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We have just got back from a lovely caravan park, Doe Park Cotherton in Teesdale.
It's a family run site on a working farm and doggy heaven. The dog walks are brilliant. Turn right and you can follow the old Teesdale railway walk, turn left and you can walk by the river and dogs can swim. All without crossing roads and if the sheep are not in the field dogs can be off lead.
There's a dog friendly pub in the village, we didn't visit as we had our little grandson and he goes to sleep early so we tend to just sit in the awning with a bottle of wine and chill but the people in the van next door went and said it was nice with reasonable prices for meals and drinks.
The dogs loved it and met lots of labbie cousins. Nearly every dog on the site was a lab, it was lovely watching them romp around the fields. Unfortunately Willoughby got wiped out by the biggest chocolate lab I have ever seen and pulled his shoulder so now resting for a few days.
We visited High Force which is beautiful and very dog friendly and would have gone down to Low Force but was to far for me to walk at the moment.
Can highly recommend the site, facilities and surrounding area.
 

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Just had a quick look at their web site and it looks really nice. We have a motorhome and are always looking for dog friendly sites so if you come across anymore please share :)

We recently stayed at Lidalia Caravan Park in Newcastleton in the Borders and that was exceptionally dog friendly - lots of nice walks around and about and dog friendly pubs (v important!). Also Kippford in Dumfries and Galloway - very handy for forest walks and near the sea.

Karen and Jack
 
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