Middlehills Farm is close to the towns of Bakewell and Matlock. It is a well established, family run site to which visitors return year after year to enjoy the relaxed friendly atmosphere. It is well placed for visiting many of the local attractions, and the owners, Nick and Liz Lomas, are happy to provide local information. This secluded, 7.5-acre park is located on a family run former working farm within the Peak District National Park and comprises three separate, gently sloping fields – one with electric hook up points. Some 90 grass pitches include ten with electricity (16A). There are some pigs, ponies and chickens. The chickens are free roaming, so dogs must be kept on a lead at all times.
The park’s location makes it well placed for exploring the picturesque villages, bustling market towns and the many attractions of the Peak District. It is ideal for both walking and cycling holidays. Open fires are allowed as long as they are in fire pits and raised off the ground. The site is not lit so bring a torch. No young groups are allowed, no generators and no noise after 11 pm. Family groups are welcome.