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Campsites and Holiday Parks in Co. DurhamView results on a map
6 bookable sites in Co. Durham
Bobby Shafto Caravan Park Beamish, Co. Durham, England Show on map (A)Last booked
|Electric hardstanding touring pitch||6 x||From £23/€25.93/A$40.23/US$30.63/CA$38.92/CHF30.07/kr255.53/kr192.96/kr249.90/kr3,186/$534.56/$19,406/PEN99.24/NZ$44.58/R423.82/zł109.24/R$98.77/Kč660.68/RSD3,090/Ft8,127.12/₽1,790.05/CN¥202.52 per night|
|Electric grass trailer tent, tent or touring caravan pitch||6 x||From £23/€25.93/A$40.23/US$30.63/CA$38.92/CHF30.07/kr255.53/kr192.96/kr249.90/kr3,186/$534.56/$19,406/PEN99.24/NZ$44.58/R423.82/zł109.24/R$98.77/Kč660.68/RSD3,090/Ft8,127.12/₽1,790.05/CN¥202.52 per night|
|Fully-serviced gravel touring pitch||6 x||From £28/€31.57/A$48.98/US$37.29/CA$47.39/CHF36.61/kr311.08/kr234.91/kr304.23/kr3,879/$650.77/$23,625/PEN120.81/NZ$54.28/R515.95/zł132.99/R$120.24/Kč804.31/RSD3,761/Ft9,893.89/₽2,179.19/CN¥246.55 per night|
|Camping pod||4 x||From £41/€46.22/A$71.72/US$54.61/CA$69.39/CHF53.61/kr455.51/kr343.98/kr445.48/kr5,680/$952.91/$34,594/PEN176.90/NZ$79.48/R755.51/zł194.74/R$176.07/Kč1,177.74/RSD5,508/Ft14,487.48/₽3,190.96/CN¥361.01 per night|
Leekworth Caravan Park Middleton-in-Teesdale, Co. Durham, England Show on map (B)
|Shepherd´s 1 bedroom cottage / chalet / bungalow (adults only)||2 x||From £55/€62/A$96.21/US$73.25/CA$93.08/CHF71.92/kr611.05/kr461.44/kr597.60/kr7,619/$1,278.29/$46,407/PEN237.31/NZ$106.61/R1,013.48/zł261.24/R$236.19/Kč1,579.90/RSD7,388/Ft19,434.42/₽4,280.55/CN¥484.29 per night|
Village Green Caravan Park Consett, Co. Durham, England Show on map (C)
|Countrystyle 2 bedroom static caravan||6 x||From £149/€167.98/A$260.64/US$198.45/CA$252.16/CHF194.83/kr1,655.39/kr1,250.07/kr1,618.94/kr20,642/$3,463.01/$125,720/PEN642.88/NZ$288.83/R2,745.62/zł707.71/R$639.87/Kč4,280.08/RSD20,015/Ft52,649.61/₽11,596.41/CN¥1,311.97 per 3 nights|
|Capri 2 bedroom static caravan||6 x||From £149/€167.98/A$260.64/US$198.45/CA$252.16/CHF194.83/kr1,655.39/kr1,250.07/kr1,618.94/kr20,642/$3,463.01/$125,720/PEN642.88/NZ$288.83/R2,745.62/zł707.71/R$639.87/Kč4,280.08/RSD20,015/Ft52,649.61/₽11,596.41/CN¥1,311.97 per 3 nights|
Crimdon Dene Holiday Park Hartlepool, Co. Durham, England Show on map (D)
|Electric hardstanding touring pitch||6 x||From £8/€9.02/A$13.99/US$10.66/CA$13.54/CHF10.46/kr88.88/kr67.12/kr86.92/kr1,108/$185.93/$6,750/PEN34.52/NZ$15.51/R147.42/zł38/R$34.36/Kč229.80/RSD1,075/Ft2,826.82/₽622.63/CN¥70.44 per night|
Thorpe Farm Centre Barnard Castle, Co. Durham, England Show on map (E)Last booked
|Non-electric grass pitch||4 x||From £12.50/€14.09/A$21.87/US$16.65/CA$21.15/CHF16.34/kr138.88/kr104.87/kr135.82/kr1,732/$290.52/$10,547/PEN53.93/NZ$24.23/R230.34/zł59.37/R$53.68/Kč359.07/RSD1,679/Ft4,416.91/₽972.85/CN¥110.06 per night|
|Electric grass pitch||4 x||From £15/€16.91/A$26.24/US$19.98/CA$25.39/CHF19.61/kr166.65/kr125.85/kr162.98/kr2,078/$348.62/$12,656/PEN64.72/NZ$29.08/R276.40/zł71.25/R$64.42/Kč430.88/RSD2,015/Ft5,300.30/₽1,167.42/CN¥132.08 per night|
Bonners Lodge Consett, Co. Durham, England Show on map (F)
|Electric mixed touring pitch||6 x||From £22/€24.80/A$38.48/US$29.30/CA$37.23/CHF28.77/kr244.42/kr184.57/kr239.04/kr3,048/$511.32/$18,563/PEN94.92/NZ$42.65/R405.39/zł104.49/R$94.48/Kč631.96/RSD2,955/Ft7,773.77/₽1,712.22/CN¥193.71 per night|
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We’ll gush (quite a bit) more in our ‘Durham city’ scribblings, but we’re not going to let our ‘campsites in Co Durham’ musings pass by without mentioning stonkingly brilliant Durham Cathedral. The eleventh century building has been voted the UK’s greatest landmark, and both it and Durham Castle, facing the cathedral on Palace Green, are part of a World Heritage site high above the Wear. Go.
We’ll leave it there (for now) to gush about other delights of a Co Durham camping hol: it might be a teeny county, but there’s enough to do here to keep you away from proper life for ages. Make for the Durham Heritage Coast first, a Site of Special Scientific Interest with a 550-acre nature reserve including ancient woodland at Castle Eden Dene. The Durham Dales and their market towns of Barnard Castle and Bishop Auckland are very much worth a tramp around too – stop off for a few hours in Barnard Castle for the eponymous building and a lot of excellent art at the very grand Bowes Museum. Old castles and churches also abound, and sprogs can be kept mollified with a decent Durham selection of family attractions including the most excellent Living Museum of the North at Beamish. Go.