Peak District Holiday Parks
Country lodges, camping, touring & glamping parks - Peak District
Holiday parks in the Peak District are in very high demand throughout the year, popular for trekking and mountain biking, The Peak District may be classified as one national park, but it has two contrasting personalities. In the northern part you’ll find the wild and wonderful Dark Peak, where wide open spaces are punctuated by clumps of unkempt heather, gloopy bogs and outcrops of black granite –the latter whipped into exotic shapes by centuries of wind and rain. It’s the kind of place where you expect to see a Victorian horseman clad in a black cape racing across the horizon. After a day walking and exploring you will really appreciate a Holiday Home with a lovely Hot Tub to rest those weary legs.
Across the Peak District, there are many interesting villages to explore and easily accessible as a day trip from your holiday park, including....
Discover Poole’s Cavern, Buxton’s Hidden Wonder. Take a Journey beneath the earth with our expert guides, explore the vast Limestone caverns and see how crystal Stalactites and Stalagmites have lined the chambers over millions of years. Back above ground explore the beautiful country park woodlands and complete your day with a stroll to Grin Low and Solomon’s Temple viewpoint with superb views of the Peak District. Or for a more extreme experience try GO APE high wire tree top adventure.
Alton Towers Resort
Alton Towers Resort is Britain’s Greatest Escape and home to the UK’s favourite theme park with endless family fun and ground-breaking rollercoasters, fabulous hotels, splash-tastic waterpark, extraordinary golf and superb spa.
Chatsworth is probably at the top of any list of places to visit in Derbyshire, and once the delights of its House and Gardens have been explored, the estate villages of Edensor, Beeley, Pilsley and Calton Lees, and nearby Baslow, all offer alternative places to eat and drink, interesting architecture and churches to explore. Edensor is possibly the most perfect example of an estate village that was rebuilt for the Chatsworth estate workers in 1839 and lies in the midst of one of Derbyshire’s most precious landscapes.