Castleton Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, Peak District, Derbyshire, Castleton
- +44 1433 620636
- All Year
Alan Rogers Review
Castleton Caravan and Motorhome Club site is situated within a bowl at the heart of the Peak National Park and boasts beautiful views. The site is ideally suited for all interests and seasons, with each pitch being all-weather and local shops open all year round. The Christmas period is particularly spectacular, with town streets awash with festive lights and late night shopping for those last minute treats. There are a variety of pubs to choose from in the local village as well. The site has 92 hardstanding pitches including 12 serviced pitches. All have 16 amp electricity.
Castleton Club Site has easy access to all kinds of fun outdoor activities for the family to enjoy, such as rock climbing, potholing, biking and horse riding. The area offers endless lovely landscapes to stroll in at your leisure, including the dramatic Winnatt's Pass, Mam Tor and Ladybower Reservoir. The village of Castleton, dominated by the ruins of William the Conqueror's Peveril Castle from which it gets its name, is a convenient half a mile away. It is hard to imagine another site that can offer such a selection of natural and historical features. All in all, the entire area promises an unforgettable holiday getaway.
A single toilet block provides toilets, showers and wash basins. Facility for visitors who are disabled. Family washroom. Laundry. Dish washing area. Gas sales. Motorhome service point. Chemical toilet point. No children’s play area. Small shop. BBQs allowed, charcoal, gas and electric. TV reception fair. Wi-Fi good, charged. Defibrillator. No tents allowed. Games room. Pets allowed. Dog walk. Dog wash point. Twin axle caravans accepted. Security barrier. Late-night arrivals area. Maximum unit length 9 metres. Bus stop 100 metres. Train Station 1 mile. Local stores 1.5 miles. Earliest time of arrival 1:00pm.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
Please only use these recommended directions for the final approach and not sat nav, due to unsuitable roads for towing. Winnatts Pass is unsuitable for caravans and motorhomes. From East (Chesterfield): turn onto the A619 (signposted Bakewell). In about 9 miles at the roundabout in Baslow turn right at the second exit onto the A623. In about 7 miles turn right onto B6049 (signposted Bradwell, Castleton). At the T-Junction turn left onto the A6187. The site is on the right in 2 miles. From the West: leave A6 (Chapel-en-le-Frith - Buxton) onto the A623 continue past first signpost for Castleton, at Sparrowpit (as it leads to Winnatts Pass), In about 6 miles turn left onto the B6049 (signposted Bradwell, Castleton); then as above from East.Link to campsite location map on google
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