To book or to check availability go to: www.kieldercampsite.co.uk with further information to be found on our website.
We are a 3 star accredited independently run site. Nestled in the heart of Kielder Forest we are the remotest site in England.
We offer pitches for camping, motor home and touring caravans, four pods and two static caravans. [Pods sleep up to three adults, or a family with two adults and two children. Our statics have two bedrooms each: a twin and a double] Due to the nature of the site and it's location there is no vehicle access at all onto the grass. Camper vans, vehicles with roof tents, motor homes and touring caravans can only be pitched on hard stands. There is ample room around most hard stands for awnings. Dog's on a lead are welcome on our site.
With the forest on our fringe, you have the opportunity for long quiet walks, cycle rides that can keep on going, not forgetting our many miles of dog walking. There is a dog friendly pub and tea rooms a few minutes walk away near Kielder Castle.
The Kielder Water and Forest Park has an art and architecture trail that follows the 26 mile walking and cycling route around the reservoir. Be warned, there are some undulations. How about hiring an electric bike from the village to enjoy the tour? Or a mountain bike to take advantage of the varying bike trails that head off into the forest and around the local hills and into Scotland.
Being so close to the Scottish Border you can explore some of Scotland's attractions too.
For further information, online booking, prices and availability go to www.kieldercampsite.co.uk
- baby changing facilities
Carlisle and it's Castle
A short walk through the campsite will take you past our village pub: The Anglers Arms. Just beyond, up on a hill is Kielder Castle. Formerly the Duke of Northumberlands hunting lodge. Nowadays it houses the Kielder Castle Cafe and visitor centre.
The Bike Place is a bike hire centre at the head of the trails. E-bikes, conventional mountain bikes and spares can be sourced here.
Kielder Water has a 26 mile shared trail around it's perimeter. This is suitable for road bikes, walkers and is suitable for wheelchair users. There is an art and architecture trail around the reservior and surrounding area with many interesting and some obscure pieces to see and shelter in.
Based on 2 review(s)
Durham 26 Apr 2011
Just come back from this site after an easter break,loved it that much we have booked up for may bank holiday. The site is unspoilt beauty in the kielder forest. Great if you love walks or cycling. Caters for Dogs and there is no noise policy after 10.30 so its good for families aswell. There is a small shop onsite which sells the basics and a one in the village which is a short walk away. The toilet block is quite old but is cleaned every day and had hot water every time we visited. Also has a veg preperation area and a place to wash up if camping. Has a laundry room which costs £3 for washer and £3 for dryer.
durham 28 May 2008
we stayed on 24 to27 may 08 found clean tidy site
pleanty to do here and short ride around kielder
we have a small child of 3years the park could be
bigger more swings but apart from this we will be back for more