Common End Farm Campsite is a little haven of Peak District peace and quiet, only a pleasant 3 mile stroll away from the famous beauty spot of Dovedale. The site is surrounded by unspoilt countryside, with miles of footpaths across the rolling hills in all directions. Located close to the border between Derbyshire and Staffordshire, this is the perfect base from which to explore the beauty of the Peak District National Park!
About Common End Farm Campsite
There are 30 spacious pitches available at Common End Farm Campsite, including 8 grass pitches and 3 hardstanding pitches with 10amp Electric Hook-Ups, and 14 pitches with 6amp EHU points.
Campfires in a fire pit are permitted, so that you can make the most of the Peak District views and fresh air into the evening. There are fire baskets to rent and logs available to buy.
Common End Farm Campsite is pet-friendly, with a maximum of 2 dogs per pitch.
We know your four-legged friends will enjoy their Peak District adventures here as much as you will!
Common End Farm Campsite has a clean, warm toilet and shower block located in a sympathetically converted traditional stone barn. Hairdryers and shaver/toothbrush charger points are provided in both the Ladies and Gents bathrooms.
There’s also a dish washing area, which includes a freezer for ice packs, a drinking water tap and a chemical toilet disposal point.
There is also a small amount of indoor storage suitable for single axle caravans of up to 26ft. Please get in touch to discuss your requirements or to arrange a visit to view the facility.
Common End Farm Campsite is set amid the beautiful rolling countryside of the Peak District in Staffordshire. It’s located close to the famous beauty spot of Dovedale, with its iconic stepping stones and the crystal clear River Dove running through a picturesque grassy ravine. The National Trust estate and tearoom at Ilam is also within easy walking distance.
The lovely market town of Ashbourne is within easy driving distance, home to a great range of independent shops, cafes and galleries. Only slightly further afield you’ll find the ancient capital of the Peak District, Bakewell, famed for its sweet Bakewell puddings and tarts, or the elegant spa town of Buxton, with its graceful Georgian and Victorian architecture.
If you enjoy stately homes you’ll be spoilt for choice – within easy driving distance you’ll find the National Trust property of Sudbury Hall , as well as the magnificent, privately owned Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Tissington Hall, all perfect days out for the whole family.
If you’re looking for something more adrenaline-fuelled, you’re within easy driving distance of the country’s best and brightest theme park at Alton Towers, or for younger guests Gulliver’s Kingdom in Matlock Bath.