to foul the ground.

Please remember to bring your own toilet. No part of any toilet should be taken to a drinking water tap.

Open fires are not permitted

All units must place a bucket of water outside their unit in case of fire.

Dogs must be kept on a lead (maximum 2 metres) at all times and any waste disposed of immediately and responsibly. Dogs must not be taken into marquees or buildings used for social events (guide dogs excepted).

Respect must be shown to the landowners property and all 'out of bounds' areas observed.

There is a maximum speed limit on site of 5mph. Please keep to this limit and keep traffic movement to a minimum.

No vehicle movement on site between 11.00pm and 7.00am.

No noise on site between 11.00pm and 7.00am.

No smoking in marquees or any other buildings being used.

Added on: 29/04/2015

2018 Sites List

For a full list of all 2018 CYDA rallies & THS's updated 25/03/2018 (to include Acaster Malbis and update price pun at Mr Moos), please click on the link below.

2018 Sites List
Added on: 13/11/2016

CYDA Photo Competition

Welcome to the CYDA photo competition. 

This photo competition will run throughout the year and will be open to all CCC members and youths.  The idea is we are looking for you to submit photos that capture something interesting about the locations we visit e.g a local landmark, a view from the site, sunset over the caravans - you get the idea. If you want to get creative and digitally enhance the photo then this is also allowed.  Each rally/THS will run as a seperate competition starting from Rudding House Farm this weekend. I am expecting some tough competition between members and youths.

Photos must be submitted by email to cydapix@hotmail.com within 1 week of the close of the rally/THS.  I will then post all of the pix on the website and post the winner for each rally/THS in a seperate gallery.  The prize is bragging rights ! If all goes well we may turn them into a CYDA calendar for 2019  - hows that for forward planning!

So what are you waiting for ... get snapping!



Added on: 20/09/2017

CYDA Youth Section

CYDA actively supports the Camping Club Youth (CCY) and within CYDA we have an active youth section.  At some rallies and THS sites, we have a designated youth camping area and if you are a member of the Youth Section of the Camping and Caravanning club and aged 12- 21, you may camp in this area.  Additionally, we host a range of activities for youths of all ages providing opportunities to make new friends & simply have fun.  These activities take place throughout the year at numerous DA weekend meets.

Your Youth Leaders are Ann and Alan Brown and more information about future activities can be found on facebook,  see the CYDA youth group

More information on CCY can be found here

Added on: 21/06/2017

FOL 2018 theme is 1960s

The theme for the 2018 FOL rally at Bilton is 1960s.  This is going to be a fabulous event and I cannot wait to see the creativity on display when we turn back the clock on our caravans and awnings.  Also, we had such a great time last year dressing up in the style of the 1940s we thought we should do the same again this year by dressing up in the theme of 1960s.  So clear out those wardrobes or check out your local charity shop and make it a night to remember. 

Added on: 08/07/2018

Sites Officer wanted

There is a vacancy for the position of Sites Officer available from the 2018 AGM.  This is a key role and it is absolutely essential that we have a Sites Officer who can identify and book sites for the forthcoming season.  This notice is to give advance notification to enable any interested parties to come forward and see whats involved.  If you are interested and think you can help the club then please have a chat with Bob.

Added on: 18/09/2017