Monday, 09, Sep 2013 11:34
Lying in the heart of walkingcountry on the Pennine Way, the Crowden campsite is ideal for anyone eager to explore the Dark Peak region. Arguably the highlight is the Longendale Trail, which passes a variety of stunning reservoirs and natural beauty spots. Meanwhile the Moor Fun by Bike cycle route from Tintwhistle to Hadfield remains a popular activity and the nearby Holmfirth is worth a visit if only to see the setting for the BBC series Last of the Summer Wine.
A total of 45 hard and grass standing pitches are available with electrical hook-ups only provided on certain hard standing sites. Gas cylinder refills and battery charging facilities are also available alongside washing machine and dishwasher facilities. There are showers and toilets on site along with backpacker facilities. Pets are also welcome.
Open from 29 March to 5 November, the caravan park has nightly fees ranging between £4.40 to £7.15 for adults and £2.60 to £2.75 for children, while members can acquire special family deals varying from £14.65 to £18.35 per night depending on the season. Pitches cost £7.10 a night for non-members, while Club Service Pitches cost £3.75 each per night.