Northumberland holidays & caravan parks

As the border county with Scotland, Northumberland has been the scene of many famous battles between the English and the Scots

Northumberland is truly beautiful – the wild coastline blending with the rugged landscape giving you an instant sense of the history and legends that surround this historic county. Despite not being a traditional seaside destination, Northumberland is a favourite for adventure-seekers, explorers, and anyone looking for something that offers a bit more than your typical family holiday. It’s hardly surprising that over one million of us visit every year.

If you can’t wait to get out and stretch your legs, head for Kielder Water and Forest Park, home to the largest man-made lake in northern Europe. This stunning park has all kinds of natural wildlife, outdoor activities and events happening throughout the year.

You may also like to explore Northumberland National Park where you’ll have all the space you need to discover cycling trails, coastal flatlands and rolling hills. The park covers a quarter of the whole county and stretches south from the Scottish border. If you do pay a visit, make sure you take a detour to Hadrian’s Wall – this Roman Britain landmark dominates the surrounding area and it’s easy to imagine all of the battles that it has seen over the 2,000 years it has been standing.

For film fans, no trip to Northumberland would be complete without a trip to Alnwick Castle. Most recently taking the starring role as Hogwarts in the first two Harry Potter films, it has also been used in other blockbusters such as Elizabeth and Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, as well as the Downton Abbey Christmas specials. With regular events and exhibitions where you can even dress up in medieval clothing, the whole family will enjoy a visit here.

Touring in Northumberland

With vast stretches of countryside, miles of coastline and enchanting forests at your disposal, our touring caravan site in Northumberland take in the very best of the North East. From heather clad peaks to whitewashed tidal islands, Northumberland is a county ripe for exploration. Touring at Haggerston Castle is the perfect way to see this tranquil county. A short drive from Holy Island and Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve, this leafy campsite nestles effortlessly into Northumberland’s coast.

Around the region

Map of Northumberland

1. The Elizabethan Walls

Walk the walls of Berwick-upon-Tweed

2. Paxton House

Stroll along the riverside grounds of this beautiful 18th century mansion.

3. RNLI Museum

An insight into the great Grace Darling.

4. Farne Islands

These rocky waters have plenty of puffins and seals.

5. Seahouses

Set in a quaint harbour, a real taste of traditional seaside Britain.

6. Alnwick Castle and Gardens

Filming location of Harry Potter, with lots of history and ornamental gardens.

More about our holiday parks in Northumberland


An attractive park overlooking a rugged stretch of scenic coastline with just a short pathway to the sheltered beach below.


Haggerston Castle

Touring & Camping available Touring available

A beautifully landscaped 5-Star park with seven lakes, Italianate gardens and acres of mature woodland and wildlife.

Haggerston Castle

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