Leek Camping and Caravanning Club Site is situated on the edge of the beautiful Peak District National Park, and offers excellent access both to miles of countryside and outdoor activities as well as being a short distance from the town of Leek itself as well as the sprawling Greater Manchester area.
Our park is open throughout the year, too, meaning you and the family, and even your pets, can come and stay with us whenever you want to escape whatever is going on in your life and enjoy a break in a peaceful surround. You’ll find everything you need for a comfortable stay on our site, including Wi-Fi internet, electricity hook-ups, and facilities for completing laundry, washing up, and disposing of chemical waste. There’s loads of open space and a play area for the kids, too, so there’s always something to do for people of all tastes.
The Peak District National Park demands exploration given its location close to the park. Whether you want to find a gentle walking route or explore the southern peaks of the Pennines, there is something there for everyone. You can also go cycling and horse riding throughout the National Park, with waterways open to anglers looking for a relaxing day by the river or lake.
Speaking of lakes, close to Leek Camping and Caravanning Club Site you’ll find Tittesworth Reservoir, which has an adventure playground, activities for the whole family, and even a site running barbecues during the summer season enabling you to relax and be refreshed at all times.
The town of Leek has an alluring mix of old and new, including a pedestrianized shopping centre that you can easily spend a day exploring. The famous Alton Towers theme park is a short drive from our park, with rides for all ages whether you want to stay on the ground or don’t mind hanging upside down while travelling at speed.
A trip to the south will take you into the Potteries, home to several museums, art galleries, and even factories that are open for visitors to explore, while those who want to enjoy the scenery of the local area in luxurious surroundings should take a trip on the Foxfield Railway.
Leek Camping and Caravanning Club Site is a perfect gateway to the beauty of the Peak District as well as to the diverse areas of Staffordshire, Derbyshire, and Greater Manchester; there’s always something for the whole family to discover!
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The town of Leek has many interesting buildings and a new, pedestrianised shopping centre.
Foxfield Railway runs steam trains through five-and-a-half miles of north Staffordshire – a superb way to enjoy the area’s most beautiful scenery.
There are several museums, galleries and factories to explore in the Potteries, like Moorcroft in Stoke on Trent, which includes a factory tour.
Hire a bike to take the scenic Manifold cycle track. It follows the route of the former Leek and Manifold light railway.
Alton Towers is a theme park for all ages. It has many shows, rides and gardens along with a Caribbean lagoon-style Waterpark.
The spectacular Chatsworth House, with its garden, farmyard and adventure playground is worth a visit.
Speedwell Cavern is one of the Peak District’s amazing caves. Visitors can explore it by boat.
Blackbrook Zoological Park has a large and varied collection of some of the most rare and endangered species in the world.
Cheddleton Flint Mill used to grind flint for the pottery industry.
Nearby Tittesworth reservoir has an adventure playground, barbecue area and footpaths around the water.
Rudyard Lake has a miniature, narrow gauge steam railway.
Fly-fishing is available locally.
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derbyshire 27 May 2008
we have been to this site many times, and always recieve a warm welcome, and made to feel like nothing is too much trouble, it is kept spotless and clean, a real little gem in the staffordshire moorlands.