30+ Campsites in Bakewell, Peak District from £6.95 p/n 2024
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Camping in Bakewell, Derbyshire

The quaint town of Bakewell, sitting on the banks of the River Wye, is one of the most popular destinations in the Peak District National Park. Campsites in Bakewell offer the ideal base to enjoy the finest Derbyshire attractions, including brilliant walking trails, stately homes, and plenty of family fun. View all our campsites near Bakewell and all the things to do in the area below.

Bakewell camping FAQs

What are the most popular campsites in Bakewell?
Our Bakewell Club Site is ideally situated for exploring all popular Peak District attractions. The site itself is beautifully peaceful, offering a real retreat after a day off-site.
Last Modified: 12 Apr 2023
Which campsites in Bakewell are open all year?
To discover campsites which remain open year-round near Bakewell, you can search on Siteseeker and filter by “Open all year”.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Are there any adult only campsites near Bakewell?
If you search our campsites in Derbyshire and filter by “Adults Only”, you’ll see 10+ adult-only campsites within the area. These may be member-exclusive sites, which are available to everyone who signs up for Club membership.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Can you go wild camping in Derbyshire and the Peak District?
The rules around wild camping in the Peak District are complex. For more information, check out our wild camping guide.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Are there any dog friendly campsites near Bakewell?
Yes! All of our Club Sites (including Bakewell) accept dogs. You’ll often find our sites have facilities dedicated to campers bringing along their four legged friend so make sure you have a look at what’s on offer prior to booking.
Last Modified: 28 Apr 2023
Are there any glamping sites near Bakewell?

Yes, you can find camping pods at our Hayfield Club Site and Crowden Club Site.

Last Modified: 31 Jan 2024

Things to see and do while camping near Bakewell

Camping within the boundaries of the Peak District National Park gives you a wide variety of things to do, from visiting brilliant family-friendly attractions to appreciating the wonderful landscape at your own pace. We’ve listed our pick of the best things to do in and near Bakewell below.

Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House is one of the most popular attractions in Derbyshire, with something to entertain everyone. There are over 30 rooms to explore inside the house, wonderfully maintained gardens to explore outside, and a working farmyard with animals and a woodland playground for little ones.

The Old Original Bakewell Pudding Shop

If when you think Bakewell, you think “tart”, stop right there. The Bakewell Pudding Shop is where the Bakewell pudding, which pre-dates the Bakewell Tart, was accidentally created and we can confirm that it’s well worth a try.

Monsal Trail

Walkers looking to camp anywhere in the Peak District should take note of the Monsal Trail. Running through some of the areas most spectacular dales, the Monsal Trail is a traffic free route for everyone to enjoy, including wheelchair users!

Haddon Hall

Another must-see for anyone camping near Bakewell is Haddon Hall. Its not hard to see why it’s a favourite amongst filmmakers, with it’s towering stone walls covered in climbing ivy and gorgeous gardens providing the perfect place for a relaxing stroll.

Bakewell Old House Museum

Discover the past of Bakewell and the famous inhabitants of the wonderful Tudor building at the Bakewell Old House Museum. See artefacts from the Tudor period and learn about how Richard Arkwright used the residence as a mill workers’ cottage.

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