Camping in the Hope Valley offers a holiday experience that simply cannot be matched for adventure and fun! There can be nothing better than sleeping under the stars and awakening to the truly awesome sight of the peaks and troughs of the region which have offered shelter and refuge for many communities over thousands of years.
Campsites in Hope Valley offer you a front row view of this dramatic landscape. You can pitch your tent or park your caravan in Hope Valley during the warmer months (and the colder ones if you're brave enough!) and look forward to hearing many of the stories this region has to tell whilst you huddle around the warmth of the campfire and enjoy a truly unforgettable holiday in Hope Valley.
Camping in the Hope Valley
|UPPER BOOTH FARM AND CAMPSITE
Winner of the 2008 Farmers Weekly/Environment Agency Countryside Farmer of the Year 2008
This campsite is on a working farm in the National Trust's High Peak Estate.
The famous Pennine Way passes through the farmyard, making this campsite popular with walkers.
The farm is part of DEFRAs North Peak Environmentally Sensitive Area. Two Sites of Special Scientific Interest are found on the farm.
|Upper Booth Farm & Campsite
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|SWALLOWHOLME CAMPING & CARAVAN PARK
Resting at the bottom of Bamford, in the shadow of the magnificent Bamford Edge, Swallowholme Campsite is the ideal base for those wishing to explore the Hope Valley and the delights of Hope Woodlands and the Derwent Valley, including the breathtaking views around the historic Ladybower Reservoir.
Bamford is the only remaining village of the original Upper Derwent Valley. The villages of Ashopton and Derwent were flooded to create the reserviors. Above Ladybower lies a plaque marking the location of Birchinlee (known as Tin Town), which was the temporary home of the workers building the reservoirs.
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