Crimdon Dene Holiday Park is a four-star holiday park in the north east of England, owned and operated by Park Resorts. The park is open all through the year and welcomes guests with motorhomes, touring caravans, and tents onto the site. Crimdon Dene Holiday Park also has a selection of luxurious holiday homes available for sale, perfect for families looking to make this beautiful coastal park their regular holiday destination.
Many fantastic and well-maintained facilities are available on the park.
There is plenty for families to do during a stay at Crimdon Dene Holiday Park, with the indoor pool open throughout the year in addition to a sports court and open space available for other ball games and a variety of activities.
If that isn’t enough to keep the kids entertained, there is also an adventure playground at Crimdon Dene Holiday Park, not to mention easy access to the beach and to miles of walking and cycling routes, both along the coast and into the countryside.
At the end of a day of fun on-site or around the local area, guests enjoy heading to the on-site bar and restaurant, where they can taste the delicious food and drink and also experience the brilliant live entertainment that is hosted at the park. Guests who prefer to head back to their accommodation rather than eating out can always take advantage of the takeaway food option on-site. Crimdon Dene also has a convenience store that stocks a wide variety of food, groceries and essentials for those who enjoy cooking their own meals.
Keeping kids entertained in the evening there is a club house and games room, complete with amusements, a pool table, and various other fun things to do.
While there is plenty to do at Crimdon Dene Holiday Park for families to enjoy during their stay, there is also much to discover in the surrounding area. In addition to the beaches and beautiful coastline walking and cycling routes, there are some excellent towns and cities to visit, while outdoor activities available close by include horse riding and fishing.
Durham is a popular destination for many guests. Visit Durham city to see its famous cathedral and also the wonderful mixture of old and new shops, the market and vast area of cobbled streets filled with old buildings, quirky cafés, and much more. Durham also offers you some wonderful places to walk through the city, including paths alongside the River Wear.
Sunderland and Hartlepool are also close by and within a 30-minute drive, with good public transport in the region for those wanting to leave the car at the caravan park for carefree days out with somebody else in the driving seat for a change.
Indoor Swimming pool
Water & Sports Resorts programmes
All-Weather Sports Court
Direct access to the beach
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.
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.
Based on 3 review(s)
Tyne and Wear 11 Apr 2012
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
Scottish Borders 13 May 2011
Everything was perfect.
Caravan beyond expectations.
The staff were friendly and very polite and helpfull.
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.
Downside the railway but you soon get used to it.
Durham 11 Aug 2010
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.