Poolsbrook Country Park Caravan and Motorhome Club Site
England, Heart of England, Derbyshire, Chesterfield
- +44 1246 470659
- All Year
Alan Rogers Review
You will be delighted by Poolsbrook Country Park Caravan and Motorhome Club site situated at the heart of the 165-acre Poolsbrook Country Park, it was previously the location of an active colliery. The land has now been magnificently transformed into an extensive country park, including a children's adventure play area, visitor centre, cafe for refreshments and many well stocked lakes for fishing. There are also many trails to explore, be it by foot, by cycle or with your dog, with the added bonus that the caravan park adjoins the Trans-Pennine Trail. The site has 85 hardstanding pitches including 13 all services. They all have electricity 16 amp.
Poolsbrook Country Park Site uses a number of sustainable resource and energy features, making it an appealing destination for the environmentally aware concerned with kindness to our planet. 85 pitches all with 16amp electricity hook-up, 13 serviced pitches. The caravan site is also just 2 miles south of Staveley town centre, where you can absorb the area's industrial heritage. The entire area offers the opportunity to observe the interesting local wildlife - it is rich with a large variety of birds and animals. Easily accessible and conveniently located from the M1 motorway, the site is conveniently placed for stopover visits.
A single, central, heated toilet block provides baby changing facilities. BBQs allowed, charcoal, gas, electric. Disabled toilet and shower room. Baby & Toddler bathroom. Dishwashing area. Laundry. Motorhome Service Point. Small shop. Information room. Wi-Fi good, all site (charged). TV reception booster system. Twin axle caravans accepted. Pets allowed. Dog walk adjacent. Calor Gas sales. No tents allowed. Late-night arrivals area. Security barrier. Defibrillator. Children's play area adjacent. Bus stop 500 metres. Train station 5 miles. Morrisons 1 mile. No arrivals before 12 noon. Maximum outfit length 9 metres.
The Campsite Says...“ ”
From South: leave the M1 at junction 29a. At the roundabout take the third exit (signposted M1 North, Staveley, A6192). At the second roundabout go straight on to the road signposted Staveley, A6192. In about 1.5 miles turn left immediately past the second colliery wheel into Meadows Drive and turn left again into Pavilion Drive. The Site entrance is on the right in about 200 yards. Beware of large speed hump. From North: leave the M1 at junction 29a. At the roundabout turn right (third exit), pass under the motorway and at the next roundabout turn right (fourth exit) signposted M1 North, Staveley. At the next roundabout go straight on (signposted Staveley). In about 1.5 mile turn left immediately past the second colliery wheel into Meadows Drive and turn left again into Pavilion Drive. The Site entrance is on the right in about 200 yards Beware of large speed hump.Link to campsite location map on google
Decimal Degrees (DD)
Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N53 15 28||W1 21 7|