Miles of footpath and some inspirational scenery make Durham’s Heritage Coastline ideal for walkers and cyclists. The Park itself is close to the Dene, famous in its hey day of the 30’s and enjoys a fantastic views along the coast.
On the Park enjoy a kick around on the all-weather sports court, splash around in the indoor swimming pool and Spa bath then enjoy a drink and a bite to eat in the Ocean Edge bar.
FacilitiesUp to overview
- Pets allowed
- Disabled access
- Family park
- Children's play area
- Electric hook-ups
- LPG stockist
- Sanitary block(s)
- Take away food
- Designated / private parking
- Visitor parking
- Club house
Indoor Swimming pool
Water & Sports Resorts programmes
All-Weather Sports Court
AccommodationUp to overview
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Nearby attractionsUp to overview
Whatever your interest, from fishing to mountain biking or golf to history, Crimdon Dene is the ideal base to enjoy any activity you fancy, at your leisure. Visit our website for more information on the array of leisure activities available close to the Park.
Nearby recreationUp to overview
- Boat launch
- Horse Riding
- Swimming (Indoor)
- Games Room
- TV Room
There is ample opportunity to go Fishing from the beautiful beach at Crimdon or Cycling along the Heritage Coastline. Castle Eden Dene the largest area of natural woodland in the NE of England has over 450 species of plants, the walkers dream.
The magnificent Cathedral City of Durham is a must for visitors to the Park. Accessible via car or the local bus route visitors can browse the shopping centres, take a leisurely walk along the river bank and through cobbled streets to the Castle and Cathedral which dominate the centre of the City.
Hartlepool Marina offers visitors the chance to visit the Historic Quay, take a tour of of the Trincomalee Sailing Ship, Britains oldest warship afloat, built in 1817. The Headland boasts St Hilda's Church, The Old Town Wall and the Battery built in the mid 1800's. It was a base for soildiers during WWI and WWII, Said to be haunted Monthly Ghost Watching Nights are held by the Heugh Battery Trust.
With the A19 and A1(M) situated nearby the whole North East of England is yours to explore.
Crimdon Dene Holiday Park ReviewsUp to overview
User rating: (3.3/5.0)
Had to laugh at the clip of the touring area, never seen so many gypsy's in my life, some had the dreaded windbreakers blocking off entire walkways so you had to detour your route to toilets/shops. Toilets are clean and you get a key for them but the doors were never shut properly. Im definately not a snob but hate seeing people walking around drinking beer especially with kids around. The rest of the park is immaculate, the statics are of very high standard. My only gripe is the touring area. Probably wont go again unless i have to: March in 2012
Ladies shower block is particularly poor with a permanent pool of water to be waded through on entering and the shower stalls badly in need of upgrading. Grass area between pitches are rutted and full of holes - we needed to put down wooden blocks in order to get the van off. Very noisy at night until the early hours.: August in 2010
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