IN 2018 WE ARE ONLY OPEN ON THESE DATES:
MAY 25th+26th+27th, JUN8+9th, 15+16th, JULY 20+21st, AUG 3+4th, AUG 17+18th, AUG 24+25+26th, AUG 31st+SEPT 1st
Small, friendly,back-to-basics camping on an organic smallholding, with great views over Carsington Water and surrounding hills. Campfires allowed. Compost toilets. On sunny days a simple solar shower is available. Stereos strongly discouraged
Two pubs serving good food and ales one mile away via public footpaths.
Well-behaved dogs on leads welcome.
Stereos discouraged and shouldn't ever interfere with anyone else's enjoyment.
Seasonal organic salad, veg and eggs often available.
Logs £5 a sack. You can bring your own if it is natural untreated wood: no paint, glues, nails etc that will pollute your air or our soil. Sorry but for a variety of reasons you are NOT allowed to forage for wood on or near our site.
We are dedicated to managing our little piece of heaven with the natural environment and ecological sustainability very much in mind. We follow organic and permaculture principles and have planted over 5000 trees in the last few years to create new woodland and encourage wildlife and biodiversity.
If you can do your bit whilst here by committing to carefully use the recycling facilities we provide and by respecting the peace and beauty of the local natural environment we look forward to welcoming you. If not, there may be other sites more suited to you.
We have some more out of the way corners of our site, accessible by foot, that may suit you if your are looking for more of a "wild camping" atmosphere. Please ask/specify if this is of interest to you.
Adults £6 per night; children 5 to 12 yrs £3 per night; under 5's free. Dogs £2, Cars£2
Good local walks, and close to High Peak Trail, Tissington Trail and Carsington Water off-road family-friendly cycle trails.
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Good local walks, and close to High Peak Trail and Tissington Trail traffic-free family-friendly cycle trails.
Carsington Water 2 miles away, complete with visitor centre, rowing boat, canoe and bike hire, 8 mile circular walk/traffic free cycle track, cafes, and plenty of kids entertainments.
Two pubs within one mile, both serving excellent food and real ales.
All the beauty and interest of the Peak District National Park on the doorstep.
We can be a bit tricky to find and most SatNavs send people WRONGLY to Stoney Lane in Hognaston so PLEASE PLEASE do take note of what follows to save yourself time and frustration.
"Berry Wood Farm" has a flag correctly positioned on Google Maps so we strongly recommend you do a print-off from this that catches the local detail.
Half a mile to the northeast of KNIVETON on the B5035 is a tiny staggered crossroads. Take the turn virtually OPPOSITE the sign for 'Standlow Farm', down a lane marked as "Unsuitable For Vehicles" (a blatant lie!). After a few hundred metres you will see signs for Berry Wood Farm.
Make sure you bring the below numbers with you in case you need help
07762 831023, 01335 343499, 07552604609