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Visitor Reviews - Hayfield Camping And Caravanning Club Site

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Hayfield Camping And Caravanning Club Site
Kinder Road
Hayfield
High Peak
Derbyshire   (Browse area)
SK22 2LE   See Map                                 Share Google Plus  Tweet This!  Share on Facebook
Tel: 01663 745394

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Open: 31 Mar - 06 Nov

Rating: Average Review Score: 9/10 from 126 Reviews
              9/10 from 126 Reviews


Units accepted:    Tents  No Caravans  Motorhomes  Glamping 

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Date of Visit: August 2017 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: Happiecamp 3 reviews from this member

Another fab trip to hayfield.

Staff cant do enough and we had a really nice time, facilities have been kept well over the years and remain spotless. Booked to go back next week as nice and local to us :-)

Nothing bad to report :-)

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Fonsi 3 reviews from this member

We love this site and normally visit at least twice a year with our 8 and 4 year grandchildren, plus the dog! We try to arrange the visits to coincide with the May Queen parade in the spring and the country fair in the new autumn. It's an easy 15 minute walk along the beautiful river valley into the village, the grandkids love it as there's a wonderful children's play area on route, so a 15 minute walk normally takes an hour and a half. There are numerous walks from the site up to Kinder Scout, one day we'll get the little ones all the way up, but a 6 hour round walk is still beyond 4 year old legs!

We have always found the wardens most pleasant and helpful, while the facilities may not be the most modern, it has very thing you might need and is always clean. A real jem of a location.

Date of Visit: May 2017 Unit:  Tent Rating:
Reviewer: LBBK 32 reviews from this member

First Hayfield village - the streets are narrow with much on-road parking. There are five pubs, sorry we didn't try any of them, a general store, post office, pharmacy and chippy. It is about a mile from the actual campsite which is further up the steep sided valley.

Secondly, the site: we had a friendly welcome. Apparently it is often quiet in the week but full over weekends. Reception sold the basics. The toilet block was new and clean but would probably struggle to cope with sheer numbers if the site was full. There is a very small children's play area but this is really a site for adults walking or cycling in the north west Peak District, particularly Kinder Scout. However don't expect a complete rural paradise - you are under the flight path to Manchester airport! Planes come over about every 15 mins but, thankfully, there seemed to be very night flights.

There are two camping fields. Not sure who gets allocated to which. One side has tarmac roads for the motorhome hardstandings and camping pods with some grass pitches. The other side is a large grass meadow with a gravel track and the pre-pitched tents. There are only a handful of electric hooks on this side. A backpackers cabin with a drying room and an undercover cooking area is a welcome addition. I suspect this field could get swampy and midge infested in warm, wet weather.

Date of Visit: September 2016 Unit:  Motorhome Rating:
Reviewer: Sheffield Davs 13 reviews from this member

A superbly located site and well run by friendly wardens.

The site is on the edge of Hayfield and about a mile walk, much of it along a riverside path. The Sportsman pub is 300 yards away, does very good pub food and has well kept Thwaites beers. It is very child and dog friendly.

The site is bisected by a path that takes you up to the lower reaches of Kinder and is absolutely blessed with brilliant walking on the doorstep. Hayfield is in a steep sided valley with a number of great hills for walking. There is also the flat Sett Valley trail to New Mills. This is approx 3 miles from Hayfield (4 from the site) along an old railway line.

Access to the site is through narrow streets in Hayfield, hence the no caravan rule. We have a small motorhome and had no problem but larger motorhomes may struggle getting through the village.

The single toilet block is clean, modern and heated.

Date of Visit: June 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Currycampers 16 reviews from this member

Another great visit to the C+C site at Hayfield. As always the staff were really friendly and helpful. The site is immaculate and it's obvious a lot of effort goes into keeping it that way. Hayfield itself is only a 10 minute walk away down a easy path. Nice pubs and the chippy is good. We had our pre-walking curry delivered from Glossop as the restaurant in the village has long gone. We're empty-nesters now but if you have young kids there is a small play area on site and a great playground a short wander down the path in the village. The site location is perfect for walkers as it's situated next to the meeting point of the Mass Trespass and a good range of routes for those that want a grind up to Kinder and Bleaklow or a wander around the local hills. No caravans can access the site as the road leading to it is too narrow and winding so do take care, especially if you're in a sizeable motorhome. We are in a 6m Boxer and it's a case of crossed fingers there's nothing coming the other way in parts. Can't wait to get back for a good stomp around the plateau and a lovely site!

Date of Visit: May 2016 Unit:  Campervan Rating:
Reviewer: Wood8305 4 reviews from this member

After many years camping/caravanning and now campervaning this was the first time on a 'Camping and Caravanning' owned site. What a fabulous site, set next to a lovely little stream, (Midges, o well ! Better in the top field to keep away from them. ) and within walking distance of the local charming village, 15 mins, Village store, Chippy, 4 pubs all serving good food, local cricket to watch in the sun, brilliant. Lovely spot to have a restful, peaceful few days. Walking round about was a plenty with lots of info at the camp shop, maps etc. The wardens were great, very helpful and there if you need them, but in the background not in your face. The facilities were spot on, clean, neat n tidy and the site was full so well done site team. Small on site shop for icecream n bits. Overall a little gem of a site and well worth a visit, don't forget NO CARAVANS though.

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