Pilgrims Fathers Caravan Park is an eco-friendly Caravan and Camping park set with a capacity of 5 & a half acres. Our Lovely place is bordering North Nottinghamshire & Lincolnshire countryside offering a quiet and relaxing retreat.
Scrooby is a small village, on the River Ryton and near Bawtry, in north Nottinghamshire, England. At the time of the 2001 census it had a population of 329.Until 1766, it was on the Great North Road so became a stopping-off point for numerous important figures including Queen Elizabeth I and Cardinal Wolsey on their journeys. The latter stayed at the Manor House briefly, after his fall from favour.
The Manor House belonged to the Archbishops of York and so was sometimes referred to as a palace. (A nearby former farmhouse is still called Palace Farm.) At the end of the sixteenth century, the house was occupied by William Brewster, the Archbishop's bailiff, who was also postmaster. Notice boards direct visitors to the best places to view the historic sites which today are private property.
The parish church of St Wilfrid has an octagonal spire. Other buildings of interest are the remaining buildings on the site of the former manor house, the mill, the old vicarage, the village's historic farmhouses, and the pinfold. The village stocks were sold to America, more than a hundred years ago.
Bus Links direct to Bawtry & Doncaster. Within walking distance of Bawtry.
30 pitches are available.
We offer flat level grass pitches
Awnings and all new electric hook-up points. (16 amp)