Welcome to Doe Park Caravan Site, our quiet and friendly family run touring park in the heart of beautiful Teesdale in County Durham. Situated on our traditional working farm, between the pretty villages of Cotherstone and Romaldkirk, Doe Park is set in parkland in the grounds of the historic 17th century farmhouse. The touring site is surrounded by farmland, moors, hills and dales and is an ideal base for those looking for a peaceful and relaxing holiday in the stunning countryside of North East England.
The village of Cotherstone is only half a mile from the site by pleasant road or river walk and benefits from a well stocked village shop and two pubs serving local ales and good food. A regular bus service can be accessed by the site entrance and runs between the historic market town of Barnard Castle and Middleton in Teesdale in the Upper Dale. Visitors can enjoy an abundance of walks from the site and the Teesdale and Pennine Ways are close by. Balder Banks Nature Reserve is part of the farm and adjacent to the touring park. Guests can enjoy private river fishing on our own water or alternatively fish on the local reservoirs.
Doe Park is open for tourers and motorhomes between March 1st and October 31st. The Lamb family assure you of a warm welcome and we do our utmost to meet visitors particular needs and requirements. If you would like to come and stay with us we would be very pleased to see you!
Teesdale is a hidden gem, an area with waterfalls, wooded valleys, open moorland and magnificent views. High Force, in Upper Teesdale is the highest waterfall in England and is well worth a visit.
Barnard Castle,named after the Norman castle around which it is built, has many fascinating shops and is an excellent centre for antique collectors. The Bowes Museum which houses a wonderful collection of European paintings, ceramics and furniture is a short walk from the centre of the town.
Middleton in Teesdale,in the Upper Dale, has a fascinating history of lead mining and can be reached from Doe Park by foot along the Teesdale Railway Walk.
The Pennine Way and the Teesdale Way pass close to Doe Park and there are miles and miles of quiet footpaths to explore from the site.
Leave the A1 at Scotch Corner and follow the A66 West. Continue for approximately 10 miles. Take the turn off on the right for the B6277, signed Cotherstone, Barnard Castle, Middleton in Teesdale. Continue along the B6277, at the traffic lights by the river continue straight on following the B6277 towards Middleton for approx 5 miles passing through the villages of Lartington and Cotherstone. Doe Park is situated on the left, about .25miles after Cotherstone village.
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