For visitors to the Peak District who want self-catering but not just a tent in a lonely field, an isolated cottage in the hills or a static caravan down on the farm, then Peak District Holiday Parks are the answer.
If you think you may tire of touring, ache from cycling and walking miles in the countryside and only have a limited budget to spend on visitor attractions but need to amuse and occupy the kids, then look through our list of Peak District Holiday Parks below. Play areas come as standard but you will see that some Peak District Holiday Parks can offer adventure playgrounds, swimming pools and games rooms. That should keep them quiet for at least a few hours!
For adults there are also health and fitness centres or spa, sauna and beauty therapies available – some Peak District Holiday Parks offer better facilities than a top class hotel!
Whilst staying at a Peak District Holiday Park you will not be surrounded by ‘red coats’ or occupy cramped little chalets. Instead your temporary holiday home is more likely to be a log cabin or luxury static caravan surrounded by woodland walks, nature trails and breath-taking Peak District scenery. Furnished to a high standard they offer ‘home from home’ comfort. Some Peak District Holiday Parks include a site shop, laundrette and restaurant facilities and there are always plenty of good country pubs to choose from in the area for that all important night out.
Child friendly and often pet friendly, Holiday Parks are packed with fun and superbly located to access a wide range of visitor attractions, activity centres, things to do and places to see.
Stay at a Peak District Holiday Park and you suddenly have new neighbours to get to know and fellow holidaymakers to chat to – why not share your experiences and make new friends. So, savour the experience of a Peak District Holiday Park Adventure and take home memories to treasure.