Tracy’s favourite season of the year. The Autumn equinox this year has just passed on the 23rd September. The day when the daylight hours and the night time hours are equal. This season is the time when nature starts to prepare for the cold winter months ahead…
Our environment is very special so it’s really worth thinking about how you can be a good camper and play a part in keeping this wonderful place safe
Nestled in the heart of the Hadrian’s Wall UNESCO World Heritage Site lies an architectural marvel – The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre
A 250-mile road trip across Northumberland including; dark skies, Hadrian’s wall and Holy Island.
The Hadrian’s Wall Campsite in Northumberland offers a front-row seat to nature’s grandest spectacle during autumn – the breathtakingly beautiful dark skies.
The amazing Tynedale Beer and Cider Festival returns to Corbridge in Northumberland this year and its an easy public transport journey from Hadrian’s Wall Campsite – we will even drop you and pick you up from Haltwhistle train station and give you an extra night camping free!!
Shepherd huts will have been seen in many of the fields around us as the shepherds would use them to take shelter while looking after the sheep and during lambing.
Last week some glamping guests staying in one of our huts at Hadrians Wall Campsite were a little taken aback when they opened the curtains to find a little group of Dalesbred Ewes paying them a visit!!
March 20th is International Day of Happiness – a day that aims to make people around the world realise how important it is to be happy.
We love everything about our Northumberland campsite and one of the best things we have here is the wildlife, particularly our feathered friends.
You can take some great walks from the campsite. The AD122 gives you lots of options for walks further afield as well but below are a couple of walks that we love.