Derbyshire Hills Campsite is a peaceful base to enjoy the natural beauty of the Derbyshire Hills and Dales. For the more energetic there are many spectacular walks ranging from an easy riverside stroll through to the more challenging hill walks in the surrounding areas.
The campsite is fairly level and set in a quiet location deep in the Derbyshire countryside, surrounded by beautiful views looking over to the woods and hills.
Grindlow neighbours many small and beautiful villages including, Great Hucklow, Foolow, Eyam , Monsal Head and Tideswell
There are many local places to eat which are very welcoming, offer meals at reasonable prices and cater for different dietary requirements. The Bulls Head in Foolow is the local dog friendly pub.
Camping at Derbyshire Hills Campsite is an ideal starting point for walking, biking, hiking and gliding . We welcome motorhomes, campervans and tents .
This is a small family run campsite in a quiet location.
THINGS TO DO
The Peak District, known for its stunning landscapes and rich history, offers a plethora of attractions within easy driving distance. Here's a brief overview of each place of interest:
Castleton and its Caverns: This charming village is famous for its beautiful show caverns, including Peak Cavern and Blue John Cavern.
Peveril Castle: Overlooking Castleton, this Norman castle offers a glimpse into medieval England.
Chatsworth House: Known as 'The Palace of the Peak', this stately home is set in expansive parklands, with an impressive farm shop.
Haddon Hall: A well-preserved 12th-century fortified medieval manor house, showcasing medieval and Tudor architecture.
Tideswell: Home to the 'Cathedral of the Peak', a large and ornate parish church.
Spa Town of Buxton: Renowned for its natural spring water and Georgian architecture.
Chesterfield: Famous for its Crooked Spire church, a unique architectural feature.
Bakewell & Bakewell Show: A picturesque market town, known for the Bakewell Pudding and its annual show.
Hope: A village in the Hope Valley, offering scenic views and walks.
Eyam - the Plague Village: Known for its tragic history during the 1665 plague, with sites like the Plague Cottage and Monpesson Well.
Derwent Water Dams: Famous for the 'Dambusters' WWII operation.
Gullivers Kingdom: A family-friendly theme park in Matlock Bath.
The Derbyshire & Lancashire Gliding Club: Offers gliding experiences over the beautiful landscape.
The Barrel Inn at Bretton: Known for its panoramic views.
Monsal Head and Dale: Offers some of the best views in the Peak District.
Crich Tramway Museum: Showcases a collection of British trams.
Matlock Bath: Known for its illuminations, canoeing, and raft racing.
Bagshaw Cavern: A notable show cave in Bradwell.
Carsington Water: A man-made reservoir with leisure activities.
Rother Valley Country Park: Offers lakes, cycle hire, and water sports.
Alton Towers: A popular theme park with thrilling rides.
Edale: The start of the Pennine Way, leading up to Scotland.
Kinder Scout: The highest peak in the area, offering challenging hikes.
Mam Tor: Also known as 'The Shivering Mountain'.
Winnats Pass: A spectacular limestone gorge.
Local Festivals: Including carnivals, well dressings, and fell races.
Outdoor Activities: Like rock climbing, potholing, caving, and hang gliding.
Red House Carriage Museum: Showcases historic carriages in Darley Dale.
Peak Rail: Offers steam train rides through the countryside.
Little John’s Grave: Located in Hathersage Churchyard.
Steeple Grange Light Railway: A narrow-gauge railway offering scenic rides.
Buxton Opera House: Known for its rich program of arts and entertainment.
Tissington Trail: Ideal for walking and cycling.
Farmers Markets: A showcase of local produce and crafts.