Campsites near us
These sites are all within 10 miles of us at Greenacres, so set up and collection is free for these sites. If you would like to find other sites, the UK Campsites search page is a good place to start, or just let us know where you fancy going. Once you let us know we will be in touch with details of the costs.
This site is just up the road from us in Denstone. it describes itself as "a small, award winning, family run campsite just outside Alton in Staffordshire with glorious views over rolling countryside and the Weaver Hills and yet within easy reach of Alton Towers, the Peak District, the Staffordshire Way and the world famous Potteries. We are ideally located for adrenalin filled days at Alton Towers (2 miles), great walking and cycling from the gate, brilliant pubs and of course the Peak District National Park just 20 minutes away. It has 30 well spaced pitches (17 Hard Standing, 4 Super Grass and 9 Grass) all with electric hook-up and stunning views over the Churnet Valley."
This site is close to Denstone, in the lovely village of Marston Montgomery, and has its own herd of Japanese Sika deer! Its website says "Manor Grounds campsite is a certified Camping & Caravanning Club site and can accommodate up to 5 caravans/motorhomes and 10 tents. Our spacious Ashbourne campsite offers grass pitches with electric hook ups. New members are always welcome and membership can be arranged for you on site. The Campsite is situated on the edge of the village of Marston Montgomery, nestled amongst beautiful Derbyshire countryside.
The campsite lies within easy reach of the Peak District National Park making it the perfect base from which to explore the area. The Tissington Trail starts in Ashbourne and is one of several traffic free and family friendly walk and cycle trails in the area. Carsington Water is also a short drive with walking and cycling routes, an adventure playground, bird watching and water based sports. The Dove and Manifold Valleys are also nearby and Alton Towers is only a 15 minute drive, making this a wonderful location for enjoyment and also relaxation.
Bassettwood farm is on the edge of the picturesque village of Tissington in the Heart of the Derbyshire Dales and Peak District. Tissington is close to the market towns of Ashbourne (see also, the annual Ashbourne Shrovetide Football), Bakewell, the popular village of Alstonefield, Dovedale and the annual Dovedale Arts Festival, Ilam, Milldale, Hartington, Carsington Water (ideal for fishing and sailing) and the Manifold Valley. Tissington is famed for its Hall, the home of the Fitzherbert family and is the regular backdrop for many period dramas and films and the village hosts itsspectacular Tissington well dressings annually in May.
Overton Farm is a family, working farm in picturesque landscape overlooking Peak District Hills. Beautifully quiet yet just a few miles from Alton Towers. Friendly, helpful owners to ensure the perfect stay. The site is set in 2 acres of pasture on on a gently sloping site.
Broomhill has been described by a visitors as "agreat little site with friendly and helpful owners, on a working farm in the middle of the countryside. The field is well kept and resembles a bowling green", and "a lovely site which I would certainly return to. Very friendly welcome and helpful family. This is a small site with lovely views across open fields, we enjoyed watching the cows, calves and hens".
Common End Farm is close to Dovedale and Ashbourne, and is a small site on the edge of the Peak District. Visitors said "this is the best site I have been to for many years. The site wardens were absolutely lovely and made us feel like family. Everything was immaculately clean and well maintained".
This is an adults only site, set in 10 acres of natural woodland within the grounds of the Snelston Hall estate near Ashbourne. One visitor said "the peace and quiet was wonderful, brilliantly sited and cared for with a high degree of privacy. All we could hear was birdsong, didn't notice road noise or anything else. A warm and friendly welcome".
Quarry Walk Park is a quiet, secluded site of woodland, grass and heather has a variety of woodland trails within its 46-acre boundary with beautiful scenery and an abundance of wildlife.
Wood Farm offers a multitude of activities for both young and old, from Camping, Archaeology. Woodland Walk, Bird Watching, Converted Barn Venue (which holds approx 500 people), to Paranormal Research. There are also the animals that you will normally find on a farm including Sheep, Cows, Hens etc as well as the unusual from Crested Newts to Rare Breed Baggots Goats which were introduced in 2010. Steeped in history, the farm's foundations date back to 1373 when allegedly it was used as a Lay Brother's Chapel (connected to Croxden Abbey) before becoming a working farm. Findings from various archaeological digs on site have found arefacts from all eras from late Mesolitic upwards. The site is also within close proximity to public houses including The Blacksmiths Inn in Alton and The Peakstones Inn in Threapwood (0.5 mile from Alton)
This is a quiet, relaxed family-run site on part of a working farm. The farm has Freisan, Holstein and Montebeliard herd and followers, with a smaller beef herd of Aberdeen Angus and Limousine cattle. The 5 spacious pitches are all on gravel hard standing with their own individual electric hook up points.