About Shallow Grange

We are situated between the spa town of Buxton and the market town of Bakewell, an ideal location for discovering the Peak District.

Shallow Grange is set away from the main road and sits amidst 110 acres of grassy farmland and rolling hills in the heart of the Peak National Park.

There are lots of unspoilt walks within easy access, some straight from the farm. A Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), Back Dale, forms the northern boundary of the farm and The High Peak, Tissington & Monsal Trails are all very close.

There is so much to do in the Derbyshire Dales. Once you have booked your stay, you can think about how to relax during your break. Take your choice of cycling by heather covered moors, walking through rocky valleys or visiting picturesque villages nearby, climbing, caving, hang-gliding, fishing, sailing, canoeing, riding and trekking.

We are predominantly a working farm, so if you are expecting a site with a bar, a games room, a shop, a children's playground, and a swimming pool, then this is probably not the place for you.

To camp here is to be in noble company! There is well documented evidence showing battalions of the famous Sherwood Foresters using Shallow Grange as their summer camp at the beginning of the last century.

We're featured in the Sunday Times 20 Best British Campsites 2017:

Source: Sunday Times, Travel Supplement, 16th April 2017.