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Rue Hill Carvan and Camping Park

Rue Hill Caravan and Camping Park

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Lorant House Cauldon Lowe Stoke on Trent Staffordshire st10 3ey

phone:01538 308718
phone:07932 472997

email:info@ruehillcaravansite.com
Season:1st March - 31st October

Caravan Park Details

Rue Hill is a family friendly camping and caravan park, set in a stunning, peaceful, 8 acre rural location. Situated just 3 miles from Alton Towers, and 8 miles from the market town of Ashbourne, known as the gateway to the Peak District National Park. Rue Hill is an ideal base from which to explore the many attractions of Staffordshire and Derbyshire.The area is rich in history and natural beauty and has much to offer visitors: ramblers, climbers, steam buffs, canal boaters and roller coaster enthusiasts are all catered for

attractions and directions

Turn left off the A52 (Ashbourne - Leek) signposted Leek.
In aprox. 4.5 miles continue left on A52 (signposted Stoke.)
In aprox. 2.5 miles turn left onto B5417 (signposted Okamoor, Alton Towers)
Site on left in 200yds.


Alton Towers Resort is the UK's leading short break resort, offering as it does an unrivalled selection of attractions for the whole family to enjoy together. There's something for the everyone, with tons of terrific rides, amazing live shows, and weird and wonderful costume characters. The Alton Towers Waterpark is a heated oasis of fun for all the family, and is available to everyone. This Caribbean lagoon is open all year round.

Dovedale is the gateway to the South Peak District National Park. Owned by the National Trust, Dovedale is a dramatic limestone ravine famous for its stunning scenery, wildlife and the much-loved stepping stones which cross the River Dove - itself famous as a favourite haunt of Isaac Walton, author of 'The Complete Angler'

The Manifold Valley and Cycle trail winds its way through some of the most spectacular scenery in the Peak District National Park. The trail for both cycling and walking closely follows the rivers Manifold and Hamps, and runs from Waterhouses to Hulme End, a distance of 9 miles. The trail uses the route of the disused Leek and Manifold Valley Light Railway and it is a very even route with no gradients and is surfaced throughout its length, so it is ideally suited for walking, cycling, wheelchair users, buggies, prams or people with limited mobility

 

Caravan Park Features

  • Picnic Area
  • Childrens Playground
  • Families welcomed
  • Rallies Allowed
  • Pets Allowed onsite
 

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