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Free fishing is available to Caravan Park users on a single bank of the River Lune, providing you have a Rod Licence. It runs the full length of the Caravan Park, down to the confluence with the River Tees. There is also fishing available on the River Tees. It is £60 per year to join a private syndicate, which allows exclusive fishing on a 1 mile stretch on one bank of the River Tees. Availability to join this syndicate is limited, so please get in touch if you require any more information. If you are hiring either of the holiday homes, there are free passes available to fish the same stretch of river. For more information or availability of the passes please get in touch. A recent fish stock count by the Environment Agency identified that we have predominantly brown trout, with some rainbow trout, grayling and salmon.

Grassholme and Hury reservoirs are both very close by. Grassholme is one of the top any method fisheries in the country, and Hury is exclusively a fly fishery. Balderhead, Cow Green and Selset are three of the very best wild brown trout fisheries in the country. For lots more information on fishing in Teesdale and beyond, pick up the Northumbrian Water Fishing Guide from our farmhouse reception or from our  tourist information point on the caravan park. More information online at

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.