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Contact the county office to make an enquiry or to make a booking at Pax Hoh.

T: 01773 748151

Mon-Fri 09:00-16:00


Site Fees 2024

Derbyshire Guiding Groups

Camping Equipped £7.00 per person per night

Camping Unequipped £5.00 per person per night

Non Guiding Groups 

Camping Equipped £8.00 per person per night

Camping Unequipped £6.00 per person per night 

Day Visitors attending camps

£1.00 per person per day

Meeting Sessions

09:00-13:00 £12.00 per session 

13:00-18:00 £12.00 per session 

18:00-22:00 £12.00 per session 

Bookings covering two sessions incurs a double charge

Pax Hoh Campsite is situated in the southern end of the Peak National Park at Hulland Ward, four miles from the town of Ashbourne which has a selection of supermarkets, shops a swimming pool and leisure centre.

The 2 acre self contained field provides a safe environment for upto 60 campers.

Facilities include:

A purpose brick built toilet block with showers

Full disabled facilities featuring a separate combined toilet, shower wet room. Payphone.

Electricity in the toilet block for hot water for sinks and showers (this is provided free.) Fridge/large fridge freezer.

A wooden building containing tables and benches so that is could be used for craft activities, or wet weather shelter, there's also a range of games and other resources kept in there for you to use if you wish.

Outside are a set of pioneering poles.

On site car park

Campers may cook on gas or open fires, fire tables and alter fire stands are provided together with a wood pile for fuel. For other entertainment there is also a camp fire circle.

Pax Hoh offers equipped camping for up to 60 campers for an extra £2.00 per person per night.

Equipped includes the following - Tentage, cooking utensils, gas burners, water boilers etc. for 60 campers.

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Things to do nearby...

The site is in walking distance of Carsington Reservoir at approx 2.9 miles. Around the Reservoir there are way-marked nature trails, cycle track, bird watching hides and picnic areas. There is also a great visitor and education centre, shops, cafes and adventure playground with ample parking. Carsington Reservoir also has a large water sports centre with qualified instructors offering canoeing, sailing, windsurfing and rafting. It also has a cycle hire centre attached.

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Further afield (easily assessible) are the below attractions:

Crich Tramway Museum - Find out more by clicking

Alton Towers - Find out more by clicking

Chatsworth House - Find out more by clicking

Midland Railway Centre - Find out more by clicking

You can find out about place places to visit more by clicking

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