Hillcrest Park is our rural, 6 acre, holiday park located right on the border of North Yorkshire and County Durham between Richmond and Barnard Castle in one of the northernmost of the Dales, Teesdale, with the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) on our doorstep.

Surrounded by farmland, it offers peace, tranquillity and beautiful views of Teesdale – yet is only 10mins from the A66. It is ideal for walkers, cyclists and dog owners (we have a dog walking field onsite) and is close to Richmond, Barnard Castle, High Force Waterfall, Raby Castle and a host of other Dales attractions.


The area is something of a hidden gem, offering much to see and do close by, but we are also within easy reach of the North Yorkshire MoorsThe Lake DistrictYorkshire Dales and North Yorkshire coast. We surrounded by farmland and blessed with beautiful views over Teesdale and are just a short walk from the River Tees and the Teesdale Way.

As dog lovers ourselves, we think it is important that all the family enjoy their holiday together so all of our accommodation is dog friendly, and we have a large field on site in which you can let your dog (and the kids!) run around.

We have a small shop onsite selling the basics; milk, eggs, bread, local produce as well as a few camping essentials, in case you forget anything.

Our communal campers’ kitchen has kettles, toasters, microwaves, hotplates, sink and fridge as well as a basic supply of cutlery, crockery, pots and pans – again, just in case you left something crucial behind!

So, whether you want the comforts of a cottage, somewhere to bring your own caravan or motorhome or fancy giving glamping a try we aim to offer all our guests a peaceful setting and a warm welcome.

Hillcrest Park is our home as well as our business, so we are usually around if you need any help, but are happy to let you enjoy your holiday in peace.

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