The AreaStonehaugh Village and surroundings
Is an historic market town in the heart of the Tyne Valley. The town has many shops restaurants and cafes, a leisure and arts centre and the racecourse is close by. Attractions include the magnificent Abbey built around AD 675 and the 'Old Gaol', the oldest purpose built gaol in England.
Bellingham is a village and civil parish in Northumberland, to the north-west of Newcastle upon Tyne and is situated on the Hareshaw Burn at its confluence with the River North Tyne. There are shops,a cafe, three pubs and the Bellingham Heritage centre. The walk to Hareshaw Linn waterfall is particularly pretty.
Kielder Water & Forest Park
Kielder Water & Forest Park includes the largest man-made lake in Northern Europe and the forest is the most extensive working woodland in England. There are three visitor centres around the reservoir and the opportunity to take part in many activities including: fishing, biking, trail, wakeboarding, stand up paddleboarding.
Hadrian's Wall is a World Heritage site. Constructed in AD 122 on the order of Emperor Hadrian, it is 73 miles long and represents the northernmost extent of the Roman Empire.
We are located between Bellingham and Byrness to the North and Twice Brewed and Greenhead to the South. Situated in the Northumberland National Park/Wark Forest and Kielder Water and Forest Park.
Our campsite is normally open from April 1st, (or Easter if this is earlier), until the end of September.