On Site Activities
The site offers the following on site activities and amenities
The Camp Providore is located at the left end of the farmhouse.
It stocks a wide range of sweets, minerals, souvenirs, miscellaneous
camping items and other rarely used knick-knacks
A Payphone is situated in the centre of The Rover Den and is
marked accordingly on the door. The phone is only equipped for
the making of outgoing calls and has the same facilities as most
public payphones found elsewhere.
St George's Camp Chapel was officially opened and dedicated
in 1966 by Reverend Craven of Buxton. Situated behind The Cottage,
it is unique in that it is an open air chapel and is ideal for
all types of services.
Orienteering courses of varying difficulties are set out within
the Camping ground boundaries. Originally mapped out by Business
and Leisure students from Buxton's High Peak College, the orienteering
course is ideal for passing a couple of hours away whilst learning
We have a selection of pioneering poles available. If you wish
to use them please let a member of the camp staff know where you
will be using them and an idea of how long for, in case other
groups request their use. Ropes are not provided with the poles.