me and my boyfriend (22 & 21) went to Greenhills campsite over the bank holiday weekend in August, the facilities were great. Hot showers which were cleaned regularly ( yes they did get muddy floors around busy periods.. But what do you expect?!! But was cleaned very quickly) there was a free hair dryer in the shower block.
There were plenty of sinks for washing up with hot water and a freezer which was handy to re freeze your ice blocks.
There was a handy little shed that had lots of leaflets in for local attractions, the complex housed a very small shop very basic! But Bakewell is a 10-15 ,minute walk or 2 minute drive away where there are local shops to get everything you need.
There was also a small bar, quite expensive compared to my local but no major difference and Bakewell pubs are just as if not more expensive. But the atmosphere makes it worth it!
It poured down on the fri and sat however the ground stayed firm on the campsite. Easy to drive off and off.
I would definitely return!!!! We LOVED Bakewell and rode on our bikes to tisslington down the tisslington trail and visited and very nice sweet shop called Edward & Vintage a must see!
I would advice taking your own alcohol and you'll have a brilliant weekend!
As for kids waking you up early ... We was up before most kids at 8-9am yes they could be loud at night but its all part of camping.
Ps. We had pitch 18 it was on a slope not great but we got over it.
This site is in the best location by far!!!!!! Next to Bakewell and not far from fantastic neighbouring villages
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Family run holiday park located in Bakewell, Derbyshire. We cater for touring and camping, with or without electric hook up. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Greenhills Holiday Park Peak District National Park/Ashford-In-The-Water, UK