Buxton Caravan Club Site

  • 18/03/2016 to 07/11/2016
  • Open to Members & Non-members
  • Earliest arrival time 12:00


Please note that Buxton Caravan Club Site is currently only able to run at 75% capacity due to ongoing electrical issues in respect of the mains supply into the site. An upgraded electrical supply is being investigated currently by our Electricity Supplier.

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Member rating

  • 4 out of 5
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  • Grin Low Road,Ladmanlow,Buxton,Derbyshire,SK17 6UJ
  • 01298 77735

Pitches (what are these?)

  • Total pitches 117
  • Hardstanding 112
  • Tent 2
  • Max length = 9 metres

Conveniently located for easy access to the best features of the beautiful Peak District, yet nestled peacefully away in the idyllic valley floor, Buxton Caravan Club Site is the perfect location for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life whilst having easy access to modern comforts. The small, pretty town of Buxton is within walking distance of the caravan park, home to the historic Pavilion Gardens set within 23 acres of beautifully rich scenery and an abundance of restaurants and shops. There are towns to explore in all directions, including the market towns of Leek & Ashbourne.

At Buxton Caravan Club site you will be surrounded by the superb Peak District National Park - with its extensive network of cycle ways, this is the ideal destination for those keen to see the best of England's rolling landscapes, whether by bike or by foot. Hikers can relish in reaching the summit of Grin Hill where they can witness the Solomon’s Temple and spectacular views of Buxton and High Peak. If you fancy a stroll on a rainy day, a full set of splendid stately homes can be found situated near to the caravan site, all rich with local history. You will also have the opportunity to absorb the many local customs that are preserved to this day, such as the folk art of "Well Dressing" - an ancient form of flower arrangement that dates from Pagan times.

Tent camping

Buxton Caravan Club Site welcomes tent campers and has tent pitches available to both members and non-members. Pitches can be booked online or by phone - To do this and to find out further tent camping information, take a look at the Buxton tent camping page...


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27 Sep 16 - 01 Oct 16 Adult: £6.60 Child (5-17):£2.00 Pitch: £7.30
02 Oct 16 - 20 Oct 16 Adult: £5.90 Child (5-17):£1.50 Pitch: £6.70
21 Oct 16 - 29 Oct 16 Adult: £6.60 Child (5-17):£2.00 Pitch: £7.30
30 Oct 16 - 06 Nov 16 Adult: £5.90 Child (5-17):£1.50 Pitch: £6.70


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  • Parent, baby and toddler washroom facilities
  • Facilities for wheelchair and walking disabled
  • Ideal for families
  • Dog walk on site or nearby
  • Laundry facilities
  • Tent campers welcome
  • Toilet block
  • Part hard standings
  • Golf within 5 miles
  • Wi-Fi internet access

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First stop on Autumn Tour

5 out of 5

Buxton is a good clean Spa town within walking distance for early retirees and will be even better when the restorations are completed. Travel to places like Dovedale is easy. A Mallard duck joined us for our picnic there, undeterred by our dogs. Hilarious! This was our second visit this year and we will come again. This was our first stop on our way to The Trossachs. We will be visiting York, Durham and Edinburgh on the way, so watch out for updates.

Late Review

5 out of 5

We stayed here for two weeks in August, the site is very well kept and the guys and gals are most helpfull. Its a smashing site with plenty to do on the doorstep, Buxton is a nice town with lots to see and do there. The Pavilion Gardens are great this time of year. If you feel a bit peckish try The Lone Star for the best meal in town. Unlike some people I really cannot think of anything to complain about, two week s was easy to fill. Would recommend to anyone and we will be back.

Worth a Visit

5 out of 5

Thoroughly enjoyed weekend at Buxton. Site has sloping pitches as well as gravel flatter ones so had to try a few before getting properly settled.  Lots to choose from though and in an unusual, sheltered and pretty location. Had dogs with me and was delighted to find many walks next to site through woods or over the dales.  Site is quiet and friendly with friendly, patient and busy staff, they kept the site immaculate.  Great facilities, all you need and expect, maintained well and spotlessly clean.  The weather was glorious which is such a bonus.  Would recommend to friends and very happy to make a return trip.  Surrounding countryside and villages stunning and quaint, Buxton was a busy and thriving centre.

Things to do nearby


  • WalkingThere is excellent walking throughout the Peak District and circular walks in the Country Park. You can walk via the Country Park to Solomon’s Temple, Pooles Cavern in to Buxton and over the moors on to Axe Edge.

  • CyclingThe High Peak Trail is 5 miles away and there are many other trails and quiet roads in the local area. The nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 68, Derby to Glossop, part of the Pennine Cycleway.

  • Nearby Sustrans cycle routes

Local amenities

  • Town (Buxton)

  • Supermarket (The closest are Morrisons, Waitrose, Aldi and the Co-op in Buxton, about 3 miles from the site.)

  • Places of worship (C of E, Catholic, Methodist Churches and alternative worship are all in the local area.)

Attractions and events

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  • Attraction
  • Member offer
  • Poole's Cavern & Country Park

    Buxton, Derbyshire

    Distance: 0.3 miles
    Member offer

    Derbyshire's most spectacular natural showcave, has been described as "The Wonder of the Peak' since the 16th century

    Member offer
  • Go Ape! Tree Top Adventure - Buxton


    Distance: 0.4 miles
    Member offer

    Take to the trees and experience an exhilarating course of rope bridges, tarzan swings and zip slides...all set high above the forest floor.

  • The Pavilion Gardens

    Buxton, Derbyshire

    Distance: 1 miles
    Member offer

    A wonderful Grade 2 Listed Building with 23 acres of beautiful Victorian landscaped gardens, in the centre of Buxton, on the banks of the River Wye.

  • Buxton Museum & Art Gallery

    Buxton, Derbyshire

    Distance: 1 miles
    Member offer

    Opening Times Tuesday - Friday 9.30am-5.30pm. Saturday 9.30am - 5.00pm Open Sundays and Bank Holidays from Easter to end September 10.30am - 4pm

  • Buxton Pool

    Buxton, Derbyshire

    Distance: 1 miles
    Member offer

    25m pool filled with spa water from the natural spring. Facilities include creche, sun dome, activity/spectator room Swimming lessons and special sessions for 50+, 60+ and people with disabilities are available.

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  • Earliest arrival time: 12:00
  • Postcode: SK17 6UJ
  • GPS co-ordinates: Lat: 53.24511 Lon: -1.92874
  • OS ref: 119 : SK046722
  • Sites directory map number: H8
  • Plan a route to this site


    Turn left off A53 (Buxton - Leek) after passing the A537 Macclesfield Road (signposted Grin Low, Harpur Hill). In 270 metres turn left into the site road (signposted Grin Low Country Park). The site entrance is on the left in 0.25 mile. Please follow these recommended directions for the final approach carefully, due to alternative routes being unsuitable for towing. The route from Congleton on A54 is narrow and steep. An electronic barrier system is in operation.

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