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Upper Booth in Derbyshire

Upper Booth Campsite is situated on a working farm on the National Trust's High Peak estate in the Peak District National Park. The site nestles in the western end of Edale alongside Crowden Brook as it tumbles down from the Kinder plateau.

Upper Booth Campsite and camping barn make an ideal base for walkers to explore the hills and moors of the High Peak. Indeed the Pennine Way actually passes through the Upper Booth Farmyard. The walks in this area of the Dark Peak originating from Upper Booth vary from leisurely valley bottom strolls to the more challenging routes onto the moorland of the Kinder Plateau via Crowden Clough or Jacob's Ladder.

We are pleased to be listed in "Cool Camping" ~ 40 exceptional campsites.

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I have stayed at this site many times over the past 15 years and continue to do so. Facilities are limited but at time of writing, a new shower block is being constructed between the two camping fields. The top field is quite uneven but there are quite a few decent pitches along the top and the sides. The bottom field gently slopes, (no cars allowed on here)
Food is available from the farm and during the summer months (weekends) a kitchen cafe opens at the farm entrance.
The road leading to the farm is single track and winding, so approach with care. Also when making your way through the yard to the camping field the track is very rough and low sprung cars can easily bottom out.
easy access to the kinder area. nearest pub/cafe,shop is in Edale village. 20 minute walk across the fields.
2011 tariff is £4 pppn.
owners are Robert and Sarah helliwell (nice folk)
DerbyDog (15th Aug 2011)