Crowden Camping and Caravanning Club Site
In the heart of walking country, the site is at the end of a challenging stretch of the Pennine Way with incredible views of the Peak District National Park. A perfect site for walkers in the Dark Peak region of the Peak District National Park
In the heart of walking country, our Crowden Club Site is at the end of a challenging stretch of the Pennine Way with incredible views of the Peak District National Park – you might even spot falcons, eagles and red kites. Crowden is the perfect site for walkers in the Dark Peak region of the Peak District National Park, and a popular route is the Longendale Trail on the old Woodhead railway line, which passes several reservoirs and is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. There are plenty of places to visit too. Holmfirth, the famous location for the BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine, has several tearooms, while Castleton in the Hope Valley is home to several fascinating caverns. The cosmopolitan attractions, sights, shopping, eating and entertainment options of Manchester, Liverpool and Sheffield are all less than an hour’s drive away. Non-members welcome.
- Visa/Mastercard/Switch accepted
- Children welcome
- Chemical toilet disposal facilities
- Dish washing facilities
- Drinking water
- Electric hookup
- Flush toilets (with lighting)
- Gas cylinder exchange or refill
- Hard standing
- Heated shower block
- Hot water
- Lighting throughout park
- Motor homes
- Parking space next to pitch
- Showers available
- Touring caravans
- Dogs Accepted
- Dogs/pets accepted by arrangement
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