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|Edale, Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom, S33 7ZD|
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|Cooper’s Camp and Caravan Site is located in the centre of the Peak District National Park in the small hamlet of Edale, marking the beginning of the Pennine Way, the starting point being at the rear of the camp and caravan park.|
Total number of pitches 135 including 15 pitches for touring caravans and 1 static caravan and bungalow for hire
A clean well maintained shower block with 8 hot showers.
261m above sea level
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Large open fields, all on a slope. Not allowed to choose your own pitch or van orientation. Placed in rows a bit like a carpark even though there was plenty of open space on the rest of the site. Very basic functional facilities, which haven’t been updated in decades. Paying 20p for a shower is outdated The beautiful geographical location should not be an excuse for a lack of investment. It would be useful for the owners to visit other campsites to see the facilities on offer for £16 a night without EHU. Good points-cafe and small shop on site open every day. Chippy and pizza open Fri & Sat. Short walk to two pubs,another cafe & Edale train station. Great walks & stunning views around.View all reviews by chucka
Lovely spot, 2 great pubs within 5 mins walk.View all reviews by lyndon999
Basic but clean facilities.
£16 for the night, hard standing(ish), no ehu, basic is the word but did the job.Nice view, Nags Head pub 2 minute walk, 20p for showers. Working farm so a bit of tractor noise. Pub is good, real fire, nice food, good cider. Kept her highness happy.View all reviews by granthume
A basic campsite near to the Old Nags Head Pub and the start of the Pennine way which gives access to Kinder Scout via Jacobs’s ladder. The site is mostly laid to grass and if it’s wet you may need to go onto plates provided by the farmer. There is a dated shower and toilet block, washing up facilities and fresh water and electric hook ups. It gives great access to some of the best walking in Derbyshire .Not far from Edale train station or bus routes if you want to use it as a base to explore.View all reviews by dextron16
Always a favourite! Facilities are not great! But go for the most fantastic views, the pub across the road, the walking and most of all the quiet!View all reviews by cadgeburgess17
Great location in the beautiful village of Edale, some fantastic walks up onto the hills, quite steep though! The site itself is on a hill so you need levelling blocks, but it is clean and friendly, the farmer is an older chap who doesn't stand fools, which was good fun to watch. Good local pubs with decent food. Great scenery.View all reviews by timmob
Marmite site, love or hate it. Be prepared to go back to the sixties. The owner is a bit dour but likes a chat.There was only 1 hardstanding last time we visited, I doubt if that has changed. Toilets extremely primitive. The walking is great on Kinder Scout for the energetic, and there are 2 good pubs nearby. I like it there, being a hiker, but to be honest, it's probably best for younger tent campers.The location is beautiful and one of the best. Edale gets very busy at weekends, all year roundView all reviews by petemgw