Family run, peaceful Caravan Park in the heart of Teesdale

Set in the heart of the North Pennines, Mickleton Mill is a quiet, secluded and picturesque holiday home destination. The farm and Caravan Park are idyllically located on the banks of the River Lune and Tees, surrounded by woodland and rural farmland. The park covers eight acres, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with an abundance of local wildlife.

Within easy reach of Middleton in Teesdale, Barnard Castle, and many popular walking routes in the North Pennines, many of our visitors use us as an alternative to the Lake District, or as a base for a memorable family day out.

Mickleton Mill Caravan Park has been personally run by the Atkinson family for sixty years this year, since it first opened in 1963. The Atkinson family have lived and farmed at The Mill for over two hundred years. We are committed to providing a personally run Caravan Park, ensuring the highest standards of customer care and a close attention to detail.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions, or would like a personal guide around the Caravan Park. You can contact us on 01833 625336 / 07786498204 or by emailing

A warm welcome awaits you!

Mickleton Mill Caravan Park

Mickleton Mill Caravan Park is a wonderfully peaceful and scenic family owned and managed caravan site and holiday park located in beautiful Lunedale and Teesdale and offering a range of Static Caravans, Touring Caravans or Self Catering Holiday Caravan Hire services. Whether looking for a static caravan pitch, a tourer pitch or a pitch for a seasonal tourer in Upper Teesdale, County Durham and the North Pennines AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), then the magnificent setting, peace, tranquility, facilities and personal service in what was once the most northerly of the Yorkshire Dales, is absolutely tremendous and second to none. We are located near to the beautiful stone-built villages and towns of Mickleton, Middleton-in-Teesdale, Romaldkirk, Eggleston, Cotherstone, Lartington, Barnard Castle and Staindrop and as a centre for exploration, not far from the City of Durham with its famous World Heritage Site of castle and cathedral, Weardale, Swaledale and even the Lake District and the North Yorkshire Moors and Coast.