Located close to Stanhope, this caravan park is ideal for exploring the North East.
There are 77 privately owned static holiday homes on site for you to make your own.
Located close to a wooded area and river, there are plenty of beautiful places to spend your time. If you are looking for caravan parks in the North East or Durham, then this is an ideal place to consider.
To find out more about Stanhope Burn Caravan Park, please call today on 01388 528 264.
With a fantastic community, Stanhope Burn Caravan Park offers the perfect escape for all. It is situated in Stanhope, County Durham and offers the perfect place to come home to after exploring the North Pennines. The site is also pet friendly. However, we ask that dogs are kept on a lead and cleaned up after.
As well as recently installed 16 amp electrical upgrades, our Stanhope caravan site will also benefit from landscaping, Wi-Fi and lighting and security cameras.
How long can I keep my holiday home before upgrading it?
Here at SBCP we have no requirement on owners when it comes to upgrading. Although, there is a 15 year rule maximum in place for private to private sales. An annual review will be undertaken once a caravan is between 15 and 20 years old to make sure it is maintained and that charges are paid.
What are the opening and closing dates of the park?
We are lucky to have recently extended our season. We are now open from March 1st to October 31st. During March we open exclusively on weekends, however from Easter we will be open all the way through.
Are friends and family allowed to use my holiday home?
Yes, of course! We welcome friends and family you visit your caravan. However, we do not allow commercial subletting on our caravan site.
Can decking be added around my home?
You are free to add this feature. The design will of course depend on the pitch you choose. We recommend that you visit the park to take a look at the pitches available and decide on a design afterwards.
Am I okay to visit the park?
We always welcome visitors. Call us on 01388 528 264 prior to your visit to make sure that we are available to show you around. Please park in the visitor’s bays opposite Park Lodge.
Travelling here by vehicle is easy to do and you will find yourself relaxing in no time. We are based a short drive off of the A68 in the North Pennines AONB.
You can also use public transport to access our location. A regular bus runs across the Wear valley and there is a bus stop a 5 minute walk away. There is also a train station in Stanhope which you can use.