The homes, made famous by the Native Americans, are becoming a popular haunt for hundreds of holidaymakers from Tyneside who are eager to indulge in green holidays.
“We always said we wanted to do something different and we dared to be different to everyone else, ” says Christine Whiteford, who owns the camp with her husband John, a farmer.
“We are the only wigwam village in England.”
The scene at Pot-A-Doodle-Do could be straight from the nomadic plains.
The wigwams, which sleep up to six people, have all been given their own names such as Lone Ranger and Jesse James and are situated on a grassy bank close to a Finnish wooden barbecue hut, home to regular camp fires.
I wonder if anything else in the "wigwam village" is problematical. I'm guessing it is.
Below: A "wigwam hotel" in the US.