Camping at The Boe Rigg

Remote, wild, spacious and scenic are all terms rightly fitting The Boe Rigg, in Northumberland National Park a few miles from the market town of Bellingham.

Walking and cycling routes are all around here, along with a huge range of outdoor activities within a short drive including the high ropes, watersports and zipwires of Kielder Water and Forest. Also within driving distance are several famed north of England attractions such as Hadrian's Wall and Alnwick Castle, both under 40 miles, and the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, under 50.

The Boe Rigg camp is a little wilder and rustic compared to other sites but that's camping, what we do have that some sites twice our size don't is a superb cafe & restaurant, bar, stunning views & relaxed attitude. 

Our cafe is open from 8am during the main season where you can find delicious breakfasts, hot tea & coffee and free Wi-Fi. Our lunch time menu will run from midday until 5pm when we will also be serving lighter bites, cakes and scones etc. Evening meals will be available from 6pm and last food orders being at 9pm. The bar is open throughout  the day from midday and closes at 10pm

The Boe Rigg  is the perfect place to use as a base to discover what Northumberland has to offer. On our doorstep we have Kielder Forest & Water and renowned darkest skies in the UK. With some of the greatest UK landscapes we have areas to enjoy walking, cycling, fishing and wild life watching.

Bellingham is just two miles away where you will find a well stocked Co-op, country store, newsagents, butchers & selection of pubs & cafe's. Its a relatively easy walk along the road but has a few corners & narrow sections to watch for, definitely not recommended in darkness.

Campfires and barbecues are both allowed.