You can explore Hadrian’s Wall country and the Northumberland National Park with ease from Fallowfield Dene. Its rural location means that many of the county’s highlights are right on your doorstep.
Hadrian’s Wall itself is only one mile from the campsite, and there are a number of Roman forts in the area that history buffs are sure to love visiting.
All of the pitches at Fallowfield Dene are set in beautiful wooded glades, and each has 16A electric hook-up.
Other facilities at the park include a café serving snacks, light bites and hot drinks; clean and tidy washrooms; a dog-walking area; and a shop.
The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including badgers, woodpeckers and kestrels.
Here’s what you said when voting for the Top 100 Sites Guide:
“It is always clean and tidy, no matter whether there are a few people on site or it is full. The wardens are lovely and will try to help you in any way that they can.”
“We love the friendliness and helpfulness of the staff, the beautiful surroundings, the high standard of cleanliness in the facilities, and the lovely atmosphere.”
“We really appreciated the friendliness of the wardens, and the immaculate condition of the site. The safe adventure field was brilliant for children.”