Your Beech Croft Farm camping staycation

Relax and explore at Beech Croft Farm

Beech Croft Farm is a family-run caravan park and camping site located between Buxton and Bakewell in Derbyshire, an ideal base for exploring the Peak District.

Located at Blackwell in the Peak, Beech Croft Farm is surrounded by the Peak District landscape.

You can rest in the peaceful countryside or make the most of your holiday experience walking or cycling in the heart of the Peak District National Park!

Best local activities and attractions

- Best viewpoint: Monsal Head (25mins walk from the farm)

- Best river for a splash: The River Wye running through Monsal Dale and Chatsworth

- Local food and drink: The Queens Arms in Taddington, The Church Inn at Chelmorton (both 30mins walk away)

- Best outdoor activity: The Monsal Trail

- Plus loads of local walks and cycle routes!

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Your guide in the great outdoors!

Ditch the car and explore the local area on foot or by bike. Discover Blackwell and the surrounding areas using OS Maps - find, follow and plot your own adventures. Check out the series of short ‘how to’ videos to help you get started.

Beech Croft Farm will provide your 1-month’s free subscription to OS Maps

3 top routes around Beech Croft Farm

10.2km: HORSESHOE & DEEP DALES 10.4km: GHOST OF MILLERS DALE 14.4km: SUSTRANS MONSAL TRAIL

If you've not received your free 1-month access code for OS Maps, please ask at Beech Croft Farm reception.

Plus, download the free GetOutside app for family-friendly things to do outside.

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Explore responsibly

We love green open fields. We love fantastic forests. We love beautiful lakes and wandering rivers. Basically, it’s safe to say we love the Great British countryside. There's a huge range of resources to help keep our beautiful natural environment protected while you enjoy everything we have here.

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Published 10/08/2020

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