Upper Booth Farm CampsiteEdale, Hope Valley, Derbyshire, S33 7ZJ
About Upper Booth Farm CampsiteNestling at the western end of Edale in the stunning Peak District National Park, this wonderful, family friendly campsite is a brilliant base for walkers and outdoor lovers to explore the area.
Down a narrow, winding lane you’ll find this simple, small but perfectly-formed campsite. You’ll love the location too, sitting alongside Crowden Clough as it tumbles down from the Kinder plateau with jaw-dropping views all around. It makes a brilliant base for exploring the beautiful Hope Valley and the High Peak Moors.
Sitting right on the Pennine Way (which passes through Upper Booth farmyard) this campsite is open seasonally (this year late April to November). The pitches are spread across two fields, the upper field has pitches all around the perimeter and allows a car near or alongside your tent (depending on ground conditions). It is also home to a handfull of grass campervan pitches.In the lower field, you’ll get a grass pitch, but you’ll need to pop your car in a nearby parking area, not alongside your tent. There is a shower and toilet block at the centre of the campsite with a washing up area outside of it.
You’re sure to find the perfect spot to soak up those incredible Peak District views. Even better, your four legged friends are welcome to join in with your adventures too, with two dogs allowed per pitch.
This site is all about the outdoors, from the views that you’ll wake up to every morning to the sensitively managed campsite. Walkers will love being on the Pennine Way and whether you’re a fan of gentle strolls through the valley, or keen to challenge yourself by heading onto the Kinder Plateau or Jacob’s Ladder then you’ll be spoiled for choice. A short walk (approx. 1.5 miles) will also take you across fields to the local pubs The Rambler and The Old Nags Head or the Penny Pot cafe in Edale, great for filling up after a ramble.
Further afield, you could explore the wonderful Chatsworth House and gardens (which also has a farmyard and adventure playground that’s wonderful for younger visitors) or the stylish spa town of Buxton, where you can wander the streets, stop for a bite to eat or nip into the myriad independent shops. The wonderful Lyme Park is great fun to explore with its parkland and medieval deer herd, gardens, cycle trail, and the Crow Wood playscape. Cake fans also shouldn’t miss a trip to Bakewell, for obvious reasons. If caves are more your thing than cake, then Castleton has four amazing caverns that you can discover. When you stay with us at our campsites, funds from your holiday go back into looking after special landscapes and places like this for everyone.
Features and facilities
- Showers available
- Toilets available
- Washing-up area available
- BBQ available