Adult only holiday park Peak District

Enjoy a Romantic Peak District Camping Trip This Spring


During springtime, the world around us comes to life with the sound of birds chirping, flowers blooming, and trees budding. The air feels fresher, and the colours seem brighter as the winter gloom gives way to a more vibrant and livelier atmosphere. Spring is the perfect opportunity to enjoy a romantic break for two on a Peak District camping trip. Think fresh countryside walks and pub pit stops, our adults only campsite provides the perfect base to take rest after a busy day exploring the Peak District National Park. 

The rise in popularity of staycations in the UK is showing no signs of going away with an increased desire for close-to-home adventures. A study has revealed that over 50% of Brits preferred staycations to international travel in 2022 and this desire for more local travel has certainly followed through into 2023. 

Camping in April is the perfect time to discover Peak District camping with the lighter evenings and the sight of flowers beginning to bloom, what could be better? We’ve listed a few day out ideas for you to enjoy on your romantic Peak District break for two. 


Explore The Heights of Abraham 

Whilst staying at our adults only campsite in the Peak District, The Heights of Abraham is certainly worth a visit on your camping trip in April. Nestled within the breathtaking scenery of the Peak District, the Heights of Abraham is a true gem waiting to be explored. As you embark on this enchanting adventure, you'll leave the everyday behind, ascending into the skies aboard a thrilling cable car ride. Drift up the limestone cliffs and witness spectacular panoramic views of the Derwent Valley below before arriving at the summit. Here, a haven of fun and discovery awaits you, as you venture into the depths of ancient caverns, step back in time amidst historic exhibits, and relish immersive, interactive experiences. Create a truly memorable Peak District camping trip. 

Explore Chatsworth House

Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Peak District, Chatsworth House is a captivating treasure trove waiting for you to explore! Steeped in history and exquisite beauty, this stately home boasts enchanting gardens, opulent rooms, and breathtaking art collections. Delight in the awe-inspiring architecture, fascinating stories of the Cavendish family, or even unleash your inner artist while admiring the mesmerizing sculptures. The charm of Chatsworth House is irresistibly inviting, promising an unforgettable day of discovery and enchantment. 

Chatsworth House bridge and Lake

Buxton Pavilion Gardens with swans and ducks

Discover Buxton Pavilion Gardens 

Nestled in the heart of the charming spa town of Buxton lies the enchanting Pavilion Gardens. A veritable oasis of lush greenery, eye-catching floral displays, and peaceful meandering rivers, it's the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. As you wander through the stunning 23-acre Victorian parkland, you'll discover whimsical wonders such as miniature trains, an alluring boating lake, and the iconic, architecturally exquisite Bandstand.  A day spent basking in the beauty of Buxton's Pavilion Gardens is the perfect addition to your romantic break for two. 

Travel Along the Peak Rail  

Imagine embarking on an enchanting journey through the stunning landscapes of the picturesque Peak District, with the charming Peak Rail offering the perfect adventure for you. This heritage railway, lovingly preserved and operated by a dedicated team of enthusiasts, provides a magnificent opportunity for visitors to step back in time and experience the magic of classic rail travel.  With a warm and engaging atmosphere, the Peak Rail invites you to create lasting memories as you explore this breathtaking part of the world in a truly unique and unforgettable way. 

Feeling inspired and ready to book your Peak District camping trip? Check availability and book here.