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    Riverside Holiday park - Wooler Northumberland... Anyone been?

    Anyone been to the Riverside Country Park in Wooler? (holiday caravan site) Just wanted to know if its allright, there arent many reviews or pictures of it on the web which kinda worries me although any reviews are good ones. Its on the hoseason site.

    Also if anyone knows anything about the area,Wooler... Im guessing Wooler is small but will be going out to newcastle so its just a base to travel from.

    Thanks,
    Carol x

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    Dont know about the caravan park but Wooler is very small, the national park is beautiful though, used to have the use of one of the cottages up there every year quite a few years ago. If you like walking then you could probably spend all week just in the national park!

    Original Poster

    thanks for that, i dont think we'd spend too much time walking since the we n is with us, shes only 2&1/2 so cant do too much but we'd def venture out so thats maybe somewhere to go. Thank you

    Info from google:

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    Set in 80 acres of Northumbria countryside, in an area of outstanding natural beauty and regarded as one of England's last great wildernesses, Riverside is a place where you can escape and relax.

    Riverside is where you can really experience the great outdoors with the stunning Cheviot Hills rising above the landscape. You can walk, cycle, horse ride, go fishing on a private lake or fly fish for trout - in short, enjoy life's simple pleasures. On the park, you can swim in the indoor heated pool or unwind in the spa bath, and in the evening relax with a drink and bar meal in the friendly clubroom

    Review by Emma Fairbanks on 16th August, 2008
    I went to riversidei got back yesterday it was a fantastic place anna and norman the entertainers were excellent and were lovely to all the kids even when not in the bar outside of it to when anna was in the shop she was lovely !! i would love to go back to wooler at the same caravan park


    Situated close to the village of Wooler, gateway to the Cheviot National Park. Excellent walking, fishing and riding


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    Original Poster

    thank you wenchybev... I think Ive seen all that info though as i done a thorough search for it on the net, was just wondering if anyone here had been but seems not, going to call the park just now to get it booked up as it seems fine. Thanks, C x

    Looks nice from the photos on those links

    Original Poster

    it does look lovely, ive booked it up so ill be sure to let yous know what its like incase anyone else should wonder one day
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