Blue Dolphin Holiday Park is at the center of everything, apart from the park's beautiful surroundings close by you will find a whole host of local attractions (or within a short drive) for the whole family.
Step back in time to the Eden Project a WW2 experience for all the family.
Bridlington Beach - makes a great day out for all the family. With an excellent sand and shingle beach - good car parking and harbour - where you can take trips out on the sea.
Seaside shops and places to eat are located on the sea front.
Eden Camp - was a Prisoner of War Camp, now a museum with sights and sounds of WW2. See Battle of Britain, The Blitz, the Home Guard, Evacuation, the Street at War and VE & VJ Day.
Flamingo Land - set in over 375 acres with a zoo and theme park. You can find Tigers, Giraffes, Penguins, and the new penguin pool.
John Bull World of Rock - come and see how rock is made - as well as biscuits and chocolates. Shop that sells all sweets.
Jorvik Viking Centre - the Vikings are here - just for you come and see the original Coppergate dig site. Also a multi-million pound renovation see a viking houses and figures.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway - ride on a fullsize steam train as it was around 1930's. See the vintage charm and amazing scenery on one of the world’s greatest heritage railways. This line was first opened in 1836 and served the local villages, today this line is again open the the public. Said to be one of the busiest steam train lines in the world, you may recognise it from the TV series, Heartbeat.
Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary - with it's own car park - come and see all manor of underwater creatures face to face. Go on a fascinating journey from the coastline to the depths of the ocean.
Whitby - home to Dracula! and a great day out - with a harbour - small town with great shops - Sandy Beach and donkey rides and rock pools.
Scarborough Fair Collection - fairground rides to Steam Engines and some outstanding Organs from around Europe including the famous Iron Maiden traction engine from the 1962 film The Iron Maiden.
Robin Hood’s Bay, near Whitby - once the centre for smuggling with its hidden tunnels and secret beach access from some of the houses close by. This bay is one of the most beautiful in the country and is very secluded as you would expect. This village has some great views, so bring your camara.