Campsites in Northumberland
England’s most northern county, Northumberland is often referred to as England’s ‘best kept secret’, filled with ancient castles, golden sandy beaches, bustling towns and villages, rolling hills and dramatic moorland.
Beadnell Bay Club Campsite
Top site for beaches
Top site for fishing
Top sites for dogs
Just a few steps from the campsite and you will find yourself in among the sand dunes of the North Beadnell BayNorthumberland Heritage Coast, a haven for birdlife. Behind you lies the most exquisite countryside to be found anywhere in England; a secret paradise perfect for exploring.
Haltwhistle Club Campsite
Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, this campsite is located deep in the forests of Northumberland where you can share your pitch with a wide variety of birds, and access stunning walks. The local town is full of history, with a church founded in the 12th century and a number of Bastle Houses.
Dunstan Hill Club Campsite
Top site for cycling
Top site for beaches
Great site for couples
Dunstan Hill is a peaceful haven and is the epitome of calm and tranquillity, located just a mile away from the magnificent and unspoilt beaches of the Northumberland coast - designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Harry Potter fans will love this campsites proximity to Alnwick Castle better known as Hogwarts.
Bellingham Club Campsite
Top site for pubs
Top site for walking
Top site for Cycling
The views from this award-winning campsite are stunning. Immerse yourself in the true spirit of Northumberland at this peaceful and idyllic retreat, and discover the magnificent Northumberland coast to the East. Whether you're looking for a relaxing break or are seaking a bit of adventure - Bellingham is the perfect place to stay.
More about Northumberland
With plenty of things to see and do, camping in Northumberland really is the ideal choice whether you are looking for a family holiday, romantic weekend, activity break or fun days out.
Northumberland was once the scene of numerous battles between England and Scotland and boasts a colourful history; indeed, the many castles, fortifications and ancient sites dotted around the county tell a wonderful story about England’s ancient past. In modern times, the county is much quieter; covering an area of just under 2000 square miles, with 100 miles of coastline designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Today the coastal area is sparsely populated, with mile upon mile of clean and safe, award-winning golden beaches and quiet countryside.
All campsites in Northumberland offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach. From medieval castles and historic sites, to Hadrian’s Wall, Brinkburn Priory, museums, gardens, and majestic stately homes, camping in Northumberland is the perfect holiday for all the family.