The mixed touring and static caravan park, which is situated in a popular tourist location close to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, was sold from a guide price of £1.65m.

The acquisition by local caravan park operator Flower of May Holiday Parks takes its growing portfolio to eight parks.

Upper Carr – which was owned, developed and invested in by the current owner for a period of four years – features 43 static caravan pitches, 46 touring caravan pitches, three lodges, three pods and excellent park amenities including a licenced tea room, reception, games room and amusement arcade and amenity block all over approximately 5.4 acres.

Richard Moss, Director of the specialist Parks division of Colliers International, said: “Upper Carr offers an excellent opportunity for its new owner.

“The investment by the former owner has resulted in a highly attractive park which can provide continued growth, which the new owner can develop to take the park to its optimum trading level.

“The excellent trading location and the level of park facilities meant this was an outstanding opportunity for Flower of May who has acquired a park which is an excellent fit with their existing portfolio.”