This unusual park has been developed in the bowl of a hill quarry which was last worked over 50 years ago. The steep quarry walls shelter three sides with marvellous views over the Peak District National Park countryside to the south. Near the entrance to the park is a renovated stone building which houses reception, shop, bar and a café/restaurant. Nearby are 102 level and landscaped pitches, mostly of a generous size with 16A electricity and a mix of hardstanding and grass. In two separate fields and a copse there is provision for 50 tents and that area includes a fishing lake. All the touring pitches are within easy reach of the central stone-built toilet block which is in keeping with the environment and provided with underfloor heating.
A new lodge-style heated toilet block is at the entrance to the tent fields. to rent on the park are B&B rooms, camping pods, lodges and yurts. The park takes up about 11 acres and a further 26 acres belong to the owners, with certain parts suitable for walking – a must to appreciate the Derbyshire countryside with its dry stone walls and wild flowers, as well as a little more of the quarry history. The park is situated almost on the Tissington Trail for walking or off-road cycling and links with the High Peak and Monsal Dale trails. Other spectacular walks and cycle rides run along the Manifold, Wye and Dove valleys.