Welcome to Teesside DA.
Founded in 1955, Teesside District Association is a section within the North East region of the Camping and Caravanning Club. We hold regular weekend meets across the region and special holiday meets for longer periods further afield, you can check out our sites page for more details.
Throughout the year we also hold social events, either at our weekend meets or as a get together during winter, these include Valentines party, Easter weekend, Quiz night and Christmas party. Most of our weekend meets are held at venues where we can utilise function rooms to enable various social activities throughout the year, we will keep you posted of up coming events on this website.
We are proud to be one of the oldest running clubs in the UK and through our committee aim to uphold the Camping and Caravanning Clubs motto of being the Friendly Club. We offer exceptional value for money caravanning in some beautiful locations around the North East of England and North Yorkshire.
If you would like any further information on how to join and where we go or what we do, please browse our website or contact us at the link above and we will be happy to answer any queries you might have.
Whether you are new to camping or a seasoned veteran you will be welcomed at every occasion.
The Camping and Caravanning Club, Greenfields House, Westwood Way, Coventry
We are the friendly club and want you to enjoy your stays with us and for the comfort and safety of yourselves and your fellow campers we do have some site rules that you need to adhere to.
There is a maximum speed limit on site of 5mph. Please keep to this limit and keep traffic movement to a minimum. No driving on site between 11.00pm and 7.00am.
All rubbish must be taken home with you at the close of the meet unless stated otherwise.
Waste water must be collected in a suitable receptacle and must not be allowed to foul the ground.
Please remember to bring your own toilet. No part of any toilet should be taken to a drinking water tap.
Open fires are not permitted.
All units must place a bucket of water outside their unit in case of fire.
Dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
Please do not fly kites as this may damage units on site.
Respect must be shown to the landowners property and all 'out of bounds' areas to be observed .No smoking and no dogs in buildings being used.(guide dogs excepted).
All sites open at 2 pm
If the steward has not arrived on site, the first person on site will act as temporary steward until the main steward arrives. This involves checking membership cards and making sure all units are 20ft apart.
Teesside DA would like to thank all members for the kind donations over the last two years which have enabled us to send money to two charities. First charity Seahouses Lifeboat Service and second one Polymicregyria. We have received a letter from the Polymicregyria charity thanking us for the kind donation of £492.50. This charity is very close to our Chairman and family . Thank you