From the Daily Telegraph 13/12/10 said on Oct 10, 2011 2:27 PM
The best campsites on the Trans-Pennine Trail cycle route Question:- Which campsites would you recommend on the Trans-Pennine Trail cycle route? Answer;- The Trans Pennine Trail (TPT) is an exciting route for walkers and cyclists and passes through some of the most historic towns and cities in the North of England. There’s an abundance of campsites along the way but a nice place to start in the west is the Holly Bank Caravan Park near Lymm - a large family site with very hospitable staff. The nearby Lymefield Farm, Hyde, Cheshire, is a small and delightful campsite, and is actually part of a garden centre. Moving east along the Pennine Way, Woodland View Caravan site near the picturesque market town of Penistone is situated within a green belt and has fantastic views. You can easily access the Trail from this site and it makes a great stop-off. There’s also the Moss Hagg Farm located on the outskirts of Selby in North Yorkshire, which is well maintained and has very accommodating owners. Further east in Seaton near Hornsea is the White Cottage camping and caravan site – good value and near the beach.