Hayfield Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Derbyshire (Browse area)
SK22 2LE See Map
Tel: 01663 745394
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Open: 26th March - 2nd November
Tents No Caravans Motorhomes Glamping
If you enjoy walking, you will love our Club Site at Hayfield. At the foot of the Dark Peak area of the Peak District National Park, it is the ideal place for gentle strolls or more challenging climbs. A predominance of tents makes this a very special Site.
Known as "the gateway to Kinder", Hayfield is at the foot of the Kinder Massif, the southern-most point of the Pennine Chain.
The Peak District is famous for its walking. From Hayfield, follow the Sett Valley Trail or a take a ridge ramble up Lantern Pike.
The Blue John Cavern at Castleton holds eight varieties of Blue John Stone. The shop sells items made from the stone, hand-made by local craftsmen.
Buxton is known for its waters and the Buxton Festival in July.
Chatsworth House is set in a 1,000 acre park and recently starred in the film Pride and Prejudice.
Animal Farm is a rare breeds centre and visitors can try dry-stone walling and panning for Blue John.
Ready Camp Glamping
We have NEW glamping tents on this campsite. Our Ready Camp tents are ready for when you arrive. Walk in to a comfortable 2-bedroom haven perfect for family and friends, with cosy furnishings and little luxuries. Sleeps up to 6 people comfortably (4 adults max) with beds, sofa, dining area and kitchen. For more information please click here
Holmfirth, the setting for the BBC's Last of the Summer Wine, hosts a Folk Festival in the spring.
Dunge Valley Hidden Gardens feature rhododendrons, azaleas, magnolias, acers and the blue poppy.
Lyme Park was originally a Tudor house until the Venetian Architect Leoni turned it into an Italianate palace in the early 18th Century.
The Chestnut Centre Conservation Park is home to otters and owls.
It has an adventure playground for youngsters. Because of planning restrictions in place to protect the National Park, caravans cannot be accommodated on Site and there are no electric hook-ups.
Visit The Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
Site Location Map ( Click here to see all sites within 10 miles of this location )
Find nearest: National Trust English Heritage Fuel Pub
Nearest English Heritage Visitor Attractions
Peveril Castle - 7.21 miles from site Click here for details
Arbor Low Stone Circle and Gib Hill Barrow - 16.21 miles from site Click here for details
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