Stonehaugh Campsite is a rural site in Northumberland National Park, mid way between Hexham and Kielder Water. Only an hour's drive from the centre of Newcastle the site is set amongst attractive moor land and forest scenery on the edge of Wark Forest.
The campsite is quiet and relaxed from where you can enjoy the natural countryside of Northumberland.
Stonehaugh Campsite has a cedarwood constructed shower block which provides shower facilities (3 Men and 3 Ladies), 7 toilets, a sink for washing pots and pans and a family bathroom with hand basin and toilet.
Electric shaver sockets are also provided.
The quiet village of Stonehaugh (pronounced Stone-hoff) was designed in 1951 as a village for Forestry Commission workers at the time that Wark Forest was being planted. While around 250 houses were originally planned only 34 were ever built!
There is a play area in the village suitable for children up to 10 years of age. It includes swings, a slide and an aerial ruunway. The social club, incorporated in the Scandinavian style village hall is open Thursday to Sunday evenings inclusive.
Stonehaugh Campsite opens on 1 April (or Easter if this is earlier) and closes on 30 September.
Visit the Stonehaugh Campsite website for further information