On the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales, the unassuming village of Ingleton is a starting point for both one of the best short walks in the Dales and one of its most challenging. The Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is probably the most popular route from here but as the village is in the shadow of Ingleborough, one of Yorkshire's Three Peaks, serious hikers might be tempted to take on the 12-hour challenge to conquer them all. Ingleton is also a centre for underground adventure and outdoor activity including, of course, camping. Nearby, there are plenty of local campsites, some within the national park, others just outside. Where ever you choose to pitch, our recommended short-list of campsites will offer the perfect guidance...
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North Yorkshire Dales National Park Ingleton Thornton Force camping holiday glamping holidays campsite campsites glampsite glampsites campervan caravan caravans tent tents at Ingleton Camping, On the western edge of the Yorkshire Dales, the unassuming village of Ingleton is home to one of the best short walks in the national park, up to Thornton Force waterfall and past a series of other spouts, falls, plunge pools and panoramic viewpoints. Find the best local campsites in the area, with our pick of the best Ingleton campsites.