Peak District holiday park
If you are looking for peace and relaxation, fun and adventure or the ideal base to explore this beautiful region, Ashbourne Heights has it all.
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We have a great choice of self-catering accommodation available for you to choose from, including our holiday caravans. Our 2 and 3 bedroom caravans are a new addition to our park and have proved a popular choice. Sleeping 6-8 people, each caravan has plenty of space, separate bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and shower room, plus double-glazing and heating to keep you cosy.
Touring & Camping
Bring your touring caravan and enjoy a relaxing stay at our Derbyshire caravan park! We’ve got a huge range of grass, hard-standing and electric/non-electric pitches for you to choose from. We’ve even got en-suite pitches, boasting their own private shower and toilet.
Whether you’re touring, camping, glamping or staying in one of our modern caravans or luxury holiday lodges, you can make the most of the facilities at our Peak District holiday park.
- Farmhouse Bar & Coffee Lounge
- Indoor heated pool
- Outdoor play areas
- Convenience shop
* Please note, some facilities may be restricted due to Government guidelines.
Discover the beautiful Peak District
An area of great diversity and outstanding natural beauty, the Peak District National Park covers a vast landscape of some 555 square miles. If you love walking, cycling or hiking, there are few better places to visit.
The popular Tissington Trail also sits at the entrance to our park, so you can get on your bike an explore this 13-mile traffic-free trail which follows the former Buxton to Ashbourne railway. Local attractions include the famous Alton Towers Theme Park and Heights of Abraham while nearby towns of Ashbourne, Tideswell and Bakewell are certainly worth a visit.