Can you wild camp in Northumberland?

Wild camping is technically not allowed – unless you have the permission of the land owner. However many people still do it, particularly when visiting the Northumberland National Park.

Where can I camp for free in Northumberland?


  • Free camping in Gilsland. Try Gilsland, near Haltwhistle, where there is a Roman fort enclosed in a farm.
  • Free camping in Haltwhistle.
  • Free camping near Holy Island / Lindisfarne.
  • Free camping in Alnmouth.
  • Free camping in Scremerston.

Can you wild camp in Kielder Forest?

Please note – there is no wild camping allowed at Kielder. Just outside the Park – are a range of campsites – use the search function on the left (scroll to bottom of page if using mobile device) to pick the site best for you.

Can you wild camp on Holy Island?

There is no overnight camping on the island. Whilst you can take a camper van onto Lindisfarne, no overnight parking is allowed. There are camper van sites on the mainland side of the causeway at Beal Farm and Brock Mill Farm (which also has a selection of self-catering cottages).

Can you wild camp on Hadrians wall?

Note that none of the YHA hostels on the Hadrian’s Wall Path accepts campers. Note, too, that wild camping (ie not in a regular campsite) is not allowed. Camping is not an easy option; the route is wearying enough without carrying your accommodation around with you.

Can you stay overnight at Kielder Forest?

The overnight parking is for vehicles only used for camping, NO use of tents permitted. We encourage campers to use the formal campsites in Kielder. We expect users to take all their refuse home and no open fires are permitted.

Can you wild camp along Hadrians Wall?

Can you wild camp in the Yorkshire Dales?

Like almost all of England, wild or free camping isn’t officially allowed in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. As with elsewhere, however, it’s usually tolerated providing the campers are discreet, inconspicuous and don’t leave rubbish behind – just make sure you ask permission from the landowner.

Can you camp overnight on Holy Island?

Can you stay overnight on Holy Island?

Holy Island has a wide range of quality Accommodation and is an extremely popular place to stay. There are Hotels, Self Catering Cottages and family run B&B’s, something to suit everyone’s needs. If you are looking for Caravan or Camp Sites in and around Holy Island, please visit our Caravan and Camping Page.

Where are the best campsites in Northumberland?

Haltwhistle Camping and Caravanning Club Site Haltwhistle, Northumberland (2 miles) Haltwhistle Club Site is in Bellister Wood, so you’re likely to be sharing your pitch with a variety of birds. Winshields Campsite Bardon Mill, Hexham, Northumberland (3 miles)

Can you go fishing at Haltwhistle campsite?

Back at Haltwhistle campsite, the adjacent River Tyne provides fishing for those with the appropriate rod licence. After a day cycling or walking or enjoying some of the area’s many attractions our secluded campsite among the trees is a peaceful oasis to relax and unwind.

What is there to do at Haltwhistle club?

After a day cycling or walking or enjoying some of the area’s many attractions our secluded campsite among the trees is a peaceful oasis to relax and unwind. The modern facilities include showers and toilets, a laundry and washing up area. View a map of Haltwhistle Club Site .

Where are the best campsites between the North Pennines?

This 45 pitch site between the Northumberland National Park and North Pennines is surrounded by magnificent walking and cycling country. The Haltwhistle Rings – a series of 22 local walks is one way to take in the local scenery along with Hadrian’s Wall, five miles from the campsite, offers picturesque walking opportunities.