Explore the Peak District National Park from our Club Site at Bakewell. A real away-from-it-all site, its lack of a toilet and shower block makes it the perfect place for peace-loving campers - even in high season.
The town of Bakewell is just over five miles from the site. It is accessible by bus. There is a thriving market held on Monday, or visit the Old House Museum. An arts festival is held in August.
An old railway track between Bakewell and Buxton is now the Monsal Trail for cyclists and walkers.
There are several Nature Reserves to explore in the area.
Haddon Hall is an unspoilt, fortified medieval and Tudor manor house with terraced rose gardens.
Buxton is known for its spa water and annual festival.
Crich Tramway Village is home to the National Tramway Museum.
Toys of Yesteryear is a museum and toyshop that holds vintage toy demonstrations regularly.
The Heights of Abraham includes a cable car above the Derwent Valley and guided tours around the famous Show Caverns.
The Arbor Low stone circle is a Neolithic henge monument atmospherically set in high moorland.
Youlgreave is the nearest village to site.
A mile away, it has a Post Office, two butchers and three pubs.
The limited facilities at this site - there is no toilet or shower block - mean that it is one of the most peaceful sites in the Club's network, even during the school holidays.
Visit The Club website for a detailed pdf location map.
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