Middridge Meadows - County Durham’s Caravan Club Certificated Location CL and Livery
Hook Ups and
5 Hard Standing Pitches Now Available. We are open all year
About the Site
Middridge Meadows is nestled in the countryside but is also within easy reach of
all major amenities and many North East tourist attractions. Why not visit the Shildon
Railway Museum, Beamish Museum, the beautiful Cathedral city of Durham or the Metro
Centre, Europe’s largest indoor shopping centre to name but a few. See our local
information page for more details.
The Caravan Club Certificated Location CL
Our CL is the perfect base in the North East and is open all year to caravan club
members! Please note that within Caravan Club rules we are restricted to a combined
total of 5 caravans and motorhomes at any one time
Welcome to Middridge Meadows
Caravan Club Certificated Location!
Middridge Meadows is the ideal location for Caravan Club members to explore the North
East of England. Our large, peaceful site benefits from open views to all aspects.
The site is located to the South West of Durham city and is within easy reach of
the A1 and many exciting tourist attractions. We are a new site on the Caravan Club
network and we are working hard to improve our facilities. Please add us to your
favourites and check back for regular updates on our progress as we develop the site
We are pleased to announce that we are now able to offer electric hook ups for the
CL site. We also have 5 hard standing pitches available.
Rally organisers: Please contact us to discuss your requirements. We have large fields
available with good road access.
We are open 365 days a year.
The Livery Yard
We Have just completed work to install six brand new spacious stables and have appointed
an experienced Yard Manager to run the livery business. We now offer a full range
of livery services from DIY to full livery. Caravan Club members please note that
the horses are privately owned and this is not a riding school.
News & Events
Visitors will see varied wildlife and farm animals.
We are committed to doing all we can to protect our environment and our Caravan Club
Certificated Location CL waste area is designed with recycling in mind. We have separate
bins for general waste, cardboard, glass and metal and ask that customers help us
by sorting their waste into these separate bins.
Hamsterley Forest is about 20 minutes drive from our site and boasts 2000 hectares
of mixed woodland with many walks and mountain bike trails of varying degrees of
difficulty from novice to advanced.
Places to Explore
Durham City is also about 20 minutes drive from our site and is a beautiful place
Durham’s cathedral is a great place to start and is described as a masterpiece of
romanesque architecture dating from 1093.
Durham City has much to offer and visitors should allow plenty of time.
See our Local Info page for more suggestions of places to visit
Darlington is famous for its Quaker heritage and was the home of Edward Pease the
Quaker Industrialist who put up the money for George Stephenson’s pioneering engine
“Locomotion No 1”. This was the world’s first passenger-pulling engine and is now
on show at The Head of Steam Museum.
Darlington was also home to Joseph Pease, the businessman, philanthropist and the
World’s first Quaker MP who supported many causes including the abolition of slavery.
His statue is on display in Darlington’s historic town centre
Newton Aycliffe has a Tesco extra store which is about 2 miles from our Certificated
Location Caravan Site
Please note that our Caravan Club Certificated Location (CL) is only available to
Caravan Club members and we require your Club membership number at time of booking.
If you are not already a member why not join the Caravan Club and gain access to
their network of CL’s and Club Site’s throughout the UK.
Please click here and you will be taken to the Caravan Club Website.
We can only allow a combined total of 5 Caravans and Motorhome’s on our CL Site at
any one time in accordance with Caravan Club Rules.
Our CL site has featured in the September 2010 and November 2013 issues of the Caravan Club magazine.