There are so many adventures to be had in North Yorkshire, from exploring the North York Moors themselves, to thrilling white-knuckle rides and coastal days for sandcastle building, fossil hunting and even jumping off a cliff!
Distance 3 miles from Low Costa Mill
Children and adults will love Flamingo Land Theme Park & Zoo, a ten minute drive away from Low Costa mill you will find a mix of the latest white-knuckle rides along with plenty of rides suitable for younger children, as well as the Zoo, which houses a range of animals such as big cats, giraffes & hippos to name but a few. Plenty of space to picnic as well as a wide range places to buy food.
Distance 6 miles from Low Costa Mill
Dalby Forest is a centre for adventure; walking or biking along the miles and miles of trails, high thrill adventures such as Go Ape and Segway, as well as plenty of easy trails, picnic and BBQ areas, and a fantastic selection of play parks. Why not hire a bike for added adventure. It is also home to a very popular park-run on a Saturday morning.
Guests of Low Costa Mill can borrow our free pass to access Dalby Forest, saving a little money for an extra ice-cream or 2.
Sealife Centre, Scarborough
Distance 17 miles from Low Costa Mill
Which sea creatures do you love the most? Walk through the underground tunnel and marvel at them. There’s an amazing mix of sea creatures on display, from Penguins to Seals, Sea Dragons and more.
At Sea Life you can see them all, and maybe even help feed some of them
Distance 16 miles from Low Costa Mill
A fabulous new waterpark, with children’s splash area, wave pool, 4 exciting slides and fabulous views over the Scarborough coast from the infinity pool.
Bay Watersports / North Yorkshire Water Park
Distance 13 miles from Low Costa Mill to Wykeham Lake
Bay Watersports run a range of water sport activities at Wykeham Lake, as well as along the North Yorkshire Coast. SUP (Stand Up Paddleboarding), Kayaking and Pedalos can be found at Wykeham. For adrenalin filled fun such as Coasteering or Sea Kayaking then a visit to the coast is on the cards.
North Yorkshire Water Park is also based at Wykeham lake, a large floating inflatable course with slides, balance bars, climbing walls and blast bags!
North York Moors National Park
Peaceful, stunning, picturesque, there are many words to describe the North York Moors. Often known for the stunning heather moorland, there is much more to discover for everyone; walking, cycling, horseriding and photography are all great ways to explore the North York Moors.
Pretty little moorland villages, coastal walking trails steeped in history, forests full of adventure, along with the historic abbeys and castles make the moors a truly magnificent landscape to enjoy.
Two national park centres at Danby and Sutton Bank are a great way to lean more about North York Moors.
With such a wide range of coastal towns and villages, you will certainly need more than one day out at the seaside. From Whitby, Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington, to the smaller fishing villages such as Robin Hoods Bay, Runswick Bay and Staithes you are spoilt for choice.
Distance 23 miles from Low Costa Mill
Whitby is not just about Whitby Abbey and Dracula, although the Abbey is certainly worth a visit, the working harbour and piers, fresh fish and chips, miles of beaches with brightly painted beach huts and the boutique shops through the quirky cobbled lanes make Whitby a must visit.
Distance 19 miles from Low Costa Mill
Scarborough has two large bays with sandy beaches, perfect for sandcastle building, paddling in the sea and donkey riding. Scarborough Castle sits high on the headland overlooking the coast. The Sealife Centre, Alpamere and Peasholm park are all very popular destinations within Scarborough. The Open Air Theatre is host to many concerts throughout the year.
Robin Hoods Bay
Distance 26 miles from Low Costa Mill
Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay located just south of Whitby. Steeped in history, it is easy to believe the tales of smuggling when wandering through the cobbled streets and alleys. The beach is great for exploring the rockpools and fossil hunting is a very popular pastime along the spectacular cliffs.
Distance 32 miles from Low Costa Mill.
Staithes plays a part in history too, James Cook worked here before moving onto fame and fortune with the Endeavour, it is also the location for the popular CBBC series Old Jack’s Boat, starring Bernard Cribbins as Old Jack and, of course, Salty the dog. Staithes is a gorgeous fishing village with a cosy harbour; a great destination for fossil hunters. Colourful fishing boats make Staithes very popular with photographers.