Leave the M62 at Junction 22. Follow the A58. Go through traffic lights at Ripponden and the next pub about 1 mile down the road is the Triangle Inn. start indicating to turn right now. The next building is a closed down supermarket across the road from this is a lane called Stansfield Mill Lane go down to the river bridge then turn right immediately after you cross the bridge, go up a private drive leading to Station House Barn the field is at the top of the lane.
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Short Description Our site is a 2.5 acre level flat field with room for small campervans (as access is very tight) and about fifty pitches for tents. The site is in approx 1000 acres of woodland with a small river at one side.The Calderdale Way also runs alongside our site - a lovely walk that cuts through the woods from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden. The site is in approx 1000 acres of woodland with a small river at one side just down an embankment. The Calderdale Way runs on the other side; a lovely walk through the woods from Sowerby Bridge to Ripponden. We have three toilets , two hot showers and a washing up sink. We have portaloo emptying facilities for caravans. Space for about 50 tents – no booking, so get there early at weekends as it is quite a popular site (with many regulars) Type Camp & Caravan Sites, Walking Friendly Location Sowerby Bridge Address 1 Rough Hey Wood, Triangle, Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX6 3NB Phone Number 01422 834586 Web Address roughheywood.wordpress.com Recharge Point No
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Rough Hey Wood Camp Site
1 Rough Hey WoodTriangle Sowerby Bridge West Yorkshire HX6 3NB
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