Camping in the Peak District

April 27, 2019
north lees campsite

North Lees Campsite

Camping is one of the best ways to see the Peak District and is one of the most cost-effective types of accommodation available.  One of the […]
April 27, 2019
Upper hurst farm

Upper Hurst Farm

The Upper Hurst Farm holiday park is relatively new having opened in 2012 and has both caravan pitches as well as a camping area.  The caravan […]
April 27, 2019
eric byne campsite

Eric Byne Campsite

The Eric Byne memorial campsite is located at Aldern House which is close to the village of Baslow.  The village falls within the boundaries of the […]
April 27, 2019
bank farm caravan camping park

Bank Farm Caravan and Camping Park

Bank Farm Caravan and Camping Park is located 10 miles north of Ashbourne in a Hamlet called Hulme End.  The countryside surrounding the park has a […]
April 27, 2019
riven

Rivendale Caravan and Leisure Park

The Rivendale Caravan and Leisure Park is located close to the town of Buxton and is only 100 meters from the Tissington Trail.  The Tissington Trail […]
April 27, 2019
laneside caravan park

Laneside Caravan Park

The Laneside Caravan Park is a holiday camp suitable for caravans, motor homes, and tents.  The holiday park is located next to the village of Hope, […]
April 27, 2019
golden valley caravan and camping park

Golden Valley Caravan and Camping Park

The Golden Valley Caravan and Camping Park is located in a secluded woodland just five minutes from the town of Ripley.  The park is also close […]

Sleeping under canvas is one of the most popular ways to spend the night in the Peak District as well as one of the most affordable.  Camping provides visitors with an authentic taste of the Peak Districts nature, and a number of campsites exist throughout the park.

It is recommended that visitors stick to designated campsites such as those listed below, and avoid “wild camping”, as much of the land within the Peak District is privately owned. Check below for some more information on camping.