Camplify is the fastest growing peer-to-peer caravan hire and motorhome rental community in the UK. We connect local owners of static caravans, touring caravans, campervans, motorhomes and trailer tents with holidaymakers seeking to experience the joys of camping in The North East.
In the North East of England, you’ll find the epic splendor of Northumberland, County Durham and Tyne and Wear. Filled with history, nature, culture, wildlife, and more, this region is one of the best places to escape to on your next caravan holiday the UK. In Northumberland, you can visit Hadrian’s Wall (a UNESCO World Heritage site), go bird watching at the national nature reserve on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, or take in the breathtaking views from Bamburgh Castle. County Durham is made up of impressive dales to the west, vales to the east, imposing headlands along the coast, and the historic cathedral city of Durham nestled within. Located around the mouths of the rivers Tyne and Wear, this county is home to the iconic ‘Angel of the North’ which has become one of the most talked about pieces of art ever produced! Because of its more remote location, Northumberland, County Durham and Tyne and Wear are ideal for travellers who want to hire a caravan or motorhome away from the crowds and in the middle of the great outdoors. In addition, caravanning or staying in a motorhome will keep you dry and warm beneath the stars in case the weather changes. You can hire an RV with Camplify once we are live in this region.
The North East is full of wild open spaces as well as streams, rivers, and coasts ideal for adventure activities and exploration. Try clay pigeon shooting, go on a popular coasteering trip, cycle one of the many routes in Haltwhistle, ride a horse through Hamsterley forest, or catch a glimpse of the 12th century castle to which Newcastle owes its name ‘Newcastle Castle’ . The region is ripe with activities at night too. More than 100,000 flock to County Durham for ‘Kynren – An Epic Tale of England’, the UK’s most spectacular open air live show. It’s a stunning spectacle that starts at sunset and ends at starlight. For those looking for more natural lights at night, you’ll find Europe’s largest area of protected night sky in Northumberland. With gold tier designation from the International Dark Sky Association, the Northumberland International Dark Sky Park is without a doubt the best place in the UK to see the stars before your retire back to your campsite. Or if you have a passion for exploring why not embark on adventure at Milkwellburn Wood Nature Reserve and take in the scenic views on offer.
Through Camplify, you can organise for a local caravan owner to drop their vehicle off at your destination throughout Northumberland, County Durham, and Tyne and Wear or choose to drive the RV yourself. You can also hire a static caravan or lodge at a variety of holiday parks. Simply pick a campsite such as in Beadnell Bay or find a place to sleep under the stars in Teesdale, find a motorhome option that suits you, and the rest is taken care of.