Whether you’re planning your first visit to the Peak District or you’ve been here many times, there is so much to love about this region! It’s made for those who love the great outdoors, with so much to see and do.
From walking, cycling and hiking to exploring some idyllic destinations and top family attractions with the kids – you won’t be short of things to do during your stay. Here’s just a few of our favourites…
Dovedale Stepping Stones
Dovedale is a popular region of the Peak District. It is well-known for the River Dove and it’s impressive limestone ravines, but no visit here is complete without walking across the picturesque stepping stones…
The Tissington Trail
Just a short distance from our Peak District campsite is the Tissington Trail, a quiet trail which runs for 13 miles from Ashbourne to Parsley Hay. You can walk, cycle or ride a horse on this picturesque route all year round.
This grand property and estate is one of the region’s most popular attractions (and it’s easy to see why). It has over 30 rooms to explore, the beautiful Sculpture Gallery, a 105-acre garden, farmyard and playground.
A Walkers' Paradise
If you love walking then you’ll love the Peak District. From our touring caravan site you are only a short distance from the many routes, footpaths and trails that meander throughout the National Park.
Explore rugged limestone valleys, venture to calm lakes and stroll along moorland peaks. Wherever you walk in the Peak District National Park you can always be guaranteed to get the time and space to take a deep breath of fresh air and feel closer to nature.