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Bradley Burn Caravan Park

Bishop Auckland, Durham

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Static Holiday Homes and Tourers welcome!

Bradley Burn Park is the first Holiday Home Park in Weardale. The park is set in the secluded valley of the Bradley Burn, two miles east of Wolsingham. Although easily accessed by a well maintained road, the park is well screened from the A689, making it a peaceful and safe environment for old and young alike. Facilities included a children's play area, shower and laundry facilities, and of course access to the surrounding grass fields.

Holiday Homes for Sale

A selection of homes is available for sale, and we occasionally have vacant static pitches.


Bradley Mill is the first choice for Holiday Homes in Weardale.

Our family run park is hidden away in the pretty, sheltered valley of the Bradley Burn in rural Wrardale.

Open from:
1st March to 31st January

Pets allowed, Children's play area(s), Chemical disposal point, 4 Electric hook-ups, Laundry, LPG stockist, Sanitary block(s), Shop, Take away food, Visitor parking, Washing up facilities, Restaurant, Cafe

4 Motorhome pitches, 4 Touring pitches, 95 Holiday homes (owned)

Nearby attractions:
Golf, Horse riding holidays, Swimming (Indoor), Swimming (Outdoor), Tennis

The Bradley Burn is a tributary of the River Wear in County Durham. Running from the moors above Wolsingham, the stream flows down through Bradley Burn Farm to meet the river in lower Weardale. On the edge of the North Pennines, the farm offers beautiful scenery and a peaceful environment - an ideal place to enjoy the countryside.

Bradley Burn Caravan Park

Bradley Burn, Wolsingham
Durham, North of England
United Kingdom
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Overall rating

3.0 stars

Based on 2 review(s)


5.0 stars

Lovely quite caravan site. Friendly staff and nice clean facilities. I'm going again this weekend 31/03/17


1.0 stars

the campsite is not nice you stuffed behind a row of trees out the way grass in front off you is two foot high no animals to see the play park is trackter tyers nothing to do but be bord find a better place if you dont want to be let down side a main road very loud traffic pleanty wild rabbits to see if they ment that was the animals you saw