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The North East of England is full of heritage and culture. As a popular tourist location, there are plenty of things to do in this area. From walking along the beach to exploring Durham Castle, you are spoilt for choice.

Here at Hanley Caravans, we have two parks situated in the North East, ideal for you to relax in.

1.      The City of Durham

The historical city of Durham has many different places for visitors to explore. The Cathedral has been stood in its location since 1093 and is still a place where thousands go.  Here there is stunning architecture to view as well as a library. Another place to spend time is the Castle. As a World Heritage Site, this location is almost a thousand years old.

For those who enjoy the outdoors, then the Botanic Garden at Durham University is the best place to go. Here you can view glasshouses, carboniferous gardens, and native woodland.

2.      Beamish – The Living Museum of the North

Located close to both of our caravan parks, Beamish Museum is an ideal place to investigate. Regardless of your age, you will always find something exciting here. The site covers all aspects of life in the North East over the past few decades. There is a colliery, pit town, tramway, and 1940s farm.

On top of this, a number of events are held here. For more about these, visit their page here.

3.      Vinovia Roman Ruins

Just on the north of Bishop Auckland, you can find the remains of Vinovia Roman fort. Sometimes referred to as Binchester, this site has the remains of two bbathhousesand can easily be reached by car.

Dogs are not permitted here, however, the site is fully accessible for those with prams and in wheelchairs.

4.      Durham Heritage Coast

Stretching from Sunderland the Hartlepool, the Heritage Coast offers stunning backdrops and relaxing walks. There is a 14 km walking path to explore as well as a number of locations dotted along the coastline.

5.      High Force Waterfall

As one of the best waterfalls in England, High Force is a 221-metre drop to the plunge pool below. It is located in the North Pennines and a short walk through the woodland brings you to the waterfall. There is a car park situated here and the area is open all year round.

Find Out More

If you would like to find out more about either Stanhope Burn or Linburn Beck, please feel free to call us on 01624 621447 or fill in our contact form.