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Welcome to Ballidon Moor Farm

Ballidon Moor Farm dates back to the 18th century and is set in a fantastic location, nestled in the Peak District hills between Ashbourne and Bakewell.

Arrivals after 1pm and depart by 11am please

We are a small family run campsite with ten hook-up’s and two glamping pods. It is easy access, fairly level with plenty of space. We allow tents, caravans, motorhome and trailer tents. There are four toilets and two showers which are in a porta cabin. It’s basic but clean, with an outside sink with cold water, fresh water tap and chemical waste disposal.

Away from the hustle and bustle of life, come and relax in the beautiful surroundings of the Peak District countryside.

Soak up the spectacular views of the rolling hills of the Peak District and enjoy the peace and quiet. Or, if you are more active why not explore the treasures of the Peak District? There are many wonderful trails and footpaths to explore, miles of cycling, a runners and walkers paradise 3k, 5k, 10k, and more.

There are many fabulous places to visit including Carsington Reservoir, Dovedale, Chatsworth House, Crich Tramway Village, Heights of Abraham and many more.

We allow BBQ’s and Camp Fires they must be off the ground and supervised at all times.

We do not allow twin axle caravans, sign written vans or large gas bottles on our site.


You can watch the animals grazing around the fields next to the campsite. 

We have two alpacas, Ted and Jethro who might be around to say hello.

There’s plenty of open space on the campsite. We also allow BBQ’s as long as they are off the ground and supervised at all times.

We accommodate parties of up to three units and always try and put you all together. Many of our campers who book the pods like to come in a family or group, so we can arrange to put the caravans/tents next to the pods to keep everyone together.

We have just installed a brand new cycle shed, so your bicycles will be safe.

So why not come and experience the open countryside, where there’s no light, air or noise pollution – just the stars glistening, fresh air and the sounds of the countryside wildlife.

We allow well behaved dogs, a maximum of two per unit and they must be kept on leads at all times. Any dogs which cause noise or nuisance to other camper or animals will no be tolerated and the party will be asked to leave.

We have a low noise policy, no music or loud noise after 10 pm. Arrivals are after 1.00pm please pull on the campsite and walk up to the farmhouse and pay (cash only) before you pitch, unless priory arrangements have been made with Vicki, departures are by 11.00am.

We are open from Easter to the beginning of September.