Blackshaw Moor Caravan Club Site
Leek, Staffordshire, ST13 8TWView on map
Why stay here ...
An attractive, level and terraced site with spacious pitches and a recently refurbished toilet block, Blackshaw Moor Club Site is situated on the quieter, southern edge of the Peak District, offering some of the most scenic views and walks in the region. This is an ideal caravan site for families visiting Staffordshire, and those who long to enjoy the beautiful Peak District without the crowds - here you can fully take advantage of some of the most dramatic views and enjoyable walking routes that the area has to offer.
Tittesworth Reservoir and Nature Reserve is just a short walk away from Blackshaw Moor Club Site, and the town of Leek with its splendid Victorian buildings, cobbled streets and selection of mill shops is a convenient 3 miles away. The area also boasts an adventure playground and a sensory garden for the blind and partially sighted. With the caravan site being only a 20 minute drive from Buxton, Bakewell and Hartington, you will be well placed while staying here for a visit to the world famous Wedgwood Potteries. For an action packed family day out, Alton Towers theme park is close by.
From Buxton on A53: the site is on the left in about 9 miles (180mtrs past Blackshaw Moor sign). From Leek on A53: the site is on the right within 3 miles (0.25 miles past Three Horseshoes public house). Barrier to site closes at 20:00, so please arrive before this time.
- ST13 8TW
- Lat 53.13864 / Lon -1.98503
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- Bus stop within 1 mile
- Buses go to: Leek and Buxton
- Daily public Transport within 1 mile
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Having had my weeks holiday cancelled at Wirral Club site due to being put in Tier 3. I booked Blackshaw Moor site as a second choice. Being my first stay on the site I kept a open mind, The check in was very smooth but there were many caravan and Motorhomes waiting; would seem people are still turning up 45 minutes before the check in opens at 1pm. The site to my surprise was below half full when i arrived, large selection of pitches to pick from. To avoid the road noise i picked to stay at the top tier of the site away from the road, unfortunatly the farmer who owns the land around the side uses the area behind the hedge for his friends to use off road motor bikes that made a awful noise most days. I moved to the middle tier and the pitch was a little small but near a service point. Still could hear the noise. Not a lot the site can do about that seeing as its off site. The site has two toilet blocks, but only one open. The first 3 nights were not a problem but at the start of the children half term the site became full and having only one toilet block open was not too great on a morning, having to wait to use the site facility. For dog owners there is a rather nice dog walk with nice open views of the country side. The site is located in a nice area, almost all things you need to drive too, there are many shops and supermarkets in Leek. There is a pub 5 minutes walk from the site but with the COVID situation I did not go to the pub. Being end of October I maybe did not see the site at its best, the warden told me he is leaving and will not be there next year so I'm sure there will be changes next year. If you like to watch TV using a coax aerial you can receive 125 tv channels I would only go back to this site as a last resort, i did not like the noise on site.
Site contact details
- 01538 300203