County Durham Club Campsites

Rolling hills and fields amid Durham Dales

Durham offers one of Europe's most stunning city landscapes, Durham Cathedral and Castle are evidence of its historic and cultural influence. Equally incomparable are the countryside and coast that encase Durham City. The Durham Dales, home to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that also stems into southern Northumberland, includes Teesdale and Weardale - tranquil, rich and varied countryside of moors, hills and winding rivers. And don't miss the remarkable Durham Heritage Coast where the land magnificently greets the sea.

Those who crave culture won't be disappointed either, with a packed year-round calendar of events to enjoy and galleries and museums to experience, including the award-winning Beamish Museum, aptly named the living museum of the north. Alternatively, make your way into neighbouring county Tyne and Wear for a trip to Newcastle, where a number of our caravan sites will allow you to explore the area in and around the city.

On the edge of Durham city centre, Durham Grange Club Campsite is near Beamish and is great for cyclists, walkers and fishing with the River Wear close by. If you're looking for caravan sites to tour across County Durham, consider stopping at Teesdale Barnard Castle Club Campsite, which has nearby coarse fishing points along the River Tees as well as local walking and cycling routes. Located in between the North Pennines AONB and the Yorkshire Dales, the site also offers more adventurous walking and cycling routes just a short drive away.

On the west side of the county is White Water Park Club Campsite, located right on the River Tees in Middlesbrough. The site is located with easy access into the city centre and just a 20-minute drive to the coast. Plus, it's next to an international standard water sport venue for white water canoeing and rafting.