Our Country Parks
Northumberland is a county of contrasts: historic castles, magnificent beaches, winding fishing rivers, national parks, vast moors and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Local attractions include Alnwick Castle – which has been used as a location for many films including Harry Potter, Hadrians Wall, Kielder – voted the ‘number one most tranquil place in the UK’ and the historic town of Morpeth.
England’s largest county, North Yorkshire is famed for it’s breath taking panoramic views and is comprised of the Yorkshire Dales, North Yorkshire Moors, Vale Of York and the coastal region. The area is a nature lovers paradise and is rich in history. Local attractions include Ripon Cathedral, Whitby Abbey, York Minister and Mother Shiptons Cave.
Whether you’re looking for a city break packed with sightseeing and shopping, a chance to get hands-on with history and heritage, a rural escape for some much needed rest and relaxation, or time to get outdoors and active – County Durham has something to offer you. Local attractions include Durham Cathedral, Aukland Castle, Beamish Museum, Hamsterley Forest and the cities of Durham and Newcastle.
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What our homeowners say about our parks.
“Everything is “Tip Top” nothing is a bother, everyone is so very helpful. The Park is excellent, friendly & peaceful. Couldn’t wish for better. Thank You.”Mrs J Stephenson
“I have lived at Low Carrs for over 15 years, it is very peaceful, very secure and the staff are so helpful.”Alice Cooper - Park Home Owner
“It’s really great to drive up to our place in the country knowing that we can unwind while our daughter plays safely on the park.”Mr Allan
“We love how the Maguire family have brought the park into the 21st century but still kept the traditional feel about the place.”Allan & Lesley