Seasonal Tourers - Frequently Asked Questions

How long is the season?

We are open from the 20th of February to the 7th of November.

Can I visit the park during the closed season?

You can visit your tourer when you wish. During the closed season the water is drained down but electric and gas are still available.

Are dogs permitted on the Caravan Park?

Dogs are permitted but must be kept on a lead at all times, and exercised off the Park. We are a very dog friendly Caravan Park, but as this is a working farm we need to be strict about our dog policy.

Is Wi-Fi available?

Wi-Fi is available and is free to use. 100% coverage cannot be guaranteed due to rural location, weather conditions and changing flora. These can cause variable signal strength.

Do you store caravans over winter?

No. We only store the caravans we have on pitch. If you bring a seasonal tourer to Mickleton Mill, you can leave it on pitch over winter for no additional cost.

Do all pitches have hard standing and electrical hook up?

Yes. All pitches have hard standings, with space for an awning and electrical hook up.

What is the electricity supply?


Where are the nearest villages/shops/pubs?

The closest village is Mickleton, around 0.75 miles away, although within 5 miles there is a large selection of pubs and restaurants. Middleton in Teesdale is around 3 miles away and has everything you may need for a short stay. Barnard Castle is only 8 miles away.

Do I need an appointment to view?

During the season there is someone on park every day, however to ensure they are free at the time you wish to visit it is recommended that you get in touch beforehand.

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.