Small Campervan - Pied flycatcher field

UK England East Midlands Derbyshire Hathersage North Lees

  • Sleeps 5 (max 5 adults, 4 children)
This campervan pitch provides a flat place to park your campervan away from the main parking areas. This spot is located besides a lovely holly bush towards the top of our driveway. It can accommodate vans up to 5m long. Please note there is no electric hook up.

The Owner Says

North Lees Campsite is located in a sheltered valley, 1.5 miles north of Hathersage and is within a short walking distance of Stanage Edge.

The campsite is an ideal base for those seeking quiet recreation in beautiful surroundings and for visitors wishing to explore the wider Peak District. The nearby woodlands, farmland and moorland are managed for conservation and form part of Stanage-North Lees, which is owned by the Peak District National Park Authority.

The site comprises of three gently sloping fields, and the car parking spaces are separate from the camping area. The site is ideally suited to small tents and there is limited space on site for large tents. We regret that we cannot safely accommodate mega domes and tents larger than 5 metres in length.

The site does not provide hard standing or electric hook-ups for camper vans or motor homes. Anyone sleeping in a vehicle on site must park in one of the car parking spaces and will be charged per person and per vehicle. The car parking areas are not suitable for motor homes.

Facilities on site include:

  • Flush toilets
  • Wash hand basins with hot water
  • Three showers
  • A disabled/family shower/toilet/washroom
  • Washing up point with hot water
  • Drying room
  • Car park for campsite users
We do not allow open fires or barbeques

About North Lees

Suitable For

Tents, groups, dogs (on leads) - yes.  No Unsupervised under 18's - and No Caravans. Only very limited space for small (VW size) campervans with no electric hook-up. Large group bookings please contact site directly - Duke of Edinburgh are available by contacting the campsite directly.


Take a gliding lesson or a trial glide with the Derbyshire and Lancashire Gliding Club (01298 871270) at Camphill. Or head to Hathersage and splash around in the large heated outdoor pool (01433 650 843). Situated just north of Hathersage, Stanage Edge is a popular place for rock climbers and walkers with sweeping views of the Dark Peak moorlands and the Hope Valley. The surrounding area is a stronghold for Ring ouzels and the moorland is protected internationally, owing to the presence of threatened upland birds including the Merlin and the Golden plover. The gritstone edge spans approximately 4 miles and was recently featured in the film Pride & Prejudice. North Lees is a cyclists dream of a campsite: there are plenty of accessible on/off-road routes from Sheffield, including exciting mountain bike descent of Stanage Edge. For the latest events in the area click here. All campers receive a 10% discount on National Park Authority cycle hire.

Food & Drink

The Scotsmans Pack (01433 650 253) has a new selection of micro-brew ales every month, with local fish and meat on its menu. The tucked-away Little John Inn (01433 650 225) down the road in Hathersage also offers local micro-brew ales and decent pub fare in its wood-panelled interior.
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Rated ★★★★★ over 71 reviews


Excellent Site

Brilliantly located within walking distance to Hathersage village. Right on the doorstep to stanage edge and robin hoods cave. The campsite had good facilities with clean toilets and hot showers. Will definitely stop over again.
Jan 17, 2022 by Ryan Verified Review

Love me some North Lees campsite

Friendly and helpful team at the reception - the facilities are kept clean and the hot water doesn't fail. The campsite is conveniently located for those who don't have a car: a short walk to Stanedge, Hathersage and the Scotsman Pack Inn - great way to wrap up the evening after a full day spent outside. Our go-to when going to the Peak District and highly recommendable to anyone who is keen to explore the beauty of the area.
Nov 1, 2021 by Jk Verified Review

Shame about the attitude of other guests

This is my first stay in a pod but I have camped a lot here before. The pod was lovely, it had lighting, a heater and plug to charge my phone. I didn’t get an email with the code number to get the pod key and I had to chase it, after driving 2 hours the office wasn’t open and I wasn’t tall enough to see the key safe so another guest had to help me! The pod was warm and comfortable and in the morning I opened the door to get some fresh air. The rest of the pods were occupied by a large group and I looked up only to see a child staring into my pod. It gave me a shock because I was undressed and low and behold his father came to look for him and also had a good old gawp in at me! How rude and disrespectful. The group were also noisy and the kids were running around banging into the pod, taking pictures and just totally out of control. The other downside was the amount of young woman spending upwards of 30 minutes each in the shower. By the time the shower was free there was no hot water. Although this isn’t the fault of the site I feel they should restrict large groups, this isn’t the first time I’ve been kept awake with rowdy large entitled idiots and it’s not fair on those looking for peace and quiet.


I had a lovely stay here at north lees. I came camping alone and I felt very safe and welcome here. I found a lovely pub a 20 min walk away which did lovely food. I would stay here again in a flash!

Beautiful, quiet, perfect

I couldn’t recommend staying at North Lees more. It’s a quiet, beautiful campsite with everything I needed, clean toilets, shower etc. You can easily walk to Hathersage and Stanage so easily and I will 100% definitely be returning
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North Lees is located at Birley Lane, Hathersage, Hope Valley, Derbyshire S32 1DY

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Getting There

Take the A6187 eastbound toward Hathersage. After about 2 miles, turn left up Jagger Lane and then left up Coggers Lane. Watch out for the Birley Lane turn-off about 2 miles on your right. The site is about 1 mile on the left. Please do not try using a SatNav. Get the train or bus to Hathersage and it’s approximately a 30-minute walk up to the campsite. Call in advance for detailed directions.