From beautiful beaches to famous attractions

Holidays in Northumberland and County Durham are packed with places waiting to be explored. From coastline and beaches to cities, historic landmarks and family attractions, there’s always something new to discover.

We have three holiday parks in Northumberland, plus one holiday park in County Durham and a final park near the lively city of Newcastle upon Tyne. Wherever you choose, you’ll be in the perfect spot for days out and sightseeing. Then when you’re ready to relax, you’ll find great facilities and entertainment to keep the whole family happy on the park.

With lodge or caravan holidays in Northumberland and County Durham, plus parks that welcome tourers and opportunities to own your own lodge or caravan, we’ve got everything you need for the perfect getaway.

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Durham Cathedral, County Durham Durham Cathedral, County Durham
High Force Waterfall, Forest-in-Teesdale High Force Waterfall, Forest-in-Teesdale
Longsands Beach, Tynemouth Longsands Beach, Tynemouth
Millenium Bridge and Newcastle Quayside Millenium Bridge and Newcastle Quayside
Cauldron Snout, River Tees Cauldron Snout, River Tees
The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland The Alnwick Garden, Northumberland
A puffin at The Farne Islands A puffin at The Farne Islands
Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland

Our Holiday Parks

5 THINGS TO MAKE YOUR TRIP MEMORABLE

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Beautiful Beaches

With one of Britain’s best stretches of coastline, we really are spoiled with great beaches and coastal views. Hit the sands for family fun building sandcastles, paddling or kite flying.

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Durham Cathedral

Visit one of Europe’s most dramatic cathedrals. With regular events, you can enjoy the amazing architecture then see a scale-model recreation of Durham Cathedral made completely of Lego bricks.

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Hadrian’s Wall

Step back in time with a visit to Hadrian’s Wall. Home to many interesting visitor centres, you can still see impressive stretches of the wall and explore the Roman forts.

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Newcastle

You’ll find lots of famous landmarks in Newcastle, from the Tyne Bridge to Newcastle Castle. Shop ‘til you drop in the city's streets before relaxing at the Quayside.

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Visit Alnwick

Head to the market town of Alnwick to discover a range of interesting shops and restaurants, then visit the famous Alnwick Gardens and Alnwick Castle.