Campsites in the Peak District
A diverse and spectacular landscape in one of the most beautiful and charming regions of the UK, the Peak District has something for everyone. From its hidden valleys of space, solitude and tranquillity, rounded hills, bracing moorland and long distance trails, to bustling market towns with thriving local stores and delightful teashops, camping in the Peaks offers a unique and varied holiday.
Peak District Campsites
Ashbourne Club Campsite
This campsite is a perfect base for exploring the Derbyshire peaks and dales, close to the market town of Ashbourne. There are good facilities for children with their own play area and a dedicated field for ball games.
Bakewell Club Campsite
Top site for walking
Top site for pubs
Great site for couples
Set in the heart of the Peak District National Park, this is a truly back to nature campsite, without a toilet or shower block, making it a perfect place for those looking to get away from it all – even in the height of the season.
Crowden Club Campsite
In the heart of the Peak District National Park, and at the end of a challenging stretch of the Pennine Way, this campsite is reputed to have the best-stocked little shop anywhere in the local area, perfect for walkers.
Hayfield Club Campsite
This is the ideal place for walkers of all abilities; from gentle strolls to more challenging climbs. Set in Peak District walking country, the predominance of tents and no caravans makes this a unique campsite.
Teversal Club Campsite
Top site for fishing
Top site for play area
Top site for dogs
A country paradise for walkers and cyclists, this award-winning campsite is set in six acres of glorious countryside centrally located for exploring Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and neighbouring Derbyshire.
More about Camping in the Peak District
For those looking for outdoor activity there is something for all levels of expertise at our campsites in the Peak District. From the hardened hiker, fair-weather walker, serious cyclist and the laid-back biker, to the keen water sports fanatic and experienced rider, the stunning countryside of the Peak District offers an impressive network of footpaths, traffic-free cycle trails, bridle tracks and waterways.
After breathing in all that fresh air, head for the vibrant market towns and picturesque villages for time to potter and browse, perhaps stopping off in a teashop to sample the local confection and watch the world go by. With quirky independent shops, indoor and outdoor markets, fairs and local events, there has never been a more perfect opportunity to come camping in the Peak District.
All campsites in the Peak District offer plenty of activities and major attractions within easy reach including prehistoric cave paintings, vast limestone caverns, ancient stone circles, hilltop forts, museums, galleries, majestic stately homes like Chatsworth House and gardens, and the Heights of Abraham.
With a plethora of activities available, and fabulous attractions to visit, camping in the Peak District is the perfect holiday choice.