• The Paddock Touring Park

    North East England Tourism Award  Winner 

    The Paddock 

    Robson's Touring Park - a 22 pitch, quiet caravan site  for touring caravans and motorhomes (regretfully no tents or trailer tents) located in the small rural town of Wolsingham -  a convenient location for visiting County Durham.

    The Paddock adjacent to our existing caravan and motorhome dealership and alongside the River Wear in the small town of Wolsingham.

    21  Hard standing and 1 Grass Pitch all with electric.

    Fresh water, waste water and chemical disposal point.

    Shower and toilet block.

    Family and more accessible shower and toilet block.

    Washing up area.

    Coded Security Barrier.

    Local information board.

    5 minutes walk to town centre with 2 public houses, a cafe, an Italian restaurant, bakery/deli, butcher's shop , gift shop, new Spar with fuel station, convenience store and pharmacy.

    5 minutes to lovely riverside walks.

    Indoor swimming pool and sports hall - 10 minutes walk

    Recreation area - 10 minutes walk.

    Picnic tables on site.

    Well behaved dogs on leads allowed.

    Open March to October for touring caravans and motorhomes.

    Small accessory shop, gas and awning sales. Caravan/Motorhome workshop on site - appointments necessary.

    2024  pitch fees including electric and showers £30 per night. 

    'Weekender Rate' - Pitch available from 12 lunchtime Friday until 6 pm Sunday £65.00 (NOT available Bank Holiday weekends) - please ask when making a booking.

    Complete site booking available for family gatherings, small rallies,  local shows etc. .


    Convenient location for the Weardale Railway - see www.weardale-railway.org.uk -

    Located 15 minutes drive from KYNREN - a visually stunning night show and epic tale of 2000 years of English history - visit www.kynren.com  for more details. 

    10  minutes drive from Hamsterley Forest with miles and miles of walks and bike trails .

    35 minutes drive from Beamish Open Air Museum  www.beamish.org.uk

    Visit www.thisisdurham.com for many local attractions and events.

    * Quiet camping policy 

    We ask that campers use their pitch in a peaceful manner and abide by the 10.30pm quiet time.

    • No ball games on site please
    • No cycling on site
    • Children to be supervised at all times
    • Dogs to be on leads and under control
    • No amplified music please
    • Noise levels to be respectful at all times.   







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