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Camping Dentdale

High Laning Caravan and Camping Site is located within High Laning Farm, A farm that is still fully operational and works around the caravan and camping site 365 days a year. With animals ranging from Cows, Sheep, goats and Princess the Donkey. The farm has a long history enduring many changes throughout which will hopefully secure a good future.

About Dent

Dent is a small village in Dentdale and is located on the western slopes of the Pennines, although part of Cumbria, Dent is within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. The famous 3 peaks walk can be accessed through Dent's FREE Flintergill & Outrake Nature Trail walk that depicts on the trail the bygone Dales and a free viewing of a wonderful collection of memorabilia and implements in the High Ground Farm Sted Barn which is located on the nature trail close to High Laning Farm.

Dent is the birth place of famous Geologist Adam Sedgewick who was born in 1785 and went on to become one of the town’s famous son’s. As well as this whilst fishing on the Dee at Dentdale in the 1840s, William Armstrong, 1st Baron Armstrong saw a waterwheel in action, supplying power to a marble quarry. It struck Armstrong that much of the available power was being wasted and it inspired him to design a successful hydraulic engine which began the accumulation of his wealth and industrial empire.

The modern village is home to the famous Dent Brewery, A small independent microbrewery that produces a selection of premium ale’s.

Dent is also home to the highest mainline railway station in England at 1,150 feet above sea level.

High Laning
Caravan Park in Dentdale
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