Things to do in County Durham
Experience amazing countryside walking routes, quaint market towns, an abundance of historical attractions and a culture focused city like no other.
Discover everything County Durham has to offer
Located on the edge of the pretty market town of Stanhope, visitors and owners at Heather View and Kingfisher have easy access to an abundance of market towns offering relaxing days out. Many of these come steeped in local history and offer fantastic places to explore such as castles, museums and walking trails.
Walks in County Durham
Heather View and Kingfisher are conveniently located in the heart of the Durham Dales, offering fabulous places to explore during your visits to the Park. The Weardale Way, a long distance Dales to coast route, runs adjacent to the park and can be accessed directly.
There will never be a dull day at Heather View or Kingfisher for those who love to explore the great outdoors!
Days out for the whole family in County Durham
Special family time is what holidays at Heather View and Kingfisher are all about. With the park’s convenient location in the heart of the Durham Dales, there will be something for everyone to enjoy close to the park.
Castles to visit in County Durham
With a fantastic selection of attractions to choose from in County Durham, you’ll be spoilt for choice when you visit Heather View and Kingfisher. Take a look at our top picks of local attractions below.
Entertainment at Heather View
Entertainment at Heather View Leisure Park is changing for the better! With an unbeatable host of live performers, quiz nights, karaoke and bingo, you're sure to create unforgettable memories at Heather View, so sit back, relax and enjoy all new Live and Laidback on park.
Owners at Kingfisher can take advantage of our fantastic entertainment offering at Heather View.
Take a walk around our park on this interactive trail. Find out lots of interesting facts about all your favourite animals, birds and bugs, where they live, what they eat, how long they live, and even where their names come from.