Relax and unwind at the Peak District's Buxton Caravan Club Site
23 May 2012
Working in a busy town or city with barely a second to down
tools can take its toll, which is why an escape to the country is
such an attractive prospect.
Buxton Caravan Club Site is one of the UK's top destinations for
enjoying some peace and quiet away from home and work. The
Derbyshire-based facility is based within a short distance of the
Peak District, meaning that stunning countryside views are on offer
everywhere you look.
You are also close enough to modern comforts, with the town of
Buxton not far away. Here you can unwind in the Pavilion Gardens
which are home to 23 acres of beautiful scenery, while the Opera
House is a must-visit and it recently played host to the Cirque Du
If you are looking to get out and about on foot then the Peak
District is the ideal destination, with rolling landscapes and
flowing rivers providing a quintessential British countryside
You can get active with ranger-guided walks, which will aim to
pass on some knowledge of the local surroundings. The more daring
could try rock climbing and caving, while fell running is available
for the fitness enthusiasts.
Chatsworth House is one of Britain's favourite historic houses and
features fine art, spectacular fountains and a children's farm. The
Heights of Abraham is based in Matlock Bath and takes you on a
cable car journey which provides stunning views of the Derwent
Keen golfers will also be able to get out and test their skills,
with courses within five miles of the camp site.
Buxton Caravan Club Site is open between March 23rd and November
5th this year. It has proved popular among our members, picking up
a four-star rating.
In total there are 117 pitches, with 112 of these being
hardstanding. All facilities that you would expect from modern
caravan sites are to be found here, including parent, baby and
toddler washrooms, laundry services and Wi-Fi internet access.