A district celebrated for its landscapes and recognised as one of England’s most precious jewels, Northumberland is the perfect destination for campers. Situated along the North sea coastline, this county’s overflow of natural beauty is sure to astound visitors. With a low annual rain fall and camp sites dotted all around this striking location, it the ideal place to enjoy the ultimate, unforgettable camping holiday.
Riverside Country Park
Located around the banks of Wooler Water, Riverside Country Park lies in the pinnacle of Northumberland’s beauty. With plenty of room for pitching tents and ready available camping pods, this site offers families the adventure of a lifetime. Adventurers can explore its 80 acre of woods where visitors can spy on the wildlife or picnic by the riverbank. For campers who need a quick break from the outdoors or just a little bit of luxury to indulge in, there is a swimming pool, jacuzzi, lounge area and even a games room where these important needs can be met. Open all year around come sun or snow, Riverside Country Park will not fail to provide campers with adventure both outdoors and in.
Hadrian’s Wall caravan and Camping site
A secluded and quiet area, campers will be able to soak in the precious silence of the peaceful outdoors at Hadrian’s Wall Caravan and Camping site. Close to the famous Hadrian’s wall, the site is surrounded by beautiful landscapes waiting to be admired. With attractions nearby such as the Roman Army Museum, Haltwhistle market town and Kielder Forest, there is much to see and do, keeping visitors thoroughly engaged every minute of the day. This dog friendly site, will provide campers with a time of tranquillity and rest, where they set-up their camping equipment and bask in Mother Nature’s goodness. Things can get very chilly here are at night, we recommend a good tent heater to keep you warm, especially with family.
Waren caravan and camping park
Situated on Northumberland’s stunning, sandy coastline, this site is the ideal place for campers to dive deeper into their adventurous sides. From jet skiing on the wavy waters to witnessing the old Alnwick castle, there are countless attractions surrounding this golden location. With a shop, restaurant and bar on-site, campers can pack light and treat themselves to a bit of good’ol comfort food.
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One of Northumberland’s most popular camp sites which opened in 2010, Felmoor Park is a beautiful self contained paradise. With log cabins available which overlook the park’s large, lavish lake, the site radiates beauty. Felmoor Park is heaven on earth for outdoor enthusiasts as it is a perfect spot for cycling, horse riding and hiking. Even animal lovers will be happy here, as there are designated cabins where dogs are welcome too.
Springhill Farm Camping, Caravan and Wigwam
Hidden amongst the colourful country hills, campers are guaranteed to be stunned by the scenic surroundings that this site has to offer. Surrounded by fields of green, it is the perfect place for families to play a game of cricket or rounders or simply eat a picnic together. With Bamburgh Castle and the village of Seahouses close by, visitors wishing to get a spot of sightseeing done will not be disappointed. The site is also near to shops, restaurants and bars which will provide campers with everything they need and more.
With so many great sites to choose from, Northumberland is a county made for campers. Whether adventurers want to be hidden away deep in the hills or right on the edge of the district’s magnificent coastline, campers are guaranteed to find their ideal holiday in Northumberland.