Quiet Campsite In An Excellent Location

Eden Tree Caravan Park is a quiet, family run campsite, close to Bradwell in the Hope Valley, with stunning views over the surrounding hills. It’s located in the heart of the Peak District National Park, within easy walking distance of the facilities in Bradwell, just a mile from the cycling hotspot of Hope and just over 2 miles from Castleton and the mighty Mam Tor, meaning that it’s an ideal base for walkers and cyclists wishing to enjoy this fabulous area.

Open from March to October, the friendly team at Eden Tree Caravan Park welcome motorhomes, caravans, camper vans, trailer tents and standard tents on sheltered grass pitches and hardstanding pitches, available with electric hook up. Well behaved dogs are welcome too!

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Eden Tree Caravan Park offers a wide range of pitches with electric hook-ups on beautiful, sheltered pitches. There’s a spotless toilet block and hot power showers, as well as an indoor pot washing area and a handy laundry room, which is ideal for those wishing to stay a little longer.  

Eden Tree Caravan Park is also home to one of the oldest static caravan sites in the area, creating a lovely village feel. (Keep an eye on their website for an up-and-coming static sales.)

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Wi-Fi is also available on request.

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Excellent Location

Eden Tree Caravan Park is in the most fabulous location, in the picturesque Hope Valley! In the very heart of the Peak District National Park, it’s the perfect base to explore all that this stunning part of the country has to offer. Whether you’re a walker, runner, cyclist, outdoor enthusiast, a leisurely shop browser, or beer sampler, Eden Tree Caravan Park has everything on its doorstep or just a short drive away.

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The village of Bradwell is only a 5 minute walk away and offers a selection of village pubs, as well as a large grocery shop, a fish & chip shop and a Post Office.

For the walkers, the popular village of Castleton, which has a great selection of cafes, pubs and independent shops, is just 2.5 miles away. Castleton is renowned for its pretty lights at Christmas, but also one of the Peak District’s most loved walking routes – Mam TorCastleton is also famous for its caves – Peak Cavern has the largest cave entrance in Britain, or you can enjoy the thrills of an underground boat ride at Speedwell Cavern.

There are so many beautiful other nearby places to enjoy such as Bamford, with its easy walks up to Bamford Edge and over to Ladybower Reservoir, or the delightful village of Hathersage, with a wide range of cafes, restaurants and outdoor shops.

The village of Hope is just a mile away, with more fabulous pubs, cafes and shops.  However, it’s the cyclists that seem to really enjoy Hope due to its close proximity to the winding Winnats Pass!

Being central in the Peak District National Park, there are pretty villages, tranquil rivers, impressive hills, and a whole collection of outdoor pursuit available to enjoy in every direction. Whether you wish to try climbing, water sports, potholing or caving, there are so many things to try, many of which can be found here!

For those who fancy a spot of shopping, the wonderful market town of Bakewell is just a 20-minute drive, and the delightful spa town of Buxton just a 30-minute drive, both with a great selection of independent shops and eateries. 

So as you can see, Eden Tree Caravan Park is a relaxing place to enjoy the stunning surrounding hills, but also the most perfect place from which to explore them! 

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Nearby Walking Routes

Just a small selection of the fabulous walking routes that can be enjoyed in the nearby surrounding countryside close to Eden Tree Caravan Park.

Contact Eden Tree Caravan Park

For more information, or to book your pitch, contact the helpful team at Eden Tree Caravan Park.