Holiday & caravan parks in County Durham
Enjoy a holiday nestled in the heart of the Durham Dales and only a stones throw away from the coastal cliffs of the north east.
Our parks in County Durham
A truly special holiday starts with the location. Lush forests, historic castles and bountiful towns are just a few of the attractions you can expect when you stay at one of our holiday and caravan parks in County Durham.
- Close to the Durham Dales
- Restaurant & Bar
- Walking, cycling and horse routes
- Caravan and lodge accommodation
- Range of holiday homes for sale
Holiday Home Ownership in County Durham
Owning a holiday home in County Durham allows you to experience the beauty of the region at your leisure and create lasting memories with your loved ones.
Features of County Durham
County Durham sits on the border between England and Scotland, surrounded by boreal forests and rivers. Nature and history are intertwined here, giving your family something to enjoy every day you stay with us.
Walking paths and cycle routes are aplenty along the Durham Dales. Finish off your adventure at a warm local pub.
Famous film locations
The natural beauty of County Durham has resulted in many films and TV shows using it as locations, including The Witcher and 1917.
Around each corner is a historical wonder to take in. Along the River Tees is Barnard Castle, previously home to Richard III, and the titular Durham Castle fortress, now used as part of Durham University.
Rural towns and villages to visit
If you want to take a break from sightseeing, relax or shop in one of the local towns, including Frosterley, Wolsingham and Stanhope.
Even more things to do in County Durham
For outdoor enthusiasts, there are plenty of opportunities for hiking, fishing, and golfing in the area. In addition, County Durham is home to a number of excellent museums and art galleries, Whether you are interested in history, culture, or the great outdoors, County Durham has something for everyone.