This pleasantly landscaped site is a part of the largest white water canoeing and rafting course built to international standard in Britain The Centre provides facilities including a sheltered viewing balcony, a drying and changing room, canoe storage area, shop and cafe. Famous for its summer International Riverside Festival, Stockton's museum tells the story of George Stephenson and 'The Birth of the Railways'. Nearby Teesside Park is a shoppers' paradise with restaurants, multi-screen cinema complex and bowling alley. Birdwatchers, wildlife enthusiasts and walkers wilt be spoiled for choice with over 30 miles of coastline a short drive away - tiny fishing villages, traditional holiday resorts and dramatic diffs. For a relaxing few hours, try one of the cruises available nearby on one of Britain's most popular rivers - you can board at Castlegate Quay.
Non Members and Tent Campers Welcome
Motorhome service point
North Yorkshire Moors
Hartlepool Historic Quay
Captain Cook Museum
North York Moors Steam Railway
Beamish Open Air Museum
Based on 2 review(s)
West yorkshire 11 Aug 2014
This is a good site with friendly staff. There facilities are nice, there is also a play area and games room to keep the children entertained. There are plenty of facilities near by. Its also good for walking with the being next to the river and the nature reserve.
Lancs 25 Feb 2009
This is a nice clean and well managed site with both hardstanding and grass and a few fully serviced pitches, service points are located at convenient points around the site and recycling facilities are available.
The reception area also doubles as a small shop but has a limited stock and there is a information room where you can find out about all the local attractions.
The toilet and shower block is of a high standard with a plentiful supply of hot water and the showers are excellent, the block also houses the usual Baby and toddler room, laundry, and disabled facilities. The veg prep / washing up area is outdoor but covered
There is a TV and games room to keep the kids amused and a large retail park a few minutes away with a cinema , ten pin bowling and food outlets, a supermarket is close by within walking distance and a pub 2 minutes walk from the gate serves good food at reasonable prices .
Dogs are welcome on site but the dog walking area is just off site outside the entrance.
White water gets its name from the white water rafting and canoeing centre just outside the site entrance a fascinating place to visit. Walk along the river to Stockton on tees for shopping.
Although the site is in a predominantly urban area you would be forgiven for forgetting that once through the entrance.
Well worth a visit whatever the time of year.
White Water Park Caravan Club Site, Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesborough