Northumberland National Park

Northumberland may be England’s remotest National Park but its diverse and beautiful landscape and rich heritage draws thousands of visitors every year to explore the many paths and trails that meander through its ancient woodland, hay meadows and moorlands.

Scotland and England meet on the north-western border of this park. North east are the Cheviot Hills. The Upper Coquet Valley and Simonside Hills lie to the east and to the west the Redesdale Valley and Kielder Forest park.

The park is rich in wildlife. You can see red squirrels, a rare black grouse and the curlew - a moorland bird with an unforgettable cry that is the emblem of Northumberland National Park.

A part of Hadrian’s Wall – a legacy of the Roman Empire – is to the south. It’s at this southern point, just outside the National Park, where you’ll also find Haltwhistle, one of two Club campsites perfectly located for visiting Northumberland National Park. Bellingham Club Site lies 29 miles to the north.