Thorpe Farm Caravan Park
Centred around an 18th Century Peel House, Thorpe Farm Caravan Park is a licensed site that offers an array of attractions for the entire family. They are situated 9 miles west of Scotch Corner on the edge of the A66 in lovely Teesdale. You are sure to have a memorable day at Thorpe Farm.
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In addition to being perfect for family day trips, Thorpe Farm features a campsite and caravan park that is ideally situated in County Durham, North Yorkshire.
The following are featured on Thorpe Farm Caravan Park:
∗ A coffee shop a restaurant, a farm shop and a gift shop
∗ A walled Garden, trampolines and a play area
∗ A function room
∗ A reclamation barn
∗ A Heritage Wood with 6 walks ranging from 1 to 8 miles starting and finishing at Thorpe Farm. These walks are to be used with OS Barnard Castle and Richmond Sheet No. 92.
∗ A campsite and caravan park
∗ Animal paddocks
Thorpe Farm Caravan Park has 5 pitches of hard grass standings with hook-ups, fresh water and a chemical disposal unit. The campsite features brand new male and female toilet and shower blocks as well as a disabled unit that doubles up as a family block. Every unit features toilets and a shower.
The campsite is next to their country park. It is a peaceful, quiet place to stay. They allow dogs on the site but they must be kept under supervision.
Thorpe Farm’s country park and woodland walk is adjacent to their caravan park and campsite. They also feature a series of walks that range from 1 to 8 miles which start and finish at Thorpe Farm. They can provide maps on request.
Walkers and cyclists will find that Thorpe Farm is an ideal starting point for local routes.
The completion to the alterations to the A66, which included the new Bridle Path leading to Greta Bridge through a tunnel under the road has made all of the local footpaths accessible.
Thorpe Farm Caravan Park has put together a leaflet that lists a selection of walks ranging from 1 to nearly 8 miles which start and finish at Thorpe Farm. This leaflet is available to guests on the site. The walks utilise the existing footpath network and take in some of the finest sites in the area including the banks of the River Greta and the meeting of the waters where the Greta joins the River Tees. South of Thorpe Farm is Barningham and the Moors above. This area is the start of the Yorkshire Dales. The views of Teesdale from the footpaths are stunning.
The new Bridle Path allows access to the side road network leading to Barnard Castle in County Durham to the West, Richmond to the East and the Yorkshire Dales to the South for the cyclists out there.
Visit the Thorpe Farm Caravan Park website for further information
Thorpe Farm Centre