Beadnell Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site is situated on the famous coast of Northumberland, and is the perfect gateway to the beautiful surrounds and scenery of north east England. The park is open from late March to late September, and offers 150 pitches that welcome motorhomes and tents. You can bring your pets along to enjoy the exceptional landscape, and find a vast wide-open space for them to enjoy.
Our site at Beadnell Bay is framed perfectly by the coast on one side and miles of countryside on the other. Northumberland is famed for its sand dunes, which you find by simply leaving our site and crossing the road. Head down onto the beach and you’ll enjoy some of the best sands in the area, with masses of space to explore, particularly when the tide is out.
The main road that leads to our park also takes you up to the famous coastal town of Seahouses, where amongst small businesses, shops, and pubs you will find a top class golf course and further amenities for you to enjoy. Alternatively, you might decide to head out into the countryside that joins onto the park and explore the rolling terrain.
Our site is a haven for wildlife lovers; birdwatchers in particular will have a great time observing the coastal bird life that populates the sand dunes throughout the year. Northumberland is world renowned for its ancient ruins, many of which can be dated back to Roman and Anglo-Saxon eras, as well as a host of Castles and Estates that have been host to many films and television shows through the years, including the Harry Potter series.
If you want to head out onto the sea itself, then water sports and activities are available all along the coastline. For those that want to get involved there are opportunities to try out windsurfing and sailing, while those looking to relax when taking to the water can simply plan a trip heading out into the North Sea with a local fishing boat.
Beadnell Bay Camping and Caravanning Club Site is also a much loved caravan park in Northumberland owing to its proximity to the A1, meaning you can easily explore historic towns like Alnwick – home of the famous Alnwick Garden. You can even enjoy travelling to Berwick-upon-Tweed and even up into Scotland if you wish to; you can be in Edinburgh within an hour on a light traffic day.
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The dunes are a haven for birdlife all year round and walkers will enjoy exploring the area and surrounding Cheviot Hills. Outdoor enthusiasts should also note that the Coast and Castles and National Cycle Routes pass close to the site. Nearby Beadnell and Seahouses offer a variety of watersport activities, including diving, angling, windsurfing and canoeing.
For a more relaxing day out, Northumberland has a number of fascinating castles and fortified buildings, including medieval Alnwick Castle, which has provided the backdrop for films and TV series, including Elizabeth, Blackadder and the Harry Potter movies.
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