Kielder – England’s most remote village and just 3 miles from the Scottish border, is in the heart of Britain’s largest forest. Kielder Caravan & Camping Site, now under community ownership, welcomes touring tents, caravans and motorcaravans to its beautiful 75 pitch site.
A peaceful, friendly caravan site in Kielder, Northumberland, with clean and tidy basic facilities. Fresh water supplied straight off the hill is cool and plentiful. A small on-site shop provides basic grocery needs, camping gear & clothing.
Kielder offers an escape from the hustle & bustle of everyday life, it is a remote retreat in stunning surroundings with numerous walks and cycle trails.
Learn about the forest at Kielder Castle Visitor Centre, understand the turbulent history of the Border Reivers. Launch your own craft or hire a sail boat or canoe. Fish the lake, its bank or on the rivers. Spot some of Kielder’s more elusive birds or animals - red squirrels, deer & foxes.
Kielder Caravan & Camping Site is now under community ownership & new management for 2004.
The area is rich in history, with many hill forts, Roman camps and castles. Several forest trails and cycling routes start at Kielder Castle Visitor Centre. Kielder Water offers sailing, fishing and ferry trips. Kielder Forest Drive takes a 12 mile route through beautiful and remote moorlands.
- baby changing facilities
The local public house is a short walk away through the campsite and nearby is the village shop and post office and a fuel filling garage and a bike hire business with spares and repairs service.
A horse trekking centre is now based in the village. Co-located with the trekking centre is a fishing tackle sales/hire shop offering tuition and ghillie facilities.
There is a licensed tea rooms at Kielder Castle. The village also boasts England’s first 5 star youth hostel.
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