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Allow adventure and romanticism back into your life in the snug simplicity of a Derbyshire Peak District Yurt surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the Peak District National Park. The perfect place for camping, walking holidays, cycling, rambling, pony trekking and other outdoor pursuits in Derbyshire.

Depending on the season, Peak District Yurts are pitched on wide ledges on the eastern hillside at Rivendale Caravan and Leisure Park with panoramic views overlooking Eaton and Alsop Dales or within the camping field with the benefit of an electric hook up - offering the best of camping in Derbyshire.
 
Rivendale enjoys a fantastic location in the heart of the White Peak area of the Peak District National Park, so-called because of the spectacular white limestone cliffs, caves and pinnacles that characterise the area. The most dramatic of these are found in the Dove Dale gorge, the upper end of which is only about a 11/2 mile walk from the Yurts.

The stepping stones at Dove dale
 

The stepping stones at the lower end of Dove Dale.

The campsite is open all year, including Xmas and New Year except for a period from the Sunday after New Year until the first friday in february. With the warmth of a blazing wood-burning stove and a luxurious under-floor heated shower building, Yurt Holidays are the ideal way to relax, get back to nature and simplify life - if only for a weekend break.

Walk into Mill Dale. Peak District Yurts - ideal for walking holidays.

Walk into Mill Dale directly from the campsite.

In a Peak District Yurt you can enjoy being surrounded by the wild, beautiful scenery of the Derbyshire Peak District with superb facilities within 500m of your tent pitch. The Prancing Pony Pub and Stables Cafe offer tasty meals, snacks, coffee, wine and ale with WiFi facilities to better discover the area (or stay in touch with your emails if you must!). After a strenuous walk into Dove Dale, what could be better than a hearty meal next to a blazing log fire?