Peak District, East Midlands

Bakewell Club Site

Contact Details

Address
Bakewell Camping and Caravanning Club Site
Bakewell
Youlgreave
Derbyshire
DE45 1NA
Tel 01629 636555
Web www.campingandcaravanningclub.co.uk/bakewell

Tuesday, 03, Sep 2013 04:09

The Bakewell Club Site represents the ideal spot for anyone looking to escape the humdrum of urban life. With the campsite far from any towns, visitors are invited to enjoy the abundance of natural wonders found on walks across the region, with numerous nature reserves nearby. Alternatively, the town of Bakewell is just five miles from the site, with regular buses heading there. Here, visitors can partake in a thriving market every Monday and the Old House Museum which details 500 years of regional history.

Mablethorpe is a large site with a mix of 100 grass and hardstanding pitches available. Wi-Fi connectivity and gas cylinder refills are available, though there are no toilet or shower facilities on site. Pitches come with or without electricity and pets are welcome, with a designated dog walking area set out.

Open between March and November, prices for adults range from £3.40 to £4.60, while prices vary from £1.80 to £2.05 throughout the year for children. Members' family deals are also available along with an age concession rate which is available in the mid and low seasons. There is a non-member fee of £7.10 per pitch per night throughout the year.

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