White Water Park Caravan Club Site

Tees Barrage, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, TS18 2QW

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Ideal for ...

  • Cycling
  • Dogs
  • Families
  • Motorhomes
  • Walking

Why stay here ...

Pleasantly landscaped, White Water Park Club Site lies adjacent to the largest white water canoeing and rafting course built to an international standard in Britain. The caravan site provides easy access to all its facilities including a sheltered viewing balcony, a drying and changing room, canoe storage area, shop and cafe. The area is also famous for its International Summer Riverside Festival and its 'Head of Steam' Railway Museum where you can learn about 'The Birth of the Railways'.

Teesside Park is within easy reach of White Water Park Club Site and is a shopper's paradise- with restaurants, multi-screen cinema complex and bowling alley. Birdwatchers, wildlife enthusiasts and walkers will also be spoilt for choice with over 30 miles of coastline a short drive away from the caravan park. There are numerous tiny fishing villages, traditional holiday resorts and dramatic cliffs to experience, with all the fantastic views you might imagine from such attractions. There is a Beefeater within walking distance and just outside the site is the local pub and a fish and chip van that visits most Fridays. Also not to be missed are the cruises available at Castlegate Quay.

This location makes up one of three caravan sites in County Durham, offering plenty of opportunity to experience the best of what the county has to offer.

Things to do on site ...

  • Games room
  • Playground

Facilities on site ...

  • Baby changing facilities
  • BBQs allowed: charcoal, gas, electric
  • Disabled facilities: facilities for wheelchair disabled
  • Disabled shower room
  • Dishwashing area
  • Dog walk from site
  • Drive over waste disposal for motorhomes
  • Electric hook-up
  • Family washroom
  • Gas
  • Late arrivals area with electric hook-up
  • Laundry facilities
  • Motorhome service point
  • Toilet block
  • TV reception: good
  • TV room
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wi-Fi charge
  • Wi-Fi rating: Bronze

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Walking notes:

Enjoy walks between Stockton and Middlesborough along the River Tees. You can also enjoy woodland and lakeside walks in the stunning grounds of Kiplin Hall.

Check out our ViewRanger walk.

Supermarket notes:

Asda is a 5 minute walk from the site, and Morrisons a 5 minute drive away.

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Directions

From A19: turn onto the A66 (signposted Darlington). Follow signposts to Teeside Retail Park and Tees Barrage. Keep in nearside lane. In about 200 yards take the first exit signposted Teesside Retail Park and Teesdale. Keep in right lane and at traffic lights turn right over A66 signposted Tees Barrage, Teesdale. Cross the railway bridge; continue straight at roundabout; cross Tees Barrage bridge and turn right. The site is on the left in 150 yards. Note: at all signposts follow brown canoe signs and Teesdale. From A1(M): leave at junction 57 signposted Teeside, A66. In about 14 miles turn into road signposted Teesside Park, Teesdale; at traffic lights turn left; cross railway bridge; then as above.

Sites key: Club Site

Postcode:
TS18 2QW
GPS:
Lat 54.5684 / Lon -1.28631
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OS field ref:
NZ463194
OS map ref:
93
Handbook map ref:
H11

Transport links

  • Bus stop within 1 mile
  • Buses go to: Middlesborough and Stockton
  • Car hire on site
  • Daily public Transport within 1 mile
  • Nearest port: Newcastle (38 miles)
  • Nearest train station: Thornaby
  • Shop within 1 mile
  • Train station within 5 miles

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Site ,as always ,was clean and tidy. Staff very relaxed and friendly. This was my third visit and will definitely come back.

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Watch where you walk

A must if your into walks however watch where you walk due to dog owners letting there pets do the business all over the campsite. Awoke one morning found three dog poo bags on way to showers. The site is clean and maintained but feel staff could be more friendly. Plenty to do out n about
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Spacious pitches and clean and tidy

First visit to this site and found it to be very clean and tidy and there are lots of things to do close by. Nice walks along beside the river and easy to get to the coast either by bus, train or car. Found the traffic noise quite intrusive but that probably depends on what you are used to (I live in an area where you could hear a pin drop) and is to be expected in such an industrial area. Lots of different birds to be seen along the river and in the nature reserves that are nearby. Asda is only a few minutes walk away and do a nice, cheap breakfast in their cafe.
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Our favourite site!

Third visit to White water park, we were recommended it by friends. Probably wouldn't have bothered as the area is very industrial at first appearance. It is such a fabulous site in a fantastic location, 2 minute walk to the river where seals feed on salmon, cormorants dry their wings and an abundance of wildlife to see. Walk along the river to Stockton or towards Middlesborough. Fish and chips should be renamed as Whale and chips from The Almighty Cod in Seaton Carew, the best I've ever tasted. Redcar beach and Saltburn on sea well worth a visit too. The site was beautifully tended, wardens should be proud of their floral and lights display. Toilets were sparkling clean, no queues during our stay. We will definitely be back! Thank you for a fantastic stay. Jayne Stuart and David Ellam

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Great base for exploring, well kept and maintained site

A three night mid-week break to visit the local attractions (Head of Steam in Darlington and Beamish Museum). Impeccably kept side with spotless facilities. Excellent Covid precuations whilst still keeping the toilet blocks open - carfeully explained when checking in. Reception helpful and welcoming. Some noise and care needed with children on bikes not sticking to the designated play areas. All in all a great stay - we'll be back again to continue or exploring of the area.

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Telephone:
01642 634880

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This Club campsite is now open and is following social distancing and safety requirements as set out by the UK government. Face coverings are now mandatory when visiting the reception area on site. Our priority is first and foremost the health and safety of our staff, our members, our guests and the local communities.
 
Only pay 5% VAT. A 12.5% reduction on all published prices will be applied to your booking when you arrive and pay for your stay on site.