The Royal Oak camping grounds are situated to the rear of the pub. The picturesque campsite has 19 pitches on two levels with direct access to the Tissington and High Peak Trail. Access to the camping field is via a standard five bar gate. The campsite has toilets & hot showers and there are also washing up facilities.
We offer designated pitches which are marked out so that you know you have a specific space for both your tent and car. A standard pitch is 6 metres x 8 metres and a large pitch is 8 metres x 10 metres. You can also upgrade to a super pitch which is 12x8m/16x6m and includes a picnic bench and fire pit for your private use.
Please note we have no hardstanding or electric hook-ups and we cannot accept motorhomes.
We do not permit marquees or gazebos on site.
Our prices start from £15 per tent per night. For an accurate quote & price please use the booking link at the top of the page.
Feel free to contact our fabulous campsite managers with any questions or queries, just email them at email@example.com
The Royal Oak is situated in a prime position for walking, cycling and exploring the Peak District.
From the bottom of our campsite grounds you can hop onto the High Peak Trail where you can head towards Parsley Hay and the trail splits into the very popular High Peak and Tissington Trails.
At Parsley Hay you will discover Parsley Hay Cycle Hire. Here you can hire a range of bikes including adult bikes, children's bikes and even tandems! Groups of 10+ can pre-book in advance by calling.
A short distance from The Royal Oak is the endearing village of Monyash. From the village you can follow part of the scenic Limestone Way , through the pretty valley of Lathkill Dale. This loop is approximately 4 miles long and graded 'easy' so suitable for most.
A well-loved visitor destination in close proximity is Hartington. You can experience your very own taste of Hartington by purchasing Derbyshire-made cheese from The Old Cheese Shop or purchasing a sampler of one of the cask ales produced by Whim Ales at Hartington Village Stores. After enjoying your treats at the picturesque duck pond, you could venture out on a wander through the tranquil Biggin Dale on a beautiful riverside walk.
For those looking for a more challenging route with steep inclines and descents, approximately 2.5 miles from The Royal Oak you can find Earl Sterndale whereby you can begin a circular walk for Chrome Hill & Parkhouse Hill.
The Royal Oak has external bike racks, a fantastic beer garden and all muddy boots, paws and wheels are welcome!