Caravan Sites, Glamping & Camping in the Peak District

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Camping in the Peak District
Camping in the Peak District
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The Very Best Caravan Sites, Glamping & Camping in the Peak District!

You can’t beat a holiday in the beautiful Peak District National Park!  Whether you want to relax in the peaceful countryside, to walk or climb in the hills, or to simply enjoy a week wandering in the charming villages, the Peak District really does have something for everyone.

And the great news for the millions of visitors who love to spend their holidays camping, glamping or relaxing in their caravans, is that the Peak District has some of the most beautiful campsites in England!

At Let’s Go Peak District we know that when you go away on a much-needed holiday camping in the Peak District, you want your caravan or camping site to be perfect for your needs.  We know that you want well-kept sites with spotless facilities, not to mention those amazing Peak District views.

That’s why we’ve gathered together a hand-picked collection of the very best caravan sites, glamping & camping in the Peak District to make it easy to choose the right site for you.

For those who love life under canvas, you can choose from small farmsteads that offer back-to-basics camping in the Peak District hills, to the most luxurious glamping accommodation in fabulous yurts and tipis.

We’ve also got a great selection of the most beautiful Shepherd’s Huts, glamping pods, safari lodges and even romantic gypsy caravans.

For those looking for the best caravan sites in the Peak District, you’ll find everything here from quiet, rural retreats surrounded by rolling fields, to lively resorts with swimming pools, shops, entertainment and children’s activities.

We even feature campervan and motorhome hire – so you can take your Peak District holiday home on your adventures with you!

We choose only the very best sites for your caravan, glamping or camping in the Peak District, and we know you’ll love whichever site you pick!  Have a look through our selection here, or VIEW THE COLLECTION ON A MAP if you’d prefer.

Happy holidays!

The stunning Peak District National Park covers over 550 square miles of the most beautiful areas of Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Cheshire, Yorkshire and even parts of Greater Manchester.  The Peak District was the first National Park created in the UK in 1951.  It now receives more than 10 million visitors each year, who come for the spectacular landscape, lovely towns and villages, and the freedom to escape on miles of footpaths, bridleways and cycle trails.

The Peak District is renowned for its charming villages, with pretty cottages on narrow lanes, historic country churches and cosy pubs.  You’ll be spoilt for choice here, but makes sure you visit Castleton, with its lovely shops, magnificent show caverns, and incredible surrounding countryside.  Or the intriguing plague village of Eyam, famed for its inspiring tale of bravery against the bubonic plague in the 17th Century.  And for perfect Peak District beauty, it’s hard to beat walking in Ashford-in-the-Water, with its idyllic riverside setting, complete with a medieval bridge, pretty cottages, twisty lanes, a tearoom and cosy country pubs.

Camping in the Peak DistrictThe Peak District and surrounding area is also blessed with many bustling, historic market towns.  Be sure to try some of the famous Bakewell Pudding when visiting Bakewell, or enjoy a show at the magnificent Opera House in Buxton, designed by world-renowned theatre designer, Frank Matcham.  

The Peak District National Park has no shortage of grand stately properties for visitors to enjoy.  Many consider the Jewel in the Crown to be Chatsworth House, the ancestral seat of the Dukes of Devonshire.  The House is awe-inspiring, with lavish interiors and important collections of art, but its expansive gardens and acres of parkland are just as impressive.  Or visit the superbly romantic Haddon Hall, deservedly acclaimed as one of the most beautiful medieval manor houses in England, looking like a scene from a fairytale.  

But the real draw for almost all visitors who love camping in the Peak District is its fantastic landscape.  Despite its well-deserved popularity, it’s still very easy to escape the crowds here, with more than 1,800 miles of footpaths and bridleways.  Many visitors come to hike and run in the hills and valleys, and the famous long distance footpath The Pennine Way starts in the pretty Peak District village of Edale.  Others come to for the world-famous rock-climbing; Stanage Edge in Hathersage has almost 1,500 routes up its gritstone faces and is known in climbing circles as God’s Own Rock.

Whatever your reasons for visiting and wherever you choose to stay, you’re sure to find everything you need for caravanning, glamping and camping in the Peak District, the country’s original and favourite national park!

 

Camping in the Peak District

Camping in the Peak District