Derbyshire has some of the most beautiful countryside in England and there are many well-run sites in beautiful locations to pitch your tent or caravan.
So if a summer vacation is on the cards, take a look at these great places where you can reconnect with nature and sleep under the stars.
Campers can enjoy spectacular views of the hills or stroll along the hiking trails. This adults-only tent, caravan and motorhome campsite is one mile from two pubs, while shops, cafes and restaurants can be found in the nearby village of Tideswell. Bike rental, fishing and horse riding near the campsite. To book, visit www.pitchup.com/campsites/England/Central/Derbyshire/Buxton/lane-end-farm
Burrs Manor is a great place for walking and cycling trips. The site is three miles from the start of the Monsal Trail, where you can rent bikes or explore the old railway line on foot or on horseback, and within a 10-minute drive of the High Peak Trail and Tissington Trail. Stay active on site with a game of footgolf (book in advance) or just relax in the peace and quiet of the countryside. To book, visit www.pitchup.com/campsites/England/Central/Derbyshire/Buxton/burrs_farm/
This homecoming campsite offers grass pitches for tents and motorhomes, as well as a two-bedroom bunkhouse in Millers Dale. Facilities include an on-farm store, rental of a fireplace, a toilet block, showers and a drying room. Bike rental and cycle paths, golf and indoor swimming pool and several pubs can be found within a radius of five kilometers. To book, go to https://www.pitchup.com/campsites/England/Central/Derbyshire/Buxton/beltonville_farm/
This is the first National Trust campsite in the Peak District and offers 40 tent pitches, five motorhome pitches and a camping barn that can accommodate ten people. There is a small on-site shop that sells everything adventurous campers need, from maps and compasses to bug spray and sunscreen. To book, go to www.nationaltrust.org.uk/holidays/upper-booth-farm-campsite