Beech Croft Farm Caravan Park & Campsite can be found in a beautiful part of the Peak District National Park, in the small hamlet of Blackwell in the Peak near Buxton, Derbyshire. We are a great base for those who want to escape the busy hustle and bustle of city life.
Whether you are looking for a long holiday or a short break, we look forward to welcoming you. Touring caravans, motor caravans and family tents are all welcome, we also have 30 hard standing caravan pitches which all include 16 amp electric hook ups, water tap and TV socket providing a digital signal. The three camping areas with 10amp electric hookups available on prepayment card system.
Our site is well maintained and we offer:
Campers cabin (dry shelter with microwave & hot drinks vending machine).
Heated toilet and shower block with hair dryer sockets in ladies and electric shaver points in gents.
Free hot showers.
Motorhome ‘drive over’ grey water disposal point.
Full disabled facilities available (radar key needed).
Wi-Fi internet access.
A small on site shop selling basic provisions and local produce.
New for 2021, Daisies Coffee Shop, serving breakfasts, lunches, coffees and cakes.
Dogs are welcome on site and we have a dog exercise area. There is also a boot, dog and bike wash should you get muddy.
Visitors to our caravan park and campsite will never be short of things to do during their stay. The area offers a wealth of historic houses, delightful villages, busy market towns and a wide range of beautiful scenery within easy reach. The villages which nestle in the hollows of the Peak District National Park are numerous and well worth a visit. Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Calke Abbey, Hardwick Hall, Lyme Hall and Kedleston Hall are all just a short drive away whilst the site is centrally located to visit Buxton, Bakewell, Castleton, Matlock, Ashbourne and Leek – each have something individual to offer. The Spa Town of Buxton has beautiful Victorian and Edwardian buildings, a fine park, indoor shopping centre and a range of antiques and collectors fairs. Bakewell is, of course, home of the Bakewell Pudding and well worth exploring. Castleton takes its name from Peveril Castle, which dominates the village. There are a number of Caves to visit and the village is famous for its unique blue stone.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: Please see website.
4 Star Visit England Gold Award.
4 AA Gold Award.
David Bellamy Gold Conservation Award.
Open during winter season for touring caravans and motor homes.