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Lovely Yorkshire or Derbyshire campsites anyone?

(7 Posts)
yellowgladys Sat 06-Aug-16 10:56:11

Looking for somewhere that's good for kids, not too cramped, decent loos/showers, lovely scenery would be a bonus, but otherwise open to ideas.

VeganCow Sat 06-Aug-16 14:24:57

Rivendale in Ashbourne. Kids will love it, plenty of walks on the doorstep, there are paths through the campsite if they want to take their scooters (mine were too old for that but we saw a few doing it). Walk along the River Dove and they can play in it, its beautiful.

NannyR Sat 06-Aug-16 14:37:41

I love catgill campsite at Bolton abbey in the Yorkshire dales, but only out of season. I've been a couple of times late june/early July and during the week there are only a handful of tents on site. It's a nice big field, lobely views, clean facility block and very peaceful. It gets much busier and noisier at weekends though and I've never been in the school holidays.

CatherineDeB Sat 06-Aug-16 15:41:19

Heber Farm, Buckden. Lovely scenery, shower/loo across a road in the village though.

Field Head or Upper Booth in the Peaks are both good. Upper Booth bigger than Field Head.

Serenity Campsite near Whitby is very nice.

Bay Ness Farm near Robin Hoods Bay also nice.

yellowgladys Sat 06-Aug-16 17:42:56

Thank you, these sound amazing

storminabuttercup Tue 09-Aug-16 15:14:40

St. Helens In the park near Pickering is nice, great kids play area and close to the coast

Unescorted Tue 09-Aug-16 20:50:44

Hayfield, in Derbyshire. Great hills, village itself is a short walk - has family firendly pubs, shops and a really firendly library. If the weather is really rubbish it is close enough to cities to go for the day.

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